Martha Thorne, the woman who commands the most relevant architecture prize

Article previously published on El País by Carlos Primo. Martha Thorne, Dean of IE School of Architecture and Design and the executive director of the Pritzker, believes that “the architects of yesteryear looked only at their buildings, as a reflection of themselves, those of today, the good ones, look outwards” Martha Thorne was surprised by the economic crisis of…

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Alessandra Aloisio (IE): “The experience of women who have developed scientific or technical careers can help to banish prejudices”

Prejudices continue to weigh on the presence of women in STEM degrees Women in science careers: Why are they still in the minority? Article previously published in Spanish on Soziable.es, written by Ignacio Santa María. It was not easy for Ada Byron, Jocelyn Bell or Marie Curie. Do not dedicate yourself to science or technology is not…

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María Eugenia Girón: “The same customer who travels on a low-cost airline sleeps later at the George V”

Previously published in Spanish on consensodelmercado.com by Fernando Barciela. María Eugenia Girón is Executive Director of IE Premium & Prestige Business Observatory. Her career -Loewe, Carrera y carrera …- and position endorses her as a reference voice in the industry, and services, of the luxury world. A world in which “Spain is taking weight” because here the market grows…

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‘Female Leadership: The Impact on Organizations’ by IE Professors

Authors: Julio de Castro, Professor and Director of Doctoral Programs at IE Business School; Rachida Justo, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Social Entrepreneurship at IE Business School; and Luisa Delgado-Márquez, Research Fellow at IE Business School. Previously published on IE Insights. Women’s presence on management teams is generally associated with a stronger social commitment and a more participatory leadership style. An analysis of women’s…

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