Speakers

Dr Gordon Hewitt

Dr Gordon Hewitt

Dr Gordon Hewitt has been a Professor at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, for over two decades. His influential research, teaching and consulting in the areas of global competition, business strategy, and the changing scorecard for executive leadership especially in times of competitive disruption, have been at the leading edge of thinking about corporate competitiveness and corporate governance in the new global business system.

Dr Hewitt has been given the International Distinguished Faculty Award for “Best Global Educator” by the Institute of Management Studies. Gordon also teaches on top corporate programmes at the Said Business School, University of Oxford.  As a consultant, he has extensive experience for over 25 years of working at CEO and Board level with many global corporations.

Born and educated in Glasgow, Gordon was awarded the CBE for services to international business in the Queen’s 2007 New Year’s Honours List. He has also been elected to Fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Scotland’s national academy of science and letters.

Dr Itiel Dror

Dr Itiel Dror

Dr Itiel Dror holds a PhD in psychology from Harvard University and currently works at University College London (UCL) and Cognitive Consultants International (CCI-HQ). 

He has published over 100 articles on human performance, decision-making and learning, but his expertise is in taking the most theoretical scientific understanding of the human mind, brain and cognition and translating this into practical and tangible ways to impact and affect human behaviour and decision making in the real world. 

Dr Dror shows that the effectiveness of decision making and training depends on how well (if at all) they fit the human brain. When they are brain friendly, the are effective and efficient. When they are not, then smart people do stupid things. More information and research details are available at www.cci-hq.com.

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