05/10/2011 North America
IESE faculty members are set to take the stage at the World Business Forum this week in New York City. On Wednesday, Prof. José Luis Nueno will moderate a session with Angela Ahrendts, CEO of Burberry and Prof. Marta Elvira will present Marina Gorbis, Director of Institute for the Future, during a panel discussion on megatrends.
On Thursday, Prof. Paddy Miller will interview Martin Feldstein, economist and George F. Baker Professor of Economics at Harvard University, during a VIP lunch.
The World Business Forum, which brings together top executives from all over the world, also forms part of the school's Senior Executive Program New York-Miami, which is taking place this week. Participants in the SEP will attend a session with Bill Clinton on global leadership challenges on Wednesday. To receive updates on WBF sessions via Twitter, check the event's official hashtag: #WBF11.
Senior Executive Program New York-Miami
Aimed at top-tier executives, including divisional CEOs, the SEP is the school's flagship program for senior executives based in the U.S. The program features four 5-day modules in New York City and Miami and provides a global, media-focused curriculum, along with valuable networking opportunities.