FGV EAESP renews partnership with Global Network Advanced Management (GNAM)
Fundação Getulio Vargas’ Sao Paulo School of Business Administration (FGV EAESP) has renewed its partnership with Global Network Advanced Management (GNAM). GNAM is an international alliance of business schools throughout the world that promotes innovative initiatives by fostering links between students, alumni, professors, researchers and other stakeholders across a global network.
The network includes outstanding international institutions, such as France’s HEC, Italy’s Bocconi University, Yale School of Management and the National University of Singapore’s Business School.
EAESP’s participation in GNAM enables its students to participate in important meetings, such as the Global Network Week for Executive MBA students, which is taking place this week in online format.
FGV EAESP itself is participating in this event, by presenting a paper titled “Sustainable Leadership: The Perspective of Tropical Forests,” written by Mario Prestes Monzoni Neto, who has a doctorate in public and government administration from FGV EAESP’s Industrial Production and Operations Administration Department. The aim is to reflect on the lessons learned from students’ online interaction with local stakeholders in the Amazon.
GNAM’s mission is to drive innovation and create value through connections with leading global business schools, their resources and their stakeholders. Launched in 2012, the Global Network includes 32 prominent business schools in different regions, countries, cultures and economies at different stages of development. Operating in 30 countries, GNAM enables students to expand their frontiers of knowledge together with global online teams.