Experts and executives

Useful insights from top experts and seasoned executives

Strategy Execution is a vast domain that requires choices to be made about topics covered. It also meant that one person alone could not have the expertise to cover all of the topics included. The following six experts and eight executives have therefore contributed to the book.
Each of them helped the author Jeroen De Flander in the writing process by delivering content and challenging ideas. A summary of their experience and credentials follows.

Sir John Whitmore is regarded as the world's best coach and founder of performance coaching.

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Dr Peter Scott-Morgan is acknowledged as the foremost authority on communication and change behaviour.

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Volker Voigt is an acknowledged initiative management expert.

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Prof. Vincent Lion is an expert in strategy, innovation and technology management with a focus on the related competences' development.

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Koen Schreurs is a Strategy Execution expert who specialises in aligning individual performance to the business strategy.

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Carlos Guevara is is a seasoned consultant and trainer who specialises in Strategy Execution.

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Michael Smith is Vice President Group Strategy and Planning North America for the Coca-Cola Company.

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Shane Dempsey is Vice President Human Resources and Communications Europe at Novo Nordisk.

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Douglas Johnson-Poensgen is Vice President Business Development at BT.

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Alan Maxwell is Vice President Human Resources at Lockheed Martin.

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Jean-Francois Van Kerckhove is Vice-President Strategy at eBay.

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Hervé Borensztejn is Senior Vice President Human Resources at EADS.

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Abdullah Al Nuaimi is Director General at ADWEA

Toufic Allaf is Technical Advisor and BSC Implementation Champion at ADWEA

 

 

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