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Doing Business Globally:
Leading in a Matrix Organization
New York, February 6-9, 2018
The faculty of Doing Business Globally: Leadership in a Matrix program is made up of professionals who are involved not only in teaching but in research and the business world. This program's team comprises:
Mike Rosenberg is an assistant professor of strategic management at IESE Business School. He teaches long-term strategy, scenario planning and analysis of business problems at IESE's MBA, Global Executive MBA and Executive Education programs.
Prof. Rosenberg's research is concerned with how long-term technological and socio-economic trends affect the business climate and has a particular interest in the potential of alternative energy sources to change the competitive dynamics of a number of industries, including the automotive sector. Prior to joining the faculty, Prof. Rosenberg worked as a management consultant to the international automotive industry for Heidrick & Struggles, A.T. Kearney and Arthur D. Little.
Sandra Sieber's main areas of interest include ICT-enhanced innovation and the changes in the workplace brought about by the adoption of new technologies, with a particular interest in industries that have been transformed by technological advances, such as telecommunications, banking, and media and entertainment.
Her research also underscores the need for improved user knowledge about IS, especially when it plays a strategic role in the organization. Prof. Sieber has published scholarly and general articles in national and international journals, magazines and newspapers, and has contributed to several books.
Carlos García Pont is professor in the Marketing Department. His work places special emphasis on the importance of alliances in understanding competitive strategy, the organizational needs of market-oriented organizations in industrial markets and subsidiary strategy in global corporations.
He has also done work in the areas of strategic management and marketing strategy. Prof. García Pont has had extensive experience with both local and multinational organizations in his consulting activities.
Pedro Videla holds a Ph.D. and an MA in economics, both from the University of Chicago, and a commercial engineering degree in economics from the Universidad Católica de Chile. His areas of specialization include macroeconomics, international economies and emerging economies.
As a consultant, Prof. Videla has been involved in projects with institutions such as the World Bank, IMF, EU, the InterAmerican Development Bank, and USAID. He has taught at the Universidad Adolfo Ibánez (Chile), the Roosevelt University (Chicago, USA), and currently teaches economics courses on the MBA program at IESE Business School.