Publicado el : 29 de Junio de 2022
En : General
The IEEM launches a new proposal for foreign participants seeking to internationalize their profile.
Participants from the entire IESE network will have the opportunity to live in Uruguay an international experience in the EMBA of the IEEM Business school of the University of Montevideo.
A week in which, in one place, they will have the opportunity to attend sessions by renowned professors from the most prestigious business schools in the world: Harvard Business School (USA), Cranfield (UK) and Nyenrode Business Universiteit (Netherlands) and IEEM Business School (Uruguay).
Dates: 31/10, 1 & 2/11
Directors and executives must understand the macroeconomic context and the socio-economic factors that affect the business environment in which they make decisions.
On completion, students should be able to:
Richard Vietor | Harvard Business School | USA
Professor Vietor is Baker Foundation Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School. He teaches courses on the international political economy. Before coming to the Business School in 1978, Professor Vietor held faculty appointments at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and the University of Missouri at Columbia. He received a B.A. in economics from Union College (1967), an M.A. in history from Hofstra University (1971), and a Ph.D. in history from the University of Pittsburgh (1975). He has been the recipient of a National Endowment for the Humanities Research Fellowship, the Harvard-Newcomen Postdoctoral Fellowship in Business History, and the Newcomen Award in Business History.
Ignacio Munyo | IEEM Business School | Uruguay
Professor of Economics at IEEM Business School, University of Montevideo, Uruguay. He is PhD in Economics from Universidad de San Andrés, Argentina; Master in Economics from the University of Chicago, USA; Licentiate in Economics from Universidad de la República, Uruguay. Director of CERES Uruguay.
Dates: 3, 4 & 5/11
In the everyday reality amplified by COVID-19, the world is confronted with the fact that human behavior is the cause of a lot of misery and can at the same time be the solution. With some good will, developed companies and countries can leverage this crisis as an accelerator to excel in the international playing field. This requires that they must develop strategies responding to the major world challenges.
Companies are increasingly expected to not only refrain from causing damage to the environment, but to rather make a proactively positive contribution to society, together with partners. The ball is not only in the court of the business community. Solutions to the associated risks require public and private cooperation in which companies and governments must take responsibility, with citizens also playing a prominent role. If we want to face major challenges, such as sufficient clean water and CO2 emissions reductions, we must look at the entire value chain and its global interconnectedness.
Prof. dr. Désirée M. van Gorp LL.M. | Nyenrode Business Universiteit | Netherlands
What Désirée van Gorp drives, is the combination of education, research and working with companies and the interaction with her students and alumni. Désirée is teaching in BSc, MSc, Executive MBA, Full time MBA, Modular MBA and various EEOD programs. Currently, Désirée is Chairman of the International Advisory Board; Chairman of the Full time MBA Opleidingscommissie; deputy member of the Appeal Committee for students General Management and member of the International Council. Désirée holds a Master's degree with a specialization in international law from Leiden University. She obtained her PhD in business administration defending her dissertation entitled "Offshoring in the service sector: an empirical investigation on the offshoring behavior of service firms and its influence on their foreign entry mode choice” at Nyenrode.
Dates: 7, 8 & 9/11
This course is primarily designed for students who plan to get involved with a new venture at some point in their career -- as a founder, early employee, advisor or investor. However, the course is also appropriate for students interested in gaining a broader view of the financing landscape for young firms, going beyond the basics of venture capital and angel financing to look at venture debt, bank finance, corporate venture capital and receivables.
The goal of the course is to help managers make better investment and financing decisions in entrepreneurial settings. The course covers all stages of the venture's life cycle from startup to exit, and delves into issues such as deal structures, incentives, business models and valuation.
The course address key issues faced by entrepreneurs: how much money should be raised at each stage; when should it be raised; what is a reasonable valuation of the company; and how should funding, employment contracts and exit decisions be structured. They aim to prepare students for these decisions, both as entrepreneurs and as investors. Finally, we look at a variety of financing models across the venture's life cycle, with an aim to understanding the incentives of each type of investor, the relative costs and benefits of each source of funding and the connections between a venture's financing strategy and its product-market strategy.
PhD, Stephanie Hussels | Cranfield University | United Kingdom
She is the Director of the Bettany Centre for Entrepreneurship, the entrepreneurial hub at Cranfield University, and the Director of the Business Growth Programme (BGP), the longest established owner- manager programme in the UK. Aside from her work with start-ups, she regularly cooperates with charities and firms on how to encourage and implement intrapreneurship.
In recent years Stephanie was the Director of the Cranfield’s full-time MBA programme. She teaches a wide range of entrepreneurial topics and quantitative research methods on executive, graduate, and doctoral levels. In addition to her experience at Cranfield, she has gained numerous experiences in teaching at foreign universities, such as the ESMT Berlin, the Prince Mohammad Bin Salman College (MBSC) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Beijing Normal University in China or Muscat University.
Stephanie holds a PhD in Insurance and Financial Economics (University of Bradford).
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.
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. 3 for its MBA in the European ranking and No. 3 in the world according to The Economist (2022). In addition, IESE has been ranked No. 2 in the world in education for executives, according to the Financial Times (2022).
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.