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Albers School of Business and Economics

Executive Education Faculty

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Marilyn Gist, PhD

PhD, University of Maryland at College Park

MBA, University of Maryland at College Park

BA, Howard University

Associate Dean of Executive Programs, Center for Leadership Formation

Professor, Management

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 206-296-5413

Building/Room: Pigott 326

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David W. Arnesen, JD

JD, Business Law, Seattle University School of Law

BA, Economics, University of Washington

Professor, Marketing

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 206-296-5727

Building/Room: Pigott 520

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Joseph Barnes

Masters, California State University, Hayward

Bachelor’s, California State University, Sacramento

Lecturer, Marketing

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 206-296-4399

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Steve Brilling, MBA

MBA, Washington State University

BS, Business Administration, Washington State University

Adjunct, Executive Education

Email: [email protected]

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Peter Brous, PhD

PhD, Finance, University of Oregon

BS, Finance, University of Connecticut

Professor, Finance

Dr. Khalil Dibee Endowed Chair of Finance, 2015-2019

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 206-296-6495

Building/Room: Pigott 525

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Niranjan ‘Chips’ Chipalkatti, PhD

PhD, University of Massachusetts

BComm, University of Bombay

ACA, India

Chair, Dept. of Accounting

Professor, Accounting

Program Director, MPAC

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 206-296-5764

Building/Room: Pigott 515B

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Jennifer Chunn, MS

MS, Statistics, University of Washington

BS, Magna Cum Laude, Biometry and Statistics, Cornell University.

Adjunct, Executive Education

Email: [email protected]

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Marc Cohen, PhD

PhD, Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania

MA, Humanities (history of philosophy), University of Chicago

MA, Art History, Northwestern University

BA, Mathematics, University of Pennsylvania

Associate Professor, Management

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 206-296-2399

Building/Room: Pigott 402

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Vinay Datar, PhD

PhD, Finance, University of Florida

BTech, Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, India

Professor, Finance

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 206-296-2801

Building/Room: Pigott 406

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Holly Slay Ferraro, PhD

PhD, Organizational Behavior, University of Maryland – College Park

MA, Human Resource Development, Western Michigan University

BChE, Chemical Engineering, University of Dayton

BS, Interdisciplinary Science, Wilberforce University

Associate Professor, Management

Program Director, Professional MBA

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 206-296-5719

Building/Room: Pigott 428

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Terry Foster, JD

JD, Seattle University

MBA, Seattle University

BA, German, University of Oregon

Associate Professor, Marketing

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 206-296-5721

Building/Room: Pigott 422

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Marinilka Kimbro, PhD

PhD, Accounting with minor in International Business, University of Maryland

Faculty Fellowship, CIBER, University of Antwerp, Belgium

BBA, Inter-American University of Puerto Rico

Associate Professor, Accounting

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 206-296-5716

Building/Room: Pigott 505

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Sharon Lobel, PhD

PhD, Management, Harvard University

MA, Social Psychology, Harvard University

BA, Psychology/Sociology, Brandeis University

Professor Emerita, Management

Adjunct, Executive Education

Email: [email protected]

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Greg Magnan, PhD

PhD, Production/Operations Management, Michigan State University

MBA, Management Science, Michigan State University

BA, Financial Administration, Michigan State University

Professor, Marketing

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 206-296-6466

Building/Room: Pigott 420

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Sharon Daloz Parks, PhD

Adjunct, Executive Education

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Mary S. Petersen

Vice President and University Counsel

Adjunct, Executive Education

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Madhu Rao, PhD

PhD, Information Systems and International Business, Indiana University

ME, Systems and Information, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, India

Masters, Management Studies, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, India

MSc, Chemistry with Honors, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, India

