Global Advanced Management Program - Faculty

Be the disrupter, not the disrupted
  • “You may no longer conceive marketing without technology."

    Peter Fisk

    Academic Director of IE's Global Advanced Management Program

    Peter is a global business thought leader on leadership and growth, innovation and marketing. He is a bestselling author, expert consultant and keynote speaker. Having trained as a nuclear physicist, he went on to work with brands including RedBull, Microsoft and Vodafone. Alongside his role at IE, he runs GeniusWorks and is a Thinkers50 Global Director.

  • Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez

    Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez is the world’s top project manager, CEO of GSK’s project office, and author of The Project Revolution.

  • Jim Hagemann Snabe

    Jim Hagemann Snabe is the Chairman of Siemens and Maersk, one of the world’s top leaders, leader of World Economic Forum council.

  • Juan Carlos Pastor

    Professor of Organizational Behavior and Academic Director of the Center for Global Leadership at IE Business School. MA in Social Psychology from Clark University, PhD in Organizational Behavior from the State University of New York and was a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard University.

    Prof Pastor’s teaching techniques include action learning workshops looking at leadership development, coaching, teams, managing diversity and cross-cultural issues. His sessions in High Impact Leadership, also cover how to be an effective manager, motivate, set goals and get commitment from peers and subordinates

     

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    The psychological dimension to leadership in a global world is, becoming more complex. Competition means organisations need to be more flexible and responsive, But as flatter organisations emerge, with fewer hierarchical levels, informal networks, such as friendship and personal connections, become more relevant – and that’s difficult to manage because it involves personalities.”

     

  • Marcos Cajina

    Marcos Cajina is the founder of Renewal, a specialist leadership company that focuses on the neuroscience of emotional engagement.

  • Mark Esposito

    Dr. Mark Esposito is Adjunct Professor of Strategy at IE University and Professor of Business & Economics at Hult International Business School. He served from 2013 to 2019 as Institutes Council Co-Leader, at the Microeconomics of Competitiveness program (MOC) at the Institute of Strategy and Competitiveness, at Harvard Business School, headed by Professor Michael Porter.

  • Mark Thomas

    Mark Thomas is a social economist, author of the Complete CEO, founder of 99% Organisation, fighting for social equality.

  • Mia de Kuijper

    Mia de Kuijper is an accomplished executive with experience in such companies as Morgan Stanley, PepsiCo, AT&T and Royal Dutch Shell. She teaches Scenario Planning—focused on the development of scenarios for one’s company in order to change mindsets, evolve leadership styles and achieve substantive change, as well as Power Nodes— which studies the modern sources of competitive advantages of one’s own company as well as of competing organizations.

  • Mikael Trolle

    Mikael Trolle is the former national coach of Denmark’s Volleyball team, and coaches many business leaders.

  • Rob-Jan de Jong

    Rob-Jan de Jong is the author of Anticipate, professor at Wharton Business School, and expert on leading the future.

  • Steven MacGregor

    Steven MacGregor is an expert on executive performance, author of Chief Wellbeing Officer and founder of the Leadership Academy of Barcelona.

  • Tendayi Viki

    Tendayi Viki is a psychologist-based innovator, columnist at Forbes, author of Pirates in the Navy, and partner of Strategyzer.

  • Terence Tse

    Terence Tse is the co-author of the AI Republic, expert on the future of finance and healthcare, and co-chair of the Start-Up Lab.

  • Verónica Reyero

    Verónica Reyero is a human anthropologist exploring a more human future, and founder of Anthropologia 2.0.