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商院动态:Yale SOM Dean Taking A One-Year Sabbatical  

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商院动态:Yale SOM Dean Taking A One-Year Sabbatical
 

BY: JOHN A. BYRNE ON MAY 17, 2017

 

 

After a highly successful six-year stint as dean of Yale University’s School of Management, Edward ‘Ted” Snyder is taking a break. On Aug. 1, he is starting a one-year sabbatical from the deanship to focus more attention on the global network of schools he helped to create five years ago.

Anjani Jain, senior associate dean for MBA programs, will become acting dean in Snyder’s absence, while David Bach, senior associate dean for Executive MBA and global programs, will be named deputy dean. Both Jain and Bach were recruited by Snyder to SOM from Wharton and IE Business School, respectively, and could easily serve as full deans of any major business school.

The announcement of the sabbatical, made today (May 17), is something of a surprise. It’s rare for the dean of a highly ranked school to take time off from the job. The most recent example of a sabbatical by a dean occurred at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business when then Dean Garth Saloner took a two-month time out in early 2015.

SNYDER HAS BEEN DEANING BUSINESS SCHOOLS FOR NEARLY 19 YEARS

But Snyder, 63, is now deep into his third successful deanship and his second five-year term at SOM, having arrived at Yale during the summer of 2011. Already, he is the second long-serving dean in SOM’s history behind only Jeffrey Garten who led the school from November 1995 to June 2005. Snyder, moreover, has been deaning business schools for nearly 19 years since July of 1998 when he became dean of the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. He held the top Darden job until July of 2001 when he took over the deanship at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, a job he held until the end of June of 2010.

“I’m due one and most people take a sabbatical at the end, but I’m going to do it now,” he says. “We have such a strong team and I have been at this for a long time. The satisfying part of the job is not the day-to-day or week-to-week stuff, it’s the progress you make. Some days are good and some days are not so good. That hasn’t changed. I’m going to be based in New Haven. I’m not going to Acapulco.”

Indeed, it’s not merely taking a sabbatical from a deanship that is unusual. It’s also what Snyder intends to do during his so-called sabbatical. For his “time off,” Snyder says he will devote part of his time to the Global Network For Advanced Management, the network of 29 top business schools that has significantly expanded the global reach of SOM and brings brings together students and faculty in virtual courses, weeklong excursions, and multi-school case studies all over the world. He also plans to work with a nucleus of donors on fundraising for scholarships and program innovation, and he wants to dive into some academic research on what he calls “divergent legal regimes” which he believes is “part of the friction in the global economy and it ties to my academic expertise.”

WILL SPEND ‘A GOOD CHUNK OF TIME’ IN THE FALL ON THE GLOBAL NETWORK

In an interview with Poets&Quants, Snyder says that moving out of the day-to-day grind will allow him to focus more on things he is passionate about. “I would like to actually spend a good chunk of the fall on the global network and focus on the advanced managemnt part of it. It’s in the title but I think what’s really interesting from a management education perspective is that globalization is going to continue to provide opportunities but the frictions are increasing.

“I think it’s a good time for me to make a push,” adds Snyder. “What I found is that the network takes a lot of effort. The innovations come from all over but one of the implications of that is you have to work to make sure that new people coming into the schools are up to speed. Personal relationships end up being really important. I probbly underestimated the challenge of keeping the network at the front of the brain for all the deans and directors, partly because we turn over so much. I am going to be really busy.”

Before starting at Yale SOM, Snyder also took a year off, a time when he conceived a revolutionary idea that he brought to his new job: the Global Network.

While Anjani and Bach are more than capable to run the school, Snyder boasts a remarkable record of achievement as a dean of three of the best business schools in the world. Named Dean of the Year byPoets&Quants in 2015, Snyder has worked magic wherever he has gone. At the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, where he gained his leadership chops, he was senior associate dean in charge of the MBA program and part of a team led by B. Joseph White, when the school rose to the No. 2 spot on the BusinessWeek rankings. While at Virginia, Darden reached No. 9 in BusinessWeek. When Snyder arrived at Chicago in 2001, the school never had had a No. 1 ranking and was ranked No. 10 in BusinessWeek. In 2006, during his tenure at Chicago, the school moved to No. 1 in BusinessWeekand also gained No. 1 rankings in the Economist during his tenure.

