Canadian Executive MBA.
Welcome to CEMBA - the Canadian Executive MBA program offered by ESG University of
Quebec at Montreal UQAM and the Warsaw School of Economics SGH.

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CEMBA PROFESSORS OF COHORT XXII:

Aluchna Maria, Professor, Poland

Associate professor at Department of Management Theory, Warsaw School of Economics (SGH), Poland; Academic Director of CEMS MIM at SGH. She studied marketing and management at the Warsaw School of Economics where she graduated in 1998 with a MA (Econ) degree. She specializes in corporate governance (ownership structure, board, executive compensation, transition economies) as well as in strategic management and corporate social responsibility. She was awarded Deutscher Akademischer Austauchdienst (DAAD, 2001/2002) scholarship for research stay at Universität Passau and Polish-American Fulbright Commission scholarship for the research stay at Columbia University (2002/2003). She received Polish Science Foundation award for young researchers (2004, 2005). Since 1998 she has been working at the Department of Management Theory, at the Warsaw School of Economics obtaining Ph. D degree (2004) and completing habilitation procedure (2011). Currently Maria Aluchna teaches “Corporate governance” (both in Polish and English for CEMS program), “Transition in Central and Eastern Europe” (in English in cooperation with the University of Illinois, Springfield) and “Strategic management” (in English). She also serves as the faculty advisor for case competition of Warsaw School of Economics student teams and is the lecturer of the Summer University Warsaw. She is the member of the editorial team of Journal of Knowlegde Globalization and European Journal of Economics and Management as well as of the Polish journals – “Przegląd Organizacji [Organization Review] and e-Mentor. Maria Aluchna is the member of European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI), European Academy of Management (EURAM), the editorial teams of Journal of Knowlegde Globalization and of the Polish journals – “Przegląd Organizacji [Organization Review] and e-Mentor. She is also the Academic Director of the Community of European Management Schools (CEMS) program at Warsaw School of Economics. She is the team member at the law firm Głuchowski, Siemiątkowski i Zwara.

Aniszewska Grażyna, Professor, Poland

Warsaw School of Economics.
Academic position: Associate professor, Warsaw School of Economics.
Professional position: Executive Director of the Polish-Japanese Management Center at Warsaw School of Economics. Member of editorial board of "Organization' Review". Trainer and consultant in the fields of: Organizational Behavior, Negotiations and General Management.
CEMBA course taught: Computer Simulation / Corporate Management (MBA 8439).
Training in North America: Faculty development programme: University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Canada; University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada; University of Minnessota, Minneapolis, USA. Training course in Foreign Trade Promotion for Central-European countries - Kobe University, Japan. The Executive Program on Corporate Management for Central and Eastern European Countries - Tokyo, Japan.

Bazoge Benoit, Ph.D., Canada

ESG - University of Quebec at Montreal (ESG - UQAM).
Academic position: Associate professor in Strategic Management, ESG - UQAM.
Professional experience:Visiting professor in various universities throughout the world including INSEAD and CEDEP (France), Bucarest School of Economics (Romania), etc. Trainer in corporate programs both in Canada and France. Consultant in Strategic Management in several large financial institutions. Co-author of several books in strategy including "Strategic Thinking: A Financial Services Approach".
CEMBA course taught: Simulation/Corporate Management (MBA 8439)

Boucha M'Zali, Ph.D. MBA, CFA, Canada

ESG - University of Quebec at Montreal (ESG - UQAM).
Academic position: Professor titulaire in finance ESG - UQAM.
Professional experience/expertise: finace, stakeholder, regression, modeling, social responsibility, financial performance. Current rersearch projects: "Relationship between financial performance and social performance - US firms", "Modeling relationship between financial performance and social performance using panel data", "Impact of certification on financial performance".
CEMBA course taught: International Finance (MBA 8122).

