The Future of Business Education
The Future of Business Education: Is an Executive MBA Worth it? Join Chicago Booth in Munich for a candid panel discussion and audience Q&A with alumni from some of the world’s best Executive MBA programs.
Donnerstag, 16 November, 2017
In today's world, executives work well into their sixties and beyond. An early career MBA could be considered irrelevant for executives who then go on to lead companies for the rest of their lives, in constantly changing business environments. New technology allows people to access education for free, online, when and where they want it. In recent years, the number of employers offering financial support for business education has dropped. Given all this, is an Executive MBA still a worthwhile undertaking?
Franziska von Wiedebach, Principal, Pedersen & Partner
- Hans-Günther Bonk ’02 (Chicago Booth), Founding Partner and Managing Director, Assenagon Asset Management
- Philip Monck '14 (INSEAD), Managing Director at INTEGA GmbH
- Giuseppe La Marca '10 (Kellogg-WHU), Practice Lead Supply Chain & Operations, Accenture
Attend this event to:
Gain an inside perspective on the value of an MBA
Network with locally based students and alumni
Speak with admissions representatives from the Chicago Booth, INSEAD and Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA programs
Gain feedback on your potential candidacy
18:30 Registration and networking
19:00 Panel event and Q&A
20:00 Networking and refreshments
This event is free to attend but as seats are limited, registration is necessary.
Participating business schools include:
Chicago Booth, INSEAD and Kellogg-WHU