Sharing new ideas about curricular innovation helps us design better learning experiences.
Dan Poston, Assistant Dean
Foster School of Business
University of Washington
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The ability to perceive and think differently is more important than knowledge gained.
David Bohm
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The best way to predict the future is to create it.
Peter Drucker
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Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.
Benjamin Franklin
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MBAR is the only organization that focuses on advancing curriculum - trends and breakthroughs - and sharing findings with others in our industry.
Joe Fox, President
MBA Roundtable
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MBA 2020, the 2014 Annual Curricular Symposium at IE in Madrid, brought together schools from around the globe in discussion groups.
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At the MBA 2020 Symposium, Dr. Douglas Bowman, Senior Associate Dean and Professor of Marketing at Goizueta Business School at Emory University, described their data driven research process to redesign their full time MBA curriculum.
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The MBA Roundtable offers several opportunities for business school leaders to come together—both virtually and in-person—to stay informed, share best practices and generate ideas on MBA curricula.

Annual Symposium - A dynamic, working event for MBA faculty, deans, associate deans and administrators to focus on the forward looking trends and exchange ideas on, leading and managing curricular change to advance graduate management education.

Webinars - Members have the opportunity to participate in virtual educational seminars related to MBA curriculum.

Leadership Conference -   Co-sponsored by the MBA Roundtable and the Graduate Management Admission Council®, this conference provides members the unique opportunity to build their expertise of the industry, strengthen their network, and knowledge-share on both tactical and strategic challenges with fellow program deans and directors.