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INCAE Shares HBS Teaching Method with Latin American Instructors

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Friday, 11 December 2015 00:00

thumb Taller de casos 2015Training instructors to teach the way Harvard does. That is the goal of the Case Study Writing and Teaching Workshop offered by INCAE to train Latin American teachers and researchers on the case method. This teaching approach, pioneered by Harvard Business School slightly over 100 years ago, remains to this day the hallmark of top business schools worldwide, including INCAE.

The case method aims to teach students how to apply knowledge directly to real-life situations of actual companies around the world, to reinforce learning and know how to perform once they graduate. In addition, it allows instructors to see issues from different standpoints and learn from class discussion.

 

Mark Thompson, “Growth has much to do with the willingness of individuals to invest in entrepreneurs”

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Tuesday, 01 December 2015 00:00

thumb Mark ThompsonINCAE Business School and the U.S. Embassy invited Mark Thompson to attend the "Business Transformation - Drive Change and Create a Culture of Innovation" Conference held in Santa Ana, Costa Rica last November 30. Thompson, who is an extremely charismatic, humble, hardworking businessman with a passion for what he does and always willing to give advice shared his business insight to help participants build companies, bring change into their firms, and help the region emerge through collaboration and innovation.

   

INCAE Alumni Receive AACSB’s Inaugural Influential Leaders Award

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Thursday, 24 September 2015 06:03

pacheco-sagreraMaría Pacheco and Ricardo Sagrera, INCAE graduates, have been recognized as one of the first 100 AACSB Influential Leaders. Maria's and Ricardo's work exemplifies the innovative mindset and meaningful contributions to society that INCAE graduates display around the world and every day—whether they operate within large corporations, small businesses, or the nonprofit sector.

Guatemalan María Pacheco has worked hard on the development of rural areas through Kiej de los Bosques, a social enterprise she founded, dedicated to exporting jewelry made by local artists, under the brand name, Wakami. Her company exports the products made by Guatemalan artists from 17 rural communities to 14 countries. "INCAE nominated María because she is really an example of how a good idea along with the right tools and dedication, can help poorer areas move to a better more prosperous future" explained Enrique Bolaños, Rector of INCAE.

   

The first 50 days of INCAE’s new President

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Thursday, 06 August 2015 17:53

enrique-pIt's been more than 50 days since the change of President at INCAE. Time is relative and although nearly two months have gone by, for Enrique Bolaños, INCAE's new President it seems like yesterday. Nevertheless, aside from living on a plane between Nicaragua and Costa Rica, Enrique Bolaños has put the pieces in place to start his presidency with a strong focus on excellence in INCAE.

When you speak to Enrique, you realize that he has a clear intention to listen to the ideas and needs of all INCAE stakeholders. In his first 50 days he has visited more than 20 companies from the region and beyond. He has also started the initiative "Dialogs with the President", interaction spaces with different internal groups: professors, directors, staff and students. The first "Dialogs with the President" took place on June 12 and 15 in Costa Rica and Nicaragua respectively. Yet it hasn't all been about listening, but also about taking action.

 

 

   

INCAE MBA class of 2015 graduate with “ the passion, community and tools to make a difference”

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Master Programs

Wednesday, 03 June 2015 17:26

INCAE graduationIf it wasn’t for the gowns and mortarboards, you might think you were attending the Summit of the Americas at the INCAE MBA 2015 graduation. Listening to the graduates, their families and INCAE professors you hear a full range of Spanish dialects. The graduates come from 15 Latin American countries, the US and two European countries.

It’s been a busy few weeks for INCAE and a couple of the highlights have been the graduations of the two editions of the INCAE MBA. The 104 graduates of the 21-month MBA taught on the Costa Rica campus celebrated their commencement on 22nd May, while the 81 graduates of the 15-month MBA Camp taught on the Nicaragua campus, graduated on 29th May.

   

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