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Barcelona, March 12-13, 2013
Associate Professor of Managing People in Organizations
Doctor of Philosophy in Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University
Doctor in Philosophy, University of Navarra
Master in Business Administration, IESE, University of Navarra
Master of Philosophy, University of Glasgow
His main areas of interest include organizational microsociology; interactions between agency and social structure; knowledge creation and sharing; and professional service firms. In addition to IESE, he has held teaching positions and research assistantships at Stanford University and the University of Navarra. He has done consulting work in several sectors, including financial services, biotechnology, consumer goods and management. He serves as an adviser to a political consulting firm in Silicon Valley.
Associate Professor of Information Systems
Ph.D. in Business Administration (Information Systems), Louisiana State University
Master of Business Administration, Syracuse University
Medical Doctor, Ural State Medical Academy, Yekaterinburg
His research focuses on understanding how rapid digitalization reshapes business models and organizations. Prof. Káganer has published on these topics in premier academic and business journals, and his work on the effects of digitalization in business and education has been widely cited in major media outlets. Prior to joining academia, he spent several years working for a major financial services firm in Russia.
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.