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27th CEEMAN Annual Conference Proceedings

We are happy to share with you the proceedings of the 27th CEEMAN Annual Conference, that took place in Wroclaw, Poland on 25-27 September 2019 in cooperation with the Wroclaw University of Economics.

The conference theme, Management Education for a Changing World focused on the global change and challenges, with particular spotlights on artificial intelligence and sustainability issues. Over 130 deans, rectors, faculty and staff from leading business schools and universities from 27 countries around the world came to exchange experience and ideas on the role and impact of business education.

The Conference consisted of several pre-conference events and workshops, individual Dean2Dean meetings, fast-paced poster session for faculty and researchers and of the main conference under the title "Management Education for a Changing World". Focusing on three key areas: 1) global change and challenges; 2) spotlight on AI and its implications; 3) spotlight on business and society, participants and speakers discussed relevant issues, best practices and ideas, both from education and business perspectives.  Expert panels, roundtables, and interactive discussions provided ample opportunities for experience exchange among speakers and participants.

An important highlight of the Annual Meeting was signing of declaration of intent for establishing an Alliance of Management Development Associations from Dynamic Societies to better serve the needs of business schools located in rising economies. 

We are happy to share our speaker’s insightful contributions and the summaries of the annual Poster session with you in this publication.

Proceedings of the 27th CEEMAN Annual Conference


The next CEEMAN Annual Conference with the title Science and Management: An Alliance to Solve Global Challenges, will take place from 23-25 September 2020 in Trieste, Italy.

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