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Ramiro Montrealegre

WHO

Ramiro Montrealegre

AREA

Information Systems & Technology

Ramiro Montealegre is an adjunct professor in the area of Information Systems and Technology at IE, Madrid, since 2000. Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) from the University of Harvard, combines his teaching with his professional experience as Information Systems Consultant.

Corporate Experience

• 1987 – 1990: Information Systems Project Leader. Ministry of Interior (El Salvador)

• 1987 – 1990: Information Systems Project Leader. National Reconstruction Committee (Guatemala)

• 1987 – 1990: Information Systems Consultant. Ministry of Education (Costa Rica)

• 1984 – 1986: Information Systems Consultant. Ministry of Finance (Guatemala)

• 1984 – 1986: Information Systems Consultant. Department of Defense (Guatemala)

Academic Experience

• 2007 – 2009: Academic Director. International Management Program, University of Colorado

• 2004 – 2007: Chair of Systems Division. Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado

• Since 1994: Adjunct Professor of Information Systems. University of Colorado

• Since 2000: Visiting Professor of Information Systems. IE

• 2002 – 2003: First Academic Director of the Information Management Research Center, a joint research center of Accenture and IE (Madrid)

Academic Background

• Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA). Harvard University

• Master of Computer Science (MCS). Carleton University (Canada)

• Bachelor in Computer Systems Engineering. Universidad Francisco Marroquín (Guatemala)

Visiting Scholar at the following universities

• 1996 – 1998: Case Western Reserve University. Cleveland (Ohio)

• Since 2003: Escuela de Alta Dirección y Administración (EADA). Barcelona (Spain)

• Since 2005: Escuela Superior de y Administración de Negocios (ESAN) (Perú)

• Since 2000: IESE Business School. Universidad de Navarra, Barcelona (Spain)

• Since 2006: Indian School of Business (ISB). Hyderabad (India)

• 2000 – 2002: Instituto de Altos Estudios (IAE). Universidad Austral (Argentina)

• 1995 – 1996: Instituto de Centro América de Administración de Empresas (INCAE) (Costa Rica)

• 1997: Instituto de Desarollo Empresarial de Guayaquil. Guayaquil (Ecuador)

• 1995 – 1996: Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey. Monterrey (Mexico)

• 2000 – 2002: Norwegian School of Management (Norway)

• Since 2012: Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez. Santiago (Chile)

• Since 2005: Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (Argentina)

• 1998: Universidad Carlos Tercero. Madrid (Spain)

• Since 1998: Universidad de Cadiz. Cadiz (Spain)

• 1997: Universidad de los Andes. Merida (Venezuela)

• 1996: Universidad Francisco Marroquín (Guatemala)

• Since 1998: Universidad Pablo de Olavide. Seville (Spain)

• Since 1999: Univesidad Torcuato DiTella. Buenos Aires (Argentina)

• Since 2006: University of Toronto (Canada)