Professor Pär Mårtensson
Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
Professor Pär Mårtensson is Head of Pedagogical and Faculty Development at the Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden.  He is also Associate Professor at SSE, and Course Director, Teaching and Learning at Business Schools,  as well as Course Director, Program and Process Leadership for Faculty. Further, Professor Martensson is Faculty, International Teachers Programme (2003-Present), organized by the International Schools of Business Management, and Member of the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council.  His book, “Teaching and Learning in Business Schools: Transforming Business Education” co-edited with Magnus Bild and Kristin Nilsson is considered seminal work in the areas of teaching and learning in business schools.
Professor Arun Pereira
Indian School of Business, India Professor Arun Pereira is Executive Director, Centre for Learning and Management Practice at ISB. He is also a member of the Permanent Faculty at ISB, and was previously External Faculty at McKinsey & Company, and Executive Faculty, Boeing Institute of International Business, St. Louis, USA. Further, he is on the Board of Directors of the International Schools of Business Management and one of AACSB's Global Facilitators for Assurance of Learning. He is the author of two books, and a wide range of scholarly papers. Professor Pereira has won multiple teaching awards in Executive MBA, and MBA programmes including being voted as the Best Professor, Executive MBA at the Boeing Institute of International Business, St. Louis, USA (2004 and 2005) and voted ISB’s Professor of the Year (2012 and 2013).
Professor David J. Sharp
Ivey Business School, Western University, Canada Professor David Sharp is Associate Professor of Managerial Accounting and Control, and formerly the William G. Davis Chair in International Trade at Ivey Business School, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada. His previous appointments include faculty positions in Boston College, USA, and in the Middle East, and has held visiting appointments at Aalto University (Helsinki), Asian Institute of Management (Manila), and University of Otago among others. He has taught managerial accounting and control, and international accounting in Ivey’s Honours BA, MSc, MBA and Executive MBA (Toronto and Hong Kong) programs. Professor Sharp’s research interests centre around international accounting, management decision-making, cross-cultural behaviour, and business ethics.