Transformation and creativity in a hyper-connected world
The place to be for global education leaders to rethink the traditional models, create new contexts, ideas & dialogues.
Opening Session / Welcome:
Prof. Sung Joo Park, Eduniversal Scientific Committee member for Far East Asia
Mr. Martial Guiette, CEO & Founder of Eduniversal Group, France
Prof. Ian Fenwick, Director of Sasin School of Management, Thailand
Welcome session from Thailand
Dr Suvit Maesincee, Minister of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation, Thailand
Mr. Chainarong Indharameesup, Director of Khon Kaen University College of Graduate Study in Management, Thailand
Dr Sutti Sooampon, Deputy Dean of King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang Faculty of Administration and Management, Thailand
Assoc. Prof. Natcha Thawesaengskulthai, Vice President for Innovation & New Development of Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Dr. Jikyeong Kang, Dean of Asian Institute of Management (AIM), Philippines
Assoc. Prof. Pasu Decharin, Former Dean of Chulalongkorn Business School, Thailand
Dr. Virginijus Kundrotas, Eduniversal Scientific Committee member for Eastern Europe
Dr. Anne Balazs, Dean of University of Toledo College of Business and Innovation, USA
Moderated by Mr Nick Pisalyaput, Deputy Director of Sasin School of Management, Thailand- How do academics demonstrate creativity in learning and teaching practices?
- What must we do differently from the past? More, or less, of what?
Moderated by Ms Lidija ZAJEC, Head of Quality Assurance, University of Ljubljana, School of Economics and Business, Slovenia
Plenary Session II: Creativity through Hyperconnected Practice
Distinguished Prof. Ravi Aron, Bangkok Bank Chair in Digital Disruption and Machine Learning & Senior Vice Dean of Research of Sasin School of Management, Thailand
Dr. John Leslie Millar, Chief Strategic Development Officer of Ananda Development Public Company Limited, Thailand
Mr. Aung Kyaw Moe, Founder & Group CEO of 2C2P and Founder & CEO of SinaptIQ, Thailand
Dr. Janis Grevins, Director of Riga Technical University (RTU) - Riga Business School (RBS), Latvia
Mr. Andrew Main Wilson, Chief Executive of The Association of MBAs (AMBA) and the Business Graduates Association (BGA), United Kingdom
Moderated by Asst. Prof. Sabin Srivannaboon – Faculty of Sasin, Thailand
- What can schools do to instill the importance of repeated unlearning and re-learning, so that participants can keep up with fast-changing technological needs?
Moderated by Asst. Prof. Yupin Patarapongsant – Faculty of Sasin, Thailand
- How might multi-sector collaboration better prepare participants for the challenges of the coming decades?
Moderated by Prof. Dr. Aneeta Madhok, Eduniversal Scientific Committee member for Central Asia
- How will a lifetime of re-skilling remake the education market?
Moderated by Prof. Michael BAUM, Executive Director, The Lisbon Consortium, Portugal
Mr. Nathasorn Boontanorm, Program Manager of Sasin Management Consulting, Thailand
Mr Jean-Philippe Charrier, President & CEO of Asia Pacific Region, Shiseido Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, Singapore
Mr. Subramanian Subramonia Sarma, Director of Action Learning, Asia School of Business in Collaboration with MIT Sloan, Malaysia
Dr. Ignacio de la Vega, Dean of EGADE Business School, MexicoMrs Anastasia Zavodchikova, Executive Director of the City Business School, Russia
Moderated by Dr. Preechaya Sittipunt - Program Director of INDA (International Program in Design and Architecture), Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
- How can institutions shift from passive approaches to innovation, to more proactive ones?Moderated by Dr Pattarawan Prasarnphanich, Faculty of Sasin School of Management, Thailand
Mrs Tracy Tan, Director, MicroMasters Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Prof. Andrey Kolyada, Rector of Eurasian Management & Administration School (EMAS Business School), Russia
Dr Gérald Mazzalovo, Senior Research Fellow & Faculty of Sasin School of Management, ThailandProf. Nehme Azoury, Eduniversal Scientific Committee member for Eurasia & Middle East
Moderated by Mr. Alex Mavro - Chief of Operations of Sustainability & Entrepreneurship Center, Sasin, Thailand
- Should a single creative model be applied to global education or must creative models be based on individual market, cultural, or societal needs? What alternative didactical models can be imagined for business schools?
Moderated by Dr Gérald Mazzalovo - Senior Research Fellow & Faculty of Sasin School of Management, Thailand
- What techniques are available to attract a student body?
- How might creative kinds of collaborative alliances be conducive to effective learning?
Moderated by Mr. Axel Schumacher, Eduniversal Scientific Committee member for Western Europe
Welcome and presentation :
Company visit & cultural activities sponsored by Khon Kaen University CGSM
Premium Thai Snack break
Complimentary Thai massage (limited places)
Complimentary Thai cooking class (limited places)