1. Dean H. Fenwick Huss, Ph.D.
Dr. Huss was named Dean of the Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University, in 2004.
Dean Huss has been a prime mover in developing the college's curriculum, hiring top faculty and helping to raise the profile and ranking of Georgia State 's undergraduate business program to the highest level in its history. Through his efforts, the college has received more than $10 million in grants that have paved the way for its administrators, faculty and students to establish and participate in business education programs in countries around the world.
Dean Huss has assisted universities in South Korea, China, Russia , Ukraine and Sub-Saharan Africa in restructuring their business programs. He also directs Robinson's USAID-funded development projects in South Africa , Ghana and Egypt .
Dean Huss earned a B.A. in Economics from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, a MA in Economics from the University of Connecticut and a Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of Tennessee .
2. Professor Philip Anderson, Ph.D.
Dr. Anderson is the INSEAD Alumni Fund Professor of Entrepreneurship. He is also director of the 3i VentureLab and director of the International Centre for Entrepreneurship, which includes the Caesarea Rothschild Entrepreneurship Centre in Israel . He currently teaches courses in entrepreneurship, venture capital, and the strategic management of innovation, and has written over 75 original cases and notes for these classes. He had a B.A. in Economics from UC Davis, and earned his Ph.D. in Management of Organizations from Columbia University .
Before INSEAD, he was an Associate Professor of Business Administration at the Amos Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College , where he was faculty director of its executive program Strategies for B2B E-Commerce. He has conducted customized executive programs for companies such as Aetna , American Express, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Commerce One, Dow, Eaton, Glaxo SmithKline, HP, Intel Capital, John Deere, McGraw-Hill, Praxair, Roche, etc…
He is also on the editorial boards of four academic journals, focusing on applications of complexity theory to organizational research. He is co-author of Managing Strategic Innovation and Change (with Michael Tushman, published by Oxford University Press in 2004, 2 nd edition), and Inside the Kaisha: Demystifying Japanese Business Behavior (with Noboru Yoshimura, published by Harvard Business School Press). Inside the Kaisha was named Booz, Allen & Hamilton 1997 Global Business Book of the Year for Industry Analysis/Business Context. His articles have appeared in such journals as the Harvard Business Review, the Sloan Management Review, CIO, Datamation, the Academy of Management Executive , Management Science, etc..
3. Professor Kuldeep Kumar, Ph.D.
Dr. Kumar is an internationally-recognized scholar in information technology and management science-particularly in the fields of technology for enterprise resource planning and e-business strategy. His current work in the area of e-commerce focuses on how the so-called "New Economy" is transforming traditional brick and mortar businesses and fostering new kinds of inter-organizational connections. He examines how business firms, while facing traditional business issues and practicing "business as usual," are also conducting "business unusual ," that is, finding "e-answers" to many of these issues and developing new structural models-sometimes even new firms-for conducting business in the digital age.
Because of his background in this area, Dr. Kumar serves as the coordinator for Crossroads: the College of Business Administration's new "e-business education" initiative. He also serves as a professor and chairperson of Information Management in the Department of Decision and Information Sciences at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. Before joining Erasmus University, he was an associate professor of computer information systems at Georgia State University. His research has been published in journals such as MIS-Quarterly , Communications of the ACM , IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering , Information Systems , Economia and Management , and Informatie . He has developed and taught a variety of executive development programs on IT and organizations, virtual organizations and e-commerce, business process redesign, enterprise resource planning for Erasmus EMBA/EMBI (for Erasmus University), sda Bocconi in Milan, and ESADE in Barcelona.
Currently, Dr. Kumar serves on the executive committee for the International Conference on Information Systems and on the editorial boards for The Information Systems Journal , Journal of Information Technology , Journal of Global IT , and Vision: The Indian Journal of Management.
4. Jusuf Wanandi, J.D, Esq.
Jusuf Wanandi is Co-founder and Chairman of the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Jakarta, Indonesia's most successful foreign-affairs think tank.
A lawyer by training, Jusuf Wanandi was Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Indonesia, Jakarta, and has served in various national and international organisations in the course of his career. He has long been Indonesia's best known analyst of Southeast Asian regionalism and the politics and foreign policies of Indonesia and the United States.
He holds leadership positions in the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific, the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council, the Prasetiya Mulya Graduate School of Management in Jakarta, and the Foundation of Panca Bhakti University. He heads the company that publishes Indonesia's leading English-language daily, The Jakarta Post.
He has co-authored or co-edited more than a dozen books, including Europe and the Asia Pacific (1998), Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific Region (1993), and Asia and the Major Powers (1988). His well-received publications in the US political forum included:
1. "Indonesia: A Failed State", The Washington Quarterly, sum 2002
2. "A global coalition against international terrorism", MIT Press 2002
5. Randall Englund, MBA, NPDP, CBM
'Randy' Englund is an author, speaker, trainer, and consultant for Creating an Environment for Project Success. He is a partner in the advanced project management training venture Madeline Learning, and a faculty member of San Jose State University. In his 22 years at Hewlett Packard (HP), he functioned as Senior Project Manager for many major global projects.
As a workshop facilitator and consultant, he draws on his experience in project management to lead initiatives for:
1. Continuous improvement across enterprises
2. Ensuring success of business units releasing high-technology products
3. Developing a system product life cycle
4. Resolving computer system architectural issues
5. Researching effective practices for project success,
6. Designing management processes. courses and distance learning.
Mr. Englund has a BSEE degree and a MBA degree in Management. He is member of the Project Management Institute and board member for the Product Development and Management Association (PDMA), where he is a certified New Product Development Professional (NPDP).
With Dr. Robert J. Graham he co-authored the books Creating an Environment for Successful Projects: The Quest to Manage Project Management and Creating the Project Office: A Manager's Guide to Leading Organizational Change . Englund contributed articles and papers to PM Network and other publications.