GNAM Week – Technion students can take courses in 15 countries around the world

>GNAM Week – Technion students can take courses in 15 countries around the world

Global Network Weeks (GNAM) give Technion MBA students the opportunity to pursue intensive study at another network school, in a focused mini course that leverages the perspectives, programs, and faculty expertise of that school. Alongside their counterparts from elsewhere in the network, students attend classes, tour local businesses, and meet with experts focused on current business problems.

Check out the Universities and courses in which MBA students can join this year:

Global Network Week – March 12 – 16, 2018

Yale School of Management I (New Haven, Connecticut, USA) “Behavioral Science of Management” (see schedule from March 2017)

Yale School of Management II (New Haven, Connecticut, USA) “Design and Innovation” (see video from March 2017)

Asian Institute of Management (Manila, Philippines) “Ecotourism” (see course outline from October 2017 for reference)

Business School, Renmin University of China (Beijing, China) “From ‘Made in China’ to ‘Invented in China’” (see program from March 2017)

EGADE Business School (Santa Fe, Mexico City, Mexico) “Strategic Innovation and Management in Emerging Markets – Latin America” (see program and videofrom October 2017)

FGV-EAESP (São Paulo, Brazil) “Development of a Global Mindset – Perspectives on an Emerging Market”

Hitotsubashi ICS   (Tokyo, Japan) “Innovation X Globalization | Japan Style” (see program from March 2017)

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Business School (HKUST) (Hong Kong) “Evolution of Hong Kong as a Financial Hub into a Fintech Hub”

INCAE (Alajuela, Costa Rica) “Doing Business in Latin America: The Competitiveness and Sustainability Challenge“ (see schedule from March 2017)

Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (Bangalore, India) “Inclusive Business Models: Touching Lives, Creating Livelihoods” (see video introduction of the course)

Koç University Graduate School of Business (Istanbul, Turkey) “Driving Engines of Economic Growth in Emerging Countries” (see video from March 2017)

Pontificia Universidad Católica De Chile School of Business (Santiago, Chile) “Marketing & Mercadeo, the Latin American Way”

Sauder School of Business University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada) “Urban Resilience and Inclusive Prosperity”  Please note that participants in this week will be required to join 6 class sessions, starting January 17, once a week, Wednesday mornings, 8:30 – 10:00 a.m. (New York time) to work in global virtual teams to prepare for projects for the City of Vancouver and First Nations Communites, with interim presentations on February 28 and March 7.  (see syllabus from March 2017)

Seoul National University Graduate School of Business (Seoul, Korea) “Globalization in an Emerging Economy: The Case of South Korea” (see March 2016 syllabus)

Technion-Israel Institute of Technology (Haifa, Israel) “Entrepreneurship and Innovation – The Startup Nation”

University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business (Cape Town, South Africa) “The Political Economy of Business in Africa”

University of Ghana Business School (Accra, Ghana) “Financing Inclusive Growth and Development in Frontier and Emerging Countries

Universitas Indonesia, Faculty of Economics (Jakarta, Indonesia) “Women and Digital Entrepreneurship”  (see description from March 2017)