# 11 in the Americas: INCAE Business School among the best business schools in the continent according to the Financial Times
#1 in Latin America
On January 9th Professor Andrew Hoffman gave a talk about academic commitment in public and political discourse in an event sponsored by INCAE’s Strachan Chair of Philanthropy and Social Investment, attended by INCAE faculty and researchers.
And now that I am here, let me share some reflections with you. The invitation to this event read, "We are on the verge of the collapse of our business financially, economically, and socially." It also says: "As a group of businessmen and professionals, we met to take urgent action in the face of this overwhelming situation."
Health care systems in Latin America are facing more complex challenges than those at the turn of the century due to population growth and aging. Population over 65 years old amounts now to 51.8 million, an annual growth of 3.43% in 2000.
In preparation for dealing with challenging issues in their organizations, communities and countries, INCAE MBA students acquire both in-depth knowledge on management, socioeconomic context and business culture, and skills in leadership, communication and teamwork.