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.
IEEM educates leaders who aim to positively influence companies and society.
Courses are focused on participants in order to strengthen their skills and encourage sound decision-making and effective leadership
IEEM has a large community of alumni who are in constant interaction with each other
Professors have been educated and have professional experience abroad, and use real foreign cases
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
Analytic and personal skills development
Management skills development
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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.