Leadership essentials for what's next
The domino effect of the pandemic has permanently affected our world. With each new development, more questions arise. What should businesses be doing next to meet the needs of their stakeholders, employees, and communities?
To mark the closing of our extraordinary online series to support the business community during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are bringing back a faculty panel as we did when we first launched this initiative in early March. Together, your professors will provide you with updated frameworks and the relevant tools you need to navigate your company through the next phase in the rapidly changing business landscape.
Join us online for a very special final session before the summer break to look at the latest information on the virus and its impact on the economy and society.
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Mike Rosenberg is a Professor of the Practice of Management in the Strategic Management Department of IESE Business School. He began teaching part time in the MBA and Global Executive programs in 1999 and joined the faculty on a full time basis in 2003.
Professor Rosenberg lectures in IESE's MBA and Executive Education programs where he teaches strategy, geo-politics, and sustainability and publishes a weekly blog on these topics under the title Doing Business on the Earth.
His first book is an exploration of the link between business and the environment titled Strategy and Sustainability (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015) and looks at the issue more from the perspective of business executives rather than that of environmentalists. The second book is titled Strategy and Geopolitics (Emerald, 2017) and is written to encourage business leaders to pay more attention to what is happening around the planet. Both books offer his own frameworks for looking at these two issues.
From 2004-2009, Professor Rosenberg also managed IESE's International Executive Education Unit and is currently the Academic Director for the Advanced Management Program in Media Entertainment and has co-edited Managing Media Businesses (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017) which is based on the course. Rosenberg is also Academic Director of a short course called Leading in a Matrix Organization at IESE's campus in New York City as well as a number of Custom Programs for corporate clients of the school.
Prior to joining IESE Business School, Rosenberg was the Automotive Practice Leader of Heidrick & Struggles and before that he spent 15 years as a management consultant in Europe, North America and Asia for A.T. Kearney and for Arthur D. Little, primarily in the automotive sector.Professor Rosenberg received his PhD. from Cranfield University, an MBA from IESE Business School, and a Bachelor of Science (Naval Architecture) from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.
Núria Mas is professor and head of the Economics Department at IESE Business School and holder of the Jaime Grego Chair of Healthcare Management. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University and a B.A. in Economics from Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Before joining IESE Business School, Prof. Mas worked as an associate at Lehman Brothers International. Núria Mas is member of the Governing Council of the Bank of Spain.
Prof. Mas teaches economics and health economics in the MBA, Executive-MBA and other executive education programs. She is the Academic Director of IESE?s Annual Healthcare Industry Meeting.
She was member of the Advisory Committee for the Sustainability and Progress of the Healthcare System of the Government of Catalonia.
Her fields of research interests focus on health economics, with a special interest on the organization of healthcare systems to achieve the Triple Aim of better health for their population, better care for the patients and rationalization of costs. She has studied the effects of different health care systems on the health of the population and she also analyzes how hospitals and doctors respond to different incentive mechanisms. She has also worked on evaluation of public policies. Her work has been published in numerous international journals such as the Journal of Health Economics, The Review of Industrial Organization; Food Policy or the International Journal of Healthcare Finance and Economics.
Prof. Mas has been an advisor and consultant on health economics for the European Commission as well as for different public sector institutions and the healthcare industry.
Co-Academic Director, Center for Research in Healthcare Innovation Management (CRHIM)Magdalene Rosenmöller is senior lecturer in the Department of Production, Technology and Operations Management. She teaches the second-year MBA elective course on health sector management and is also a lecturer in the executive education department. She lectures at a number of other schools and institutions in Europe, Latin America and Asia, including the China European International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai.
She holds a Ph.D. in health policy from the University of London, UK; an M.D. from the Louis Pasteur University of Strasbourg, France, and an MBA from IESE Business School, Spain.
Rosenmöller gained valuable executive experience when she worked as a health economist in the World Bank's Latin American and Caribbean Region for two years (2000-2002). Having Frequently served as an expert consultant on different assignments for the European Commission (health research and health policy) and the European Parliament, she has extensive experience in health policy and health research issues in Europe, particularly within the new Member States. She is currently in charge of the scientific coordination of the EC FP6 SSP research project on patient mobility in Europe (www.europe4patients.org) and previously served as expert evaluator on the Innovative Medicine Initiative (IMI).
She is a member of several international organizations including the European Health Member Association (EHMA), on whose board she served for a period. She is the editor/co-editor of several publications, the most recent being the book Patient Mobility in the European Union. Learning from Experience (May 2006). She was recently appointed to the editorial boards of the EU Public Health Portal and the newly-created Journal of Healthcare Management and Marketing.
Weiming Zhu, Assistant Professor of Production, Technology and Operations Management
Weiming Zhu obtained his Ph.D. in Operations Management from the University of Maryland. Prior to joining the University of Maryland, he obtained his bachelor?s degree in Physics from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST).
Weiming?s current research theoretically and empirically explores financing schemes in supply chains. He also studies the impact of government regulation on ride-sharing platforms and the role of retail distribution methods on channel development. He has won multiple awards, including first prize in the POMS SC College 2016 Student Paper Competition. His work is currently under review at Management Science.