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Faculty Spotlight: Rocío Bonet
Meet one of IE Business School’s top researchers.
After finishing her PhD at the Wharton School of Business, Rocío Bonet chose to come to IE Business School to pursue her research in human resource management. Now she is a popular professor of Human Resources and Organizational Behavior, with students recognizing her as Best Professor several years. Her research appears in top-notch publications– like Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, and Academy of Management Journal–and she has received numerous awards to perform her research, including a Marie Curie grant from the European Commission and a GMAC fellowship. She has been an active member of the Strategic Human Capital Group at the Strategic Management Society since its inception and currently serves in the leadership team of the group.
26 Mar 2021Faculty, IE Community
IE Business School Alumni Innovating the Fashion Industry
From Middle East giant retailers to boutique menswear and much more IE alumni are innovating the fashion business with sustainable ventures.
26 Mar 2021IE Community, Programs, The School
Financial Times Ranks IE Business School 2nd in the World for Online MBA Programs
IE Business School is second in the world, for the fourth consecutive year, according to the Financial Times 2021 Ranking of Online MBA Programs.
22 Mar 2021Recognitions
Young Alumni from Business School Enjoy Circle of Enrichment
The first crop of IE Business School alumni to receive full scholarships for Executive Education programs praised the initiative that allows them to ...
18 Mar 2021IE Community, Programs, The School
IE Africa Club hosts Digitalizing Africa for the Future
How the birthplace of Fintech adapts to the latest technologies.
04 Mar 2021IE Community, The School
MBA Students Take Part in War Game Competition
IE Business School co-hosted the “2021 SMU & IE Competitive Intelligence, Scenario Planning & War Game” competition in partnership with Southern Methodist University and ESMT Berlin.
The event, in which 12 International MBA students participated, offered an immersive experience through the learning fundamentals of competitive intelligence, scenario planning, and war games. Participants attended virtual workshops about strategic planning and competitive intelligence.
“During the pandemic, we want to be able to bring something global, experiential learning and pedagogical to students without traveling internationally. We felt that a War Game could work well online,” said Linda Kao, Assistant Dean of Global Programs at SMU. “IE students could bring a different perspective and insights and it would be beneficial for everyone to work across culture and time zone collaboratively and win the strategic challenges!”
01 Mar 2021IE Community, Programs, The School
Seven Cool Podcasts Created by IE Business School Alumni
These IE students and alumni have taken their passions a step further.
23 Feb 2021IE Community, Programs, The School
The Perils of Advertising Luxury Brands on a Mobile OTT Platform
According to our study, looks like most of us are sufficiently patient, since we found that viewers wait in 70-80% of the cases.
23 Feb 2021
IE Pharma & Healthcare Club: Overcoming the Challenges of a Healthcare Startup
Pharma &Healthcare Club explore the digitalization in the healthcare industry.
23 Feb 2021Campus Life
The Moving Company: a story of IE Business School entrepreneurial spirit
Two undergrads turn student exodus into a business opportunity.
18 Feb 2021IE Community, Programs, The School
IE Business School Hosts 2021 EFMD Conference for Deans
Business school deans and directors general from around the world discussed the future of management education.
IE Business School hosted the 2021 EFMD Conference for Deans and Directors General, with Dean Martin Boehm chairing the three-day conference that focused on the theme of Finding Balance.
“This conference theme is fitting in three very different ways. At this conference, we will strike a balance between the past and the future. We will be looking to learn from the current crisis, find emerging trends from the new normal and discuss the importance of drafting a vision for management education of tomorrow,” Boehm explained in his opening remarks.
17 Feb 2021The School
IE Agribusiness Club: Redesigning Agri-Food Systems
How the agriculture industry is using new technologies to stay with the trend.
12 Feb 2021IE Community, The School