This will be the first time that scholars from Latin America have come together to discuss the current status, challenges and opportunities in the teaching of business history in the region. In addition it will represent an opportunity to exchange information and to explore the Harvard’s case method teaching.
10.05 -11.25 am Class observation, The Coming of Managerial Capitalism: The United States, Professor Tom Nicholas.
11.30am The Roland Christensen Center for Teaching and Learning. Presentation of Willis Emmons, Director.
2.15pm Teaching Business History at Harvard Business School, Professor Geoffrey Jones.
2.45 pm Experiences from Latin America. Participants: Barbero María Inés (Universidad de San Andrés, Argentina), Birchal Sergio (Minas Gerais, Fiemg, Brazil), Briones Ignacio (Universidad Aldolfo Ibañez, Chile), Couyoumdjian Juan Pablo (Universidad del Desarrollo, Chile), Dávila Carlos (Universidad de los Andes, Colombia), Malavé José (IESA, Venezuela), Recio Gabriela (Colegio de México, México)
Andrea M. Lluch
Harvard Business School
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