How to lead in virtual collaborations?

Leading global organizations have to compete 24 hours a day, in both established and emerging markets, and in highly dynamic sectors.  Effective virtual collaboration is the key to ensuring these organizations can more effectively use their human talent to manage across borders, and attain both stakeholder expectations and growth objectives.  During this Master Class participants…


Global MBA / EMBA explained

Sometimes it’s difficult to decide whether to work or to study, especially when your corporate development is smoothly and you don’t really need an additional degree to grow professionally. REALLY? Have you considered what your peers are doing? They might get an MBA Degree meanwhile you’re enjoying working… and to make the next big step…


IE’s Global MBA ranks 1st worldwide

IE Business School has been ranked the No. 1 business school in the world by the QS Distance Online MBA Ranking, an international survey conducted by QS Intelligence Unit.

The ranking examines the quality of online, distance and blended MBA programs, and is based on criteria that include the employability of graduates, student profiles, levels of diversity, faculty, academic experience and international accreditations of the MBA program.

The ranking reflects the fact that in 2008 4.4% of MBA program candidates were interested mainly in online and distance MBAs, rising to 15.6% in 2012. Nunzio Quacquarelly, editor of the Top MBA Careers Guide, said that the attraction of this type of MBA is growing among candidates and recruiters, who recognize the value of such programs run by prestigious schools. “This new ranking provides a snapshot of a sector that is evolving fast. It’s a new tool that will help students select an MBA program.” Newton Campos, Director of Admissions for Blended Programs at IE Business School, says that there has been a major shift in the mentality of businesses, particularly in innovative, high-tech companies that operate online. “These firms prefer graduates from our blended MBAs, which combine online and onsite learning, to traditional face-to-face programs. Recruiters realize that these graduates have the profile and skills they need.”