Haley on UK plenary panel regarding business school impact

Usha Haley, W. Frank Barton Distinguished Chair in International Business, director of the Center for International Business Advancement, and World Trade Council of Wichita chair — will participate on a plenary panel at the British Academy of Management annual meetings in Manchester, England, about “The Business School as a Catalyst for change, Measuring Impact Why and How” on Aug. 31.

The panelists will include Sir Cary Cooper, University of Manchester professor, and Gillian Drakeford, former United Kingdom and Ireland IKEA chief executive officer. The panel was facilitated by Andrew Jack, The Financial Times (London) editor, and Mette Morsing, United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education head.