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Dean of Strathclyde Business School, Professor Susan Hart recently visited our Swiss Centre and gave one of a series of ‘Strathclyde Talks’ to the Swiss MBA Alumni Association (SMAAS) entitled “Developing the Post-Crisis Business School – Agendas for Change”

The below picture shows members of the executive committee of our Swiss Alumni Organization, who were present, as we ran the event under the series of “Strathclyde Talks” of our alumni organization SMAAS.

Attached some pictures of Susans talk of last Thursday “Developing the Post-Crisis Business School – Agendas for Change” The first picture are members of the executive committee of our Swiss Alumni Organization, who were present, as we ran the event under the series of “Strathclyde Talks” of our alumni organization SMAAS. (L>R) Jon-Andri Mantel, David Alexander (Treasurer), Eole Vally, Angela Saxby (President)

Members of the Executive Committee of our Swiss Alumni Organization: (L>R) Jon-Andri Mantel, David Alexander (Treasurer), Eole Vally, Angela Saxby (President)

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Angela Saxby (President) tells us more:

“On May 16th , Professor Susan Hart, Dean of Strathclyde Business School was welcomed in Zurich by SMAAS , the Strathclyde MBA Alumni Association Switzerland to the May event of their Speaker Series. To an audience of approximately 30 alumni, Professor Hart led a lively presentation and discussion on “’Developing the Post-Crisis Business School : Agendas for Change” which put forward the case for increased emphasis to be placed on both business ethics and sustainability in the MBA curriculum and highlighting the approach and progress that the Strathclyde has taken. Professor Hart described the evolution of business schools from their origins in the 1960’s through to the current day and offered a perspective on the strategic vision that needs to be adopted by taking the Principals of Responsible Management Education (www.unprme.org)  where Strathclyde Business School participates and demonstrated the significant progress that Strathclyde Business School has already made in this direction.

The evening  concluded with a Networking Aperitif which enabled the lively interaction which had been started during the Q&A to continue and develop informally between everyone present.”