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Guillermo Cardoza

Profesor de Innovación y Gestión de Cambio de INCAE Business School

Dr. Guillermo Cardoza is a Full Professor of Innovation, Change, and Competitiveness in Emerging Markets at INCAE Business School. Dr. Cardoza held the Full Professor on management of innovation, business economics, and competitiveness in emerging economies at the IE Business School (1999-2012), where he founded and directed the Euro-Latin America Center. 

From 1996 to 1999, Dr. Cardoza was Research Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, where he undertook research on the management of innovation and competitiveness. He studied at Sorbonne Nouvelle University in Paris, where he obtained a Ph.D. in Business Economics as well as master's degrees in Latin American Studies, International Relations, and Business Administration. Dr. Cardoza also holds a degree in chemical engineering from the National University of Colombia.  From 1987 to 1998, he was Executive Director of the Latin America Academy of Sciences and previously worked as an engineer for 3M Corporation. He also has extensive experience as a consultant for international organizations and multinational corporations and has been a guest lecturer and visiting professor in several international fora and academic institutions of worldwide renown.

Dr. Cardoza has published books and articles in specialized journals and is currently doing research on innovation management, design thinking, internationalization strategies, development in emerging markets, and women's progress. During the first semester of 2019, he was appointed as Visiting Fellow at Harvard University, where he co-developed two global projects on Women Social Progress Index and Women Entrepreneurship in Latin America. He is also the director of the Women Entrepreneurship Program focused on helping women develop and consolidate their business ideas.

 

https://www.incae.edu/en/directorio/guillermo-cardoza.html 

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