Harvey Jean, Ph. D., Canada

Professor of operational excellence at the graduate school of business, ESG-UQAM. He holds a MBA (HEC) and a Ph.D in business (Yvey, University of Western Ontario). His articles have appeared in the best learned and professional journals (such as Journals of Operations, International Journal of Operations Management, Production and Operations Management and Quality Progress). His latest book (Complex Service Delivery Process – Strategy to Operation – 2011) was published by the American Society for Quality and translated into Mandarin Chinese by the Shanghai Association for Quality (2013).

Fields of expertise: Operational excellence, continuous improvement, learning organization, process management, organizational change, culture change, process design, customer experiences, complex services, financial services, tourism.

Jakubczyk Michał, Ph.D., Poland

Warsaw School of Economics, Institute of Econometrics,
Academic position: Assistant Professor at the Division of Decision Analysis and Support, Institute of Econometrics
Professional experience: Assistant at the Department of Pharmacoeconomics, Medical University of Warsaw; HealthQuest (in the past: Matrix, Bank BPH)
CEMBA course taught: Statistics and Operations Analysis (MBA 8411).
Education:  Warsaw School of Economics (Ph.D., MSc), University of Warsaw, Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics (BSc), Center for operations research and econometrics, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium (Marie-Curie scholarship), Universidade Lusofona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, Lisbon, Portugal (Socrates-Erasmus scholarhip)

Dr hab. Eugene Kaciak. prof. Brock University (Canada); Kozminski University (Poland)

Goodman School of Business (Brock University); Dpt. of International Management (Kozminski University). Published scientific articles in a number of refereed journals, including Journal of Marketing Research, Advances in Consumer Research, Journal of International Entrepreneurship, Journal of East-West Business, Journal of Applied Business Research, Journal of Small Business Strategy, Master of Business Administration Journal, Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, Journal of International Consumer Marketing, Journal of Targeting, Measurement and Analysis for Marketing, International Business & Economics Research Journal, Journal of Microcomputer Applications, Konsumpcja i Rozwój, Revue Internationale PME, etc. Author/co-author of several academic books and book chapters, and dozens of refereed articles published/presented at numerous conferences in Europe (Denmark, England, France, Greece, Italy, Spain, Georgia, Hungary, Estonia, Germany, Finland) and in South, Central and North America (Brazil, Costa Rica, Mexico, Puerto Rico, USA, Canada).
Recipient of the Minister of Higher Education of Poland Award for co-authoring the best textbook in Social Sciences published in Poland in 1992: "Badania marketingowe − metody i oprogramowanie komputerowe" (Marketing Research Methods with Computer Applications), published as a joint venture between the Canadian Consortium of Management Schools and Krakow University of Economics, Krakow (Poland).
Recipient of the 2012 Award of the Senate of Kozminski University for a research monograph (habilitation) titled "Teoria środków-celów w segmentacji rynku" (Means-End Chain Theory in Market Segmentation). Speaks fluently Polish, English, French, and Russian.
Experience: Courses taught (in English, French, Polish, and Arabic): Operations Management, Computer Applications in Business, Marketing Research, Operations Research, Applied Business Research, Operations Research Modeling, Logistics, Mathematical Statistics, Econometrics (University of Algiers, Algeria; University of Alberta, Laurentian University, and Brock University, Canada; Warsaw School of Economics, Kozminski University, Cracow University of Economics, and Cracow University of Technology, Poland).
Consulting and professional experience: Consultant in the Canadian Consortium of Management Schools, Ottawa (1991-1993); Statistical consultant for INCO, Sudbury (Canada; 1992); Deputy Director of the Department of Research and Analysis, National Bank of Poland (1993-1994); Senior Advisor to the Governor of the National Bank of Poland (in the area of bank supervision and bank deposits guarantee fund; 1993).

Laberge Danielle, Ph.D., Canada

Danielle Laberge is an administrator and associate professor in the sociology department of the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQÀM), having served as acting president from December 2006 to January 2008. She has also been vice-president, academic and executive vice-president, professor of sociology and director of advanced studies in sociology at UQAM. As a researcher, she is particularly interested in issues relating to the homeless. Her focus is on the empirical, andin the management of marginality and social exclusion. She has been a visiting researcher at the Institut national des études démographiques and at the l'école normale supérieure de technologie in Paris and a visiting professor at the Université catholique de Louvain in Belgium and at the l'école supérieure de commerce de Paris. Dr. Laberge obtained her masters and doctoral degrees, both in criminology, at the Université de Montréal.

