Jönköping International Business School has a Strategy Board which consists of external experts and consults that represent the higher education sector as well as the business sector.
Chairman of the Board
Professor, KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm
President of the European Regional Science Association, and Editor in Chief of the Papers in Regional Science. Coordinating Editor of the book series Advances in Spatial Science. Has previosly chaired different Swedish organizations, e.g. the Swedish Planning Association and Stockholm Academic Forum.
Per Arne Andersson
CEO, Kinnarps AB, Sweden
Employed within the Kinnarp Group since 1995 where he has previously served as Controller and CFO of Marketing. Civilekonom degree from JIBS. During his studies, Per-Arne was Chairman of the Education Committee. Chairman of Science Park Jönköping as well as Chairman of Margretetorps Gästgivaregård AB.
Professor, NUI Maynooth, Ireland
Professor for Research Development in the School of Business, NUI Maynooth and Academic Director of CLIC, the Center for Leading Innovation & Cooperation. Founding Director of the Advanced Institute of Management Research (AIM).
CEO Big Fish, Paris, France
Previously COO and CEO of several medium-size corporations. Has held several international management positions in Germany, the United States and France for Siemens and set up three international companies from scratch. Coach and trainer in corporate and academic institutions.
Professor, Founding Dean and President of the Strategic Board, Grenoble School of Management, France
Member of the EFMD/EPAS Accreditation Board. Elected twice at AACSB Board of Directors and served on the main AACSB Committees. Special Advisor to the President of AACSB for Europe and Member of the French Business Education Degrees Accreditation Board.
CEO SBSB Innovation AB, Sweden
Construction Engineer, has held positions as CEO in five Swedish companies. Current board memberships include Chamber of Commerce Jönköping, Science Park Systemet and The Swedish institute for disability research.
Content updated 2016-03-16