Peter Vogel

Program Director

Peter Vogel is Professor of Family Business and Entrepreneurship and holder of the Debiopharm Chair for Family Philanthropy at IMD Business School in Lausanne.

Peter Vogel

Program Director

Peter Vogel is Professor of Family Business and Entrepreneurship and holder of the Debiopharm Chair for Family Philanthropy at IMD Business School in Lausanne.

Meet your Program Director

Peter Vogel is also the Director of IMD Global Family Business Center. In his research, teaching and advisory work, Peter works with family and non-family enterprises globally on organizational regeneration through intrapreneurship, talent development & succession, strategy, governance, change management, and investment opportunities.

Peter has published in peer-reviewed academic journals such as Entrepreneurship, Theory and Practice, has written a number of books and book chapters as well as scientific and practitioner-oriented reports. His work is frequently referenced by leading newspapers and other media outlets, such as Harvard Business Review, CNN, Huffington Post, Forbes, Financial Times, Techcrunch, amongst others.

Contributing Faculty

IMD’s Leading the Family Office program is delivered to you by a world-class faculty of professors to bring you the richest of real-world applications and the latest thought leadership.

Arturo Bris
Professor of Finance

Arturo Bris (www.arturobris.org) ranks among the top one hundred most read finance academics in the world. He is the author of several books, a frequent speaker at international conferences, and appears regularly on international media outlets. He also leads the world-renowned IMD World Competitiveness Center (WCC) and is an award-winning teacher and program director.

Didier Cossin
Professor of Governance

Didier Cossin is the founder and director of the IMD Global Board Center, the originator of the Four Pillars of Board Effectiveness methodology and an advocate of Stewardship. He is the author and co-author of books such as Inspiring Stewardship, book chapters and many articles in the fields of governance, investments, risks and stewardship, several of which have obtained citations of excellence or other awards.

Benoît Leleux
Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance

Benoît Leleux is recognized as a leading specialist in entrepreneurship, venture capital, private equity, and corporate venturing, particularly in emerging markets, and is the winner of numerous case writing awards in categories relating to these topics.

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