Alba Graduate Business School is a member of a global consortium of over 100 Business Schools rethinking what business students should be taught in order to be productive, creative, and effective in the era of digital disruption and transformation.
The MaCuDE consortium (Management Curriculum in the Digital Era) is led by the Stevens Institute of Technology under the auspices of AACSB International (the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business - one of the most prestigious accrediting bodies).
Alba actively contributes to two task forces within the project.
An ongoing survey and also an upcoming workshop are part of the task force on the future of work and learning where we conduct research in order to determine the emergent priorities of recruiters and employers and their consequences for the content and methods of teaching in the Business School.
We are inviting HR professionals and other interested parties to contribute their experience and perspective in this global mobilization to update how we educate their forthcoming hires of the 21st century.
Who will your organization employ in 2030? What should they know? These questions puzzle also us in business schools in our efforts of educating young professionals to the future of work life.
We would like to hear your thoughts as an experienced professional: what do you think about the potential changes in work?
SEPTEMBER 15TH2020, 5-8pm (EEST)
What will we be doing at work? What types of taskspecific skills do we need? What is the role of creativity or critical thinking? Will we ever return back to the offices? Are we all going to become entrepreneurs? In this workshop we will explore the future of work from five different perspectives.