IESE GCP. Structure And Calendar

The Global CEO Program is structured in three one-week residential modules at two of the world’s leading business schools, on three continents: Europe (Madrid), Asia (Singapore) and North America (Cambridge, Massachussets).

Structure and Calendar


MIT Sloan School of Management

• Expand your global footprint in a shrinking world

• Build effective cross-cultural organizations

• Understand what motivates your employees

• Define corporate governance in your corporate structure

Cambridge, Massachussets
MIT Sloal School of Management
October 27 – November 1, 2024


Asia Week

• Identify the factors shaping the global landscape

• Measure the impact of new business models on your growth strategy

• Create and deliver a digital strategy

• Take cross-border differences into account as we define strategies

January 19-24, 2025


IESE Business School

• Develop marketing strategies for empowered and skeptical consumers

• Achieve profitable growth in this uncertain and complex environment

• Understand the implications of the financial crisis for  financial decisions

• Rethink innovation processes

IESE Business School
May 18-23, 2025

IESE & MIT Sloan

                                                        IESE Business School

IESE Business School

Constantly ranked as one of the best in the world by the Financial Times for Executive Education, IESE is one of the most global business schools, with campuses in Barcelona, Madrid, Munich, New York City and Sao Paulo. We seek to develop leaders with solid business skills, a fully global mindset and a desire to make a deep and positive impact on people, business, and society.

IESE Business School

                                                        MIT Sloan School of Management

MIT Sloan School of Management

The MIT Sloan School of Management, based in Cambridge, Massachussets, is one of the world’s leading business schools. We, at MIT Sloan, are devoted to our mission: to develop principled, innovative leaders who improve the world, and to generate ideas that advance management practice. We strive to bring knowledge to bear on the world’s great challenges. In all of our work and learning, we follow MIT’s motto of Mens and Manus, or Mind and Hand, as we seek practical solutions to real problems. Learning by doing is at the core of our teaching philosophy. Working at the intersection of management and technology, MIT Sloan is uniquely positioned to help CEOs transform the present and envision the future that is being shaped by technological disruption and innovation.

MIT Sloan