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You never know too much

Written on October 14, 2014 by IMBA News in News

Finance professor Francisco López-Lubián is as passionate about finance as he is about the cinema. By the way, he’s not only a finance professor, he’s actually the head of the finance area at IE Business School. He’s also worked for the finance industry for quite some time. But most of all he just loves films.
That’s why we decided to cast him as the main character in a finance crime movie entitled “You Never Know Too Much,” as you can see in this trailer for the film. Don´t miss his references to films like The Godfather, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, or Amores Perros, not to mention The man who knew too much… Enjoy.
P.S. For a finance bio of Prof. López-Lubian please click here




Not enough Training, not enough Training and not enough Training

Written on November 21, 2012 by IMBA News in News

A healthy lifestyle, the right work-life-balance, time for oneself! When working, these goals, or let´s call them decisive actions, are sometimes difficult to mold into habits that become part of a daily routine. Why? Because they often require one to break old habits, to self-reflect and to reassess priorities – time, people might think they don’t have. Check out the video below, to understand why IE Sports Management Professor, Eduardo Fernández-Cantelli, wakes up every morning at 6am to go for a run and why it is important to find a “habit” that allows you to spend some time away from everything. 

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Breaking the Ice – The other side of IE Professors (Video 2)

Written on June 29, 2012 by IMBA News in News

The action of dropping a Han Dinasty Urn by a well-known Chinese contemporary artist can take many forms of symbolism. On the other hand, dropping a computer in Plaza Mayor cannot have an in-between-lines character, right?

So, why would the well-known technology prodigy and IE Professor of Information Technologies and Systems, Enrique Dans, choose this action as his first act?

To find an answer, check out the second video of the series “The other side of IE Professors” in which Prof. Dans explains why a gift from his father changed his life and what effects technology has on society. At this point in life we are all “media” – a media that was once controllable but current events have shown that this might not be the case any longer.

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