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Redefining Executive Education
In regards to the faculty, they have been around the block. They have actually been part of management companies, starting businesses and really have deep expertise.
Thus far the faculty has been incredible. They are very highly educated individuals, but they also have academic experience paired with work experience. To be able to elicit a response from them on a business case or a business scenario has been an awesome experience.
ISM places a great deal of importance on balancing latest theory and academic knowledge with practical business experience and ‘on the ground’ expertise. Our professors are leading experts in business and education. Our hand-picked faculty are brought to Paris specifically for ISM and are available to their students throughout the seminar. When not conducting seminars at ISM, our professors stay busy with their work as CEOs and entrepreneurs, or by teaching at top universities around the globe.
José Gimenez teaches Business Statistics and Research Methods, as well as Supply Chain Management in the IMBA program at ISM. Gimenez earned his Ph.D in Sciences at the Université Paul Sabatier (Toulouse), MSc in Electrical Engineering at the Imperial College of Science and Technology (London), and BSc in Electrical Engineering at the Universidad Simon Bolivar (Caracas).
Dr. Michael Gordon teaches Corporate Entrepreneurial Strategies in the doctoral program at ISM. Gordon has extensive experience in the areas of entrepreneurship, education, public speaking, and science. For the past ten years, he has been teaching entrepreneurship as an Adjunct Professor at Babson College and for the past five years at the Harvard Extension School.
Dr.Elias Hadzillias teaches E-Commerce in the IMBA program at ISM. Hadzilias holds a Ph.D in Business Process Management and a Master of Science in Industrial Systems, both earned at National Technical University in Athens (Greece). Based in Athens, he works as a freelance management consultant in addition to his teaching at IESEG School of Management and Université Catholique de Lille.
Dr. Daphne Halkias teaches Case Study Development and Application in the doctoral programs at ISM. Halkias is a Fellow at the Institute of Coaching at Harvard Medical School and CEO of Executive Coaching Consultants, an international consulting firm specializing in leadership mentoring, coaching family firms and developing academic research projects in the areas of cross-cultural management, and entrepreneurship.
Dr. Saskia Harkema teaches New Product Innovation and Managing the Innovation Process in the DBA and PhD programs at ISM. Operating in an international multicultural environment comes naturally to her. She has a background in Sociology and a Master in Business Administration. In 2004 she published her dissertation, an influential multidisciplinary research which combined academic rigor with practical experience. She started her career working for Philips International and as a consultant. Later she made the switch to academia and teaching.
Dr. George Iatridis teaches Accounting & Finance Pronciples in the DBA and PhD programs at ISM. Iatridis is an associate professor of accounting and finance at the Department of Economics, University of Thessaly, Greece. Dr Iatridis is the financial accounting subject editor of the International Review of Financial Analysis (Elsevier).
Mathias Klang teaches Disruptive Technologies and Social Media in the doctoral programs at ISM. Klang’s research focuses on the ways in which technology is regulated and the ways in which technology regulates our lives. This question was extensively explored in his thesis “Disruptive Technology: Effects of Technology Regulation on Democracy” and in several books and articles.
Dr. S.K Laroiya teaches Research Methods in the doctoral programs at ISM. Laroiya is a Professor in the Department of Economics, Hans Raj College, University of Delhi, for the last 40 years . He has his PhD. in Economics and had his education at Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi, where he did his Masters’ in Economics and at Hindu College, University of Delhi, where he obtained Bachelors’ (Honours) in Economics.
Dr. Judith Mushipe teaches International Organizational Behavior in the doctoral programs at ISM. Mushipe has a PhD in Business Management from the University of Zimbabwe’s Faculty of Commerce in collaboration with Umea School of Business and Economics in Sweden an M.B.A. from North Carolina Central University, a B.B.A with a concentration in Finance and a minor in Economics again from North Carolina Central University in the United States.