Between the second and third core periods of the International MBA curriculum, students explore – through a series of presentations from outside experts, online simulation, interactive workshops, group work and on-site company visits – the challenges and opportunities of discontinuous change. Topics will vary each year to include climate change, demographic change, nanotechnology, or the…Details
We are pleased to inform you that we shall be hosting sessions on Financial Aid during the months of April, May and June. We understand that undertaking a Master’s degree can be one of the most important decisions of your professional career. We are therefore very happy to offer financial support to help certain students…Details
IE Business School holds the no. 10 position worldwide in executive education programs in the 2009 Financial Times ranking. The FT report, which analyzes the quality of executive education programs around the world, ranked IE no. 4 in open programs. These results further consolidate IE Business School as an international reference in the field of…Details
It is time to recover a strategic view and act differently since the outlook has changed radically in recent months. Therefore, the first consideration would be to move away from old paradigms that almost certainly cannot be applied in today’s world. We need to adapt to the new context and, as human beings, that is never an easy task. With this in mind, I offer the following Decalogue:
– Strategic thought: separate what is urgent from what is important. Many important issues are never approached and give rise to situations that are unsustainable in the long term. Government bodies must be created as true watchtowers to gain a peripheral view and take decisions that anticipate change. In all sincerity, many of today’s difficult situations could have been foreseen some time ago and corrective measures could have been taken, but sometimes you can’t see the wood for the trees.