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Global Network Week: Vibhor Nayak's experience

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 - 12:55
Por: 
Matthew O’Rourke

Prior to coming to the Yale School of Management as a student in the Master of Advanced Management program, Vibhor Nayak knew the next steps he wanted to take in his career. He was attracted to Yale in part because of its connection to the Global Network for Advanced Management and the school’s approach to global business. To Nayak, a week at INCAE Business School is not only be a chance to learn how business is done in Central America, but it also serves as a type of training for what he

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Global Network Week: Jane Sun's experience

Friday, October 20, 2017 - 14:33
Por: 
Matthew O’Rourke

Jane Sun hasn’t followed a traditional path to her MBA program.

Sun, a student at the UCB Sauder School of Business, is a clinical psychologist by training who works in the emergency department at Vancouver General Hospital. She was born in Costa Rica to Taiwanese parents, but left the country early in her childhood for Canada and hasn’t been back until now. She knew she would return when she learned about the option to attend INCAE Business

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06 most influential CEOs in Latin America

Wednesday, October 11, 2017 - 15:19
Por: 
Clarisa Herrera

They chair big companies in Latin America and they have not only increased the profitability for stockholders, but they have stayed on the right course and improved the performance even in times of crisis.

With brilliant careers and unstoppable achievements, they have shined in the entrepreneurial scenery, the media and the business community because of their results.

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How did a Latin American woman persuade the world to "save” itself?

Monday, August 14, 2017 - 10:21
Por: 
Eugenio Ingenio

Sometimes, as a Latin American, I am not aware of the impact that we as Latinos can have in the world. The case of the Costa Rican, Christiana Figueres Olsen, serves as an example to encourage us to think big.  

When she was Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), she demonstrated what can happen when a Latin American woman decides to change the world. Leading the Paris Agreement negotiation, she managed to convince

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Change through exchange

Friday, April 28, 2017 - 09:53
Por: 
Alexis Urquhart

 

The foreigner stood out in the crowd, her face red from the sun and sweat clearly beading on her forehead. She stood bewildered at a busy intersection, overwhelmed by the general cacophony, looking across the street at the teeming traffic. Every possible space was occupied: vendors selling a variety of merchandise and food, stray dogs and people napping in the heat of the afternoon, new and ancient cars, and oceans of scooters and bikes. There were actual stoplights at this articular intersection but the signals were not even taken as a suggestion – chaos reigned. As she stood

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