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IESE, First In the World in Executive Education

IESE’s Executive Education Programs have been ranked the best in the world for the third consecutive year by the Financial Times, thanks to their outstanding quality, their international reach and their stellar faculty. IESE also ranks 1st in the world for its Custom programs for the third consecutive year. The programs earned top praise across all areas, with …
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Coach and couch: the psychology of making better leaders by Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries…

Overview: Professor Manfred Kets de Vries and his colleagues have helped thousands of executives to increase their effectiveness in dealing with colleagues and clients, and to refocus their own professional and personal aspirations. This book is a volume of essays on leadership development topics written by academics, coaches, and change consultants. It explores how extraordinary leaders …
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IESE, First In the World in Executive Education

IESE is the first-placed business school in the world in terms of executive education, according to the Executive Education ranking published today by the Financial Times. IESE also ranks 1st in the world for its Custom programs, moving up two spots from last year mainly due to the school’s leading international clients, and 3rd in the world …
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IESE, Second In the World in Executive Education

IESE is the second-placed business school in the world in terms of executive education, according to the Executive Education ranking published today by the Financial Times. The school holds on to third place in the custom programs category for the third year running and also placed among the top six schools for open programs, together …
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Executive Education Rankings 2013

IESE Business School ranks in second place in the Financial Times’ 2013 ranking of business schools offering executive education programs, pipped to the post by Paris-based HEC. As such, IESE is second in the world on executive eductation, outranking Swiss-based IMD, Esade, Harvard Business School and Stanford Graduate School of Business. According to the publication, IESE stands out for the high …
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Executive Education Rankings 2012

IESE Business School has earned the top spot in the Financial Times’ 2012 ranking of business schools offering executive education programs. This year, the school rose from number three to number one in the annual ranking, outflanking contenders such as HEC Paris, which took second place, and IMD, third.    According to the publication, IESE stands out for …
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UNICON Study: Going Mobile In Executive Education

New research from UNICON (International University Consortium for Executive Education) reveals that many business schools across the globe have untapped opportunities to provide innovative executive education learning programs facilitated by mobile technology. The UNICON report, “Going mobile in executive education,” is based on research conducted by UNICON member Ashridge Business School in the United Kingdom. …
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Executive Education Rankings 2010

IESE has ranked no.1 in Europe and no.2 in the world for its open enrolment executive education programs in the Financial Times’ ranking of the world’s business schools. The Financial Times annual business school rankings are based on surveys conducted among the schools’ clients and participants. Sixteen criteria are applied, including preparation, course design, teaching …
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World Business Forum

The World Business Forum, organized by HSM, a global leader in executive education, is the leading international symposium for the business community. Held every year at Radio City Music Hall, the 2009 World Business Forum will take place on October 6-7, 2009 to an audience of over 5,000 top executives from around the world.  More …
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It's Time to Make Management a True Profession

In the face of the recent institutional breakdown of trust in business, managers are losing legitimacy. To regain public trust, management needs to become a true profession in much the way medicine and law have, argue Rakesh Khurana and Nitin Nohria of Harvard Business School. True professions have codes, and the meaning and consequences of …
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