Join us for a free presentation with Eva Kras entitled, New management development: A genuine transition and the importance for youth, Sept. 27. This presentation is focussed mainly on new realities in the management of smaller businesses and the increasing importance of community development and close relations between deep common Values of various groups, as well as the vital and important role of universities in this transformation in development.
Eva Kras is an international transcultural management specialist, author and part-time professor with twenty-five years of experience working and living in Mexico, South America and Europe, with short periods in North America. Her main areas of work involve the transition to genuine Sustainable Development in especially smaller businesses, post-secondary education, regional governance, non-profit organizations and society in general. She speaks several languages and has published five books in the US and Mexico related to her major areas of interest. Eva lives presently in Canada. On behalf of the Dean's office in the Faculty of Management, you are invited to join us for this presentation and participate on an engaging conversation. If you want to attend the session in person, please RSVP to Shirley Russell, Assistant to the Dean (Shirley.firstname.lastname@example.org).
For those of you off-campus, the session will be streamed – please bookmark this link for the event.
When: Friday, Sept. 27, 3-4:30 p.m.Where: LIC 213Who: This presentation is open to all staff, faculty and students.