Global Network for Advanced Management
“The world is more connected than ever before. Twenty-seven business schools are joining forces to understand what this means for businesses and organizations across sectors and to develop global leaders for the coming decades.”

The Global Network for Advanced Management or GNAM was started by Yale School of Management in 2012 to bring together member schools from all over the world to provide diversity in interaction among countries, cultures, regions and economies.  GNAM provides an opportunity for participating schools to send their students for one week courses with partner institutions, allowing a free exchange of talent across multiple borders. 

The Asian Institute of Management has been a member of the GNAM since 2012 and is one of the 18 participating schools for a Global Network exchange week this coming March 9-13, 2015.  Last year (2014) marked the first year of participation for our full time MBA students as 7 members of Cohort 9 were able to travel to New Haven, Connecticut and Madrid, Spain, respectively, for course offerings by their GNAM counterparts. In turn, AIM hosted a course on Eco-Tourism, which attracted students from Instituto de Empresa in Spain, EGADE in Mexico, and its own international group of students in Manila.