Estos son los proyectos finalistas seleccionados en cada una de las categorías: Healthcare & Biotech, Industrial Revolution, Digital solutions for mass markets y Tech for big player
Spearheading Japan's renewables revolution: http://t.co/wNkTP67PrL— LondonBusinessSchool (@LBS) June 16, 2015
"We want to help shape the future of the energy industry in Japan, to change the world through renewable energy."http://t.co/loQ2wTBUie— LondonBusinessSchool (@LBS) June 16, 2015
Japan's renewable energy sector has grown hugely in recent years - and alumnus Ken Isono is leading the field: http://t.co/4jVKqNxFbl— LondonBusinessSchool (@LBS) June 15, 2015
The business has come a long way in just four years. Isono was on the shortlist for both the 2014 EY Entrepreneur of the Year in Japan and EY job creation award, and runs one of the fastest growing companies in his sector.
By 2017 he plans on having developed 1,000 MW of renewable energy power plants. The firm is expanding as well, both into new energy sources, such as wind, hydro energy and biomass, and internationally.
Please join us in congratulating the 2015 EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year winner, Mohed Altrad, of Altrad Group, France!— EY EOY (@EY_EOY) June 6, 2015
www.mckinsey.com/insights/social_sector/Women_in_the_Muslim_world_taking_the_fast_track_to_change March 2015 | by Saadia Zahidi
Expansión, 22 Nov 2014
Desde el jueves ya podemos leer en español el famosísimo libro de Thomas Piketty El capital en el siglo XXI, que aunque se publicó en francés el año pasado no tuvo un éxito rotundo hasta que fue traducido al inglés en el mes de marzo. Precisamente esta semana ha sido elegido “libro del año” por Financial Times, una decisión controvertida, ya que fue esta publicación (May 23, 2014) una de las que más duramente criticó la metodología del autor francés, calificándola de poco exacta y sesgada.
El link del artículo del expansión de hoy titulado: "La desigualdad se reduce" es http://t.co/2oQ5e10D4c— Rafael Pampillón (@Rafaelpampillon) November 22, 2014
The European Commission’s Enterprise and Industry Directorate General is pleased to announce that the 5th edition of the Cluster Manager Award is now open and the Award will be presented during the European Cluster Conference 2014 to be held in Brussels on the 20-21 October.
This award is a great opportunity for all cluster managers from across Europe to showcase their activities and demonstrate the excellence of the services they provide to their members and notably their SMEs.
To apply for the award please complete the application formmsw8 and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submitting applications is the 8th October 2014 (midnight).
17 June 2014
Asos, Zoopla and Spotify among most valuable startups, with the UK particularly successful in creating technology millionaires
Europe has produced 30 technology companies worth more than $1bn (£590m) since the millennium, according to research that explodes the myth that the region's Internet entrepreneurs lack vision and sell up too early...
IMD professors top Oscars of the business school world, Financial Times, Della Bradshaw, 3 March, 2014
The Case Centre's annual awards and competitions, now in their 24th year, celebrate worldwide excellence in case writing and teaching in business education. The awards and competitions are assessed anonymously to ensure impartiality.
Summary: Please see Notes for Editors below for further details of all the winners.
2013 Colorado Startup Report: Over $1B Generated through Exits [infographic] | Built In Colorado http://t.co/zxzFz9jKVW— David Cohen (@davidcohen) March 9, 2014
Worldwide Lean Startup Challenge — FounderSensei http://t.co/IfUqOM5RiW— David Cohen (@davidcohen) March 14, 2014
Forbes (2/25/2014): Each March marks the start of the annual pilgrimage of 30,000+ of the best and brightest minds in technology and digital creativity to Austin, Texas, for the high octane, idea-incubating fest that is South by Southwest Interactive (SXSWi) – the largest conference of its kind...
Make Yourself BIG: How the Body Shapes the Mind (Amy Cuddy, Harvard Business School)
What Drives Word of Mouth? (Jonah Berger, The Wharton School, Univ of Penn)
(UPDATE - it was the Enterprise and Big Data category (sorry, busy day))
Just a Drop is an international water aid charity, which was set up in 1998. Fiona Jeffery, the charity’s founder, learnt that just £1 can deliver clean water to a child for up to 10 years. Just a Drop was born, based on the premise that if people can be encouraged to give a little then collectively we can make a huge difference.
