Mission


IEEM educates leaders who aim to make a positive and long-lasting impact on companies and society. Our programs are focused on personal and professional growth and help develop open-minded managers who can have a global influence on the business world.


RESPONSIBLE LEADERS

IEEM educates leaders who aim to positively influence companies and society.

PARTICIPANT-CENTERED

Courses are focused on participants in order to strengthen their skills and encourage sound decision-making and effective leadership

LONG-LASTING RELATIONS

IEEM has a large community of alumni who are in constant interaction with each other

GLOBAL VISION

Professors have been educated and have professional experience abroad, and use real foreign cases

RIGOR AND EXCELLENCE

The school’s professional faculty has several years of experience and the support of the IESE Business School faculty and that of other associated schools.

IEEM

IEEM educates leaders who aim to make a positive and long-lasting impact on companies and society. IEEM’s programs are focused on personal and professional growth and help develop open-minded managers who can have a global influence on the business world.

Methodology


IEEM adopts a participant-centered learning methodology. Active learning efforts are made by participants, while professors’ role is to encourage and promote learning.

This is the most effective approach for the development of managers and executives: learning through critical reflection and mainly by “doing”, i.e. by deciding.

Case discussion

A case describes a business situation with complex dilemmas that must be resolved by the main character – typically a manager.

The participant needs to understand the situation or problem at hand, generate alternatives for solving it, choose one, and be prepared to defend his or her proposal.

Roleplaying, simulations, games


The same active learning principle, but with a more intense experience.

Besides exchanging arguments, participants have to endure the consequences of their initiatives and decisions.

Group Sessions


After individual preparation and prior to main sessions, cases are discussed in small groups. The objective is to exchange opinions and points of view so as to identify different angles and approaches to each case decision.

Conferences


Practical sessions are complemented by lectures in which professors share a conceptual view that helps understand the topics previously discussed, permanently and with greater depth.


Conceptualisation and management attitudes

Knowledge development

Analytic and personal skills development

Management skills development

Case method

About us




Admissions Department

Director: Margara Ferber - mferber@um.edu.uy

Alumni Department

Director: Ignacio Torres Negreira - itn@um.edu.uy
Coordinator: Carina Vanrell - cvanrell@um.edu.uy

IEEM Revista de Negocios

Editor-in-chief: Jimena Morassi - mjmorassi@um.edu.uy



Economy, Society and Business Center

Director: Ignacio Munyo - imunyo@um.edu.uy

Entrepreneurship Center

emprendimientos@ieem.edu.uy

XCALA

Coordinator: Marcelo Roca - marcelo.roca@um.edu.uy

Faculty


IEEM’s faculty is composed of professionals that combine wide practical experience in their areas of expertise with specific training in teaching and research on business management. The faculty includes a group of full-time professors, complemented by part-time professors and visiting professors from foreign schools, mainly from IESE and the network of associated schools.

Master of Business Administration, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; BS in Physics, Universidad Complutense de Madrid; Professor of Business Policy.

Calleja, Luis Manuel

Master of Business Administration, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo. Master of Management Research, Cranfield University; Industrial Engineer, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); Certificate in Production and Inventory Management, APICS; GloColl, Harvard Business School; Professor of Operations Management.

Edelman, Adrián

PhD in Business Administration, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; Master of Business Administration, Cranfield University; Certified Public Accountant, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); Increasing Sales Force Productivity, Kellogg Graduate School of Management; GloColl, Harvard Business School; Professor of Business Policy and Marketing Management.

Folle, Carlos

Master of Business Administration, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Psychologist, Universidad Católica del Uruguay; GloColl, Harvard Business School; Case Writing Workshop, Harvard Business School; Professor of Human Behavior in Organizations.

Fratocchi, Valeria

Global Executive MBA, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; Master of Business Administration, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Sales and Operations Planning, Oliver Wight Americas Institute; Industrial Engineer, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); Professor of Business Policy.

