Education is central to our lives, our society and our economy
Since 2006, the Australia New Zealand MBA Directors Forum has provided an annual independent, non-affiliated gathering for MBA Directors, Academic Program Directors/Managers, and key professional staff representing Business Schools throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Now relaunched as the APAC Business Leadership Summit, the event continues with its mission to bring together leaders from the business education community across our region, with leaders from business and industry.
The vision – to create a unique environment where leaders and experts from academia and business connect and engage to better understand the relevance of graduate management education and importantly, highlight business needs for the future – minimising gaps that exist between learning and the needs of business.
Higher education and business all over the world are undergoing immense transformation, with the global pandemic impacting not only how we live and work but what and how we learn. This year is the year to gather and to connect on “the how” of the future of graduate management education, uncovering the skills and the characteristics required by people to navigate complexity, long-term disruption, and uncertainty. Concurrently, discovering the skills and attributes required by employers to drive organisations forward, enabling growth and market expansion.
2021 APAC Business Leadership Summit Advisory Committee
The Summit Advisory Committee is composed of MBA Directors and senior representatives from industry and government. The purpose of the Summit Advisory Committee is to ensure that leaders of MBA education have direct influence on the agenda and the programming of the event. At the end of each Summit, a white paper will be developed and published to leaders in government, industry and the education sector, putting forward ideas to keep business education at the forefront of learning and development.
Market Development Director - East Asia, Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC)
Professor, Wellington School of Business and Government, University of Victoria Wellington
SAVE THE DATE 25 & 26 May 2022
Swissôtel | Sydney, Australia