Associate Dean

Associate Professor, Management

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 206-296-6006

Building/Room: Pigott 314

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Meenakshi Rishi, PhD

PhD, Economics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

MA, Economics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India

BA, Economics, Delhi University, New Delhi, India

Professor, Economics

Director, International Development Internship Program

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 206-296-2078

Building/Room: Pigott 518

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Robert Spencer, MUS

MUS, Portland State University

BS, Portland State University

Adjunct, Management

Adjunct, Executive Education

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 206-605-8294

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Erin Vernon, PhD

PhD, Economics, University of Washington

MA, Economics, University of Washington

BA, Finance and Computer Applications, University of Notre Dame

Assistant Professor, Economics

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 206-296-2073

Building/Room: Pigott 522

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IE Summer School

  • Program
  • Why IE
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Explore and experience the new frontiers of management
July 9th – 13th, 2018

BROCHURE

APPLY NOW
REQUEST INFORMATION

UNCONVENTIONAL METHODOLOGY, IMPACTFUL TAKEAWAYS

The Executive Summer School adopts a “learning by doing” methodology and offers you the opportunity to identify, explore and overcome the challenges of management in a constantly changing business environment.
You will live different roles related to the main management frontiers and explore the five essential areas of management with leading academic and renowned professionals.

You will gain:

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
● A clear vision of the changes defining today’s business scene.
● A full understanding of management frontiers as a response to those transformations.

ABILITIES
● The capability to identify the challenges and respond to the key managerial transformations on a personal and professional level.

NETWORK AND PERSONAL PROGRESS
● Meet executives from diverse industries/functional areas and take advantage of the environment to grow as a manager

FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION
● The mindset and tools to rethink and innovate the business model and strategy.
● The organizational capability to identify and build responses, taking advantage of the new paradigms.
● Assess and hone leadership skills to maximize your team’s performance and creat an impact on your company.
● The tools to assess and transform culture and processes within your organization

APPLY NOW   Request Information

Participant Profile

The Executive Summer School aims to provide Directors and Managers, Team Leaders & Business Unit Managers from all sectors with a high-impact and transformative experience, where the most relevant managerial challenges can be reflected upon, felt and lived.

Dates

One-week program from July 9th to July 13th, 2018.

Program fee

The program fee is 5.100€, which covers tuition course materials, all coffee and lunch breaks for all five days of the program and networking activities.

Language

All the sessions will be delivered in English.

Networking activities

To make the  most of your visit to Madrid, you will have a welcome dinner, a “tapas” and networking event and a night visit to Reina Sofía Museum.

Financial Aid

Concessions are available for IE alumni, groups of executives attending from the same organization, early birds and other cases.

Location

The Executive Summer School will take place at our Madrid campus, located in the heart of the city.

Accommodation

We can assist you with your reservation in a hotel within walking distance from IE’s premises, with which we have special agreements.

Admission process

In order to begin the admission process, please complete and submit the following registration form.

APPLY NOW

Once your registration is received, you will be contacted by IE staff for an interview to support you in the admissions process.

In the program you will explore the five frontiers of management using different tools: inspiration, exploration, action and awareness experiences.

FRONTIER #1: Are techies the new elite?

Technology and digital disruption are the most visible challenges in management. The impacts overcome the adoption of new technologies and create opportunities for new business models and industry dynamics.
Participants are invited to explore their own digital readiness and tackle topics such as digital transformation, cybersecurity and the nature of a digital organization.

FRONTIER #2: How can we predrict unpredictability?

Our world is complex and ruled by uncertainty.
Managers must deal with complexity and build scenarios which take into account the most relevant global and industry specific trends.

FRONTIER #3: What Talent Do You Need but Still Haven’t Met?

A diversity of talents is needed to build an organization dealing with a wider range of realities and scenarios. We will explore creativity and esthetic sense as new talents, with a more traditional but equally important: the execution talent.

FRONTIER #4: Do Behaviors Matter More Than Strategy?

To guarantee high performance, personal and career sustainability, a new kind of integration is demanded.
This integration implies body and mind, traditional and new mental models, as well as an innovative focus on creating a sense of purpose and envisioning related goals.

FRONTIER #5: Do We Need “Leaders” or Effective Managers?

Leadership is becoming a scarce resource. Not traditional leadership, but the type of leadership that is able to inspire and steer a new kind of organization built around networks. A leadership style capable of managing new business models and new profiles such as Millennials. In order to tackle this challenge, participants are invited to explore their own capabilities.

