Senta is an award-winning business professional with 20 years of international experience in Sales, Marketing and Mergers & Acquisitions. Currently, she holds the position of Chief Innovation Officer at Deloitte Central Europe & Czech Republic and has pioneered technological & social innovation field in her role. She previously held the Worldwide Customer Programs Director position in Hewlett Packard, where she was instrumental in transforming the way sales and Marketing engaged HP’s customer programs. Senta is a graduate of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Czech Technical University in Prague and holds a Master of Science in Biocybernetics. In 2011, Senta won the Czech Businessperson of the Year award, becoming the first female ever to win this coveted prize in the competition’s 20-year history, and in 2016, the Advocate Marketing Academy Award in Advocate Recruitment. Her team also won multiple Central European Impact Awards at Deloitte (2019,2020) and the Top Responsible Company award in the Czech Republic (Deloitte for Schools, 2021)

As Chief Innovation Officer for Deloitte Central Europe and the Czech Republic, she was instrumental in transforming the traditional Deloitte into a technological & innovative company (2017 onwards), founded the innovation program in the Czech Republic (2017), introduced Central European innovation ExCElerator (2020), an internal program to encourage intrapreneurship and innovation investments in 18 countries, converted 8 innovation ideas invested through CE ExCElerator into market-ready products/solutions in less than 12 months (2021-2022), led the development of first Deloitte metaverse project space shuttle for GenZ hiring (2022), led 3 innovation and tech trends workshop at the DCE Market Summit in Istanbul (2022). Also, she introduced the strategy of startup, business, GenZ and kids communities which established Deloitte’s innovation brand on the market and created demand for innovative and tech solutions. (PopUp Startup accelerators, KidsXO, SheXO, 3XO, Meetups and much more) (2017 onwards). Finally, she accelerated the Deloitte brand on the leadership and innovative scene (TEDx, Vogue Conference, DCE Biodiversity Challenge, Acadamy for Women Entrepreneurs, Select USA Tech, Czech Invest Startup Challenge, Future Port Summit and many more).


Courses taught within MIMG

Critical Thinking in Business Futurology
From Learning to Machine Learning


Daniela is a senior Human Resources professional with experience in leading HR teams in international corporations and consulting companies. She focuses mainly on HR areas of Reward, Employee Benefits, Talent Management and Learning & Development. She is interested in Agile – agile transformation of the company and implementing agile HR practices.

Daniela has been working in HR for more than 20 years. Last few years, she has shared her experience and knowledge with students at the Prague University of Economics and Business.

To stay in contact with reality, she cooperates with several businesses in the area of HR consulting and HR Business partnering.


Course taught within MIMG:

Personnel/Human Resource Management 2


Gabriela is an Assistant professor at the Department of Managerial Economics. She has earned her PhD from the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Faculty of Economics and Management (Department of Humanities). She is interested in regional development, behaviour and decision-making of actors and programming.

She has published in journals such as Oeconomia Copernicana, Computational Economics, Agricultural Economics, Acta Montanistica Slovaca etc.


Course taught within MIMG

Applied Macroeconomics

Ludmila is an Associate professor at the Department of Management. She teaches both introductory general and advanced management courses. Her belief is that organisations should be managed as complex systems and her research activities focus on knowledge management, management of knowledge workers and management models. All of which she specialises in.

In her free time, Ludmila loves to be in nature. She likes hiking in the mountains, and she is an enthusiastic diver.


Course taught within MIMG

Advanced Management

Lucie is an experienced lecturer. Her topics of interest include general decision-making with a focus on multiple-criteria decision-making and critical thinking. She has participated in several projects involving both research as well as development. The research projects dealt with topics such as counterfactual evaluation, multi-criteria decision-making used to evaluate bids for public contracts and critical thinking. Her teaching experience includes courses for professionals and work as a visiting professor in Canada and Romania.

Lucie has worked in the field for 13 years and is currently working as an evaluator for the non-profit organization called Socialni klinika providing psychological help for people who cannot afford paid therapy.


Course taught within MIMG:

Managerial Decision-Making and Problem Solving

Herman is a former business and marketing consultant and corporate trainer in Sri Lanka. His experience spans over 25 years across the spectrum of marketing, finance and manufacturing, specializing in the industries of apparel, agro, leisure and banking. He is skilled at designing, developing, and delivering business strategies for various business organizations. He started his career as an accountant/auditor in one of big four accounting firms and later held senior management positions in different industrial firms and finally in a marketing and management consultancy practice.

Currently, Herman conducts his PhD level studies at the Department of Marketing at Prague University of Economics and Business.


