Join GMAC at ICAM 2013

Schedule of Presentations

GMAC at ICAM 2013 

Visit GMAC at Booth 501 for the following presentations:

Sunday | April 7

  • 6:00 PM | Compete Globally: Recruiting, Benchmarking, & Market Insights
    Stop by our booth to get a behind-the-scenes view of the dynamic recruitment landscape for graduate management education worldwide. Discover which GMAC tools your school can access to understand market trends, develop curriculum and effectively recruit the best candidates.
  • 6:10 PM | Integrated Reasoning: New Information to Differentiate Talent
    Data from the first six months of Integrated Reasoning show the section is measuring new skills. Discover how Integrated Reasoning can help your school recruit and graduate students with skills essential to success in the classroom and in demand by employers around the world.
  • 6:20 PM| Reflect by GMAC: Develop Skills for Leadership Success
    Soft skills are essential in sourcing key talent, and institutions like yours are working to enhance student self-awareness and create programs that meet employer expectations. Reflect is a solution to help your students understand their strengths and weaknesses across 10 competencies critical to success.

Monday | April 8

  • 10:10 AM | Compete Globally: Recruiting, Benchmarking, & Market Insights
    Stop by our booth to get a behind-the-scenes view of the dynamic recruitment landscape for graduate management education worldwide. Discover which GMAC tools your school can access to understand market trends, develop curriculum and effectively recruit the best candidates.
  • 10:20 AM | Integrated Reasoning: New Information to Differentiate Talent
    Data from the first six months of Integrated Reasoning show the section is measuring new skills. Discover how Integrated Reasoning can help your school recruit and graduate students with skills essential to success in the classroom and in demand by employers around the world.
  • 10:30 AM | Reflect by GMAC: Develop Skills for Leadership Success
    Soft skills are essential in sourcing key talent, and institutions like yours are working to enhance student self-awareness and create programs that meet employer expectations. Reflect is a solution to help your students understand their strengths and weaknesses across 10 competencies critical to success.

Tuesday | April 9

  • 10:20 AM | Integrated Reasoning: New Information to Differentiate Talent
    Data from the first six months of Integrated Reasoning show the section is measuring new skills. Discover how Integrated Reasoning can help your school recruit and graduate students with skills essential to success in the classroom and in demand by employers around the world.
  • 10:30 AM | Reflect by GMAC: Develop Skills for Leadership Success
    Soft skills are essential in sourcing key talent, and institutions like yours are working to enhance student self-awareness and create programs that meet employer expectations. Reflect is a solution to help your students understand their strengths and weaknesses across 10 competencies critical to success.
  • 10:45 AM | Emerging Markets and Business School Strategies
    Emerging markets are not only key to the growth and viability of international business, but also critical to the future of global business schools. Deans face both opportunities and challenges when it comes to making decisions about how and why to engage in emerging markets. Similar issues are faced by schools establishing or deepening relationships with business schools outside their home region. Join us as we discuss critical questions facing Deans worldwide about the changing landscape of graduate management education, highlight student pipeline trends, resources and networks, and demonstrate how your peers are positioning their programs to be most effective.
    • David A. Wilson, President and Chief Executive Officer, Graduate Management Admission Council [Session Moderator]
    • Kathleen A. Getz, Dean, School of Business, Loyola University Chicago 
    • Richard K. Lyons, Dean, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley  
    • Edward A. Snyder, Dean and William S. Beinecke Professor, Economics and Management, School of Management, Yale University