EVERY DAY:

The program includes 5 sessions called Why today is important?, all of them held by the Academic Director of the program, Norman Kurtis.

These sessions will take place every morning and they are particularly useful because participants not only summarise the main takeaways of the day before, but also debate about the importance of the topics of the present day.

FACULTY

NORMAN KURTIS

Academic Director
Norman is the Vice Dean of Behavior & Human Development, and a Professor of Consumer Insights & Behavior at IE Business School.
He has more than 20 years of experience helping brands ask the right questions from a strategy, marketing and consumer insights perspective. He has worked at American Express in New York, as an Associate Partner at Accenture – Strategic Services in Europe, as Spanish CEO of Marketing & Market Research agencies such as Kantar and Ipsos and is currently Senior Board Advisor for Roamler (a company dedicated to Mobile Application, Analytics, Crowdsourcing, and Retail). He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame and an MBA from London Business School.

GARETH LLOYD JONES

Visiting Professor at IE Business School. Visiting Professor at IN SEAD and Fellow of the Management Development Center at London Business School. Gareth was the Director of Human Resources and Internal Communications at the BBC; founding partner of Creative Management Associates (CMA) a consultancy focused on organizations where creativity is a source of competitive strength, and also Senior Vice President for Human Resources at Polygram. He has written the books “Why Should Anyone Be Led by You?“ and “The Character of a Corporation: How Your Culture Can Make or Break Your Business“.

BEN TIGGELAAR

Visiting Professor at IE Business School.
Ben’s annual seminar ‘MBA in One Day’, which over 16,000 managers have attended, is the best-attended seminar ever in the Netherlands and has licensees in all parts of the world.
He is the author of the book “Dream, Dare, Do” about effective self-management.
He has worked in several renowned companies such as PWC , Pfizer, Honeywell, Shell, TNT , Deloitte, Accenture, Philips, Deutsche Telecom, Novartis,, Pepsico, Dell, Ernst & Young, Hewlett-Packard, and many more.

JUAN CARLOS PASTOR

Juan Carlos is a Professor of Organizational Behavior and the Academic Director of the Center for Global Leadership at IE Business School.
He has earned an M.A. in Social Psychology from Clark University, a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and was a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard University.
He is an active researcher and consultant in the area of leadership development, and diversity management.

RICARDO PÉREZ

Ricardo is a Professor of Information Systems at IE Business School, combining an extensive professional career with one of deep research into the field of new technologies.
He has been a consultant for companies like Telefónica, Telefónica Data, Microsoft, HP , CECA or the Norwegian Bank Association.
Ricardo owns the blog Digital Transformation on the online version of the newspaper Expansion.

BERNARDO CRESPO

Bernardo Crespo is the Digital Transformation Leader at DIVISADERO and the Academic Director of the Digital Transformation Executive Program at IE Business School. Previously Bernardo served as Head of Digital Marketing for BBVA in Spain. He is trained as an Ontological Coach through the Newfield Network (ICF, Accredited Coach Training Program) and holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Management from the University of Castilla-La Mancha, having completed a final year at the University of St. Andrews. The newspaper Expansión named Bernardo as one of the top 50 Spanish influencers in Digital Transformation.

SALVADOR ARAGÓN

Salvador Aragón is the Chief Innovation Officer and Professor of Strategy, Information Systems & Innovation at IE Business School. He advises firms on information systems and new technologies and previously served for 13 years as Research and Consultancy Director for Infoempleo.com. Salvador holds an MBA from IE Business School, and he has a degree in industrial engineering from Universidad de Navarra.

GONZALO GARLAND

Gonzalo Garland is Vice President for Development at IE Business School where he is also a member of the Executive Committee. Prior to this, he was Director of External Relations, Director of International Relations, Vice Dean for Faculty, and Director of the Economics Department. At present, he combines his management responsibilities with teaching various Economics courses. Gonzalo holds a Master of Arts in Economics from Stanford University as well as an undergraduate degree in Economics.

