Building and Leading High-Performance Teams

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Building and Leading High-Performance Teams

Barcelona, April 4-6, 2017 


    Anneloes Raes
    Assistant Professor of Managing People in Organizations
    PhD in Organizational Behavior, Maastricht University
    M.Sc. in Psychology, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherland

    Prof. Raes’ research and teaching expertise include top management teams, successful interactions between top and middle managers, self-management, leadership, and teamwork. Prior to joining IESE, Anneloes worked as an assistant professor at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland, and she held visiting scholarships at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management, as well as Harvard University. The academic work of Prof. Raes has been published in academic journals such as the Academy of Management Review, Small Group Research, and Human Relations, and was awarded with the “pioneering research award” from the Organizational Development and Change Division of the Academy of Management and Healthways.
    Yih-Teen Lee
    Associate Professor of Managing People in Organizations
    Ph.D. in Management, HEC, University of Lausanne
    Master in International Business, National Taiwan University
    Bachelor in International Trade, National Taiwan University

    He teaches subjects such as leadership, crosscultural management, and strategic human resource management in MBA as well as executive programs. Prior to IESE, he taught at HEC University of Lausanne (Switzerland), Angers Graduate School of Business ESSCA (France), the American Graduate School of International Management Thunderbird Europe (France), and Lung-Hua University of Science and Technology (Taiwan, R.O.C.).
    One of Prof. Lee’s papers on culture and the personenvironment fit, titled “Satisfaction and Individual Preference for Structuring: What is Fit Depends on Where You Are From,” won the Best International Paper Award of the Organizational Behavior Division at the 2006 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, and was one of the three finalists of the academy-wide Carolyn Dexter Award.

    Rafael de Santiago
    Professor of Managerial Decision Sciences
    Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of California, Irvine
    Ph.D. in Economics, University of Valladolid, Spain
    M.Sc. in Mathematics, University of California, San Diego

    Rafael is Professor and Department Chair of the Managerial Decision Sciences Department at IESE Business School. He has been Visiting Professor at the University of California, San Diego, and at the University of Limerick, Ireland. Until 1997 he held a joint appointment in Economic Theory and History of Economic Thought at the University of Valladolid, Spain. In his current research he combines stochastic differential equations with perturbation theory to calibrate prices of derivatives when they are close to maturity. In his 2008 book, Derivatives Markets with Stochastic Volatility, he shows how to include several sources of stochastic volatility in the Black-Scholes model, interest-rate models and Value-at-Risk models.


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