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Women in the Business World: Taking a Step Forward

Date: 16/01/2017
Area(s): Leadership and People Management
Document type: Interview

Is the world of business still a man's world? Women may make up 50% of the workforce, but only 5% of CEOs. How do we ensure more make it to the top of the latter? Experts and business leaders share their thoughts.

Reinventando la banca: cómo recuperar la rentabilidad

Date: 21/12/2016
Area(s): Economics; Finance
Document type: Interview

Como en otros períodos históricos, la banca afronta un futuro plagado de retos e incertidumbres tras años de crisis y remodelación. El esfuerzo requerido a los gestores bancarios es de tal magnitud que, en opinión de muchos analistas, este es el momento oportuno para "reinventar" la banca, en el sentido de explorar nuevos cauces para proporcionar servicios ...

5 Business Trends for 2017

Date: 13/12/2016
Area(s): Information Technologies; Economics; Strategy; Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility; Leadership and People Management
Document type: Interview

Despite signs of economic recovery, populist movements against globalization present a watershed moment in 2017. Business leaders should plan for volatility and Industry 4.0 disruption, using gamification to develop talent, and rethinking what it means to win. IESE professors Núria Mas, Mireia Las Heras, Marc Sachon, Pankaj Ghemawat and John Almandoz ...

Mark Hutchinson: The Puzzle of International Careers and Brexit

Date: 12/12/2016
Area(s): Marketing
Document type: Interview

A career is like a jigsaw puzzle, says Mark Hutchinson, President and CEO of GE Europe. The picture takes shape as you go through life. Having worked in eight countries, the British-born, Australian-educated executive discusses GE's latest moves in Europe, including the United Kingdom, which he says will still play an important role, despite Brexit. ...

Mark Hutchinson: An Open Ecosystem to Serve Customers & Grow

Date: 12/12/2016
Area(s): Marketing
Document type: Interview

"In a low-growth world, you have to create your own growth," says Mark Hutchinson, President and CEO of GE Europe. This requires a different model: an open ecosystem. "No one company can do this alone. You have to partner with people. This is opening up a whole new world of partners and customers."

Mark Hutchinson: Europe and the Industrial Internet

Date: 12/12/2016
Area(s): Marketing
Document type: Interview

The Industrial Internet, or Industry 4.0, is about making physical assets, like machines, more productive using data, and thereby saving money. In this, Europe is well placed, says Mark Hutchinson, President and CEO of GE Europe: "Europe is good at making machines. They also have great engineers. Put those two together, and there's a space that Europe ...

General Electric: Leading the Revolution

Date: 12/12/2016
Area(s): Marketing
Document type: Interview

Although it started out in electricity, GE owes its staying power to its ability to constantly pivot and stay on top of each new industrial and technological wave. Today GE finds itself on the cusp of a new revolution: this time, it's digital. As Mark Hutchinson tells IESE's Francisco Iniesta, GE is now very much a digital company inside an industrial ...

Regulatory Reform: Is It Working and What's Next for Finance?

Date: 09/12/2016
Area(s): Economics
Document type: Interview

Experts meet in London to assess the challenges ahead. Jointly hosted by IESE and the Columbia School for International and Public Affairs, the third "Challenges for the Future of Banking" conference offered these experts an opportunity to explore and debate the big questions in an intimate environment of open dialogue, conducted under Chatham House ...

When More Isn't Better: Welfare NGOs and Increasing Income Inequality

Date: 30/11/2016
Area(s): Strategy; Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Document type: Interview

How to reduce income inequality? A study challenges the conventional wisdom that more is better when it comes to welfare NGOs. IESE's Pascual Berrone and co-authors find that, after a certain point, having more NGOs actually increases income inequality because they battle for resources. The message is clear: even in altruism, competition can't be ignored. ...

Valentín Fuster: How to Have a Positive Impact, Promoting Healthy Habits

Date: 29/11/2016
Area(s): Service and Operations Management
Document type: Interview

Cardiovascular disease is the No. 1 killer today. It's also closely linked to lifestyle choices. Cardiologist Valentín Fuster talks to IESE at the 2016 Global Alumni Reunion about innovative ways to promote health and have a positive impact. From a free "Circle of Health" app to educating children as young as age three, the Physician-in-Chief of Mount ...

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