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IACBE Summer Institute

IACBE Summer Institute

The IACBE Summer Institute offers sessions in various aspects of excellence in business education, and provides significant opportunities for professional development.

2013 IACBE Summer Institute


IACBE Summer Institute
Hilton Garden Inn

Institute Hotel
Hilton Garden Inn
Olathe, Kansas, USA

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The IACBE will be sponsoring and hosting our annual Summer Institute during the week of June 10, 2013. The four-day-long institute offers multiple sessions on various aspects of the IACBE’s accreditation process, best practices in business and management education, and advancing academic quality in business units and programs. The institute consists of a variety of workshops dealing with the IACBE’s process of quality assurance, and a two-day forum for new business deans and chairs. In addition, the institute will feature a special informational session for prospective members of the IACBE.

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2013 Summer Institute Sessions

The following sessions will be offered at this year's Summer Institute:

Generational Leadership Seminar for New Deans and Chairs – 

Conducted as part of the Summer Forum for New Business Deans and Chairs, this seminar focuses on generational issues associated with leading and managing an academic business unit. The seminar provides participants with an overview of the differences in the attitudes, motivations, behaviors, and social dynamics of the various generations comprising today's highly-diversified workplace. These differences require unique supervision and management approaches in order to lead each generation effectively. Key topics covered in the seminar include generational markers, differences, and similarities; motivational traits of the generations; dealing with generational conflict; and coaching and leading the generations.
New Deans and Chairs Colloquium on Leading and Managing a Business Unit – 

Conducted as part of the Summer Forum for New Business Deans and Chairs, this colloquium is designed for new business deans and chairs, and deals with important and critical issues associated with leading and managing an academic business unit. Topics covered in recent colloquia have included faculty recruitment and evaluation; curriculum development; faculty communications; practical aspects of leadership, administration, and team building; external accountability; establishing and using business advisory boards; managing and assessing online programs; establishing and managing experiential learning opportunities; enrollment and retention management; and fundraising for academic business units.
Preparing an Effective Self-Study and Site Visit Preparation – 

Attendance at a self-study workshop is now a requirement prior to the preparation of a self-study for first-time accreditation or reaffirmation of accreditation. Each of the IACBE’s Accreditation Principles are introduced and the ways in which to document compliance with them in the self-study are explained. In addition, the key points in preparing a complete and accurate self-study document are identified, and common pitfalls to avoid are pointed out. The logistics involved with preparing for an efficient site visit are also covered.
Developing a Comprehensive Outcomes Assessment Plan – 

This workshop focuses on how to design a comprehensive outcomes assessment plan that meets IACBE expectations for assessing student learning in your business programs and the operational effectiveness of your academic business unit. The workshop discusses the definition and purposes of outcomes assessment; describes the key points to keep in mind when preparing an assessment plan; identifies measurement instruments that can be used to assess both intended student learning outcomes and intended operational outcomes; and explains the use of outcomes assessment in measuring and advancing academic quality in your business programs. In addition, the IACBE’s new assessment plan template and a comprehensive example of a completed plan will be presented.
The IACBE and its Accreditation Process – 

This workshop presents an overview of the IACBE and its mission, accreditation philosophy, and scope of accreditation. The workshop also describes the IACBE's diamond-standard value proposition; explains the IACBE's outcomes-based approach to quality assurance and advancement; identifies the IACBE's criteria for accreditation; and describes the steps in the IACBE's accreditation process.
Site-Visit Peer Reviewer Training – 

An effective accreditation review process depends on a careful, thorough, and objective site visit conducted by a team of well-trained peer reviewers. As the IACBE grows both domestically and worldwide, a corps of competent site-visit evaluators becomes increasingly essential. Workshop participants undertake simulated site-visit reviews, beginning with training on how to evaluate self-studies. At the end of the day, you will have completed the requirements necessary to be assigned to a site-visit team.
Site-Visit Team Chair Training – 

This workshop focuses on the responsibilities associated with chairing an accreditation site-visit team. The workshop is intended only for those who have completed a site-visit peer reviewer training session and have been a member of a site-visit team.
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The sessions are conducted by deans, chairs, and other administrators from the member institutions of the IACBE, as well as IACBE staff members. Intended for both current and prospective members of the IACBE, the institute provides significant opportunities for professional development, networking, and the sharing of best practices in business education. Prospective members will find the IACBE Summer Institute especially beneficial in learning more about the organization and its
approach to quality assurance in business education.

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Program Brochure-Final (PDF)

Location

Hilton Garden Inn
Olathe, Kansas
USA

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What:  IACBE Summer Institute
When:  June 10-13 | 2013
Where:  Hilton Garden Inn | Olathe, Kansas | USA

Registration Fees

Registration fees for the Monday and Tuesday workshops include lunches and breaks. The registration fee for the Summer Forum for New Business Deans and Chairs includes all sessions, lunches, and breaks on Wednesday and Thursday, and dinner on Wednesday evening.

Summer Forum for New Business Deans and Chairs
Members of the IACBE $495
Non-Members of the IACBE $545
Workshops and Special Prospective Member Session
Workshops (Monday and Tuesday)  
1. Preparing an Effective Self-Study/Site Visit Preparation $400
2. Developing a Comprehensive Outcomes Assessment Plan $400
3. Site-Visit Peer Reviewer Training $50
4. Site-Visit Team Chair Training* $50
Special Session for Prospective Members of the IACBE (Wednesday Morning) No Charge

Only for those individuals who have previously attended a site-visit peer reviewer training session and have been a member
of a site-visit team

Note: Registration fees for workshops 1 and 2 on Monday and Tuesday (the self-study and assessment plan workshops) are $400 per person for the first two registrants and $200 per person for any additional registrants from the same institution.

Cancellation and Refund Policy


Cancellation Date: Refund:
By May 17, 2013 Full Refund of Registration Fees
After May 17, 2013 but by June 3, 2013:  
1. Summer Forum for New Business Deans and Chairs Registration Fee Minus $75 Cancellation Fee
2. Workshops Registration Fees Minus $50 Cancellation Fee
After June 3, 2013 No Refund of Registration Fees

Institute Sponsors

President's Circle

Sponsor:Peregrine Academics
Sponsor:Franklin University

Learn More

For more information about the IACBE Summer Institute, please contact IACBE World Headquarters.


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