The annual AABS conference is scheduled to be held on the 18th to 20th May 2014 in Strathmore business school for the very first time. The conference, aims at connecting African Business School practitioners and thought leaders to encourage dialogue in search of competitive approaches to aid African business management and education growth strategy.
The theme of the conference will be The Role of Business Schools in building lasting institutions in Africa. The conference will see many leaders from all over Africa, Europe and The United States come together to share ideas and re-define the responsibility that the business Schools have in ensuring that there are lasting institutions in Africa.
The conference which will be held for five-days will also provide a platform for networking, exchange and reflection to about 80 delegates from around 30 countries.
Great exposes will be presented about Africas competitiveness, the comparatives with other models in other developed countries, the skills and the human capital needed to get Africa ahead of the curve along with the lessons to learn about finance from global models and most importantly the role of Business Schools as generators of pragmatic pedagogical models and actionable research to set the tone for a more coherent Africa.