Celebrating 30 years of research and teaching
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Giuseppe Auricchio, director of IESE’s Learning Innovation Unit, joined 16 companies in a special interest group to look at how technology is transforming learning.
IESE was the first and only university to take part in the group, launched by the EFMD network of business schools and corporations. In connection with the interest group, EFMD published a special supplement in its latest Global Focus magazine, which includes an article, Steps on the Way to Omni-Learning, by Auricchio.
Celebrations have continued on the Barcelona campus, as participants in the Program for Management Development (PMD) Munich and Program for Leadership Development (PLD) Barcelona finished their educational journeys.
18 participants completed the PMD Munich, from large companies such as Microsoft and Allianz as well as from medium-sized German enterprises such as Almdudler and Rattunde. Another 23 finished the PLD Barcelona, hailing from four continents and sectors as varied as IT and energy. Congratulations to all!
A growing number of MBAs are interested in the dynamic world of start-ups – and start-ups are interested in hiring them. This new video showcasing IESE’s first Startup Career Fair, organized by MBA Career Services, shows why MBAs and start-ups are such a good match. “MBAs combine different elements that start-ups are looking for: intelligence, motivation and creativity,” says one CEO. “That’s something that I´ve seen at IESE.”