TAKING A YEAR OFF AFTER A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL SIX-YEAR RUN AT YALE

Though Yale SOM has yet to claim a No. 1 ranking on any of the most influential lists, it is a school with remarkable momentum and one that is now solidly among the top ten business schools in the U.S. (seeHow Yale SOM Crashed The M7 Party). Since Snyder’s arrival in July of 2011, applications to the school’s MBA program are up a whopping 46%, more than any other peer school, at a time when applications to two-year MBA programs have generally declined. With a 13% increase in the latest admissions cycle, Yale SOM has for the first time received more than 4,000 applications, or roughly 4,114 applicants, for its 340 seats. There are now more applicants per classroom seat at Yale, 12.3 candidates for every available classroom slot, than Harvard (10.4), Columbia (9.9), Kellogg (9.6), Wharton (7.8), or Chicago Booth (7.0).

The overall quality of Yale’s applicant pool, moreover, has shown steady and remarkable improvement, from visible and less visible metrics. The average GMAT of the entire applicant pool this year exceeded 700 for the first time at 702, a 14-point improvement over the 688 five years earlier in 2012. The average undergraduate GPA for the entire pool hit 3.49 last year, up from the 3.40 in 2012. Meantime, the average GMAT for the enrolled class hit a record 725 last year, up from 720 in 2012, while the average GPA for incoming students was 3.63, better than 3.54 in 2012.

Those achievements, of course, are not only Snyder’s; they also belong to the senior leadership team he recruited, especially Jain and Bach. Snyder plucked Jain from Wharton where he had been on the faculty for 26 years. Jain had served in multiple leadership roles at Wharton, including ten years as vice dean of its full-time MBA program. Snyder found Bach at IE Business School in Spain where he was dean of programs, the second most powerful job at the school.

‘THIS IS A MONSTER TEAM’

“This is a monster team and in some ways this is the perfect time to step aside from the day-to-day stuff,” says Snyder. “Anjani has 26 years of experience at Wharton. He has run all parts of Wharton over some period of time and david is getting promoted to deputy dean.”

Jain holds a bachelor’s degree in physics and mathematics from Indore University in India, an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, and a PhD in operations research from the University of California, Los Angeles. He joined the faculty of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1986 and served for 26 years before joining Yale SOM.

At Wharton he taught courses in operations management and management science at the MBA, PhD, and undergraduate levels. In 1993 he became director of Wharton’s MBA Program and was instrumental in several curricular initiatives. From 2000 to 2010 he served as vice dean and director of Wharton’s Graduate Division and from 2010 to 2012 as vice dean of Wharton’s MBA Program for Executives.

ACCOMPLISHED TEACHERS AND ADMINISTRATORS

Jain has won numerous teaching awards and has taught courses at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, and the Indian School of Business in Hyderabad and Mohali. He has served on the International Advisory Council of the ISB and as its co-area leader in operations management.

Bach, meantime, directs the school’s Executive MBA and the newly established Master in Advanced Management; spearheads engagement with the Global Network for Advanced Management; catalyzes curricular innovation in the area of global business; guides online education initiatives; and oversees Yale Center Beijing.

A winner of multiple teaching awards, Bach was named one of “40 under 40” business school professors by Poets&Quants, one of the “Top 50 business school professors on twitter”, and has twice given a GMAC keynote address on innovation in management education.

A native of Germany, he received his PhD and MA in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley, and holds a BA magna cum laude in Political Science and International Studies from Yale University.

 

 

以上内容摘自:

http://poetsandquants.com/2017/05/17/yale-som-dean-taking-a-one-year-sabbatical/ 

 

 

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