María Jesús Sáenz, Professor at ZLC, will participate in the Global Colloquium on Participant-Centered Learning, organized by Harvard Business School


The age-old dilemma for academia—how best to teach—really is about how best to learn. To innovate, business schools must accept and embrace change in their management education pedagogies, without losing sight of their distinctive methods and traditions.

The Global Colloquium on Participant-Centered Learning (GloColl) is a two-session program that seeks to build a global community of faculty members who are committed to participant-centered learning through innovative teaching and course design. Developed by Harvard Business School (HBS) senior faculty members, this invitation-only program aims to help management educators improve their effectiveness by learning from their teaching.

Venue: On-Campus Session, HBS Campus, Boston, Massachusetts (U.S.)

More information about the program