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Cornuel, Eric

Phd., Professor and General Director and CEO of EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development), Board Member of The EIASM and many others academic societies.

Eric Cornuel is the Director General & CEO of EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development) in Brussels since 2000. He holds a degree of Sciences Po from IEP Paris, an MBA from HEC Graduate School of Management, Paris, and a DEA in strategy and management from Paris Nanterre University, together with a Doctoral Certificate in Strategy from HEC Graduate School of Management Paris and a PhD in management, written on international network organizations, from Paris Dauphine University. Eric started his career as an entrepreneur by setting up an hydroelectric power plant in France when he was still a student. He served as Dean of the Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics and Strategic Research, KIMEP, at the time the leading Business and Economics school in Central Asia, from 1997 to 1999. He was awarded a honorary professorship for his achievements there. From 1996 to the present, Eric Cornuel has been affiliate Professor at HEC Graduate School of Management, Paris. He has taught for 15 years at various management schools in Europe and Asia.

Eric Cornuel has been affiliate Professor at HEC Graduate School of Management, Paris. He has taught for 15 years at various management schools in France as well as in Poland, Lithuania, Hungary and Kazakhstan.

Eric’s key qualifications are in the areas of strategy, International Management and Entrepreneurship and he is a regular contributor to the Emerald Management Journals.

Dr. Eric Cornuel is, among others, a Board Member of the EIASM (European Institute of Advanced Studies in Management), EBP (European Business Journal), IJBS (International Journal of Business in Society), EABIS (European Academy of Business in Society), ISBM (International Schools of Business Management, and GFME (Global Foundation for Management Education). He also sits on the board of several companies. He was awarded an honorary professorship for his achievements there.