+ www.reedelsevier.com/corporateresponsibility/environmental-challenge There is a $50,000 prize for the first place entry and a $25,000 prize for the second place entry. For the second year, a $15,000 WASH Alliance prize will be given for the third place project.
Découvrez le Palmarès Women Equity 2013, les 50 entreprises les plus performantes dirigées par des femmes : http://t.co/Srel4YCN7W— Women Equity (@WomenEquity) December 19, 2013
In Europe’s biggest ever app challenge the EU is offering €400 000 in prizes to best new applications that help build smarter cities and smarter businesses. Campus Party, the world’s largest geek forum, will manage the contest, judged by specialized engineers from the EU-funded FI-WARE Consortium.
The only condition of the competition is that app entries should build on the building blocks deployed in the EU’s project to build the core platform of tomorrow’s internet.
50 of these existing building blocks already exist – and are freely available through the FI-WARE Open Innovation Lab for developers to experiment with. They provide generic functions that can be used by a wide range of different applications from all kinds of sectors, like cloud hosting, big data analysis, identity management or the Internet of Things. This app challenge seeks to enable services based on those building blocks.
200,000 euros per idea and final 30 projects could get 2 million euros each. Company must be created in France.
Themes: Energy Storage, Recycling, Sea-life protection, Vegetable proteins and chemistry, Personalised medicine and the "silver economy"
A cette occasion, un tchat vidéo Glowbl permettra de donner la parole à
Nelson MACULAN, ancien Secrétaire d’Etat à l’Enseignement supérieur du Président Lula au Brésil. En direct de Rio
Peretz LAVIE, Président de l’Université Technion, Israël. En direct de Haifa
Young SOHN, Directeur général de la stratégie de Samsung, Corée. En direct de Hawaii
Mostapha Bousmina, Président de l’Université euro-méditerranéenne, Maroc. En direct de Fès
Sam Pitroda, Conseiller du Premier ministre indien, Président du Conseil national de l’innovation en Inde. En direct de Chicago
La ciberanestesia podría ser más segura para los pacientes http://t.co/7286yNkdf7— MIT TechReview es (@techreview_es) November 5, 2013
Por tercer año consecutivo, Innovadores menores de 35 España presenta a los 10 jóvenes con los proyectos más punteros en ciencia y tecnología en el país. Estos innovadores son un ejemplo de la capacidad de los jóvenes de generar ideas disruptivas y de la valentía de llevarlas a cabo.
Nuevos medicamentos que actúan sobre el cuerpo humano como un ecosistema.
Guide URJC: Plataforma de guiado accesible y universal para espacios interiores y exteriores.
ADAPTABLE: Mesa de paciente para mejorar la eficacia en la administración de radioterapia.
‘Grafeno fotónico’ para láseres ultraeficientes y almacenamiento de energía solar.
INFANTIUM: Tecnología cognitiva, inteligencia artificial y ‘big data’ para personalizar el aprendizaje infantil.
EYE2021: Gafas que mediante un sistema acústico mejoran la independencia de personas ciegas.
F2TE3: Material superaislante para una mayor sostenibilidad y libertad en el diseño de edificios.
Fabricación de tejidos biológicos (córneas artificiales) que se integren en el cuerpo humano.
PALMIBER y ENLAZA: Vehículo lúdico e interfaz para rehabilitación de niños con parálisis cerebral.
|ROSA MARÍA JIMÉNEZ-RODRÍGUEZ
Kit para un cierre definitivo y menos agresivo de grandes heridas abdominales.
