Faculty – Advanced Board Programme INSEAD

Stanislav Shekshnia


Stanislav Shekshnia is Program Director at the Advanced Board Program and Senior Affiliate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise at INSEAD. Shekshnia has worked as a top manager for 10 years and subsequently as an entrepreneur in France, USA, Russia and Central Europe. Stanislav holds a master’s degree in economics, a Ph.D. from Moscow State University as well as an MBA from Northeastern University in Boston. Stanislav Shekshnia is also Director of the Leading from the Chair Programme at INSEAD and has published numerous books on management and board work.

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Jose Santos

Affilítated Professor of Practice in Global Management, INSEAD

Professor José F.P. dos (Joe) Santos started his academic career in engineering in the early seventies in his hometown of Porto, but soon after moved into the managerial world. In 1995, Joe moved from Italy to INSEAD and devoted himself again to scholarly work. Joe’s research and teaching focus on the management of the multinational enterprise, particularly on the management of global integration and global innovation.

Joe is Affiliated Professor of Practice in Global Management at INSEAD, France; Visiting Scholar at MIT Sloan, USA; and “Professor Catedratico Convidado” at UCP, Portugal. He regularly presents in conferences around the world and works with top management teams of multinational corporations from Europe, Americas, and Japan. The book From Global to Metanational: How Companies Win in the Knowledge Economy, co-authored with colleagues Yves Doz and Peter Williamson, was published by Harvard Business School Press.

Subramanian Rangan


Subramanian Rangan is a professor of strategy and management at INSEAD and teaches at the Advanced Board Program. He is an expert in global strategy and management, international business economics and multinational companies and holds board positions in a wide range of companies and organizations.

Rangan, among other things, works with capitalism in a future perspective, and specifically how companies can become better at integrating performance and progress. In 2013, he also initiated the Society for Progress, a community of prominent philosophers, sociologists and business leaders. The above work has, among other things, led to the publication of two books on the subject.

Rangan originally holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management and a Ph.D. in political economy from Harvard University.

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