Miami, FL–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–November 20, 2007–Marcela Sanchez, syndicated writer for the Washington Post recently visited the Adolfo Ibáñez School of Management (AISM) to address the new class entering the respected and highly recognized Multinational MBA program. With its strategic location in Miami, the program serves as a convenient location for senior-level executives and entrepreneurs that conduct business in Latin America to attend the program. Students come from all over the world and take classes in Miami, Santiago, Chile and Shanghai, China during the 14-month graduate program.
This unique Multinational MBA programs is divided into eight modules and Sanchez was selected to participate in the first module “awareness” where she shared her insider knowledge of Washington policies, legislation and debates. Adolfo Ibáñez School of Management offers a unique Multinational MBA program tailored for high-level executives interested in conducting business in Latin America. It is the first University from Latin America whose Multinational MBA program is accredited in the State of Florida. The program is divided into what is considered the “stages of strategy” which includes: awareness, strategy orchestration, scenarios, emerging atmosphere, value deployment, numbers, alignment, and execution.
The University prides itself in hosting distinguished and renowned speakers like Marcela Sanchez. “We are extremely honored to have had Marcela Sanchez address our students. This is just one example of the type of presenters that our students will be receiving insight from during their study at AISM”, said Director for AISM, Miguel Carrillo. “We collaborate with business experts in Latin America and the US from the private, business and the public sectors. This is done to bring relevant knowledge and business acumen needed to be competitive in today’s rapidly growing business arenas”.
On Monday, November 12th the new class of students started the program. This class is comprised of thirty-five students coming from over ten different Latin American countries including Chile, Brazil, Mexico, Venezuela and Colombia with nine from the South Florida area. The University prides itself for receiving the first place in innovation on the ranking made by American Economia, one of the most prestigious Latin American business magazines. The program also caters to high-level executives that live in the South Florida area.
Adolfo Ibañez School of Management (AISM):
In 2005, the Board of Directors of the Universidad Adolfo Ibañez in Chile changed the compass of the University. They made the strategic decision to accelerate the global outreach of the university with the foundation of the Adolfo Ibañez School of Management (AISM) in Miami. AISM selected Miami as prime location because it is the node and platform where top Latin American Business Executives and Entrepreneurs base their operations.
The innovation essence of the University is reflected in the Multinational MBA program that focuses on business development, growth, and innovation while operating in unpredictable and emerging atmospheres predominant in Latin America. Country managers, growth leaders, and entrepreneurs are the standard participant profiles that come from all over the world to attend sessions in Miami, Santiago, Chile, and Shanghai, China during the 14 month program.
Universidad Adolfo Ibanez
The Adolfo Ibañez School of Management is the first Latin American University accredited by AACSB with over 50 years of experience in developing high-level executives conducting business in Latin America. The University Adolfo Ibáñez – established in Valparaíso, Chile, in 1953 – is the first Latin-American School of Business, with a solid tradition in the education of Chilean and American leading elite. Its experience and prestige in management and business has been endorsed every year, by appearing consistently in the top ranking of Business Executive Education.
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