The headlines from the Geneva Auto show last week make appear to indicate that electric vehicles are finally approaching what Malcolm Gladwell called The Tipping Point in his book by the same name. Whether they actually make it still remains to be seen but is, in my view, becoming increasingly likely.
IESE’s Alumni Association arranged a session on Strategy and Geo-politics in Paris. This was the second of a series of events scheduled around the world.
Singapore is simply amazing for what it has accomplished, what it is today, and the model of future prosperity and harmony it offers for South East Asia. Its prosperity has however come at a political cost which raises a question about what its example means for the rest of the region.
Rex Tillerson, who is still the U.S. Secretary of State, met with the President of Turkey last week in an effort to work through the current difficulties between the two countries and in a rare departure of protocol, went alone to the meeting without even his own interpreter. The meeting comes at a critical moment in the relationship between the U.S. and Turkey which illustrate the incredible complexity that is increasingly facing different parts of the world today.
MBA students bring their sense of possibility combined with faith in themselves, new technology and business models to the Sustainable Development Goals in this years Doing Good Doing Well Conference