AIOD's CEO, Abraham Lincoln, PhD., will team with 8 other academicians and business leaders to contribute their expertise on some of Ghana's most pressing challenges in business education. AIOD's annual leadership seminar convenes global leaders from across business, government, international organizations, academia for strategic dialogues that map the key transformations reshaping the world.
“These are interesting times for people who care about Ghana’s future in terms of business education,” said Dr. Lincoln. “Business education in Ghana is experiencing some progress. If this progress is to last, and not be eclipsed by each new crises, then leaders in business education in Ghana are going to have to drive much of this innovation for themselves. This is why I am excited by this year's seminar.”
This year's seminar aims at, but not limited to:
Building a shared vision and support for the prospective and deans and programs chairs.
Learning how to establish/enhance your school’s profile in the business community to build financial support.
Planning Succession and preparation for leadership.
Establishing yourself as your “own style” of leader.
Communicating your goals and visions for your school (with faculty, central administration, students and the community).
Positioning your school in the community for support.
Addressing some typical “thorny” personnel problems.
Annette E. Craven, PhD
Olin O. Oedekoven, PhD
Prof. Dr. Goski Alabi
Douglas Viehland, PhD
John Ato Mensah, MSc, MA, ODCC, CC
Regina Bekoe, PhD
Abraham Owusu Lincoln, PhD
Laurel E. Vicklund, PhD