50+20: Your Vision for Management Education

by C:F Team on 20th July, 2011 at 11:09 AM CEST


Have you ever thought about what kind of leaders do business schools deliver today? Have you ever felt that something is missing in the picture? Here is your chance to say what you think and make a change! 

A number of passionate and caring individuals and organizations have launched the 50+20 project with the goal to create a radically new vision for management. 

“We are concerned that currently business schools do not deliver the leaders we need. What we are looking for as leaders who are equipped to handle the emerging global societal, environmental and business issues. However, how do we develop them and what would an ideal business school look like?” they asked. 

In order to develop this ideal vision, let’s give our insight and perspective. The only way to succeed is to tab into the brains, hearts and souls of all relevant stakeholders concerned with business and management education. 

Take this 20 min. survey and express your view! Your opinion is very important in shaping the future management education. Be part of the change!

Thank you for completing this survey and for forwarding it to your networks, friends and colleagues around the world. 

C:F Team

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Andreja Kodrin (C:F Management)

Andreja Kodrin (C:F Management) | Action team | CF Chapters

this survey is to support the vision of this amazing group of well-known business educators, leaders and businessman, coming from our partner organizations such as UN PRME and WBSCSB. Among them there are Mark Drewell, Chief Executive, GRLI
Thomas Dyllick, Delegate for Responsibility & Sustainability, University of St Gallen, Co-founder WBSCSB, Derick de Jongh, Director, Albert Luthuli Center for Responsible Leadership at University of Pretoria, Katrin Muff, Dean Business School Lausanne, Co-founder WBSCSB, John North, Albert Luthuli Center for Responsible Leadership at University of Pretoria, Paul Shrivastava, Director, D. O’Brien Center for Sustainable Enterprise, Co-founder WBSCSB.

We are looking to see many of them on our Cf Summit 2012 and to found out more about how the future business school will look like!

20th July, 2011 @ 11:44 AM CEST

Jatin Kataria

Jatin Kataria | Action team | CF Chapters

Its amazing... i was trying to understand d vision behind survey.. when i finished with survey - it was like wow... its reall examples of leaders...

its simply amazing .. I am eager to see future B school ... wer we can understand the real meaning of education

To Educate means To Draw Out.. :)

20th July, 2011 @ 12:25 PM CEST



hmmmm CF team, just love you guys for your innovation.

25th July, 2011 @ 10:04 PM CEST

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