Lee Ian, Ph.D., Canada

Associate Professor at Carleton University in the Sprott School since 1988 i.e.  28 years, teaching Strategic Management and related courses such as International Business Strategy.  Research activies: Business and Economics; Government Policy, International Trade.

Librowicz Michel, Ph.D., Canada

ESG - University of Quebec at Montreal (ESG - UQAM).
Academic position: Full time tenured professor (International Marketing), Director of the Philippe Pariseault Chair for Training in Agri-food Market Globalization. Coordinator and founder of the Canadian EMBA program at Warsaw School of Economics, Poland. Member of professional associations: European Foundation for Management Development, Academy of International Business, President of the Chambre de Commerce Canada-Pologne.
Professional experience: Vice-President of Promexport Canada, Montreal. Consultant at Lipos International, New York.
CEMBA course taught: Integrative Project (MBA 8448)

Madden Robert, CA (Chartered Accountant), FCA (Fellow Chartered Accountant), Canada

St. Francis Xavier University, Gerald Schwartz School of Business and Information Systems.
Academic position: Chair of Department of Business Administration at St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia. Former Chair of the Business School and member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Federation of Business School Deans (CFBSD).
Professional experience: President of Public Accountants Board of Nova Scotia. Fellow Chartered Accountant (F.C.A.) Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nova Scotia. Professor of Graduate and Professional Accounting and Finance courses across Canada for more than 25 years.
CEMBA courses taught: Financial Accounting (MBA 8F3X), Managerial Accounting (FIN 8502).

Mahaffey Thomas, Ph.D., Canada

Gerald Schwartz School of Business Administration and Information Systems, St. Francis Xavier University
Academic position: Associate Professor of Marketing and Strategy.
Professional experience: President of Xavier Group, Inc., specializing in marketing consulting projects for several of Canada's most successful organizations. Also served as the Senior Director of Strategic Planning for Sobeys Canada while on leave from St. Francis Xavier University. Member of the Board of Directors for organizations in pharmacy regulation and financial services including service as the President of Nova Scotia College of Pharmacists. Active research agenda in services marketing. Co-author of two Canadian marketing textbooks.
CEMBA course taught: Marketing (MBA 8416).

Miroński Jacek, Professor, Poland

Warsaw School of Economics, International Marketing Institute.
Academic position: Professor of organizational behaviour, marketing, advertising, negotiations.
Professional experience: Former Director of the Promotion Department in Radio ZET. Consultant and trainer for many companies (ORBIS, Selgros, UNIDO Poland, Polish Chamber of Commerce, Canal Plus, Polish Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations, Apple Computer IMC Poland).
CEMBA course taught: Organizational Behavior (MBA 8410), Human Resources Management (MBA 8418).
Training in North America:
Fulbright Scholarship, Columbia University, New York, USA. Faculty development program at the University of Prince Edward Island, Canada.

Pielaszek Marcin, Ph. D., Poland

Assistant Professor in the Department of Management Accounting in the Warsaw School of Economics, auditor Main form of activities are: Lectures, labs, seminars, classes on full-time, part-time, postgraduate and MBA studies in the field of financial and management accounting; Participation in research projects in the field of financial and management accounting; Training in financial and management accounting; Participation in the work related to the implementations of modern solutions of management accounting, financial accounting and cost accounting. His research interests are: Management accounting in the field of cost accounting, operational control and strategic control. Management accounting and cost accounting in healthcare units.

