By Tania Romero A year ago, while I was studying my Msc in Business Analytics and Big Data, I was also a coordinator of the Big Data Club. We organized the first Women in Tech forum with the objective of providing insights and exposure to the IE community on the impact that women have in…Details
Women’s Leadership in Media Act of the US Chamber of Commerce in Spain. Yesterday, the American Chamber of Commerce in Spain (AmChamSpain) celebrated the Balcony Group kick-off, an association of female journalists which works to promote women’s professional development in the world of communications and has signed a collaboration agreement with AmChamSpain, specifically with its Gender Diversity & Inclusion Committee. The event,…Details
Previously published on Expansión. The large foreign companies ask the government and the autonomous communities for shock measures to boost the birth rate and increase the labor force. (Available only in Spanish) Las multinacionales alertan del descenso de la natalidad y piden que se incentive Las grandes empresas extranjeras piden al Gobierno y a las comunidades autónomas…Details
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…Details
The Women in Business Club wants to bringing together both women and men to celebrate the end of the academic year with a networking cocktail. Bring along a male colleague, class mate or friend that has empowered you during your experience in IE. Confirm the number of attendees by writing in the comments section upon…Details
An assistant professor at IE Business School, Jain’s research focuses on judgment and decision making. She is particularly interested in developing an understanding on how individuals and groups make assessments about future uncertainty and how personality traits, emotions, and decision frames influence judgments. She also maintains interest in areas of negotiation and conflict management. “When…Details
((Article only available in Spanish)) Originalmente publicado en Vogue: Construir en Femenino. Martha Thorne, directora del Premio Pritzker, y Odile Decq, fundadora del estudio que lleva su nombre, se reúnen para debatir sobre los límites del género en la arquitectura. Más de la mitad de estudiantes de arquitectura de Europa son mujeres, pero al mercado…Details
By Celia de Anca and Salvador Aragón Originally published by Harvard Business Review. Diversity means different things to different people. In a study of 180 Spanish corporate managers, we explored perceptions of diversity and found that depending on who is answering, diversity usually means one of three things: demographic diversity (our gender, race, sexual orientation, and…Details
FactorW2017 is the largest professional event in Spain on Diversity, Equality and Gender, which will take place on November 14 at the Goya Multiespacio Theater. The second edition of FactorW has established itself as the reference event in subjects of Diversity, Equality and Gender. An EXCLUSIVE event for professionals, mainly from the areas of Human…Details
IFEMME Opened Doors to Raise 100 000 EUR to change that. A fine art photography project IFEMME created by a Vietnamese photographer Viet Ha Tran and a Ukrainian white shirts brand Simplifi inaugurated its first exhibition in alma mater of its founders IE at Maria Molina 31/Velasquez on 16 November 2017. Register here for the…Details
The European Central Bank helds its first (internal) event on Diversity and Inclusion: “United in Diversity” the 12 th and 13th of June 2017. The main objective of “United in Diversity” event was to raise awareness about the added-value of diversity and inclusion in general as well as about specific diversity facets such as gender, nationality,…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
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.