Industry and academic leaders gather in Dublin to discuss the Future of Work
CEMS Global Alliance in Management Education brings the world’s top 28 business schools and industry to Dublin
UCD Smurfit School hosted the CEMS Global Alliance in Management Education benchmarking meeting on “The Future of Work” in Dublin on Wednesday, June 19. It is the first time the event has been held in Ireland.
Twenty-eight of the world’s top business schools including HEC Paris, London School of Economics, ESADE, and Tsinghua University joined industry leaders and corporate partners Ernst & Young, Facebook, Google and Salesforce to address and discuss upcoming business challenges.
CEMS is the internationally recognised global alliance of the world’s top academic and corporate institutions dedicated to educating and preparing future generations of international business leaders.
The UCD Smurfit School Masters in Management (CEMS/MIM) is ranked 7th in the world by the prestigious Financial Times. It is the highest ranking programme in the School.
Pictured at Google Headquarters in Dublin are Dr Maeve Houlihan, Director of UCD Lochlann Quinn School of Business; David Thomas, Head of Google Cloud, Denmark; Professor Gerardine Doyle, Director of UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School; Angela McKenna, SVP Global Talent Development, Salesforce; Niamh Cusack, University EMEA Talent Scout, Facebook; and Caroline Mc Aniff, Head of Recruitment and Employer Branding, EY.