Martínez, Juan Manuel

PhD in Economics, Universidad de San Andrés (Argentina); Master of Economics, University of Chicago: Senior Management Program, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Economist, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); BA in Accounting and Management, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); GloColl, Harvard Business School; Professor of Economics.

Munyo, Ignacio

Master of Laws, University of Chicago Law School; Management Leadership in Law Firms Program, Executive Education Program, Harvard Law School; Bachelor of Laws, Universidad de Montevideo; Professor of Business Policy.

Olivera , Juan Martín

Doctorate of Business Administration (in progress), ESEADE (Argentina); Executive Master of Business Administration, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Certified Public Accountant, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); Professor of of Accounting and Control.

Otero, Patricia

Doctorate of Business Administration (in progress), ESEADE (Argentina); Executive Master of Business Administration, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; B.A. in Communications, Universidad de Montevideo; Professor of Marketing Management.

Ramos, Joaquín

PhD in Business Administration, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; Master of Business Administration, IAE, Universidad Austral; Certified Public Accountant, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); GloColl, Harvard Business School; Professor of Business Policy.

Regent, Pablo

PhD in Computer Science, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); PhD in Computer Science, INRIA (France); Master of Business Administration, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Master of Computer Science, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); Computer Engineer, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); GloColl, Harvard Business School; Professor of Decision Analysis and Information Systems.

Sartor, Pablo

Master of Communications Management, IAE, Universidad Austral; Management Development Program, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Strategic Management and Trade Planning Program, Georgetown School of Business, Washington; BA in International Relations, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); director of Master of Communications Management, Universidad de Montevideo; professor of Strategic Communication.

Schroeder, Patricia

Ph.D. in Management, IAE, Universidad Austral; Technician in Family Counseling (pending monograph approvall), Instituto de Ciencias para la Familia, Universidad Austral; B.A in Philosophy, Universidad Católica Argentina; Professor of Entrepreneurship.

Sena, Santiago

PhD candidate, Instituto de Empresa y Humanismo, Universidad de Navarra; Master of Business Administration, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Certified Public Accountant, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); BA in Business Administration, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); GloColl, Harvard Business School; Professor of Organizational Economics.

Veiga, Leonardo

Álvarez, Luis

Master of Business Administration, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Certified Public Accountant, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); Professor of Accounting.

Amoza, Gustavo

Master of Business Administration, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Certified Public Accountant, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); Professor of Financial Management.

Olivera, José Luis

Certified Public Accountant and BA in Business Administration, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); Professor of Financial Management.

Presno, Nicolás

Master of Business Administration, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Certified Public Accountant, Universidad de Montevideo; Professor of Cost Management.

Vallone, Gabriel

Master of Business Administration, EAE, Universidad de Barcelona; Program on Negotiation, PIL, Harvard Law School; Professor of Negotiation.

Álvarez de Mon, Santiago

PhD in Sociology, Universidad de Salamanca; MBA, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; Professor of Human Behavior in Organizations (IESE).

Carelli , Jose Paulo

PhD (c) in Economics and MBA, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; Master of Economics, EPGE (Brasil); Professor of Financial Management (ISE).

Dávila, Juan Pablo

PhD in BA, Cranfield University; MBA INALDE, Universidad de La Sabana; Professor of Decision Analysis and Control (INALDE).

Enrione, Alfredo

PhD in BA, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; Master of Industrial Engineering, Universidad Católica de Chile; Professor of International Strategy (ESE).

Gómez, Rafael

PhD in Organizational Management, Universidad de Navarra; MBA, IPADE, Universidad Panamericana; Professor of Operations Management (IPADE).

Lagomarsino, Raúl

PhD in BA, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; MBA, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; Professor of Human Behavior in Organizations (ESE).

Martínez Abascal, Eduardo

PhD in Economics and BA, Universidad de Barcelona; MBA, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; Professor of Financial Management (IESE).

Mies, Rafael

PhD in Business Administration, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; Business Engineer, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez; Professor of Organizational Behavior (ESE).

Musacchio, Aldo

PhD in Economic History of Latin America, Stanford University; Professor of the Business, Government and International Economy Unit (HBS).

