Our insights, news and research

27th October 2016
IE has launched its WOW Room, taking its commitment to technology immersion in the learning environment to the next level. The futuristic learning space is the result of a combination of IE’s teaching excellence and latest generation technologies aimed at inspiring the class of the future.
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7th October 2016
Brexit came as a shock to many British officials in the EU. For four decades, they had successfully shaped EU rules, norms and standards in the national interest. Now, amid deepening suspicion and bereft of government backing, British companies must find new ways to influence its – future – former EU partners. Florent Parmentier explains how.
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7th October 2016
Are Europe’s business leaders taking Brexit seriously? Many outside the UK believe that Britain will reverse its position and find a way to remain within the EU, a conceit that should be dismissed as wishful thinking or pure denial. But even those who accept that Brexit will be carried through, seem unaware or unconcerned about its potential impact on Europe’s business environment. Fernando Fernández considers the issues.
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28th September 2016
As business leaders are under more pressure to reach their goals, understanding the potential of corporate learning to contribute to business outcomes is more important than ever. As business leaders are under more pressure to reach their goals, understanding the potential of corporate learning to contribute to business outcomes is more important than ever. To uncover European business attitudes toward investment in people – and to better understand the opinions of senior executives on the ways learning can have an impact in their businesses – we created the Corporate Learning Pulse survey.
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23rd September 2016
Gareth Jones, visiting IE Business School Professor and member of the FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance Global Educator Network, as been named among the top 20 most influential HR thinkers by HR magazine.
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