On February 25, 2014, Joe Fox, Associate Dean and Director of MBA Programs, was named President of the MBA Roundtable. A collaborative, nonprofit organization, founded in 1995, the MBA Roundtable facilitates the exchange of information and resources on MBA curricular innovation. More than 170 business schools from across the world are members.
Joe graciously and humbly accepted the charge at a time when MBA programs are, as he put it, under close scrutiny. “At many of our schools, the MBA model is going through rapid exploration and change. At a moment like this, the mission and goals of the MBAR are even more critical and relevant. What a fortuitous time to be a member of the MBAR – and what an exciting time to be able to help steer the course for this valuable organization.”
Joe’s expansive 16 years of leadership at the Olin Business School includes managing the Full-Time MBA program, the Professional MBA program and the Specialized Masters Programs. We congratulate him on this new endeavor and for the recognition he so greatly deserves for being a leader within MBA community at large.
Image: Joe Fox pictured with students finalists at OSCC 2014 event, by Earl Banez