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.