Course taught within MIMG

Advanced Marketing

Štěpán is an Assistant professor at the Department of Management and the head of the Applied Ethics and Morality Research Group. He has earned his Ph.D. from the Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg where he worked at the Department of Social Psychology. He is interested in moral behaviour, judgment and decision-making, methodology, and programming.

He has published in journals such as Judgment and Decision Making, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, American Behavioral Scientist, Psychological Science, Artificial Intelligence, etc.


Course taught within MIMG

Research Methods

Marek is an Associate professor at the Department of Managerial Economics and Vice-Dean for Research and Doctoral Studies at the Faculty of Business Administration. His current research focuses on decision-making, institutional and organizational economics, applied microeconomics, and the history of economic thought. His articles appeared in the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Journal of Institutional Economics, Theory and Decision, International Journal of Production Economics, Rationality and Society, International Journal of Game Theory, and History of Political Economy, among others. Marek has rich international experience. Before joining VŠE, he worked at the International Business School Suzhou at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University in China. He also held visiting positions at several renowned institutions in China, Italy, Germany, and USA. Marek has a Certificate in Professional Studies in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in the UK. Throughout his career, he has received several teaching and research awards. Marek has been in academia since 2011.

Between 2012 and 2013, Marek worked for the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic in the EU Economic Policy Coordination Unit. He also has international experience with teaching in executive education programs.

Course taught within MIMG:

Managerial Economics

Martin works at the Centre for Family Business as Deputy Head and Academic Director of the Centre. He works as an Assistant professor at the Department of Strategy, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Economics, Prague, where he presides over the English-taught course Strategy and Succession in Family Businesses.

He spent two research semesters at the Wirtschaftsuniversität in Vienna and a study year in the USA. The issues of family relationships, goals, succession and finances within a family business are the subject of his research and everyday practice, as he works in a family company.

Martin is a course moderator for the International Federation for Family Development, which has the status of general consultant for the UN Economic and Social Council.

Course taught within MIMG:

Strategy and Succession in Family Business

Ondřej is an Associate professor at the Department of Strategy. He is a member and co-founder of the Center for Family Businesses and member of the Ethical committee for research at the Faculty of Business Administration. His main teaching interests include mathematics, corporate finance, and statistical methods for research. He studied business administration at the Prague University of Economics and Business, computer science and engineering at the Czech Technical University in Prague, and mathematics at the University of West Bohemia, Pilsen.

Ondřej has worked in the field for 8 years. He also cooperated with RWE GasNet (nowadays just GasNet) in a project related to natural gas distribution in the Czech Republic. He is active at the Center for Family Businesses where he is responsible for family business research.


Courses taught within MIMG:

Research Methods

Libor is an Associate Professor at the Department of Marketing at the Prague University of Economics and Business, focusing on B2B markets.

As a boy, he had a clear plan to become an archaeologist who would discover another Troy or decipher Egyptian hieroglyphs. His plans changed, however, when his dad brought home one of the first programmable calculators. His passion for programming led him to pursue a Master’s degree in Technical Cybernetics at Czech Technical University in Prague. He was doubly lucky as he graduated in 1989, the year of the Velvet Revolution in our country, and then met Ales and Martin, two nice guys with whom he founded ComAp two years later, in 1991. Amazing years followed. Later, once they needed some structure, he became CEO and was responsible for the company and its product strategy. Along with many friends and employees, they turned ComAp into a worldwide leader in automation of on-site power generation.

After 25 great years, he realised it was time to hand over the helm to allow the company to grow further. ComAp Board was established, and Libor continued to focus on ComAp at a strategic level as a Non-Executive member, chairing at first the Innovation and Technology Committee and later Nominating and Remuneration Committee. To provide some balance for his engineering mind, he studied coaching. First, he obtained accreditation and later a Master’s degree in Executive Coaching at Ashridge Business School.

Nowadays, he uses his time as a board member, advisor, teacher and investor for both businesses and non-profit organisations, both with high ESG profiles. As an advisor, he helps companies to create a Board of Directors and implement Corporate Governance. As an impact investor, he helps young and passionate people build their own companies and achieve net zero by 2050.

As a visiting professor, he teaches B2B Strategic Marketing, Innovation and Strategic Management.

