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TOP consultants from INCAE’s 2016 MBA took part in contest sponsored by Bain Mexico

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Tuesday, 06 December 2016 16:27

thumb Bain MéxicoFifteen recent graduates of INCAE's 2016 MBA Program traveled to Mexico to work together and prove their consulting skills in a competition held by Bain, an organization serving companies, MNCs, and nonprofits all over Mexico and northern Latin America. The prize was a valuable opportunity to participate in Bain's recruitment process.

To meet the challenge three groups of students among the top 13 groups in the Management Consulting Project (MCP) were selected to travel to Mexico City to work for 4 days developing an actual corporate strategy case for a client of Bain & Co. with only one group winning. All sophomores at INCAE's MBA Program are required to engage in the MCP, which is an external consulting project in the MBA Program.

 

INCAE’s Global MBA and Babson College present their new module “Innovation and Entrepreneurship”

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Monday, 05 December 2016 16:45

thumb babson-collegeAs part of the growth and innovation offered by INCAE Business School to its Executive Education students, a partnership with Babson College was forged this week to benefit participants of INCAE's Global Executive MBA.

The agreement will allow students to improve their tools and enhance their knowledge about entrepreneurship worldwide.

   

INCAE started its new Public Administration program in Washington D.C.

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Monday, 05 December 2016 16:34

Public Administration ProgramIn line with its mission to promote the integral development of the region, INCAE Business School and the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University (USA), developed the Executive Program in Public Administration. This is an executive program comprising three different modules, aimed at public sector leaders in Latin America.

Between July 11 – 15, 2016, mayors, deputy ministers, advisors, and managers of public institutions from Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, and Panama attended the first module in the program at the campus of Georgetown University in Washington D.C. to acquire tools enabling them to lead effective change in their organizations and promote public policies consistent with sustainable development.

   

Sixty-seven leaders graduated at INCAE’s 2016 Top Management Training Program

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Monday, 05 December 2016 16:14

thumb PAG 2016INCAE continues to grow with 67 new members (24 women and 43 men) from 13 countries who joined INCAE’s community last July 22nd after graduating from the Top Management Training Program - PAG. PAG provided an impressive multicultural and learning experience to executives from Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, El Salvador, Spain, and Venezuela.

Participants enjoyed an ideal environment to reflect on change under a teaching model focused on managerial strengths, opportunities provided by the environment, critical vision, and best attitudes to drive management performance.

   

Latin America continues to work on narrowing the gender gap

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Tuesday, 01 November 2016 00:00

thumb GenderGap"Social progress entails women's progress, and vice versa. We must continue making progress in reducing gender differences in terms of opportunities, access, control, and use of resources enabling women to ensure their well-being and human development," said Camelia Ilie, Chair of INCAE's Center for Collaborative and Women's Leadership (CCWL) and Dean of INCAE's Executive Programs.

Last October 26, 2016 INCAE's Center for Collaborative and Women's Leadership, in conjunction with Costa Rica's Presidential Palace, launched the results of the World Economic Forum's 2016 Gender Gap Report for Latin America. In this study that reviews 144 countries in terms of health, education, economic opportunities, and political empowerment, Latin America stood at the same level as Eastern Europe and Central Asia as the third region worldwide with the narrowest gender gap, reaching a 30% gender parity distance and surpassing the Middle East and North Africa, Southern Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Eastern Asia and the Pacific.

   

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