Wednesday, July 10, 2013, 4:15 – 5:15 p.m. EST
- Dr. Lynne Gerber, Adjunct Professor of Organizational Behavior and Director of Action Learning, Kenan-Flagler Business School, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- A panel of experts
Registration $35 (Free for current KFBS students, faculty, and staff, as well as for universities in the Center for International Business Education & Research network). Register now!
The webinar will explore methods of integrating global virtual teamwork into the business school curriculum and offer tips for planning for - and achieving - outcomes as good, if not better, than those we achieve in face to face teams. Global consulting projects , chiefly the Global Business Project course offered collaboratively by 15 US and international business schools, will serve as the base for this webinar, but the "lessons learned" and "how to" will be applicable to a wide array of global business courses employing virtual teamwork.
This webinar is intended for US and international faculty who either engage themselves in geographically dispersed teams and/or run courses in which students work in virtual teams.
About the Presenter
Lynne Gerber directs Kenan-Flagler’s programs that field teams of top MBA and undergraduate business students to build comprehensive and actionable strategies for corporations and not-for-profits seeking to strengthen their global competitiveness. She created the Working Language series of beginning language courses combine technologically based, self-directed learning with face-to-face teaching and immersion in foreign countries to prepare managers to function effectively in the everyday workplace using the target language. She is also a certified trainer of the Intercultural Edge, a cross-cultural tool to help business people communicate and negotiate effectively across cultures.
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This program is part of the “Best Practices in International Business Education” webinar series presented by the UNC Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) and co-sponsored by North Carolina Department of Commerce, International Trade Division.