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The Chazen Institute of International Business offers unparalleled access to the business leaders and policy makers who shape global commerce. Through a robust schedule of speakers, symposia, and special events focusing on dynamics affecting business right now, the Chazen institute is your gateway to the people and ideas that transform the global marketplace.
October 26, 2017
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Uris Hall Room 330 — 3022 Broadway, New York, NY
Join us for a lunchtime discussion with Austin Okere, Entrepreneur in Residence, Columbia Business School; Founder CWG Plc; and Member, World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on Intrapreneurship and Innovation, as he discusses the new face of banking:
- Why fewer graduates want Wall Street jobs
- Why many musiness schools have already launched courses and degree programs in fintech over the past few years
- Austin Okere's "Five Forces Model" for analyzzing the future of banking
RSVP required. Lunch will be provided. Register now →
Nand and Jeet Khemka Distinguished Speaker Forum
November 14, 2017
Registration and pre-reception at 6 p.m., talk begins at 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Columbia Club — 15 West 43rd Street., New York, NY
Hear from the Chairman and co-founder of Teamlease Services, India’s largest staffing and human capital firm. Manish Sabharwal will discuss India’s five labor market transitions (farm to non-farm, rural to urban, subsistence self-employment to decent wage employment, informal to formal, and school to work) that are journeys to a better life for most Indians. Sabharwal argues that despite India’s demographic dividend (1 million children will join the labor market every month for the next 3 years), India does not have a jobs problem but a wages problem; he will highlight five specific interventions by the current government to raise individual, institutional, and economic productivity.
Moderated by Bruce Kogut, Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Professor of Leadership and Ethics.