Seminario TIC & Mujer

Written on July 24, 2007 by José Esteves in Información y tecnología

20 de Septiembre, 2007
C. Serrano 105, Madrid
Instituto de Empresa Business School & European Professional Women Network
Information and Communication Technology and Women Executives: Use and Adoption in Businesses
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) are one of the pillars of the recent global transformation at social, economic, political and managerial levels. This seminar will analyze how women executives are taking up the challenge of ICT.
Do you want to know the barriers to ICT adoption by women executives in business environments?
Do you want to share your experiences about ICT adoption and use?
Do you want to learn how to analyze and push the usage*of ICT by women executives at your work?
Do you want *to hear from prestigious women executives *about their thoughts on ICT?
The seminar “Information and Communication Technology and Women Executives: Use and Adoption in Businesses”, will provide a practical and dynamic approach on the topic. It will present a study by a group of researchers of Instituto de Empresa, and it will count with the presence of women executives from different industries to share their particular view and experiences in the use and adoption of ICT.
Learn the opinions from outstanding women executives: Almudena Sainz de la Cuesta – Managing Director -Head of Equities Spain & Portugal – Credit Suisse, Mercedes Arribas – General Manager – Spain – Valeo, Inés Bermejo – Financial Director and Diversity Manager – Hewlett-Packard.
Opening, Marijo Bos, EPWN
Study: “Analysis of the Barriers in the Adoption of ICT by Women Executives in Business Environments”
José Esteves, Celia de Anca, Instituto de Empresa Business School
Panel discussion:
Almudena Cuesta – Managing Director, Credit Suisse Equities Spain and Portugal
Mercedes Arribas – General Manager, Valeo Spain
Ines Bermejo – Financial Director and Diversity Manager – Hewlett-Packard
Please confirm your attendance to: Arelí Castrejón, areli.castrejon@ie.edu Tf. 91.568.96.00 (ext.1211)


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