WRITTEN BY: Melissa Jun Rowley. Melissa Jun Rowley is a journalist, entrepreneur and activist focused on the intersection of storytelling, technology and social justice. As the founder and CEO of Humanise, Inc., she is developing The Toolbox, a data-driven humanitarian initiative created by musician Peter Gabriel. @MelissaRowley Article ‘What Silicon Valley can learn from Lebanon’s…Details
“Technology, innovation and digitalisation must be seen as sources of income and not as costs to a business”
WRITTEN BY: Amber Wigmore Álvarez. Dr Amber Wigmore Álvarez is executive director of career services, IE Business School – Talent and Careers, Spain. You can follow her at @wigmorealvarez Article ‘Gamification – The future of graduate recruitment’ by Amber Wigmore Álvarez. 19 May 2017. Issue No:460 Link: http://www.universityworldnews.com/article.php?story=20170517001336741 A few years ago digital transformation stopped being an…Details
IE Business School MBAs Lolita Taub and Andrea Fouche are among 100 gifted graduates in Poets & Quants’ 2017 “Best & Brightest MBAs”!
#IEWomen Lolita Taub and Andrea Fouche are 2017 “Best & Brightest MBAs” in Poets & Quants’. Know who these gifted MBAs are and do:
POST WRITTEN BY: Randy Bean Randy Bean is CEO and managing partner of consultancy NewVantage Partners. You can follow him at @RandyBeanNVP. It has become abundantly clear by now. Successful business adoption of Big Data and analytics initiatives is largely a function of overcoming cultural impediments. These “cultural” factors have been the principal barrier to…Details
I Am Woman, created and founded by KGEF (Karan Gupta Education Foundation) and IE Business School, it is a platform where power women from various fields, from CEOs of top companies to leaders in performing arts, are honored with women empowerment awards. Gauri Sawant is a transgender activist who was thrown out of…Details
The world will become a better place for both genders when women get a fair share of influence.
Written by Alyssa McMurtry
The article sites a study conducted by Margarita Mayo, professor of leadership at IE Business School, that suggests that despite their success, women are generally more affected by criticism.
The tiny proportion of women and non-white winners underscores the need to reconfigure our human structures to allow talent to flourish. http://shapingthefuture.economist.com/nobel-prize-diversity/ Written by James Badcock The author cites Celia De Anca professor of global diversity at IE Business School and Director of the IE Center for Diversity in Global Management in her views on…Details
E Business School professor Rachida Justo challenges both the prevalence of failure overall and women’s higher failure rates in her Harvard Business Review article “The Different Reasons Men and Women Leave Their Successful Startups”: https://hbr.org/2017/02/the-different-reasons-men-and-women-leave-their-successful-startups
Gender equality is not a “women’s issue” — it’s a huge political, economic, and social opportunity. It is a massive business issue that more than 75% of corporate CEOs currently put on their agenda of top 10 issues.
The post discusses various aspects of this opportunity.
AUDI has made an important statement in regards to corporate diversity by showcasing this bold Super Bowl TV commercial. According to their official YouTube channel: “Progress is in every decision we make, every technology we invent, every vehicle we build. It’s our past, our future, our reason to exist. Audi of America is committed to…Details
By By Ilana Yurkiewicz. Scientificamerican
An empirical evaluation on correlation of gender bias with scientific causes.
By John Battelle
An interesting read on how Lori Goler has helped the company scale from 500 to 15000+ people.
Academicians try to crack the problem of gender balance and leadership. by Della Bradshaw
The real reason why more women don’t rise to the top of companies by Joseph Schumpeter.
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