WIM FOCQUET

Wim Focquet is the Academic Director of the Master in Talent Development and Human Resources at IE School of Human Sciences and Technology. An experienced Human Resources leader, Wim has a passion for change, organizational design, and talent development.
He has over 20 years of experience in multicultural international corporate environments in a variety of roles, including human resources, sales and marketing, and general management, and has earned advanced degrees from Ghent University and Vlerick Business School.

ANDREW MCCARTHY

Andrew McCarthy studied Philosophy, Political Science and the History of Science and Mathematics before becoming a creative director. Currently, Andrew teaches creativity, design thinking, visual communications and entrepreneurship at IE, and he is the Founding Academic Director of the Master in Customer Experience and Innovation at IE Business School of Human Sciences and Technology. In addition to this, Andrew works as an innovation, design or user consultant in several companies and advises various start-ups.

DANIEL MEDINA

Daniel is the Director of the Opinno Ideas Department (Innovation, Design and Strategy consulting). Where since 2014, he has been in charge on building and growing a 50 amazingly skilled people team with over 4M in close deals, becoming the most important innovation companies in the country. He is also professor on corporate innovation, product and service design, and lean startup in several institutions: Instituto de Empresa (IE IMBA), ESIC and Istituto Europeo di Design.

 

IE BUSINESS SCHOOL RANKINGS

1st

MAR 06th, 2017

Financial Times

IE Business School has been ranked the top business school in the world for the fourth consecutive year in the annual ranking of online MBA programs carried out by Financial Times.

3rd

DEC 04th, 2017

Financial Times

IE Business School is the No. 3 business school in Europe and No. 1 in Spain in the 2017 Financial Times ranking of European Business Schools.

1st

APR 26th, 2017

QS

IE Business School is the No. 1 School worldwide in the QS Distance Online MBA Ranking, an international report coordinated by the UK-based QS Intelligence Unit that examines the quality of online, distance and blended MBA programs. IE Business School has achieved the No. 1 position with its Global MBA Blended.

5th

NOV 05th, 2016

América Economía

Executive Education

See all IE’s rankings

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    IE Summer School

    • Program
    • Why IE
    • Contact

    Explore and experience the new frontiers of management
    July 9th – 13th, 2018

    BROCHURE

    APPLY NOW
    REQUEST INFORMATION

    UNCONVENTIONAL METHODOLOGY, IMPACTFUL TAKEAWAYS

    The Executive Summer School adopts a “learning by doing” methodology and offers you the opportunity to identify, explore and overcome the challenges of management in a constantly changing business environment.
    You will live different roles related to the main management frontiers and explore the five essential areas of management with leading academic and renowned professionals.

    You will gain:

    KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
    ● A clear vision of the changes defining today’s business scene.
    ● A full understanding of management frontiers as a response to those transformations.

    ABILITIES
    ● The capability to identify the challenges and respond to the key managerial transformations on a personal and professional level.

    NETWORK AND PERSONAL PROGRESS
    ● Meet executives from diverse industries/functional areas and take advantage of the environment to grow as a manager

    FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION
    ● The mindset and tools to rethink and innovate the business model and strategy.
    ● The organizational capability to identify and build responses, taking advantage of the new paradigms.
    ● Assess and hone leadership skills to maximize your team’s performance and creat an impact on your company.
    ● The tools to assess and transform culture and processes within your organization

    APPLY NOW   Request Information

    Participant Profile

    The Executive Summer School aims to provide Directors and Managers, Team Leaders & Business Unit Managers from all sectors with a high-impact and transformative experience, where the most relevant managerial challenges can be reflected upon, felt and lived.

    Dates

    One-week program from July 9th to July 13th, 2018.

    Program fee

    The program fee is 5.100€, which covers tuition course materials, all coffee and lunch breaks for all five days of the program and networking activities.

    Language

    All the sessions will be delivered in English.

    Networking activities

    To make the  most of your visit to Madrid, you will have a welcome dinner, a “tapas” and networking event and a night visit to Reina Sofía Museum.

    Financial Aid

    Concessions are available for IE alumni, groups of executives attending from the same organization, early birds and other cases.

    Location

    The Executive Summer School will take place at our Madrid campus, located in the heart of the city.

