Julia Katharina Binder
Julia Katharina Binder was born in 1988 in Germany. In her undergraduate studies she studied Marketing and Communication at the IMK in Germany and the Hawaii Pacific University in USA. In 2012 she graduated with distinction from the University of Edinburgh with a Master of Science degree in Marketing.
In January 2013 she joined the Chair of Corporate Sustainability Brewery and Food Industry at the Technische Universität München (TUM School of Management). As a research assistant and PhD student she focuses on topics of sustainability in business, with a particular focus on sustainable entrepreneurship.
She was awarded an EPSRC grant to investigate the potential for Open Science in academic professional practice in 2012.
She is seats in the Board of the European Operations Management Association (EUROMA) as Past President; she is member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the International Journal of Operations and Production Management and Associate Editor of Operations Management Research.
Her research has been published on top Operations Management Journals and some of her papers have been awarded for their quality and relevance.
Joan Manuel Batista-Foguet
He is the current Director of the Leadership Development Research Centre at ESADE. He has degrees In industrial Engineering (Polytechnic University of Catalonia (1975) and in Psychology from the University de Barcelona (1982). He also has a Master degree in Social Sciences Data Analysis from the University of Essex and earned a Ph.D. in Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia in 1982. He has also a diploma on Management from ESADE (1990) and on Leadership Development from CASE Western Reserve University. He is accredited coach by HAY group (US).
From 2012 to 2015 he completed his Master in Business Studies at the Technische Universität München and Berkely College, New York City.
In October 2015 he joined the Chair of Corporate Management at the TUM School of Management as a PhD student and research associate with a focus on sustainability.
She has a Business Studies degree from the University of Manchester.
Kristian Roed Nielsen
He is the initiator and founder of a number of influential national, European and global research programs and networks, among others the Greening of Industry Network from 1990-1996, The National Research Program on the History of Technology in the Netherlands in the 20th century from 1995-2003, the Tensions of Europe Network from 2000-2013, the Digital European Science and Technology Museum since (see www.inventingeurope.eu) and the Dutch Knowledge Network on Transitions towards Sustainable Development from 2004-2010.
In 2002 he was awarded by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), under the Innovational Research Incentives scheme for talented scholars (highest category), a research grant to establish his own research program (see www.tie-project.nl). He acquired grants from a wide range of sources, including companies, private foundations, research councils, governments and the European Union.
She has participated in a number of international conferences in the fields of design and innovation.
Willemijn van Dolen
Isabell M. Welpe
She is also Research Director of the Cranfield Customer Management Forum, a syndicate of leading companies such as British Gas, BP, HSBC, London Symphony Orchestra, Mercedes Benz, Royal Bank of Scotland and SAS who work together to drive forward best practice in marketing.
Through her prize-winning research, Emma has developed tools for unpacking customer value which are now implemented in dozens of blue-chip firms. Her work on better customer insight has recently been published in a main feature article in Harvard Business Review.
Commencing January 2014, Emma is co-investigator on a European FP7 Project (EU-InnovatE) under the "Sustainable Lifestyles and Green Economy in Europe" theme.
Her multiple awards for impactful research include the "Cube D'Or" (gold prize) from the French Direct Marketing association, and awards for the "best paper in the conference" from International Colloquium on Relationship Marketing and the UK Academy of Marketing.
As well as her Harvard Business Review print article, two HBR online articles and a series of articles for Admap she has published in a number of academic journals including Industrial Marketing Management, Journal of Business Research, and Journal of Marketing Management.
Josep Maria Galí
Josep did his Ph.D. on Management Sciences at HEC (Paris), and the doctoral research under the direction of Jean-Noël Kapferer, one of the leading scholars on consumer behavior and brand strategy. He has been teaching consumer behavior at ESADE for 20 years, and directing Executive Education courses on brand management, luxury management, and fashion management.
In the last month he published the Spanish version of Sustainability Marketing (www.sustainability-marketing.com) as a co-author, with Frank Belz (TUM Munich) and Kent Peattie (Cardiff University).
He also manages a consulting firm in which he has acquired 20 years of experience in different industries, specially Consumer Goods, Retail, Luxury, and Sustainability Business.
Finally, he advises a Private Equity Fund investing in Social and Sustainable Businesses.
Anna Wagenschwanz completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Mannheim in Business Administration, during which she gained international experience at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. She then graduated from Technische Universität München (TUM) and Aarhus University with a Double Degree Master of Science in “Consumer Affairs”. In January 2016, she joined the Chair of Corporate Sustainability Brewery and Food Industry at the TUM School of Management as a research assistant and PhD student. In her dissertation she focuses on the topic of sustainable entrepreneurship.
Frederike Falke completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Maastricht in International Economic Studies, during which she gained international experience at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. She then graduated from Maastricht University with a Master of Science in Behavioral Economics. In February 2016, she joined the Chair of Corporate Sustainability Brewery and Food industry at the TUM School of Management as a research assistant and PhD student. In her dissertation she focuses on the topic of sustainable entrepreneurship.