IDEO's Tom Kelley and other innovators at Global Alumni Reunion
50% increase in activities will boost entrepreneurship, research and international programs
The world’s cities are more crowded than ever – and their residents more divided. What can be done to weave a more inclusive urban fabric? A new book by Profs.Pascual Berrone and Joan Enric Ricart, and researcher Ana Isabel Duch T-Figueras, looks at how city leaders can increase social cohesion through a wide range of policies and initiatives.
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IESE recently hosted the Asia Career Fair for the first time, bringing more than 225 MBA students from leading European business schools together with companies that do business in Asia. Students from IESE, HEC Paris, London Business School and Erasmus University had the chance to interact with about a dozen companies operating in sectors from technology to consultancy to consumer goods.
Hurricanes, earthquakes and floods have roiled the globe in recent months. In the aftermath of these natural disasters, multinational companies may play an important role in relief efforts, especially if governments fall short. And, as Prof. Sebastian Reiche writes, recent research shows that corporate philanthropy is not only the right thing to do, but may also help multinationals to establish deeper roots in the places they do business.