    Accommodation

    We can assist you with your reservation in a hotel within walking distance from IE’s premises, with which we have special agreements.

    Admission process

    In order to begin the admission process, please complete and submit the following registration form.

    APPLY NOW

    Once your registration is received, you will be contacted by IE staff for an interview to support you in the admissions process.

    In the program you will explore the five frontiers of management using different tools: inspiration, exploration, action and awareness experiences.

    FRONTIER #1: Are techies the new elite?

    Technology and digital disruption are the most visible challenges in management. The impacts overcome the adoption of new technologies and create opportunities for new business models and industry dynamics.
    Participants are invited to explore their own digital readiness and tackle topics such as digital transformation, cybersecurity and the nature of a digital organization.

    FRONTIER #2: How can we predrict unpredictability?

    Our world is complex and ruled by uncertainty.
    Managers must deal with complexity and build scenarios which take into account the most relevant global and industry specific trends.

    FRONTIER #3: What Talent Do You Need but Still Haven’t Met?

    A diversity of talents is needed to build an organization dealing with a wider range of realities and scenarios. We will explore creativity and esthetic sense as new talents, with a more traditional but equally important: the execution talent.

    FRONTIER #4: Do Behaviors Matter More Than Strategy?

    To guarantee high performance, personal and career sustainability, a new kind of integration is demanded.
    This integration implies body and mind, traditional and new mental models, as well as an innovative focus on creating a sense of purpose and envisioning related goals.

    FRONTIER #5: Do We Need “Leaders” or Effective Managers?

    Leadership is becoming a scarce resource. Not traditional leadership, but the type of leadership that is able to inspire and steer a new kind of organization built around networks. A leadership style capable of managing new business models and new profiles such as Millennials. In order to tackle this challenge, participants are invited to explore their own capabilities.

    EVERY DAY:

    The program includes 5 sessions called Why today is important?, all of them held by the Academic Director of the program, Norman Kurtis.

    These sessions will take place every morning and they are particularly useful because participants not only summarise the main takeaways of the day before, but also debate about the importance of the topics of the present day.

    FACULTY

    NORMAN KURTIS

    Academic Director
    Norman is the Vice Dean of Behavior & Human Development, and a Professor of Consumer Insights & Behavior at IE Business School.
    He has more than 20 years of experience helping brands ask the right questions from a strategy, marketing and consumer insights perspective. He has worked at American Express in New York, as an Associate Partner at Accenture – Strategic Services in Europe, as Spanish CEO of Marketing & Market Research agencies such as Kantar and Ipsos and is currently Senior Board Advisor for Roamler (a company dedicated to Mobile Application, Analytics, Crowdsourcing, and Retail). He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame and an MBA from London Business School.

    GARETH LLOYD JONES

    Visiting Professor at IE Business School. Visiting Professor at IN SEAD and Fellow of the Management Development Center at London Business School. Gareth was the Director of Human Resources and Internal Communications at the BBC; founding partner of Creative Management Associates (CMA) a consultancy focused on organizations where creativity is a source of competitive strength, and also Senior Vice President for Human Resources at Polygram. He has written the books “Why Should Anyone Be Led by You?“ and “The Character of a Corporation: How Your Culture Can Make or Break Your Business“.

    BEN TIGGELAAR

    Visiting Professor at IE Business School.
    Ben’s annual seminar ‘MBA in One Day’, which over 16,000 managers have attended, is the best-attended seminar ever in the Netherlands and has licensees in all parts of the world.
    He is the author of the book “Dream, Dare, Do” about effective self-management.
    He has worked in several renowned companies such as PWC , Pfizer, Honeywell, Shell, TNT , Deloitte, Accenture, Philips, Deutsche Telecom, Novartis,, Pepsico, Dell, Ernst & Young, Hewlett-Packard, and many more.

    JUAN CARLOS PASTOR

    Juan Carlos is a Professor of Organizational Behavior and the Academic Director of the Center for Global Leadership at IE Business School.
    He has earned an M.A. in Social Psychology from Clark University, a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and was a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard University.
    He is an active researcher and consultant in the area of leadership development, and diversity management.