Neill, Conor

MBA, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; Professor of Managing People in Organizations (IESE).

Novoa, Fabio

Master of Business Administration, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; Industrial Engineer, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá; Professor of Operations Management (INALDE).

Pin, José Ramón

PhD in Political Science, Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca; MBA, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; Professor of Human Behavior in Organizations (IESE).

Prats, María Julia

PhD in BA, Harvard Business School; MBA, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; Professor of Entrepreneurship (IESE).

Sánchez Loppacher, Julio

PhD in Supply Chain Management, Politecnico di Milano (Italy); MBA, IAE, Universidad Austral; Professor of Operations Management (IAE).

Silva, Javier

PhD candidate, Henley Management College; Master of Business Administration, IAE, Universidad Austral; Naval Architect, ITBA; Professor of Marketing Management (IAE).

Trevinyo-Rodríguez, Rosa Nelly

PhD in Family Business Management, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; Professor of Family Business Management (ITESM).

Vietor, Richard

PhD in History, University of Pittsburgh; Professor of Business Regulation and International Political Economy (HBS).

Villanueva, Julián

PhD in BA, University of California; MBA, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; Professor of Marketing (IESE).

Zerboni, Fernando

PhD in BA, IESE, Universidad de Navarra; MBA, IAE, Universidad Austral; Professor of Business Administration (IAE).

Barcala, Julio

Master of Business Administration, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Professor of Business Policy.

Beratarrechea, Andrea

Master of Clinical Effectiveness, Universidad de Buenos Aires; doctor, Universidad del Salvador; Professor of Chronic Patient Management at IEEM.

Bueno Ferreira, Stephani

Master in Human Management, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Professor of Law in the Health System and Leadership.

Domínguez, Elvira

Master of Health Organization Management, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Professor of Health Care Management and Assurance.

Escobar, Valeria

Master in Commercial Law, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); Professor of Medical Law.

Giménez, Andrea

Master of Health Organization Management, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Master of Clinical Pharmacology, Universidad de Montevideo; Professor of Pharmacoeconomics.

Jorge, Daniel

Master of Business Administration, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Professor of Information and Control Systems and Quality in the Health System.

Morín, Verónica

Master of Health Organization Management, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Professor of Quality in the Health System and Corporate Social Responsibility.

Nin, Nicolás

PhD in Pathophysiology and Biochemistry, Universidad de la República (Uruguay); Master in Biostatistics, Universidad Complutense de Madrid; Professor of Epidemiology.

Paredes, Daniel

Health Management Program, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Professor of Human Behavior in Organizations.

Pichon-Riviere, Andrés

PhD in Medicine, specialized in Public Health, Universidad de Buenos Aires; Professor of Health Technology Assessment.

Prosper, Inés

MBA, EEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Professor of Operations Management.

Rodríguez, Ana Inés

MBA, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Professor of Marketing Management

Scheitler, Florencia

Management Development Program, IEEM, Universidad de Montevideo; Ontological coach, Escuela de Newfield Network (Chile); professor of Coaching.

Schiavi, Pablo

Master in Economic Administrative Law, Universidad de Montevideo; Professor of Personal Data.

Associated schools



IEEM is part of a wide network of associated schools, including IESE (Spain). Other prominent schools in the network are: IPADE (Mexico), ISE (Brazil), IAE (Argentina), INALDE (Colombia) and ESE (Chile). IEEM has a Permanent Advisory Committee composed of professors from the prestigious Harvard Business School (USA) and IESE Business School (Spain). Since its founding, IEEM shares strong bonds with IESE, the School of Business of Universidad de Navarra, ranked No. 1 for its MBA in the European ranking and No. 5 in the world according to The Economist (2013). In addition, IESE has been ranked No. 2 in the world in education for executives, according to the Financial Times (2013). The relationship between IEEM and IESE is built on the active participation of IESE professors as guests on regular programs, and on a wide range of cooperation activities for academic development of both institutions, within the framework of research and professor training.