The Future of Impact Assessment: Impact Leadership, Future Generations and a Business School’s Footprint
EFMD and BSIS team bring the 2020 BSIS Virtual Symposium that aims to dig deeper into some of the strategic challenges of business schools, such as re-discovering the roots and immediate environment, ensuring the societal impact of research and how to balance the assessment of a positive impact with an evaluation of the school’s footprint.
The series of webinars take place online every Thursday and Thursday at 13 CET pm.
Our CEO, Ivo Matser will be a speaker at a webinar on "The Future of Impact Assessment: Impact Leadership, Future Generations and a Business School’s Footprint" on 12 May 2020 at 13 CET together with Dan LeClair, CEO, GBSN-Global Business School Network and Julie Perrin-Halot, Associate Dean/Director Quality, Strategy, International, GEM-Grenoble Ecole de Management.
Talking about the impact of a business school will progressively mean highlighting the institution's contribution to society and act of being socially responsible. Business schools will have to be accountable for their teaching, their research and all their activities. During the session, speakers will share their views on what impact assessment means for them, and how they see the importance of impact with the Business Schools' strategies evolving in the future.
- 100€ for the complete series
The other upcoming dates of the webinars are listed below:
23 April – Assessing the real impact of research
Tony Roche, EVP, Publishing and Strategic Relationships, Emerald Publishing, UK
Richard Whitfield, Senior Publisher, Emerald Publishing, UK
28 April – BSIS Impact Dimensions: Intellectual Impact
Alexandra Köves, Assistant Professor, Corvinus University of Budapest, Corvinus Business School, HU
Jenny Shorley, Associate Head – Research and Knowledge Exchange, Impact Lead, Manchester Metropolitan University Business School, UK
Nicolas Mottis, Professor Management of Innovation & Entrepreneurship Department, Ecole Polytechnique, FR
30 April – BSIS Impact Dimensions: Impact within the Regional Ecosystem
Roland Scherer and Kristina Zumbusch, Vice-Director, Institute of Systemic Governance and Public Management, University of St.Gallen, CH
S.N. Prasad, SDMIMD, IND
Jean-Pierre Helfer, Director of research; La Rochelle Business School, Excelia group, FR
5 May – BSIS Impact Dimensions: Societal Impact
Nimisha Singh, Assistant Professor Information Technology, Head-Centre for International Affairs, Birla Institute of Management Technology-BIMTECH, IND
Metka Tekavčič, Dean, SEB LU, School of Economics and Business, SI
Paul Beaulieu, Professor, ESG-UQÀM, CA
7 May – BSIS Impact Dimensions: Impact on the Image of the Region
Samira Hussain, Senior Tutor in Law, University of Bedfordshire Business School, UK
Debra Leighton, Professor in Management Practice, University of Bedfordshire Business School, UK
12 May – The Future of Impact Assessment: Impact Leadership, Future Generations and a Business School’s Footprint
Dan LeClair, CEO, GBSN-Global Business School Network, USA
Ivo Matser, CEO, ABIS-The Academy of Business in Society, BE
Julie Perrin-Halot, Associate Dean/Director Quality, Strategy, International, GEM-Grenoble Ecole de Management, FR