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Professor Margarita Mayo Receives Prize at Business Book Awards
Margarita Mayo has received the Highly Commended award for ‘An Exceptional Book by a Woman 2019’ at the Business Book Awards 2019.
Margarita Mayo, Professor of Leadership at IE Business School, has received the Highly Commended award for ‘An Exceptional Book by a Woman 2019’ at the Business Book Awards 2019 for her book “Yours Truly: Staying authentic in leadership and life” (Bloomsbury 2018).
Yours Truly examines how executives can remain true to themselves – and thus lead effectively – while striving for business success and self-renewal. To demonstrate this core of authentic leadership, Professor Mayo draws on her decades of research and teaching, and a host of inspirational examples from executives of multinational corporations as well as political and sports leaders. In her book, Mayo contends that there are three characteristics – heart, habits and harmony – that differentiate authentic from non-authentic leaders.
23 May 2019
Graduate Business Forum Recognizes IE Students at 2019 Leadership Awards
The 2019 Graduate Business Forum global conference (GBC2019) in Paris’ ESCP awarded IE MBA students for the success of their IE Big Data Club.
16 May 2019The School
Two IE Professors win the 2018 EFMD Case Writing Competition
Two IE Professors, Guillermo de Haro and Guillermo de Velasco, win the 2018 EFMD Case Writing Competition for the multimedia case “An App You ...
14 May 2019Faculty, Recognitions, The School
IE Business School, recognized among the world’s best business schools by FIND MBA
The IE Business School MBA programs have been included in its ‘Top Lists by Specialization for 2019’.
14 May 2019The School
IE Pioneers Discussion on Opportunities in Islamic Finance and Tourism
Over a dozen renowned speakers from Islamic and Spanish institutions engaged in a full-day conference centered on new scenarios in the Muslim world.
In collaboration with Casa Arabé and the Dubai Islamic Economy Development Center, IE Business School hosted a one-day conference in Madrid with some high-level executives from the Islamic financial and economic landscape. The conference sparked discussion around the business opportunities brought by the flourishing growth of Islamic Fintech, online crowd-funding and venture capital. In parallel, the experts provided executives and professors with insights into the rise of the halal economy and tourism industry, expected to reach $233 billion in 2020.
The event hosted two panels, welcomed by Carlos Mad, Executive Vice President of IE Foundation and Pedro Martinez-Avial, Director General of Casa Arabe, who stressed the importance of nurturing the relationship with Islamic Businesses in Spain and overseas, along with IE’s commitment to encourage ongoing exchanges.
10 Apr 2019IE Community, The School
Valence Media CFO shares the key to a successful career in Finance with IE Business School students
Former CFO of the Walt Disney Company spoke to students about the importance of soft skills to succeed in the finance world.
02 Apr 2019Campus Life
IE Students Get the Scoop on Olympic Games’ Strategic Partnerships
Senior Manager of Strategic Partnerships, Mark Anthony Conlon gave IE students a behind-the-scenes look into the challenges of marketing, promotion ...
02 Apr 2019IE Community
President of Bosch Group Spain discusses mobility, smart cities and digital innovation with IE Business School students
President of Bosch Group Spain, Mr. Javier González Pareja, intrigued students with an open discussion around the future of mobility, smart cities ...
15 Mar 2019Campus Life
Oracle’s Senior Vice President Leopoldo Boado shares industry insights with IE University students
Oracle Senior Vice President for Applications Europe and Country Manager Spain Leopoldo Boado visited IE University on Monday to discuss the future ...
06 Mar 2019Campus Life
IE Business School, 2nd business school in the world for online MBA programs in Financial Times ranking
The 18-month Global MBA, delivered in English, has already been attended by executives from more than 60 countries.
IE Business School further consolidates its international position with its 18-month Global MBA, delivered in English, which has already been attended by executives from more than 60 countries. This year, the FT ranks IE Business School’s Global MBA as the third online MBA in the world for students’ professional development.
The Global MBA has 94% international students, 33% of whom are women, and combines online training with classroom sessions, videoconferences and discussion forums in a globalized and digital environment. The Financial Times ranking analyzes aspects such as the students’ profile, their career path, the academic experience, the degree of diversity and the quality of the faculty, among others.
04 Mar 2019Recognitions
IE Business School and Frankfurt School of Finance & Management Leverage Strategic Alliance with First Student Exchange
The strategic alliance between IE Business School and the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management gave its first fruits in the form of a ...
27 Feb 2019The School
Art Business Leaders Discuss Art in the Age of Disruption
IE held the first Make Art Work: Art in the Age of Disruption, with speakers from the art scene discussing current challenges the industry faces.
25 Feb 2019Campus Life
Governor of Banco de Portugal Speaks to IE Business School Students
The Governor of Banco de Portugal visited IE Business School and spoke to business students about “Regulation, Supervision and Financial ...
18 Feb 2019Campus Life