The two Global Network schools worked together earlier this year as part of a social entrepreneurship course.
A news article in the Manila Bulletin looks at a partnership earlier this year between the Yale School of Management and the Asian Institute of Management. As part of a social entrepreneurship course, teams of students from the two schools provided consulting services to five social enterprises in the Philippines.
From the article:
For AIM MBA student Anunay Sahay, who was a member of the Gifts and Graces team, the initiative was an opportunity to apply management concepts and practices to real-life situations.
“Social entrepreneurship and inclusive development have been key focus areas for our development as management professionals,” shared Sahay. “This partnership with the Yale School of Management has been an opportunity to delve deeper into the actual operations of social enterprises and apply our learnings at school real-time to assist SEs.”