Adventurous tour in CIS with top Professors. Living June on the road!

June has been rich on events in the CIS region. Jose Esteeves, professor of IT and Innovations and Carl Kock, professor of Strategy went on a trip with CIS office of IE visiting Baku, St. Petersburg, Moscow and Almaty. Jose Esteeves, continuously ranked by students as top professor on his subject, shared in Baku the…

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IE MASTER CLASS:Creating Competitive Advantage Beyond the Market
Whilst you are thinking, participating and coming up with ideas related to current issues, you will also be experiencing what a real class is like on an IE program and understand the difference between traditional teaching methodologies and the methods used by the world’s top schools, based on real case studies, team work, and situations where the student is the protagonist.
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In a more complicated and increasingly globalized world, mastering markets is no longer enough. This session will show how companies and their bottom lines are increasingly affected by government policy, changing regulations, activist pressure, and media scrutiny – anywhere in the world and often instantaneously. How can and should companies respond to these growing “nonmarket” pressures? The session will highlight both challenges and opportunities of strategic nonmarket management and leave participants with a fuller picture of the realities of global management in the 21st century.
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Upcoming MASTER CLASS in Baku: World Economic Outlook: two-speed recovery from the Great Recession

IE Business School and Professor Gonzalo Garland would like to invite you to attend a Master Class titled World Economic Outlook: A two-speed recovery from the Great Recession, taking place in Baku on Monday 28th November. Date and Time : Monday, November 28th, 19:00-21:00hrs Address: Park Hyatt Baku (Amirov room) 1033 Izmir Street, Baku, AZERBAIJAN…

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IE: Creating opportunities and growth in times of Crisis

In times of crisis, only imagination is more important than knowledge”, Albert Einstein

IE (Business School), an international renowned think-tank focused in innovation & entrepreneurship and one of the top business schools worldwide, has launched a cycle of conferences and workshops in various locations throughout Europe and CIS to discuss the solutions and opportunities that lie behind a region deep in crisis. These are the upcoming events:

  • 30th September Tbilisi, Georgia “Achieving Success through Networking and Social Capital” with Professor Steven D´Souza
  • 21st October Milan, Italy “Building Successful brands” with Professor Martin Boehm
  • 2nd November Brussels, Belgium “The Giant Within: How to Build Organizational Growth” with Professor Pablo Martin de Holan
  • 3rd November Paris, France “The Giant Within: How to Build Organizational Growth” with Professor Pablo Martin de Holan
  • 8th November Zurich, Switzerland “Creating Competitive Advantage Beyond the Market” with Professor David Bach
  • 11th November Munich, Germany “What is your customer worth” with Professor Martin Boehm
  • 15th November Moscow, Russia “Inside luxury” with Professor Maria Eugenia Girón
  • 22nd November Bucharest, Romania “The Giant Within: How to Build Organizational Growth” with Professor Pablo Martin de Holan
  • 24th November Istanbul, Turkey “The Spanish Soccer League: Are Real Madrid and FC Barcelona getting better while the rest get worse? with Professor Eduardo Fernandez-Cantelli
  • 28th November Baku, Azerbaijan “World Economic Outlook: A two-speed recovery from the Great Recession” with Professor Gonzalo Garland

Rather than focus on the crisis itself and its causes, IE wants to unveil the opportunities that can be pursued by companies, professionals and entrepreneurs. With the support of the business community, experts from different areas and the civil society, IE experts will explore growth and opportunities for professionals and companies covering a myriad of topics and areas: from exciting possibilities in emerging markets to the new skills that professionals must develop in order to move up the corporate ladder, as well as sectorial opportunities in fast-growth industries.

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