IESE Business School
- people following this school
- people applying to this school
Your Status for This School
Five Key Takeaways from the 2018 Chicago Forum on Global Cities
Last week, the IESE Cities in Motion team had the opportunity to attend the 2018 Chicago Forum on Global Cities, a three-day international conference organized by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and the Financial … Read More
How do we deal with uncertainty?
The job of president of the United States seems cut out for a lawyer-cum-professional politician profile possessing a degree of charisma and gravitas. There are procedures, protocols and customs to be followed, along … Read More
The Dolphins are back in Lisbon!
The return of democratic government to Portugal in 1976 opened the way for membership in the European Union and a complete restructuring of the governance and water management system and waste water management saving the … Read More
Outfoxing Mr. Fox
We are back to the Brexit issue again, no surprise! Indeed, it is no surprise when we see how we are bungling forward to the ultimate fudge of the century. We are now getting near the date when both the EU and UK … Read More
Chinese Travelers: The More Outbound Movement, the More Tensions?
I guess we have all seen, heard or experienced the notorious Chinese tourists – the flag-following groups with impressive photographic equipment, who seem to be everywhere. Although the first part of the description … Read More
Guangzhou Aims to Become a Global City
During the last decade, the Chinese city of Guangzhou has been endeavoring to build an internationalized metropolis. In its recently released 2035 Master Plan, Guangzhou aims at becoming a dynamic and vibrant global … Read More
The future of food
The 22nd annual conference on the food and beverage industry looks to the future with scenarios and an entrepreneur who is building a brighter future in India Click on the headline to read the … Read More
Cosmopolitan Imaginary: Insights from the Latest Research
How do we understand the idea of cosmopolitanism? As an ideology and notion of self that doesn’t belong to any culture or country? As belonging to the world as a whole with no narrower cultural identifications? … Read More
Europe may need to defend itslef
Unless there is a change in direction in the U.S. and on the U.K.’s planned exit from the Europe Union, Europe may need to accelerate its plans for building its own defense capabilities independently of NATO … Read More