Annette Nijs, Founder The China Agenda, has been invited to attend.
2020 IAM Global Forum
“Impending Global Leadership Challenges: Lessons learned from the Covid19 Crisis”
The Covid19 pandemic is an impending global leadership challenge. A peril that underlines like never before our interconnectedness and mutual dependence. In that sense, the International Academy of Management thinks this is a unique opportunity to gather, explore, and draw valuable lessons. Learnings in politics, corporations, and academia that could be applied to other global challenges such as climate change and inequality.
The International Academy of Management had its origins in the first international management congress held in Prague in 1924 at the initiative of President Jan Masaryk.
At the congress, CIOS – the World Council of Management (Conseil International de l’Organisation Scientifique) was founded. CIOS established the International Academy of Management in 1958. The Academy is now independent of CIOS.
The aim of The International Academy of Management is to honor excellence in management through the election to Fellowship of individuals who have made an outstanding international contribution to the science the art of management and to human progress.