Teaching Innovation Program

Teaching Innovation Program
Teaching Innovation Program (TIP) is a forum for the exchange of innovative ideas about MBA curriculum. Through TIP, The Aspen Institute Business and Society Program (Aspen BSP) creates networks of business school faculty and business practitioners from around the world. Members of the network are each seeking to build the capacity of today's MBA students to navigate the complex social, environmental, and ethical challenges of business.
The initial round of TIP involved 11 graduate schools of business and a select number of corporations, and was underwritten by the GE Foundation, the 3M Foundation and the Daniels Fund. It took place over the course of three convenings: at the University of Stellenbosch (South Africa) in January 2006; at Monterrey Tec (Mexico) in January 2005; and at GE Crotonville, GE's John F. Welch Leadership Center (USA) in June 2004.

Learn more about TIP:

  Meetings agendas and participants
  TIP India

 

Our three-part Closer Look series, and our summarizing 'Lessons Learned' piece, feature the eleven schools that participated in the Aspen Institute Center for Business Education's 2004-2006 Teaching Innovation Program (TIP). Our TIP convenings produced exemplary collaborations and ideas among global business schools; these articles are intended to celebrate the eleven institutions that participated in this program, as well as share insights from their experiences.

 

  Action Learning Closer Look

  Role of the Business School Closer Look

  Cross Sector Relationships Closer Look

  TIP: Lessons Learned

 

 
The Aspen Institute Center for Business Education is part of the Aspen Institute Business and Society Program.
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