International Management Teachers Academy (IMTA), Bled 2009
CEEMAN’s IMTA – International Management Teachers Academy provides a unique opportunity for young faculty to improve their teaching skills, methods, and materials, including teaching with cases, case writing, course design, and curricula development. It also helps to improve competences and skills related to specific managerial disciplines, and provides inputs related to other aspects of a faculty member’s professional life, such as consulting, institution development and administration, and social responsibility. The exchange of ideas and experiences with colleagues from other countries proves to be a valuable source of learning, and an effective instrument for the establishment of professional contacts and networks.
Structure and program
IMTA is an intensive and highly interactive two-week program. Week 1 focuses on the common issues related to general aspects of management education, with a special emphasis on the use of the case method. It also deals with the requirement and skills related to the multiple role of faculty. The innovations in management development are discussed in the context of the use of IT, project based education, integration of arts, culture and other non-managerial disciplines. Week 2 in IMTA 2009 is structured into four disciplinary tracks: Finance, Marketing, Leadership and Change Management, and Strategic Management.
The work methods of IMTA include lectures and debates, individual preparation, small group discussions and teamwork, case discussion, simulations, role-play, readings, presentations, and the use of IT.
Core program faculty includes a high-profile team of internationally renowned professors with experience in various areas of management educatio
more @ IMTA homepage
Faculty that Schools are Seeking for: Leadership in Teaching
Plenary session Disciplinary Teaching
Interviews with professors
Interviews with participants
Plenary Session: : PRIME and welcome to IMTA Alumni Association
Plenary Session: Being a faculty: Challenges and Temptations of the Profession
Leisure time - fun stuff during IMTA 2009