Daniela Pauknerova is an associate professor at the Prague University of Economics and Business (Vysoka škola ekonomicka v Praze). She is an experienced consultant and academic with demontrated history of working in the professional training and coaching industry. Her fields of interest are people management, leadership development, stress management and personal development, training of managerial and social skills, diversity management, counselling and career coaching. She is and author and co-author of numerous publications and research work for which she won the award for "The best publication of the year 2021 at Prague University of Economics and Business".
Secil Bayraktar is an associate professor at the TBS Education (Tolouse Business School), Tolouse. Her fields of interest are cross cultural management, leadership, expatriation, chance management, prganisational climate and organisational studies. She is author and co-author of numerous publications and research work for which she won the award for "Best Paper Finalist, Academy of Management Conference (AOM) (2018)".
Marijana Barić is an associate professor at the Norwich Business School, UK. Marijana completed her PhD as well as undergraduate degree (Economics and Management) at the University of Sheffield. Prior to joining the Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia she worked as a lecturer at the University of Buckingham.
Marijana’s work focuses on studying the informal economy from a social exchange perspective. Her research interests also extend beyond the policy orientation, to many aspects of organisational behaviour with a particular curiosity in studying the development of social norms as well as the psychological contract. Marijana has been involved in projects funded by the European Foundation of the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions as well as Marie Curie Actions.
Anwar Halari is an senior lecturer at the Open University, UK. He uses techniques from microeconometrics to understand financial and macroeconomic phenomena. Anwar mainly teaches Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Financial Management and Corporate Finance at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. His current research is in the area of accountability and sustainability where he is investigating the role of accountants in the move towards sustainability, with a particular emphasis on the circular economy. Other areas of research he is also involved in include accounting for the social and environmental impacts of organisations, corporate governance, socially responsible investing and, political ties and firm risk.
Anwar was awarded a First Class Honours Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Dundee before gaining his Master’s degree in Accounting and Finance with distinction from the same university. Anwar was also awarded a PhD in Finance by the University of Dundee in 2013. Anwar is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of CPA Australia.
Ieva Martinaityte is an associate professor at the Norwich Business School, UK. He uses techniques from microeconometrics to understand financial and macroeconomic phenomena. Her research focuses on examining how and under what conditions creativity and innovation is linked to business financial performance and other important organisational outcomes. She is interested in investigating individual, group and organisational factors that facilitate or inhibit creativity and innovation.
Tanja Dressen is the founder and CEO of Dressen Coaching, Düsseldorf. In addition to her training as an Executive Coach at the University of Cambridge, Systemic Coach for Change Management and Mental Coach for elite sports, she has scientific knowledge from MBA, her doctorate in Business Psychology and her current combined Master’s degree from the world’s best universities Oxford Saïd Business School and HEC Paris in “Coaching and Consulting for Change”. As a researcher and lecturer, she worked in university research of sports and social psychology in Germany and the UK after. She delivered over 2400 hours of lectures and seminars on communication, behavior analysis and interpretation, motivation, ethical development, and social influence. She has also interviewed and experimentally analyzed over 1280 executives and professional athletes since 2008.
Marija Roglić is the Post Doctoral Scholar, Montpellier Business School, France. She is an action researcher with years of experience in organization building and multistakeholder policy implementation from an executive standpoint. Specialized in framing, shaping, and mainstreaming participation in multistakeholder settings so as to increase both shareholders, and stakeholder value. She has over 10 years of experience in EU project development and management (IPARD, INTERREG, HORIZON, Erasmus, EAFRD, ESF, ERDF). Her research focuses on the crossroad of critical and processual studies. She is interested in strategic management processes and practices that are appropriate to "pluralistic" settings, i.e., multistakeholder and multiscalar organizational contexts.
Jan-Hinrich Meyer is an assistant professor at the IQS School of Management, Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona. His research focuses on Consumer Behaviour, Digital Marketing, Healthcare and Social Marketing, Retailing and E-Commerce. He is author and co-author of numerous publications and research work and winner of "Excellence in Teaching Award" (2017) – Best Evaluated Professor of the Business School, Academic Year 2016-2017, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Guadalajara.
Ivana Bulog is an associate professor at Faculty of Economics, Businesss and Tourism, University of Split, Croatia. She is author and co-author of numerous publications and research work and winner of numerous Outstanding Research Recognition awards. Her research focusees on Managerial Decision Making, Managerial Skills, Business Ethics, Entrepreneurial Economics and Leadership.
Dario Miočević is a professor at Faculty of Economics, Businesss and Tourism, University of Split, Croatia. His research focuses on Interntional Consumer Behaviour, Strategic Marketing, International Marketing and Entrepreneuriship. He is author and co-author of numerous publications and research work and winner of 12 awards and recognitions in total, but for him most important are National science award (awarded by Ministry of Science and Education and Croatian Parliament), University science award and Faculty science award.
Jasenko Ljubica is an assistant professor at Faculty of Economics, Businesss and Tourism, University of Split, Croatia. His research lies at the intersection of Organizational Behavior, Organizational Psychology and Human Resources in International Business where he studies Expatriate Management and Global Leadership. He also studies Research Methods. He is author and co-author of numerous publications and research work for which he won Emerald Literati Award for Excellence for the Outstanding Reviewer contributions to the Journal of Global Mobility and Best Paper Award (for the paper titled: ¨Linking organizational and individual cultural competence: one-step closer to multicultural organization¨), Tec de Monterrey, Mexico.