Innovate Like an Entrepreneur, Even if You Aren’t One

  If you work at a startup, innovation is part of your day-to-day. But if you’re at a more established company, particularly a larger one, the pace of change is likely slower. But that shouldn’t stop you from innovating and, in fact, the survival of your company may depend on it. Disruptive examples abound, but take hospitality company Hilton. Founded 100 years ago, it has hotels and other properties with around 850,000 rooms across the globe and a market capitalization of about… Read More

How to Become an Entrepreneur – at Any Age

Entrepreneurship may seem overwhelming, especially if you’re accustomed to the relative security of an established corporation. And setting up your own company does involve risk. But along with the risks come the potential rewards that are unique to being an entrepreneur, and now may be the time to give it a try. Two IESE alum and successful entrepreneurs, Antonio Cantón (EMBA ’88), an investor and co-founder of Spanish telecoms Jazztel and Yoigo, and Antonio Ortega (PADE ’91), director of people, media and… Read More