By participating in GMAC research surveys and accepting the GMAT exam, your school can get competitive benchmarking analyses and customized data to inform your strategies and tactics. Learn more at the Research Lounge, where GMAC researchers will be on hand at learning stations focused on three topics: Admissions Management (making the most of IR score reports and the ValidityStudy Service); Candidate Engagement; and Career Outcomes. Stop by to learn how you can leverage trends in GMAT test-taker demographics and degree interest in your own work.
While at the Research Lounge, don't miss a preview of ...Disrupt or Be Disrupted: A Blueprint for Change In Management Education
, a soon-to-be-published book from the GMAC Management Education Research Institute (MER Institute). This groundbreaking work is designed to prompt you to think deeply about redesigning and differentiating your school. It takes an evidence-based approach to navigating pressures and creating revolutionary platforms that leverage your school's unique comparative advantage in a way that's distinctly tailored for today's business realities.
Author sessions at this year's annual conference include:
- Robert Rubin and Erich Dierdorff on "The Value of Graduate Management Education: Reclaiming Quality in Our Programs" at 10:45 am Thursday
- Michael Hay on "The Future of Business Education: Framing and Making Strategic Choices" at 1:45 pm Thursday
- Sara Rynes-Weller on "Curriculum Matters: Toward More Holistic Graduate Management Education" at 9 am Friday