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Register for 28th CEEMAN Annual Conference

Join the 28th CEEMAN Annual Conference, that will be taking place on 23-25 September 2020 under the title Ideas and Inspiration for Management Development from Fields Beyond Management.

Management education has been facing unprecedented disruption over the past few months, affecting all aspects of our lives – on personal and institutional level, operations and study processes, global and local supply chains, economies and the environment. Businesses and educators had to think on their feet for the short term as well as for the future. With the upcoming virtual CEEMAN Annual Conference, we invite you to share own experience but even more importantly, to look beyond management and get ideas and inspiration for truly innovative and future-oriented new management education solutions.

The event will be taking place online on 23-25 September, with an option to join the keynotes and the CEEMAN Annual Meeting in person in Bled, Slovenia on Thursday, 24 September.

Why participate:

  • Get inspired by excellent keynotes from fields beyond management: biology, neuroscience, airplane industry experience, and arts
  • Share your own innovative solutions and experiences with fellow deans, directors and experts from all over the world
  • As a faculty or researcher, present your latest work in the poster session to get valuable feedback and publication opportunity
  • Reconnect with existing contacts and establish new ones
  • Set up individual meetings or side sessions as part of the Conference

To provide for a collaborative and inclusive space, we encourage deans and leaders of educational institutions to bring their faculty, staff, as well as students and alumni to the event to enrich the discussion, bring diversity of perspectives, and share a common vision.

Register now!

You can find more on the conference, including the latest program, here.

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