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Leadership, Entrepreneurial Leadership, Emerging Economies, Russia
Leadership, Leadership Coaching, Organizational Culture, Intercultural Management, Social Capital, World-class Companies
Stanislav Shekshnia is Senior Affiliate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise at INSEAD.
Dr. Shekshnia spent 10 years as a business executive and entrepreneur in France, USA, Russia and Central Europe.
Stanislav Shekshnia directs the Leading from the Chair Programme.
He has master's degree in Economics and Ph.D. from Moscow State University and MBA from Northeastern University in Boston. In 1991-2002 Stanislav Shekshnia held positions of Director of Human Resources, Central and Eastern Europe for Otis Elevator, President and CEO, Millicom International Cellular, Russia and CIS, Chief Operating Officer of VimpelCom, CEO of Alfa-Telecom. He served as Chairman of Vimpelcom-R and board member of a number of Russian companies.
In 2002 Stanislav Shekshnia co-founded Zest Leadership international consultancy. With Zest Leadership he concentrates on leadership, leadership development, organizational development and intercultural management. Dr. Shekshnia provides personal coaching to business owners and corporate executives.
His clients have included BP, TNK-BP, KAMAZ, Telecominvest, and United Technologies.
Dr. Shekshnia has over 15 years of graduate level teaching experience in Russia, France and United States. He is the author, co-author, or editor of 5 books, including Russian management bestseller Managing People in Contemporary Organization (seven editions since 1995), Group Focus (2003, with M.Rousseau-Ovchinnikov), Kak Eto Skazat Po-Russki: Western Management Methods in Russia (2003), Corporate Governance in Russia (edit. with S. Puffer and D. McCarthy upcoming), New Russian Business Leaders (with M. Kets de Vries and associates, upcoming). He has published book chapters, articles, executive commentaries, interviews and case studies on entrepreneurship, leadership, people management, intercultural management and business and management in Russia.
- CASE STUDIES - Busy Executive (A) (Russian)
- CASE STUDIES - Busy Executive (B) (Russian)
- CASE STUDIES - Busy Executive (C) (Russian)
- JOURNAL ARTICLES - Founder-CEO Succession: The Russian Paradox - European Journal of International Management
- WORKING PAPERS - The Key Commandments for Doing Business in Russia
- CASE STUDIES - Busy Executive (A)
- CASE STUDIES - Busy Executive (B)