Prof. Piotr PŁOSZAJSKI, Ph.D., Poland

Professor and Head of the Department of Management Theory at the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH). In 2005-2008, SGH's Vice-Rector for International Relations. Also: founder and Chairman of the Polish-Japanese Management Center at SGH; Co-founder and Chairman (1998-2008) of the Warsaw Executive MBA. In 2009, 2010 and 2011 voted the Best Polish Instructor of Warsaw Executive MBA.
Graduate of the University of Łódź (majored in management, 1971), and Harvard Business School, USA (1973). Research Scholar in Prof. Edgar Schein's famous Organizational Studies Group at the Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1980-81). Internships in: British Academy, CNRS (France), Chinese Academy of Sciences, Japan Foundation for the Promotion of Science (Chiba Univ.), and other academic institutions. Alumnae of the Entrepreneurship Education Colloquium on Participant-Centered Learning at Harvard Business School (2005).
In 1987-1991, Director of the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences, the major Polish social science research center. In 1993-1998, Director General of the Polish Academy of Sciences (nominated by the Prime Minister).
Long-time member of CEMS (Community of European Management Schools) Executive and Academic Committees.
Adjunct Professor in International Business Studies at the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, USA. Visiting Professor at the International School of Management, Dortmund, Germany and at the Kiev-Mohyla Business School, Ukraine.
Lecturer and keynote speaker at numerous academic and business conferences in Western and Central Europe, the U.S., Japan, India and New Zealand. In 1998-2004, member of faculty in a large-scale USAID-funded training-the-trainer program for Ukrainian university professors in management and economics.
Advising and speaking to executive teams of leading companies in Poland (e.g.: Samsung, HP, PZU SA, PKO SA, BreBank, Kredyt Bank, Allianz, ING Financial Services, Orlen, Lotos, MCX, MasterCard, Mars, Masterfood, Microsoft, Google, UNIBEP, Koło Sanitec, TP SA, Orange, Era, Sybase, Wolters Kluwer, Eureko, ING, PGF, P&G, McKinsey, Polbank, Fortis Bank, Expander, Auchan, Three Mousquetaires, PWPW, Kompania Piwowarska, Auchan, Sybase, Lafarge, etc.). Active management consultant (New Man@gement Solutions).
Member of several supervisory boards, e.g. at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi (Poland), and InterCars (leading automotive supplier in Europe).

Prosper Bernard,  Ph.D.MBA, Canada

Full professor at the University of Quebec at Montreal.
Former MBA Program Director at UQAM, former Vice-rector for Academic Affairs at UQAM. Visiting professor at several Canadian and American universities.Chairman of Consortium of American Universities. Board member of FEWORGANIZATIONS. ESG-UQAM Program Coordinator of in China (China Institute Mining and Technology).
Since 25 years organizes and leads International Mission sessions for MBA students to China, Mexico, Ecuador, Latin America and Chile.

Stangeland David, Ph.D.,CMA, Canada

University of Manitoba, I.H. Asper School of Business.
Academic position: Department Head at the Department of Accounting and Finance, Associate Professor of Finance.
Professional experience: Certified Management Accountant (CMA). Member and/or Chair of several committees at the University of Manitoba, Member of the National Examinations Committee for the Certified Management Accountants of Canada, Academic Reviewer & Referee for the Journal of Economics and Finance, the Canadian Journal of Administrative Studies, and the ASAC Finance Division. Consultant to several international publishers on the development of corporate finance textbooks. Professional, educational, and research presentations given in Canada, Poland, USA, Czech Republic, Australia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, China and Mexico and by a co-author in Morocco. Courses taught include Corporate Finance (undergraduate, MBA, and PhD levels), Investment Banking (undergraduate and MBA), International Finance and Advanced Finance Theory (undergraduate level).
CEMBA course taught: Managerial Finance (MBA 8415).

Szapiro Tomasz, Professor, Poland

Warsaw School of Economics, Division of Decision Analysis and Support.
Academic position: Head of Division of Decision Analysis and Support. Former Dean of Warsaw School of Economics Graduate School.
Adjunct Professor of International Business Studies,
Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, USA.
Professional experience: Expert for UNIDO, for European Commission, Ministries of Finance, of Economy and of National Education. Member of Supervisory Board of Bank Sląski S.A.
CEMBA course taught: Statistics and Operations Analysis (MBA 8411).
Training in North America: Department of Computer Science, University of Ottawa, Department of Operations Management, School of Business, Carleton University, Wilfrid Laurier, Kitchener Waterloo, Canada; Carlson School of Management, University of Management, USA.

