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.
Professor, Dublin City University
PNU Professor Strategy and Innovation at Dublin City University and Academic Director of CLIC, the Center for Leading Innovation & Cooperation. Founding Director of the Advanced Institute of Management Research (AIM).
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.
Regional Manager at Företagarna, regionchef Företagarna.
Företagarna is the Swedish Federation of Business Owners. It is the largest business organization in Sweden representing the interests of around 70,000 business owners. It is an independent, nonpartisan organization owned by its members. Företagarna has 18 regional offices and 260 local associations and meeting places in Sweden.
Managing Director at Herenco Group.
The Herenco Group is a family owned holding company based in the Jönköping Region. The Group works within five areas and has a total of 61 companies and 1,624 employees. The Group’s yearly turnover is approx. 350 Million Euro. The areas within the Herenco Group are diverse: Media and News, Metal and Plastics manufacturing, Industrial Packaging, Real Estate as well as sustainable management of small and medium sized companies.
Content updated 2020-07-01