PRESS RELEASE, 3 July 2013
EIB Prize for excellence in economic and social research awarded for the first time
The European Investment Bank (EIB) Prize, launched this year, is an award created by the EIB Institute to recognise and stimulate excellence in economic and social research, its implementation and diffusion. The first EIB Prizes are awarded to two candidates in recognition of their research on the topic of the prize: “Growth, employment and convergence, with applications to the European Union”. This year’s “Outstanding Contribution Award” will go to Prof. Dr Klaus F. Zimmermann from the University of Bonn and Director of the Institute for the Study of Labour (IZA). Prof. Dr Elias Papaioannou, from the London Business School, will receive the 2013 “Young Economist Prize”. Both laureates were honoured for their research that has led to a better understanding of the forces at work in Europe and of suitable policy prescriptions.
The EIB Prize will be presented by EIB President Werner Hoyer and Professor Christopher Pissarides, chair of the jury, during the award ceremony to be held in Warsaw on 19 September 2013.
For more information on the EIB Prize: http://institute.eib.org/programmes/knowledge-2/eib-prize/
The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE), was founded in 1992 in Silicon Valley by a group of successful entrepreneurs, corporate executives, and senior professionals with roots in the Indus region. There are currently 11,000 members, including over 2,500 charter members in 60 chapters across 17 countries. TiE’s mission is to foster entrepreneurship globally through mentoring, networking, and education. Dedicated to the virtuous cycle of wealth creation and giving back to the community, TiE’s focus is on generating and nurturing our next generation of entrepreneurs.
Karm Marg, a home for street children in India
The Financial Times has partnered with the Global Fund for Children for its second MBA Challenge, in which nine teams of business school students will each advise a different charity on its long-term strategy.
The second stage of the challenge involved more than 50 students consulting remotely, using email and Skype with their non-profit partner organisations. These are located in countries such as Bulgaria, Colombia, Haiti, India, Laos, Senegal and Tanzania.
What is the first step?
Ravi Gadam, an MBA student at UCLA Anderson School of Management who is one of a team working with Karm Marg, a children’s home in New Delhi, says it is important
“to put away any preconceived notions and start from a clean slate”.
For Ajay Palaparty, a masters in management student at the London School of Economics on the same team as Mr Gadam, it was essential to tap into the range in experience of his peers...
The Postcode Lottery Green Challenge is the largest annual worldwide competition for sustainable entrepreneurs who can instigate change. The challenge is looking for products or services that combinesustainability, entrepreneurship and creativity.
The products or services should:
1. Reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by an amount you can roughly estimate
2. Be developed enough to execute
3. Be realisable as usable product or service within the next two years
4. Preferably have integrated Cradle2Cradle principles in their designs
Besides these criteria, the jury will also look at factors as: Communication potential, courageousness and creativity. Entry for the seventh edition of this competition will be open until 17 July 2013.
The National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) is the premier Hispanic business organization dedicated to building and advancing Hispanic leadership through graduate management education and professional development. Recognized as the nation’s most prestigious Hispanic organization, NSHMBA has 39 chapters in the U.S. and Puerto Rico serving over 21,000 members since 1988.
25 February 2013
Excellence and innovation in case writing and teaching is spreading worldwide. An unprecedented seven schools from across the world were first-time winners in the 2013 ecch Case Awards and Competitions.
Winning the 2013 MBA Games national competition was just the start for 40 students from the Schulich School of Business in Toronto. The York University-based business school team will have a busy competitive season, nationally and internationally.
The team beat 21 rivals from other graduate business schools to win its fourth MBA Games at the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University in Hamilton, earning it the Queen’s Cup. Schulich, which had previously won in 2003, 2004 and 2010, will be the host next January...
SAN ANTONIO, TX, December 18, 2012 – The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS®) today announced the six finalist organizations that will compete for the 2013 Franz Edelman Award for Achievement in Operations Research and the Management Sciences, a prize for excellence in advanced analytics, that will take place in San Antonio, Texas next spring.
The 2013 Franz Edelman Award finalists, who were named by CPMS, the association’s special interest group for operations research and analytics practitioners, are:
The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS®) is the leading professional association for professionals in advanced analytics. INFORMS is an international scientific society with 10,000 members, including Nobel Prize laureates, dedicated to applying scientific methods to help improve decision-making, management, and operations. Members of INFORMS work in business, government, and academia. They are represented in fields as diverse as airlines, health care, law enforcement, the military, financial engineering, and telecommunications. INFORMS serves the scientific and professional needs of operations research analysts, experts in analytics, consultants, scientists, students, educators, and managers, as well as their institutions, by publishing a variety of journals that describe the latest research in operations research. Further information about INFORMS, analytics, and operations research is at www.informs.org.
