IESE


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IESEInstitut für Experimentelles Software Engineering (Germany)
IESEInstituto de Estudios Superiores de La Empresa (Spanish business school)
IESEFraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering
IESEInstituto de Estudos Sociais e Económicos (Portuguese: Institute for Social and Economic Studies; Mozambique)
IESEInstitute of Environmental Science and Engineering (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
IESEImprovement and Efficiency South East (UK)
IESEIndustrial Economics and Strategy (Copenhagen Business School; Denmark)
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The appeal of IESE to a very wide audience all over the world stems from its emphasis on the social role of business.
Consultants iESE have been tasked with finding ways to reduce costs while streamlining services to make them more commercially viable - but have been warned that closing swimming pools is unlikely to win political support.
The opportunity to do things differently Giuseppe Auricchio (IESE)
Dr Imran Hashmi, Associate Dean IESE was the chief guest at the occasion.
IESE Professor Dr Sher Jamal Khan spoke about drinking water resources available globally and nationally.
The origin of the initiative lies in the annual "Future of Banking Conference" that IESE launched in London in 2014 to help improve research on the governance and management of banks.
ISLAMABAD -- A delegation of Institute of Environmental Sciences and Engineering (IESE) of National University of Science and Technology (NUST) led by Dr.Yousaf Jamal visited Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Later, he took an Advanced Management Programme in 2014 at the IESE Business School in Spain.
The event was supported by the UNDP Pakistan Environment wing, WWF Pakistan and the Institute of Environmental Sciences and Engineering (IESE) of the National University of Science and Technology (NUST), Islamabad Devcom Centennial Leo Club (IDCLC).
He completed his Advanced Management Program of IESE (Spain)/University of Asia and the Pacific in 2014.
TORRES, Beatriz (2015), Los origenes del IESE, LID Editorial Empresarial, Madrid
Now in its fourth Edition, the Cities in Motion Index, which was published by the Spain-based University of Navarra's IESE Business School assesses key areas across global cities, including technology, through a broad range of expert perspectives from the private and public sectors.