The Wharton Club of France and the INSEAD Alumni Association France are pleased to invite you to a panel discussion on the Future of Business Education. Business leaders of tomorrow need to be multifaceted, driving the change from shareholder to stakeholder capitalism with a strong sense of purpose and urgency. Future leaders will need to harness massive technological change, balance growth with ESG goals, foster entrepreneurial spirit and achieve significant inclusion objectives such as reinforcing diversity and building stronger bridges between culture. What are the most important skills business schools should teach today, tomorrow and how? And beyond business school, how can Alumni play a role in shaping the "what" to teach? This panel will be moderated by Andrew Jack, Global Education Editor at the Financial Times. Our panelists are Jacqueline Curzon, WG'93, Executive and Non-executive Board member (Transportation, Pension Funds, M&A); Serguei Netessine, Senior Vice Dean for Innovation and Global Initiatives, Wharton; Javier Gimeno, Dean of Faculty, Professor of Strategy, INSEAD; and Pascale Witz, MBA INSEAD 96J, Chairwoman, Board Director, Strategic Advisor, Former CEO.