IESE Launches Bilingual Management Review

As part of its current expansion as a leader in global executive education and business management research, IESE Business School recently launched IESE Insight, an exclusive, bilingual (Spanish and English) and global business management magazine which will be published quarterly online. The publication will be offered free of charge until 2010.

According to the school, the magazine offers readers the latest ideas from some of the most respected international business management authors in the world. It will showcase the research of IESE professors as well as other internationally renowned business experts. IESE Insight will look at prominent research being produced around the globe, adapting its language and contents so to satisfy the needs of entrepreneurs and executives in every corner of the world.

“Our aim is to promote the spread of original ideas about current business issues that are relevant and useful to senior executives. The magazine will take a more journalistic approach,” says the editorial director of the new publication, professor Antonio Argandoña.

Each issue of IESE Insight will focus on a topic of current concern, but will also include other interesting sections such as an interview with a prominent senior executive conducted by an IESE professor, or an in-depth report on a new case study. The first issue, available here, focuses on leading a company with no clear idea of what tomorrow might bring. Sounds like interesting reading in today’s climate.

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