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October 11-14, 2018

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#IESEGAR

A unique 4-day event that will explore what’s coming next in the world of business and beyond. Visit leading companies such as LinkedIn and SAP, and learn from top-level speakers.

Networking

Connect with the over 3,000 business leaders who will gather at the event. Get in touch beforehand through the #IESEGAR app.

Companies

Gain a frontline view of some of the world’s innovation-leading companies through visits to LinkedIn, SAP and others.

Speakers

Glimpse the future as our guest speakers explore issues such as what´s next in mobility and how artificial intelligence can power empathetic societies.

Download app

Download our Alumni app if you haven’t already and stay tuned. This year the GAR app will be included in the Alumni app, available one month before the event date.

Speakers

Adaire Fox-Martin

Executive Board Member and President, EMEA and Greater China, Global Customer Operations
SAP

Sir Clive Gillinson

Executive and Artistic Director
Carnegie Hall

Bibop G. Gresta

Chairman, Co-Founder
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies

Laxman Narasimhan

Chief Executive Officer, Latin America and Europe Sub-Saharan Africa
PepsiCo

Romaine Seguin

President, Americas Region
UPS International Inc

Risto Siilasmaa

Chairman, Board of Directors
Nokia

Mark Thompson

Chief Executive Officer
The New York Times Co.

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Program

TOUR OF GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL

Brief description: This 75-minute tour is led by Municipal Art Society-trained docents and highlights the history, architecture and operations of one of the world’s biggest and most celebrated train terminals.

When: Oct. 11, 12:30 to 2:30 pm

Where: Grand Central Terminal. See map

Price: $25

9/11 MEMORIAL AND MUSEUM

Brief description: IESE Prof. Frederic Sabrià will lead a session on the organization and challenges of clearing the 9/11 attack debris in order to prepare for reconstruction. The presentation will take place in the 9/11 Museum Auditorium and will be followed by a networking reception and optional museum tour.

When: Oct. 11, 3:15 to 6:00 pm

  • 3:15: Group Arrives (they all need to go through a designated security line)
  • 4:00: 9/11 Presentation in Auditorium
  • 5:00: Reception
  • 6:00: 9/11 Museum tour

Where: 180 Greenwich StSee map

Price: $60

HIRE, MARKET, SELL:
A LOOK INTO LINKEDIN

Brief description: Visit and tour LinkedIn’s state-of-the-art NYC headquarters at the Empire State Building. The tour will include a 40-minute presentation on LinkedIn and its business model, etc. and a networking wine and cheese reception.

When: Oct. 11, 3:00 to 5:00 pm

Where: LinkedIn’s NYC Headquarter offices in the Empire State Building, 34th Street and 5th Avenue. See map

Price: $60

SAP: REIMAGINE THE FUTURE

Brief description: Visit and tour SAPs Next Gen Lab at their NYC headquarters at the Hudson Yards. The SAP visit will include a 45-minute presentation on how SAP partners with companies, start-ups and universities and how SAP is a purpose-driven organization linked to the UN Global Goals. The discussion will be followed by a networking reception.

When: Oct. 11, 3:00 to 6:00 pm

Where: SAP America, Inc. See map

Price: $60

ACADEMIC SESSIONS

Place: Hilton Midtown. See map

09.00-09.15 Welcome & Opening Remarks

  • Franz Heukamp, Dean IESE Business School
  • Alejandro Beltrán, President Alumni Association
  • E. Weber & B. Baker Academic Directors 2018 GAR
  • Javier Muñoz Alumni & Institutional Development Director

09.15-10.00 Leading Colossal Change

  • Risto Siilasmaa Chairman Nokia
    Keynote moderated by: IESE Prof. Josep Valor

10.00-10.45 What´s Next in Mobility

  • Bibop Gresta Chairman HTT (Hyperloop Transp. Techn.)
    Keynote moderated by: IESE Prof. Mike Rosenberg

10.45-11.15 Coffee break

11.15–12.00 Digital Transformation in the Media

  • Mark Thompson President and CEO, The N.Y. Times Company
    Interview: IESE Prof. Bill Baker

12.00–13.00 Ahead of the Fast-Moving Consumer

  • Laxman Narasimhan CEO LatAm & Europe Sub-Saharan Africa, Pepsico
  • Romaine Seguin President UPS Intl, Inc. Americas Region
    Panel Moderator: IESE Prof. Marta Elvira

13.00-14.30 Lunch

Prices:

Alumni Non Member: $70
Alumni Member: $50

14.30–15.15 Leadership Lessons from the Arts

  • Sir Clive Gillinson Executive and Artistic Director, Carnegie Hall
    Interview: IESE Prof. TBC

15.15-16.30 A.I.: Powering Empathetic Societies

  • Social Coin, Speaker TBC
  • SAP Adaire Fox-Martin, Member of the Exec. Board
  • NY CTO or Leading Cities, Speaker TBC
    Panel Moderator: IESE Prof. Eric Weber

16.30-16.45 Closing

  • Franz Heukamp, Dean IESE Business School
  • Alejandro Beltrán, President Alumni Association
  • E. Weber & B. Baker Academic Directors 2018 GAR
  • Javier Muñoz Alumni & Institutional Development Director

GALA DINNER

 

When: Oct. 12, 19:00 to 23:00 pm

Where: Ziegfield Theatre. See map

PRICES:

Alumni Non Member: $100
Alumni Member: $80

Tables Sponsorship available. If interested, contact to: KMcClellan@iese.edu
Corporate Table Sponsors: Altair Management Consultants

CENTRAL PARK 10K SOLIDARITY RUN

Runners will meet at IESE’s NY Campus and depart from there for a 10k run through NYC’s legendary and lovely Central Park.

When: Oct. 13, 11:00 to 14:30 pm

Where: IESE Business School-New York. See map

Prices: $25

IESE NEW YORK CAMPUS OPEN HOUSE

Brief description: IESE’s New York Campus will open its doors to welcome Alumni and friends from all around the world.

When: Oct. 13, 11:30 to 2:00pm

Where: 165 W 57th St. See map

HOLY MASS

Brief description:  The Mass is scheduled to be celebrated by Cardinal Timothy Dolan

Where: St. Patrick’s Cathedral. See map

When: Oct. 14, 10:15 am 

What did they say?

We don’t have to give anyone creativity, we just have to unlock it!

Tom Kelley IDEO

I’ve always believed that the high beta jobs, the tough jobs, are the ones worth… If you believe in you, take the tough assignments. People will never remember you for how you got knocked down, but they will never forget you for how you get back up… and keep going.

Bill McdermottSAP CEO

Strategy can change, the mission stays. Mission is the most important thing.

Pilar LopezMicrosoft General Manager Spain

Be aware, if you have not been a victim, you will be a victim. Either directly or indirectly. In 10 seconds, 3 organizations are compromised. You cannot avoid this.

Anthony FerranteFTI Consulting Cibersecurity Director

Sponsors

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COLLABORATORS

 
2,700,000

Impressions on Twitter

15

Speakers

5

Company visits

3,000

Attending

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