Chiang Mai University Business School by Assistant Professor Khongphu Nimanandh, Dean together with Assistant Dean included Associate Professor Dr.Narumon Kimpakorn, Associate Professor Dr.Adisak Theeranuphattana, and Assistant Professor Dr.Pichayalak Pichayakul joined the AAPBS 2022 Annual Meeting under the theme “Business education futures: reimagining and reconnecting” at Sofitel Brisbane Central, Australia that University of Queensland Business School hosted onsite this year after the pandemic (Covid-19).
When learners master mental health and well-being they not only thrive in the classroom, but they also set themselves up to be better business leaders. It’s become imperative for business schools to make mental health and well-being a priority at their institutions, but many are going about it in different ways. Join this session to hear from business schools the efforts they are making to ensure they’re turning out mentally healthy, emotionally intelligent managers who are prepared to lead others in the workforce, as well as why this is crucial from the industry perspective. Leave this session with a greater understanding of what contributes to mental health and well-being on campus and in the classroom and the steps you can take in supporting your students, staff, and faculty. Siriwut Buranapin, Associate Professor of Management, Chiang Mai University Prabhat Pankaj, Director, Jaipuria Institute of Management (Lucknow, Noida, Jaipur, Indore) Source: https://www.aacsb.edu/events/2022/11/cn-2022-november-asia-pacific-annual-conference/keynote-speakers
Chiang Mai University Business School and Electrical Engineering Academic Association (Thailand) hosted the Global Technology Business and Management Conference (GTBMC) 2022 in the topic “Beyond Frontier in Energy Business and Technology Management” between November 2-4, 2022 at Le Méridien Chiang Mai. Assistant Professor Khongphu Nimanandh, Dean of Chiang Mai University Business school, together with Associate Professor Dr. Athikom Roeksabutr, President of Electrical Engineering Academic Association (Thailand) gave an opening and welcome speeches to contributors, 31 presenters from 14 organization in 5 countries included Japan, United States, Brunei, Croatia and 148 attendees. In this year, GTBMC 2022 received sponsorships from Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA), Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT), Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA), Kumwell Corporation Public Company Limited, and Benyapa Power Line Company Limited. All contributor sent representatives to attend the conference and also keynote speeches included Mr. Warit Rattanachuen, Assiatant Governor Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) in the topic “The Role of EGAT on ASEAN Grid”, Mr. Pongsakorn …