Linda Hill

Hill, Linda is the Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. She is the faculty chair of the Leadership Initiative and has chaired numerous HBS Executive Education programs. She is the author of Becoming a Manager: How New Managers Master the Challenges of Leadership. She and Kent Lineback have co-authored two books: Being the Boss: The 3 Imperatives of Becoming a Great Leader and Collective Genius: The Art and Practice of Leading Innovation.

Quy Nguyen Huy

Huy Nguyen, Quy is a professor of strategy at INSEAD and director of the International Masters Program for Practicing Managers (IMPM). He held various management positions with several information technology firms and has done executive development, teaching, consulting or coaching for profit and non-profit organizations worldwide. As an academic, his research on strategic change has won various international awards. Harvard Business Review featured his article “In Praise of Middle Managers” in the journal’s 2001 annual “List of Breakthrough Ideas for Today’s Business Agenda”.

Jerry de Jaager

Jaager, Jerry de has had a 40-year career as a consultant and trainer, and is education director of The Masters Forum, an education series focused on forward thinking for business. He has written three management books, and most recently co-authored See New Now: New Lenses for Leadership and Life.

Sandra Janoff

Janoff, Sandra is co-director of Future Search Network (FSN). She co-developed the Future Search process to get the “whole system” focusing on the future and creating values-based action strategies. She is a consultant and psychologist and has worked with organizations worldwide on issues of globalization, sustainability, and humane practices. She has co-authored two books with Marvin Weisbord.

Jean-Paul Jeanrenaud

Jeanrenaud, Jean-paul, MSC (Oxford) is Senior Advisor to WWF Switzerland and former Director of Corporate Relations at WWF International. He cofounder the One Planet MBA at the Business School University of Exeter, One Planet Leaders, for senior executives delivered in collaboration with IMD, and OPEN for Business (One Planet Education Network). He is a Visiting Professor at Audencia School of Management, Nantes, France.

Sally Jeanrenaud

Jeanrenaud, Sally is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow in the Business School, University of Exeter, UK. She cofounder the Green Economy Coalition, and OPEN for Business. She researches sustainability-oriented innovation, and the role of business in delivering the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. She teaches on the One Planet MBA and is a Visiting Professor at Audencia School of Management, Nantes, France.

Charles Jennings

Jennings, Charles is co-founder of the 70:20:10 Institute and a director of The Internet Time Alliance, a multinational think-tank of learning and business performance practitioners helping organizations exploit emerging practices and informal and social learning. He specializes in the change processes required to extend learning into the workflow to improve individual and organizational performance. His background includes roles as Chief Learning Officer for Reuters and Thomson Reuters and as a business school professor.

Jan Jorgensen

Jorgensen, Jan is Associate Professor in Strategy and Organization at McGill University. His current research interests include organizational responses to globalization and strategic collaboration among organizations across the private, state and social sectors.

James Kass

Dr James Kass' career has been multi-disciplinary and multi-national. He has worked in the domain of human spaceflight (since 1980), across the very different infrastructures of academic research, industry, and national and international agencies including the ESA (European Space Agency) NASA, and the EC (European Commission). His work spans various disciplines such as nuclear physics, neurophysiology, applied psychology, human spaceflight, integrated applications, knowledge management. and artificial intelligence (AI). In addition to consulting, he also lectures and delivers inspirational talks at academic institutions, and international and intergovernmental organizations, conferences, and industry. Dr Kass is currently running his own consultancy, James R Kass Space Consulting. www.kass-space.com

Raye Kass

Dr. Raye Kass is a professor of Applied Human Sciences at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, specializing in leadership and small group behaviour. She has been involved in numerous space research projects in conjunction with the Canadian Space Agency, NASA, and the Russian Space Agency. Dr. Kass is the author of Theories of Small Group Development and the co-author of three works on social group theory. www.rayekass.com