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IE Business School Professor Fabrizio Salvador Featured on Thinkers50 Radar

“An outstanding conceptual thinker and a passionate champion of operations.” – Thinkers50.

IE Business School is pleased to announce that Fabrizio Salvador, Professor of Operations Management, is included on the 2019 Radar list from Thinkers50.  Produced annually, the Thinker50 Radar features the top 30 emerging thinkers to watch in the coming year, individuals whose work will shape the future of how organizations are managed and led.

In addition to his work at IE Business School, which includes serving as Academic Director of Applied Research at IE University, Salvador has been visiting professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Shanghai University, as well as adjunct Faculty Research Associate at Arizona State University.

Salvador’s research focuses on the mechanisms through which organizations recombine or reuse their resources (product and service components, people, business processes and organizational units) to respond to uncertainty in their operational environments.

22 Jan 2019

 

IE Alumni Land Spots on Forbes’ 30 Under 30: Spain 2018 List

Four members of the IE Business School community snagged coveted spots on Forbes’ list of 30 Under 30 in Spain 2018, the annual roundup of the ...

15 Jan 2019

 

Kofi Appenteng, President of the Africa-America Institute, at IE Business School graduation ceremony

IE Business School today held the graduation ceremony for more than 800 students of 88 nationalities who have successfully completed International ...

14 Dec 2018

 

IE Business School, 12th in the world in the Executive MBA Financial Times ranking

IE Business School has been placed 12th business school in the world in the ranking of Executive MBA programs published by the Financial Times on ...

15 Oct 2018

 

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IE Business School boosts the technological immersion of students to transform the learning experience

Madrid, 5 October 2018. IE Business School unveiled its commitment to the technological immersion of its students, which will revolutionize the ...

08 Oct 2018

 

IE Business School holds graduation ceremony 2018

IE Business School today held the graduation ceremony for the students of its MBA, Masters in Finance and Master in Management programs. In the ...

20 Jul 2018

 

IE Foundation Observatory on Demography and Generational Diversity reveals management of senior employees and the design of specific policies are key for the future of the labor market

Presentation of the report on Senior Employees in Spanish Business Organizations: Realities and Challenges.

The management of senior employees and the design of specific policies for this particular segment of the active population will play a pivotal role in growing the labor market according to the findings of a report on Senior Employees in Spanish Business Organizations: Realities and Challenges. The report was presented today by Rafael Puyol, Director of the IE Foundation Observatory of Demography and Generational Diversity, who headed the study. The report underscores the fact that one in four inhabitants of Spain will be over 65 years old by 2031 due to the inexorable ageing process taking place in the labor market, the evolution of which will result in a new labor market with a very different structure. The study cross referenced its findings with the forecasts for demographic change and evaluated the experiences and best practices of 16 European companies with regard to managing employees aged over 55.

The study also found that there are several reasons workers over 55 years of age are in a good position to extend their working lives, such as the fact they are doing work which does not take such a toll on their physical health, they enjoy good health in general, and government policies now defend their right to work beyond the age of retirement and limit early retirement schemes. The report also found senior employees will play an increasingly important role in the economy over the next 10 years, which means it is essential to examine the impact of people working beyond retirement age and how it will affect productivity levels on a global level.

12 Jun 2018

 

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IE brings together more than 1,000 graduates from 50 countries in the Global Alumni Weekend in Madrid

More than 1,000 IE graduates from 50 countries attended the IE Global Alumni Weekend 2018, the main annual meeting of the business school’s alumni. ...

12 Jun 2018

 

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IE Business School and Frankfurt School of Finance & Management join forces to boost finance education

IE Business School and Frankfurt School of Finance and Management have signed a strategic agreement to launch joint finance education initiatives. ...

06 Jun 2018

 

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IE Foundation and Sagardoy Abogados team up to drive research on demography and senior workers

The IE Foundation and Spanish law firm Sagardoy Abogados today signed an agreement to encourage research projects by the IE Foundation's Demography ...

30 May 2018

 

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IE Business School’s new Global MBA takes digital transformation education to the next level

IE Business School’s Global MBA program has been reinvented to take education in the field of digital transformation and disruption to the next ...

28 May 2018

 

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IE Business School leads FinTech education in Europe

IE Business School Masters in Finance now offer the opportunity to specialize in FinTech.

11 May 2018

 

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IE Business School and Oracle educate MBA students about blockchain technology

In recent weeks more than 90 students of IE Business School’s International MBA program have been examining the challenges and opportunities ...

07 May 2018

 

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IE and DigitalES analize the impact of technology on health management

Madrid’s regional councilor for health underscores the impact of technology on health management at IE and DigitalES workshop.

27 Apr 2018

 

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Joaquín Almunia takes part in a workshop on ‘The Future of Money’ at IE Business School

Joaquín Almunia, Chairman of the Board of Directors of CEPS (Centre for European Policy Studies) and former Vice-President of the European Commission, took part alongside other international experts in a workshop on “The Future of Money” held recently at IE Business School.

The overarching objective of the event was to examine key money-related issues, including the impact of new regulations and technologies in the field of payment services, new methods of payment, fintech trends, and the burgeoning potential of blockchain technologies.

The workshop was organized by IE with the participation of experts from Warsaw University,   Hochschule Aschaffenbourg, and Hochschule Kaiserslauten, under the aegis of the European Research Network in Payment Systems and Fintech. The event formed part of the Payments Drift Forums held in Poland in 2016 and Germany in 2017 designed to foster debate among corporate, institutional and academic spheres.

19 Apr 2018

 

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IE announces the winners of the fifth edition of its Prize for Economic Journalism in Asia

The Prizes are sponsored by CAF – Development Bank of Latin America -, and Softland, and supported by CNN en español, Iberia, Cinco Días and Casa ...

16 Apr 2018

 

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IE announces winners of the seventh edition of its Prize for Economic Journalism in Latin America

The Prizes are sponsored by CAF – Development Bank of Latin America -, and Softland, and supported by CNN en español, Iberia, Cinco Días and Casa ...

09 Apr 2018

 

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IE Business School Announced Finalists for Economic Journalism in Asia Prize

Ten journalists have been selected as finalists for the fifth edition of the IE Business School Prize for Economic Journalism in Asia.

12 Mar 2018

 

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