The Global Competitiveness Report 2016-17 from the World Economic Forum, published this week, warns about a trend towards protectionism that could hinder future competitiveness and growth. Should we worry about it?
Electric cars are the main protagonists at this year's auto show in Paris. Volkswagen, Mercedes, Renault, PSA, Opel and Porche are also showing new concepts, production cars or both and all appear to be pursuing electric vehicles
Apart from being applicable to personal experience and a wealth of leadership topics, the study of the brain seems to be a great practical tool for global mobility professionals
Technology can contribute to promote financial inclusion. Retail financial services are one of the multiple areas in which Africa can leapfrog – financial inclusion doesn’t require a dense network of bank branches: a dense network of mobile phones may suffice, and that’s already established in many countries in the continent
Differentiating the deeper causes of income inequality from those that are more accidental is difficult. This apparent myopia is justified by a belief that we have greater influence in our own neighborhood than in the antipodes ...
The final figure could be as much as 19bn Euros and the Irish government does not want it! The EU Commission wants Ireland to take it, but the Irish government says no thank you. Why?
Managing People in Organizations
Job security is fading fast. In a constantly changing world it can feel almost impossible to keep up with the latest trends and digital expectations. So how do you manage your career – and your online reputation – when the goalposts are constantly moving?
The problem requires authentic leaders who truly believe in the values they hold and also have the intellect to see the big picture. They must also have the courage to lead towards comprehensive and multifaceted solutions to complex problems
SPOTLIGHT ON BREXIT
IESE professors analyze the continuing Brexit fall-out from different perspectives.