“This article was first published in Driving Innovation” http://drivinginnovation.ie.edu/women-mean-business/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social-PostOrganic&utm_content=women-in-business Equality and empowering all students are core concepts underpinning IE University’s innovative BBA degree IE University wants to play a leading role in making sure that the 21st century belongs equally to women and men, particularly in the world of business and entrepreneurship. It’s not just a case…Details
“I left my home to study abroad five years ago. During that time I have taken many important decisions as my parents have never imposed me anything. I joined the mentorship program because I first, wanted to familiarize myself with Spanish market and working environment; and second, hear the independent opinion of a person with…Details
We are excited to announce the launch of the new IE Women Scholarship & Mentoring Program. The program offers a unique combination of financial and mentoring support to female candidates in the 2017-2018 academic year for the following full time programs: International MBA, Master in Finance and Advanced Master in Finance, Master in Business Analytics and Big Data, Master in Cybersecurity,…Details
By Margarita Velásquez, Director of Strategic Relations at IE Business School. The success that women have achieved as executives, middle managers, and entrepreneurs provides an example for others to follow in the promotion of future generations. The recipe for tearing down barriers and fostering social and professional empowerment includes networking, working in networks, financial training,…Details
I FEMME – A project to help building schools for poor children in Asia – by IE staff and Alumnae Viet Ha Tran and Tetyana Kretova
“I FEMME” is an art photography project initiated by two IE Business School alumnae and currently employees, Tetyana Kretova (Executive MBA 2014) and Viet Ha Tran (Master in Marketing Management 2009). Inspired by empowering women and tremendously enthusiastic about developing talents, as well as driven by their passion for changing the world and a…Details
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
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
IE Business School Executive MBA Sonia Sánchez Plaza is among 100 gifted graduates in Poets & Quants 2017 Best & Brightest Executive MBAs!
#IEWomen Sonia Sánchez is one of the 2017 Best & Brightest Executive MBAs in Poets & Quants. Know who this gifted MBA is and do:
Wednesday , 14th June 2017 Maria de Molina, 11 17.00 – 20.00 Aula Magna In today’s marketplace, two paths are becoming more prominent in the career paths of women in the tech industry: the corporate track and the entrepreneurship track. The Women In Technology forum is aimed at providing insights and exposure to the…Details
Best Paper Award IE ´s Professors Celia De Anca and Patricia Gabaldón awarded Best Paper 2016 by Corporate Governance: A International Review
Since 2015, the Harold S. Geneen Institute of Corporate Governance at Bentley University rewards the most relevant and rigorous studies published in the journal with an annual Best Paper and Runner Up Awards. The Editorial Advisory Board nominates CGIR papers, published in the previous year, which are practically relevant to corporate governance issues. We want…Details
Julia Sánchez , Head of IE Global Alumni Relations, represented #iewomen at the Women Driving Innovation event in Accenture España. Among other things, she talked about the role of women at IE, and how our diversity opens the space for more creative solutions.
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“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
Calle Maria de Molina: worth every cent! Determined, focused, organised and adventurous are some of the words that can be used to describe me. That, which perhaps explains how for over 18 years I have had a professional career in Finance – Banking, Asset Management, the lot – with a first degree in…Details
It’s a village of hard working, good hearted, and active contributors who I thank for my past, present, and future successes.
This post would’ve never happened without: parents who instilled skills of resourcefulness, perseverance, and work-ethics from the start; a third-grade teacher who first saw potential in me and who loaned my parents money to buy my first computer; a sixth-grade teacher who believed in me and helped me apply to Phillips Academy; college professors…Details