The Lviv Business School participated in the 22nd CEEMAN Annual Conference in Budapest, Hungary.
On September 25-27, the 22nd CEEMAN (Central and Eastern Europe Management Association) Annual Conference, which brought together representatives from 35 countries, was held in Budapest. The main topic of the event was devoted to the role of technology in business and management education: “How is technology reshaping business and the education landscape?”
The conference also included a meeting of deans and directors of business schools, during which the use of technology in education was discussed. There was also a discussion on how business schools leverage education, research, marketing, and internal processes with technology. A key partner of this year’s conference was the ESSCA School of Management.
During the conference, participants in the panel discussions had the opportunity to share experiences and opinions between representatives of businesses, corporate universities, and business schools managers. Some workshops were devoted to such info blocks as online and blended programs, MOOCs, gamification and simulations, and learning management systems.
The Lviv Business School of UCU has been a member of CEEMAN since 2010.