IE Business School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have been collaborating in both the US and Spain for some time now, primarily through the offering of a Dual Degree option for the International MBA, our 1-year full time MBA program. Until now, graduates of the Dual Degree could go on to complete a…Details
In order to join the Global Executive MBA candidates should have more than 10 years of work experience averaging 13-14 years. Participants are coming from a broad variety of cultures, industries, functions and scopes of job. All of them are managing teams, budgets and other resources for more than 3 years. You can imagine the wealth of experience accumulated in this group….
Watch the following videos to learn how participants learn from each other and enjoy the richness of experiences.
Enjoy as well some individuals comments from participants from the last intakes:Details
Professor Zhijian Cui will be travelling through Asia in June to talk about “How to reinvent your company”. He will address questions like: Do companies lose their innovation drive? Why are start-ups more innovative than multinational companies? Can innovation be structured and institutionalized? Cui’s highlights the importance of innovating business models and developing a framework on…Details
Moritz is a passionate entrepreneur with a strong drive to revolutionize the offline shopping experience through the stocard App. After graduating from IE Business School, Moritz has been working on his business venture and is currently holding the position of Business Development/CFO of Stocard, Germany. Here is his entrepreneurial story: Are you tired of the mess in your wallet…Details
There’s a Japanese proverb that says that the person who makes poor quality goods is worse than a thief, because he makes things that neither last nor provide true satisfaction, while a thief at least redistributes wealth in society. Well, when it comes to quality Prof. María Eugenia Girón knows everything there is to know. Here she…Details
It is difficult to get a sense on how students spend their non-lecture time at IE. For potential candidate this piece of information however is important as a Master degree in a foreign country should not just only be about academics and learning. Immersing into culture, learning Spanish and build up the personal and professional…Details
In this video IE Business School leadership professor Margarita Mayo uses tango dancing as a metaphor to speak about leadership. She draws an interesting comparison between the two from the perspective of the dancer’s role in tango. The origin of the word tango has always intrigued me. There are many theories about its roots. One…Details
In an upcoming talk about “How to create successful brands” (Singapore, April 17, 19.00, register here) Prof. Dr. Martin Boehm will reveal the strategic role that brands play in driving business growth and profitability and why have brands become key assets in organizations. In a highly competitive and saturated market environment, building strong brands has become…Details
There are certain people you meet in life that make you feel you could tell them anything. I call them “Divan People” because it’s as if there were an irresistible force pulling you towards them and causing you to talk as freely as if you were on a psychologist’s Couch. This is the case of Juan…Details
My name is Deep Mehta and I am a current student of the International MBA (November 2012 intake) at IE. As some of you must have guessed, I am an Indian and an engineer (that’s almost obvious) by qualification; but a polymer engineer (we are a rare species) and not an IT guy. Post that…Details
Work hard, play hard and have fun – this is probably a statement every MBA student can sign. After long sessions of case discussions, presentations, negotiations, there is always time to enjoy. Watch the video from one of the sections of the MBA which graduated literally one year ago in December 2011.
The 7th edition of the IE Social Responsibility Forum was held on November 23rd and 24th, and welcomed speakers from a number of companies including, Gabi Zedlmayer; Vice President of Global Social Innovation at HP, Maite Arago; VP and Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Grupo Vips, Stephanie Schmidt; Director FEC Mexico at Ashoka, and…Details
Various IE Business School alumni spoke to current students about career changes, how to deal with failure, and about keeping your mind open.
Two IE Business School alumni and a student, currently working in Asia, share their thoughts on the subject. -Gregorie Perez is a student of the IE Brown Executive MBA working in Philippines. -Yvette Hu is an International MBA alumna working in China. -Thomas Sypre, is an International Executive MBA (aka Global Executive MBA) alumnus working…Details