The Bangkok Business Challenge®, The Thailand's global new venture plan competition conducted in English, was created in 2002 to encourage post-graduate students in business administration programs across Thailand and Asia to become more entrepreneurial. Teams from business administration programs will not only be competing for the most prestigious prize of all, Thailand's H.M. The King's Award, but will also have the opportunity to acquire prizes with over $113,000 in total value, including over $29,000 in cash. The judging committee, including leading entrepreneurs, professionals and venture capitalists, will be looking for the most attractive new venture based on submitted written business plans, live presentations and venture exhibits.
Project Inspire: 5 Minutes to Change the World is back! Win USD25K to help empower women and girls through entrepreneurship. Call for entries opens on 8-March!
Global · http://5MinutesToChangeTheWorld.org
We’re excited to unveil the top nine finalists of Project Inspire 2012:
• Carpets for Communities
• Cents for Seeds
• E-learning for Change
• Women’s Private Personal Marketplace
• Buffalo, Cows, and Leaves: Empowering Nepali Women
• The Gudri Project
• Project Stitch
• Project Light – Darkness/Interrupted
• LIFE – Livelihood Initiatives for Empowerment of Women
Which project is your favorite, and/or inspires you the most? Cast your vote now for the Project Inspire People’s Choice Award! http://bit.ly/PI12VOTE
Gourmet Food: Ferran Adria has been called the world's greatest chef. He is certainly one of the most creative. Gourmet magazine referred to Adria as "the Salvador Dali of the kitchen". His restaurant, El Bulli, was recently named best restaurant in the world by the prestigious Restaurant magazine.)
Barcelona, 27 June 2012
The jury has awarded the first prize to the two teams from the Harvard Business School, Duende and Team A. The team from the London Business School wins the second prize.
• The two winner teams will get a prize of 10,000€ each
• The jury notes the winners’ creativity, innovation and groundbreaking ideas of the three teams that made it to the final after competing with 31 projects from prestigious business schools around the world..
Now in its sixth year, the 2012 winners include: BAE Systems, Goldman Sachs (Foundation), Leeds University Business School, Lonza, Merck, Saïd Business School, Siemens & Siemens Learning Campus, the Wharton School, University of St. Gallen.
There were also highly commended cases coming fromBSH Bosch and Siemens Home Appliance Group & Axialent Europe, Nexus & Newcastle Business School, Airbus & AirBusiness Academy & The Open University Business School, DTEK & DTEK Academy & Kyiv-Mohyla Business School (KMBS), UBS & UBS Business University and Novartis International & Novartis Corporate Learning.
"Developing people, enhancing skills and providing a learning environment are essential components for any company and all of the winning cases and highly coommended cases show that investing in people is not a luxury; it is a key asset for business success if done well," said Dr. Richard Straub, Director of Development at EFMD.
The 5 winners were short-listed by an international jury-panel and the winning partnerships will be presented during EFMD's Executive Education conference hosted by the Instituto Internacional San Telmo in Seville, Spain on the 3-5 of October.
Excellence in Practice Award Winners 2012
Category: Organisational Development
Lonza AG & University of St. Gallen (Executive School of Management, Technology & Law)
“Business Unit Strategy at Lonza - Linking Executive Education and Strategy Development”
Category: Executive Development
Merck & Co., Inc. & The Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania)
“Merck Global Human Health Executive Development Programme”
Category: Talent Development
BAE Systems Inc & Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
“Trusted, Innovative, Bold - Building Global Mindsets for a Global Future”
Category: Professional Development
Siemens AG & Siemens Learning Campus
“Senior Siemens Production System (SPS) Expert Program”
Goldman Sachs (Foundation) & Leeds University Business School
“Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses in Yorkshire & Humberside”