Meet your Program Directors

Meet your Program Directors

Program Directors

Our Faculty members are recognized world authorities in their fields. Dividing their time between teaching, research, and working with international companies, they remain on top of the latest management trends. You can expect timely, innovative learning activities, materials, and content in all IMD programs.

Arnaud Chevallier
Professor of Strategy

Arnaud Chevallier helps executives solve complex problems and make better decisions under uncertainty. His research, teaching and consulting draw on empirical findings from diverse disciplines to provide concrete tools that prepare executives to manage the strategic challenges they face in today’s dynamic global marketplace.

Albrecht Enders
Professor of Strategy and Innovation

Albrecht Enders’ work focuses on strategic decision making. Through his teaching, consulting and writing, he helps companies make important strategic choices, and provides guidance on how to ensure that decision making is effective, and pitfalls are avoided.

Latest publications
Strategic Thinking in Complex Problem Solving
By Professor Arnaud Chevallier

Whether you are a student or a working professional, you can benefit from being better at solving the complex problems that come up in your life.

Rethinking out of the box
By Professor Albrecht Enders and Term Research Professor Jean-Louis Barsoux with Andreas König

Executives are constantly urged to think out of the box, but given little practical advice on how to do so. A simple tool, already familiar to executives, can be leveraged to provide the answer.

Building on firm foundations is the key to architectural and, increasingly, business success
By Professor Arnaud Chevallier

As markets reward growth and the possibility of future profits, over evidence that the company’s value proposition is actually sound we ask, is cutting corners the sustainable approach?

The essence of strategy
By Professor Albrecht Enders with Andreas König

What is strategy? While executives talk a lot about it, and while it is widely acknowledged that it is of critical importance, there is a remarkable lack of clarity about what strategy actually is?