As the world is rapidly changing in different ways, our African Business Schools need to change along by developing strategies to reinvent themselves. A webinar organized by the Association of African Business Schools (AABS) took place on October 19th to explore strategies used by some of our Business Schools and how they were implemented.
Through this webinar, our speakers, leaders in their respective schools, shared their experiences on how they are coping with global changes while remaining relevant and sustainable.
New forces are at work in the world: accelerating globalization, technological revolutions, increasing inequalities and global warming, pandemics, and health crisis. All call for new models of living together as responsible global citizens. This starts with education that makes a difference in the life of every learner and empowers them with the confidence, knowledge, digital maturity, ethics, and empathy to integrate fully in their communities and societies.
This webinar explores how African Business Schools can function as active catalysts for ecosystem development using practical case studies shared by prominent speakers from Morocco in North Africa, Ghana in Western Africa, Kenya in Eastern Africa, and Namibia in Southern Africa.
In his quality of Director at HEM Business School and Former Chairman of the Board of AABS, Dr. Ali Elquammah, was one of the panelists in this Webinar.