Toffoli Roy, B. Sc., Ph.D., MBA, Canada

ESG-University of Quebec at Montreal, Department of Business Strategy
Academic position: Professor of Marketing at the School of Management Science (ESG) of the UQAM.
Professional experience/expertise: International and cross-cultural marketing, cross-cultural consumer behaviour, marketing of high technology products and innovations, environmental and ecological marketing.
CEMBA course taught: International Marketing (MBA 8425)

Warowny Paweł, Ph.D., Poland

Assistant Professor in the Department of Management Accounting in the Warsaw School of Economics, auditor Main form of activities are: Lectures, labs, seminars, classes on full-time, part-time, postgraduate and MBA studies in the field of financial and management accounting; Participation in research projects in the field of financial and management accounting; Training in financial and management accounting; Participation in the work related to the implementations of modern solutions of management accounting, financial accounting and cost accounting. His research interests are: Management accounting in the field of cost accounting, operational control and strategic control. Management accounting and cost accounting in healthcare units.

PROFESSORS OF PREVIOUS CEMBA COHORTS:

The professors who made a significant contribution to the success of past editions of the CEMBA Program:

  • Ajenstadt J., Ph.D., Canada
  • Askanas W., Ph.D., Canada
  • Augustyniak Grzegorz, MA, Poland
  • Balakrishnan J., Ph.D., Canada
  • Barnhill A., Ph.D., Canada
  • Bieńkowski W., Professor, Poland
  • Carney M., Ph.D., Canada
  • Cattaneo Julian, Ph.D., Canada
  • Cherry D., Ph.D., Canada
  • Chowdbury S., Ph.D., Canada
  • Chua J., Ph.D., Canada
  • Cloutier Martin, Ph.D., Canada
  • Collins R., Ph.D., Canada
  • Davis M., Ph.D., Canada
  • Dębicki M., Ph.D., Canada
  • Dow Sandra, PhD., Canada
  • Ferris A., Ph.D., Canada
  • Filiatrault P.,Ph.D.,Canada
  • Ganjavi O., Ph.D., Canada
  • Geldner Marian, Professor, Poland
  • Genest B. A., Ph.D., Canada
  • Gołębiowski T., Professor, Poland
  • Goliński J, Professor, Poland
  • Good W., Ph.D., Canada
  • Gopal A., Ph.D., Canada
  • Gruszczyński Marek, Professor, Poland
  • Gupta A., Ph.D., Canada
  • Isaak R., Ph.D., Canada
  • Jarosiński M., Professor, Poland
  • Jones S., Ph.D., Canada
  • Kamiński Bogusław, Ph.D., Poland
  • Lepine I., Ph.D., Canada
  • Marciniak Z., Ph.D., Poland
  • Mazur J., Professor, Poland
  • Matkowski Z., Professor, Poland
  • Miciak A., Ph.D., Canada
  • Noori H., Ph.D., Canada
  • Nowakowski M., Professor, Poland
  • Oppenheimer R., Ph.D., Canada
  • Pac R., Ph.D., Poland
  • Paliwoda Stanley, PhD., Canada
  • Pasquero J., Ph.D., Canada
  • Polak P.,Ph.D.,Poland
  • Prokop J.,Professor,Poland
  • Przybyłowski K., Ph.D., Poland
  • Przytula Peter, Ph.D., USA
  • Rapacki R., Professor, Poland
  • Reavley M., Ph.D., Canada
  • obinson M., Ph.D., Canada
  • Rutkowski I., Professor, Poland
  • Storey R., Ph.D., Canada
  • Sulejewicz A., Professor, Poland
  • Tamilia R., Ph.D., Canada
  • Thomas D., Ph.D., Canada
  • Waters Donald, Ph.D., UK
  • Wojciechowski W., Professor, Poland
  • Zuccaro C.,Ph.D.,Canada
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