Ilona Bučiūnienė

Professor Ilona Bučiūnienė is the Dean of PhD Studies and the Chairman of the Doctoral Committee at ISM University of Management and Economics. She is an expert at the Research Council and at the Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education of Lithuania and is a member of EFMD Doctoral Programmes Conference Steering committee. Prof. Bučiūnienė teaches Social Research methodology for doctoral students. Her research areas are HRM, responsible HRM and leadership, aging, HRM - employee attitudes - performance linkage in business, public and health care sectors. Prof. Bučiūnienė serves as the Ambassador for Lithuania at the Academy of Management HR Division's Ambassadors Program.


Hans Siggaard Jensen

Hans Siggaard Jensen is a professor of Philosophy of Science and former Pro-Dean for Strategic Development at Aarhus University, Denmark. Prof. Jensen is a member of several boards amongst others ISSUU - a Web 2.0 on-line publishing venture. Prolog Development Centre - world leader in planning software for airlines healthcare and manufacturing industry. He is head of the program committee on Education and Creativity under the Danish Council for Strategic Research.  At ISM University of Management and Economics professor teaches  doctoral course on Philosophy of Science.


Trish Reay

Trish Reay is an associate professor at the University of Alberta, Alberta Business School in Canada. Her research interests are Managing organizational change, Professions and professional work, research of identity. Assoc. prof. Reay is a member of the Academy of Management divisions in Health Protection Management as well as Theories in Management. She is a member at Canada’s Administration Sciences Association (ASAC). At ISM University of Management and Economics dr. Trish Reay teaches Qualitative Research Methods doctoral course.


Manuel Voelkle

Manuel Voelkle is a professor at Humboldt University of Berlin. He received Dr. rer. soc. (PhD) in Psychology in 2008, at Mannheim university. His research interests lies in Multivariate research methods, Longitudinal data analysis, Inter- and intraindividual variability in cognitive and affective functioning, Evaluation research. At ISM University of Management and Economics dr. Manuel Voelkle teaches a doctoral course on Quantitative Research Methods: Multivariate Statistics. 


Adamantios Diamantopoulos

Prof. Adamantios Diamantopoulos holds the Chair of International Marketing at the University of Vienna, Austria. He is also Visiting Professor at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, and Senior Fellow at the Dr. Theo and Friedl Schoeller Research Center for Business & Society, Nuremburg, Germany. His main research interests are in international marketing and research methodology, and he is the author of some 200 publications in these areas. In 2000, he was elected Fellow of the British Academy of Management and in 2013 Fellow of the European Marketing Academy. In the research performance rankings by the Handelsblatt newspaper (2009, 2012, 2014), he has been consistently ranked #4 in terms of "Lifetime Achievement" among all business administration academics in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.


Bob Fennis

Bob Fennis is Professor of Consumer Behaviour at the Department of Marketing of the Faculty of Economics and Business of the University of Groningen. Fennis’s research focuses, inter alia, on the effects of advertising and other forms of marketing communication, in particular on subconsciously influencing consumer behaviour. Fennis studied Social Psychology at Utrecht University and Communication Science at Radboud University Nijmegen, where he graduated cum laude. He gained his PhD in 1999 in Utrecht with a thesis entitled ‘Health on television: Studies on the content and effects of mass media messages’. This research concerned the image and effects of health advertising on television. Fennis has worked as a senior research and communications consultant at the Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management and as a senior consultant at Boer & Croon Corporate Communication. He has also been a lecturer and associate professor at VU University Amsterdam the University of Twente and Utrecht University.