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Dr. Walid Hejazi

Associate Professor, University of Toronto, Canada

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Walid Hejazi is an Associate Professor of Business Economics at the Rotman School of Management where he regularly teaches Canada's current and future business leaders in the MBA, EMBA, and custom Executive programs.

He has published extensively in many business journals and publications. He has assisted several large retail chains find new ways to understand their market data, providing them with perspectives that have allowed them to optimize their marketing activities, reduce inventory holdings, and develop criteria in location selection.
Walid has also consulted for several branches of the Canadian and foreign governments, on themes related to international competitiveness.

Dr. Kamel Jedidi

Columbia Business School, USA

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Kamel Jedidi is the John Howard Professor of Business and the Chair of the Marketing Division at Columbia Business School, New York.  He holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from University of Tunis and Master and Ph.D. degrees in Marketing and Statistics from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.  Dr. Jedidi has extensively published in leading marketing and statistical journals.  His research interests include pricing, product positioning, and market segmentation.  He was awarded the 1998 IJRM Best Article Award and the Marketing Science Institute 2000 Best Paper Award.  He was also finalist for 2009 Paul Green Award for the Journal of Marketing Research and for the 2009 Long-term Impact Paper Award for Marketing/Management Science.  Dr. Jedidi is senior Editor for the Consumer Needs and SolutionsJournal and serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Business-to-Business Marketing.  Dr. Jedidi has conducted seminars at several business conferences and universities and also spoken at and consulted with several multinational companies.  He is a Founding Trustee of the Marketing Accountability Standards Board (MASB), a member of the Faculty Steering Committee, Columbia Global Centers (Amman), a Senior Editor for Rutgers Business Review, and a member of the Academic Council of ENPC’s School of International Management. 

Dr. Philip Moscoso

IESE Business School, Spain

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Philip Moscoso is an associate professor in the department of Production, Technology and Operations Management and holder of the Eurest Chair of Excellence in Services.
Had published extensively in international journals, congress proceedings, and business newspapers, both for practitioners as well as for the academic community. He has also authored teaching materials and a recent book about production management.
He completed a Service Operations Management Program at Harvard, a General Management Program (PDG) at IESE, an M.Sc., Doctorate in industrial engineering and mananvge- ment at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH).

Dr. Jean-Luc Kastner

Managing Partner, TTM associates Ltd, Cyprus

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Head of the Learning skills lab of the Stonfield Institute of Human Dynamics – Paris. Managing Partner of TTM Associates, Ltd, Europe. Executive Coach to Leaders of Several High-tech blue chip Companies. Visiting Professor at Vlerick and INSEAD (Paris). Member of the Strategic Think Tank of Medtronic GmbH.

Dr. Magdi Ismail

Regional Director, TTM Associates, Cyprus

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Magdi is a Time To market consultant and a brand strategist. He is the regional director of TTM Associates Ltd, for the Middle East region, based in Nicosia, Cyprus. He managed large projects on leadership and management development with multinational companies among which Vodafone, Etisalat, Sanofi, and Nestle. He consults companies to develop strategies on enhancing organizational effectiveness. Magdi is a Pharmacist, with an MBA from Henley, a member with the CIM, UK. He is a certified practitioner with Herrmann International, Paris and Training Management Corporation Inc, USA..

Marcus Alexander

Adjunct Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, London Business School, UK.

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He received his MA from Oxford University; and his MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was a Harkness Fellow, Baker scholar, Loeb Rhodes Fellow & the Ford scholar and he is a Fellow of the Ashridge Strategic Management Centre, an Associate Fellow at Oxford University and a Visiting Professor at Vlerick Business School in Belgium.
He consults to multinational companies in Energy, Financial Services, Media, Retail and FMCG and has worked with more than 50 Group CEO’s over 3 decades. He has been a non-executive director of six companies in four countries, and is on the advisory board of a private equity firm. Prior to joining LBS, Marcus worked in investment banking; in strategy consulting at the Boston Consulting Group; and co-founded a business that he subsequently sold to an advertising group.
He has contributed to leading news outlets including the BBC, CNN, CNBC, The Times, and the Financial Times.

Dr. Basil Mustafa

Oxford Said Business School, UK

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Dr Mustafa is the Nelson Mandela Fellow at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, a Recognized Independent Centre of Oxford University. He is Associate Tutor at the Oxford University Department for Continuing Education.Dr Mustafa has a special interest in e-learning and distance learning programmes. His taught courses include ‘Islam in the Modern World’ and ‘Islam and the West’. He is a regular contributor to the Leadership Development Programme of the Executive Education Centre, Said Business School. Dr Mustafa was a speaker at the Inaugural Oxford Global Islamic Branding and Marketing Forum held at the Said Business School in July 2010. He has served as a public policy advisor (2000-2006) with the Inner Cities Religious Council at the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM).
Dr Mustafa is Chairman of Oxford Islamic Finance limited and Director of Dar al Istithmar limited, a company specialised in research and development of Islamic financial products and Shari’ah compliant finance.

Dr Mustafa spent a short stint as a VisitingProfessor at the University Technology Malaysia (2010) conducting research on the theme of Islamic business ethics

Khazi M. Zafar
Program Director

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