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"Mary Robinson: Why Europe needs to set the pace on climate change", Irish Times, October 20, 2014 Opinion: The importance of acting now cannot be overstated: every euro spent on fossil fuels today condemns parts of the world to hurricanes,... Continue reading
Two articles were published in the WSJ "The Experts" section by IE Business School Dean and Prof. Lee Newman: "How to Measure—and Manage—Employee Emotions" Oct 20, 2014 and also #BehavioralFitness: It isn’t what you know at work. It’s how you... Continue reading
September 2014 Lou Gerstner will always be known as the man who saved IBM after resuscitating, then reinvigorating, the near bankrupt company when he took over as chairman and CEO in 1993. Gerstner’s career, though, spanned 43 years which... Continue reading
20.000+ #entrepreneurs already benefited from €182M under the European Progress Microfinance Facility! @LaszloAndorEU — European Commission (@EU_Commission) October 20, 2014 Continue reading
Great piece on regulation and the sharing economy - worth a read - — Sherry Coutu (@scoutu) October 19, 2014 Sarah Cannon Sarah Cannon is a Manager at Google Capital and recently graduated from a joint degree program at... Continue reading
"@TeleFinance: The best thing the state can do for growth is to go away" extremely important article;pls get this out— Julie Meyer (@JulieMarieMeyer) October 19, 2014 Continue reading
"#Austerity will be pain with no gain and structural reforms won’t be enough" By @MazzucatoM #research #crisis #state — Eutopia Magazine (@EutopiaMag) October 14, 2014 Whats w the umbrellas on my books? Just got Spanish ed of Entrepreneurial State... Continue reading Continue reading
...As reported last week in University World News, the EUA also used the occasion to launch the 2014 edition of its Public Funding Observatory report , which monitors the evolution of public funding to higher education institutions in nearly 30... Continue reading "Opportunity knocks for 77% in mentoring scheme", Times Higher Education, October 16, 2014 Realising Opportunities project helps aspiring undergraduates from poor areas gain places at elite research institutions A student-mentoring scheme has helped hundreds of disadvantaged teenagers to gain... Continue reading
Emmanuelle Mury Co-founder at insPeer, Founder and senior consultant at Ithaca Consulting Top Contributor "We are very proud to contribute to the IE tradition of entrepreneurship. Inspeer, the first peer-to-peer insurance platform, co-founded by Louis de Broglie and Emmanuelle Mury,... Continue reading
The coming year looks to be a much better one for new college graduates seeking jobs: — Chronicle (@chronicle) October 14, 2014 Continue reading Global Health Equity discussion today w/ Dean @julio_frenk at 3:45pm at Harvard's Science Center — Lawrence H. Summers (@LHSummers) October 14, 2014 A broad systems-based response will better stem the tide of #Ebola than "a surge of stopgap... Continue reading
Math of Ebola reveal near-impossibility of global containment: it's already too late — Calestous Juma (@calestous) October 16, 2014 Shocking @WHO. report: Ebola has up to 42-day incubation period, not just 21 days! — Calestous Juma (@calestous)... Continue reading
14th October, 2014, HBR blogs Continue reading
RT @HarvardBiz: Columbus's complicated leadership legacy is examined in the classroom #ics392mutiny @depaulu— patrick j. murphy (@profpjm) October 13, 2014 + "Pride Is a Bad Advisor for Leaders", my latest post on @LinkedIn @iebusiness — Santiago Iniguez (@SantiagoIniguez)... Continue reading Presentation of #Chinese version of my book at Renmin B-School, Beijing yesterday @IEbusiness — Santiago Iniguez (@SantiagoIniguez) October 9, 2014 Just back from Beijing - saw Santiago's "Learning Curve" in Chinese - beautiful edition - congrats! @SantiagoIniguez... Continue reading
US CEOs come from the Ivy League, while CFOs begin at the Big Ten— Kevin Delaney (@kevinjdelaney) October 13, 2014 Continue reading
13 Oct. 2014 Why are CEOs so bad at social media? Professor of Corporate Communication Paul Argenti offers tips on how CEOs can improve their social media presence - 67 percent of CEOs have no social media presence. See also... Continue reading What do college rankings really tell you about the quality of a school? @LiviaGershon explores:— JSTOR Daily (@JSTOR_Daily) October 8, 2014 Continue reading
HOW DOES PEER PRESSURE AFFECT EDUCATIONAL INVESTMENTS? Leonardo Bursztyn Anderson School of Management, UCLA and NBER Robert Jensen Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and NBER 9 October @CEP_LSE / DOM Seminar 13:45-3pm How does peer pressure affect educational investment -... Continue reading
How to attract more qualified employees — Stanford Business (@StanfordBiz) October 9, 2014 Continue reading
If you believe you're attractive, you tend to think that hierarchies are a legitimate way to organize people & groups — Stanford Business (@StanfordBiz) October 10, 2014 Continue reading
"Art has been emerging as a new asset class for the well-diversified portfolio." — Stanford Business (@StanfordBiz) October 10, 2014 Continue reading
via Dyan Finkhousen, Head of Open Innovation at General Electric "More recently, in an attempt to lessen the environmental impact of OS production and leverage the wisdom of the crowd, GE announced an innovation prize of C$1m to find technologies... Continue reading