Course taught within MIMG:

B2B Marketing

Jaroslav is a member and lecturer at the Department of Managerial Psychology and Sociology and a member of the Centre for Leadership. His primary teaching interests include Leadership and Organizational behaviour. Jaroslav studied business administration at the Prague University of Economics and Business and International Business and Management at Central College, Sydney. As for his scientific work, he focuses on Leadership Development and currently works on research on the impact of workplace conditions and moderating effect of individual coping strategies and resources of organizational leaders on their mental health together with setting up effective intervention development programs in stress management and burnout prevention.

Jaroslav is a professional coach and mentor who has worked in Business Development for over 25 years. In 2004, he founded a branch of the British-Irish holding company Markland Group. Until the end of 2016, he was an executive partner, CEO, and member of the Boards of Directors and Supervisory Boards. Today, he deals with consulting in strategic investments and Leadership development.


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Anthony has set up or helped to set up more than a dozen companies. His management experience covers a small high-growth company as well as heading a corporate division. Anthony is a proud member of the Department of Management and chairs the Centre for Evidence-Based Management. He focuses on evidence-based management and practical ethics, drawing his expertise from various kinds of postgraduate level courses at the University of Cambridge, Prague University of Economics and Business, London School of Economics and Political Science and University of Oxford.

Anthony has worked in the field of management for over 25 years. He has been a consultant in management and change in diverse portfolio of projects for CEZ, Petrofac, ARM, Vodafone, O2, Teplarny Brno, Vychodoslovenska Energetika, Nordic Telecom, etc.

Active memberships: Academy of Management, The Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Czech Skeptical Club SISYFOS, The Karel Capek Center for Values in Science and Technology.


Course taught within MIMG:

Advanced Management

Vaclav is an Associate professor at the Department of Marketing at the Prague University of Economics and Business. He focuses on strategic marketing and digital marketing. He is author and co-author of various research papers and scientific monographs on consumer behaviour and online marketing. He has been engaged, as a researcher, on several research projects financed by grants from the Czech Science Foundation and other institutions.

Vaclav has over 20 years of experience in the field. He has worked as a business consultant; he has been, as well, a developer and lecturer of professional training courses in marketing in cooperation with a number of institutions and companies (e.g. Czech Trade, Century21). He has also cooperated on business and research projects with various companies (e.g. Seznam.cz, a leading Czech online portal). From 2012 to 2021, Vaclav was a member of the jury board of Internet Effectiveness Awards.


Course taught within MIMG:

Advanced Marketing

An Associate Professor at the Department of Marketing, Radek specializes in marketing research and is the guarantor of teaching it. He is the founder and Head of the Centre of Marketing Research and Market Analyses, which conducts marketing research, provides consultations, and organizes training. He is the author of several textbooks and a large number of scholarly papers published in prestigious domestic and foreign journals.

Radek has more than 20 years of experience in marketing. He started his career in the financial sector, after which he made a switch and engaged professionally in marketing research in domestic and foreign agencies.

He has also earned experience in solving grant projects, especially with TAČR (Technology Agency of the Czech Republic) projects. It closely cooperates with the association of research agencies in the Czech Republic.


Course taught within MIMG:

Marketing Research

Ladislav is an experienced lecturer, business consultant, and practitioner. He focuses on strategy and strategy related topics. Besides being the Academic Director of the BBA programme, he is also the academic director of the university’s flagship programme CEMS – Master in International Management, and Deputy Head of Department of Strategy. He is passionate about designing strategies and navigating companies in the wild water of future megatrends and uncertainties.

He has worked in the field for more than 11 years. He is also a recipient of the inaugural CEMS Philippe Louvet Innovation Award along with a grant of 20,000 Euros which enables the VSE to implement a new capstone course entitled “Lateral Collaboration in the Age of Exponential Change and Disruption”. With his colleague from the Department of Strategy, he has co-written two case studies published by Ivey Publishing; “Debito Technologies: Taking a debt management app abroad“ and “Behavio Labs: Scaling Survey Software into a Global Product.”


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An Associate Professor at the Department of Entrepreneurship, Miroslav is a former industrial manager, consultant, and lecturer of management. Since his career began, he has specialized in innovation management. He started his career as an industrial researcher and later held senior management positions in the industrial sector, namely in chemistry, pharmacy, and facility management. Since 2010, he has been an academic at the Prague University of Economics and Business. Currently, he specializes in exploring the effects of open and disruptive innovation on company performance.

He was granted 16 patents for chemical and pharmaceutical technologies that have been industrially exploited. He also co-authored two certified methodological procedures, one dealing with company innovation potential assessment. He published 6 monographs and more than 60 professional and scientific papers focused preferably on innovation and innovation management. He also serves as an evaluator for the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic (TAČR).


Course taught within MIMG

Innovation and Entrepreneurship