    RICARDO PÉREZ

    Ricardo is a Professor of Information Systems at IE Business School, combining an extensive professional career with one of deep research into the field of new technologies.
    He has been a consultant for companies like Telefónica, Telefónica Data, Microsoft, HP , CECA or the Norwegian Bank Association.
    Ricardo owns the blog Digital Transformation on the online version of the newspaper Expansion.

    BERNARDO CRESPO

    Bernardo Crespo is the Digital Transformation Leader at DIVISADERO and the Academic Director of the Digital Transformation Executive Program at IE Business School. Previously Bernardo served as Head of Digital Marketing for BBVA in Spain. He is trained as an Ontological Coach through the Newfield Network (ICF, Accredited Coach Training Program) and holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Management from the University of Castilla-La Mancha, having completed a final year at the University of St. Andrews. The newspaper Expansión named Bernardo as one of the top 50 Spanish influencers in Digital Transformation.

    SALVADOR ARAGÓN

    Salvador Aragón is the Chief Innovation Officer and Professor of Strategy, Information Systems & Innovation at IE Business School. He advises firms on information systems and new technologies and previously served for 13 years as Research and Consultancy Director for Infoempleo.com. Salvador holds an MBA from IE Business School, and he has a degree in industrial engineering from Universidad de Navarra.

    GONZALO GARLAND

    Gonzalo Garland is Vice President for Development at IE Business School where he is also a member of the Executive Committee. Prior to this, he was Director of External Relations, Director of International Relations, Vice Dean for Faculty, and Director of the Economics Department. At present, he combines his management responsibilities with teaching various Economics courses. Gonzalo holds a Master of Arts in Economics from Stanford University as well as an undergraduate degree in Economics.

    WIM FOCQUET

    Wim Focquet is the Academic Director of the Master in Talent Development and Human Resources at IE School of Human Sciences and Technology. An experienced Human Resources leader, Wim has a passion for change, organizational design, and talent development.
    He has over 20 years of experience in multicultural international corporate environments in a variety of roles, including human resources, sales and marketing, and general management, and has earned advanced degrees from Ghent University and Vlerick Business School.

    ANDREW MCCARTHY

    Andrew McCarthy studied Philosophy, Political Science and the History of Science and Mathematics before becoming a creative director. Currently, Andrew teaches creativity, design thinking, visual communications and entrepreneurship at IE, and he is the Founding Academic Director of the Master in Customer Experience and Innovation at IE Business School of Human Sciences and Technology. In addition to this, Andrew works as an innovation, design or user consultant in several companies and advises various start-ups.

    DANIEL MEDINA

    Daniel is the Director of the Opinno Ideas Department (Innovation, Design and Strategy consulting). Where since 2014, he has been in charge on building and growing a 50 amazingly skilled people team with over 4M in close deals, becoming the most important innovation companies in the country. He is also professor on corporate innovation, product and service design, and lean startup in several institutions: Instituto de Empresa (IE IMBA), ESIC and Istituto Europeo di Design.

     

    IE BUSINESS SCHOOL RANKINGS

    1st

    MAR 06th, 2017

    Financial Times

    IE Business School has been ranked the top business school in the world for the fourth consecutive year in the annual ranking of online MBA programs carried out by Financial Times.

    3rd

    DEC 04th, 2017

    Financial Times

    IE Business School is the No. 3 business school in Europe and No. 1 in Spain in the 2017 Financial Times ranking of European Business Schools.

    1st

    APR 26th, 2017

    QS

    IE Business School is the No. 1 School worldwide in the QS Distance Online MBA Ranking, an international report coordinated by the UK-based QS Intelligence Unit that examines the quality of online, distance and blended MBA programs. IE Business School has achieved the No. 1 position with its Global MBA Blended.

    5th

    NOV 05th, 2016

    América Economía

    Executive Education

    See all IE’s rankings

    © 2017 IE. All Rights Reserved | Legal Notice | Cookie policy | Privacy policy

      We use both our own and third-party cookies to enhance our services and to offer you the content that most suits your preferences by analysing your browsing habits. Your continued use of the site means that you accept these cookies. You may change your settings and obtain more information here .

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