Maryam Sultan Abdullah – Alumni of the Month January 2018

Maryam Sultan Abdullah graduated from the International MBA in 2011 and now works as Operations Analyst at the World Bank. Previously posted at © Ideas Full name: Maryam Sultan Abdullah IE program studied and graduation year: IMBA2011 Current position: Operations Analyst at the World Bank Proudest achievement: Proud of my successful projects Careers Tip:  Work Hard, enjoy…

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IE Women in Business Club 2017 Dinner Series

Last week, the IE Women in Business Club celebrated a new dinner of the WIB Dinner series, with leading female professionals in the Consumer Goods Industry. Katharina Streibich, IE WIB Club Coordinator : “We would like to thank our amazing speakers for sharing with us their experience and challenges in this sector”: María Ruiz – Southern Europe Talent…

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IE Women in Business Club 2017 Dinner Series

Last week, the IE Women in Business Club celebrated a new dinner of the WIB Dinner series, themed Women in Technology. Katharina Streibich, IE WIB Club Coordinator : “A big thank you to our amazing speakers which shared with us both personal and professional advises”: -Déborah Fernandez – GA360 Lead Spain and Portugal, Google -Mildred Laya Azuaje…

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IE Professor, Cristina Cruz, presents her multimedia case at the World Business Forum

Born into a family business, IE Professor Cruz dedicates most of her teaching and research to studying organizations in which a family group is present and has an influence in strategic decision making. The results of her research have been published in leading international academic journals and in recognition of this research work, in 2010,…

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The keys to the business family’s success in Latin America

If there is something that distinguishes companies under family control from other companies, it is that for their owners, wealth generation implies not only the creation of financial value but also the creation of “socio-emotional value”, which includes aspects such as preservation of the legacy or the promotion of family unity. And if there is…

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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…

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Dr. Celia de Anca

Dr. Celia de Anca is currently the Director of the Centre for Diversity in Global Management at IE Business School. She was previously the Director of Corporate Programmes at the Euro-Arab Management School (EAMS), Granada. She has also worked for the Fundación Cooperación Internacional y Promoción Ibero-América Europa. (CIPIE) and at the International Division of Banco…

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IE Women in Business Club – 2017 Dinner Series by Maud Crettex Luong , MBA Candidate 2017

Last Monday, the IE Women in Business Club launched the first chapter of its 2017 Dinner Series. The concept is simple:  we invite you to have dinner with a top executive who comes to share insights on his/her career path and how to succeed in the workplace. Each dinner is open to a maximum of 12 participants to enable a…

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“The Different Reasons Men and Women Leave Their Successful Startups”

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

Is It OK for a Bunch of Men to Lead a “Women in the Workforce” ?

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.

https://hbr.org/2017/02/is-it-ok-for-a-bunch-of-men-to-lead-a-women-in-the-workforce-initiative?utm_campaign=hbr&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social