Founding Partner, Camunico
Member of the Board, Royal Academy of Art and the Royal Conservatoire
As partner of Camunico Ron advises senior management on sustainable business strategies, governance and leadership and has developed specific expertise on the role of the board in sustainablity. Ron also works with boards and management teams to evaluate and advance their performance and has a track record in navigating team conflicts towards solutions.
As Executive in Residence at INSEAD Ron co-leads a research project on ‘the role of the board on sustainablity’ and cooperates with the INSEAD Corporate Governance Centre and the Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society. In addition Ron teaches sustainability in the INSEAD International Directors Programme and has given guest lectures at a variety leading business school. He has contributed to books and written articles in media such as the (Dutch) Financial Times, Insead Knowledge, Management Scope, the Radix think tank and Board Agenda.
Ron has extensive experience in leadership gained through roles in the executive management and boards of public and privately-owned companies and worked throughout Europe, Middle East, India, United States and South America. He has served organizations in a variety of industries including financial services, private equity, high tech, manufacturing, ICT, professional services and various non-profit institutions.
Ron studied international management and business administration at the university of Huddersfield (United Kingdom) and INSEAD (France), and is an alumnus of IN-BOARD, the INSEAD alumni non-executive directors programme.
He is a founding partner at Camunico, an Executive in Residence at INSEAD and a member of the board of the Royal Academy of Art and the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague.
He has contributed to books and written articles for a number of publications including Harvard Business Review, the (Dutch) Financial Times, INSEAD Knowledge, Management Scope, Radix - Think Tank for the Radical Centre and Board Agenda.