Daniela is a senior Human Resources professional with the experience both in leading of HR teams in international corporations as well as in 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 University of Economics in Prague.

To stay in contact with the 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


Marek is an assistant professor at the Department of Managerial Economics. 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 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 a 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 the 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 for nine years.

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

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

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 in the fields of consumer behaviour and online marketing. He has been engaged, as a researcher, on several research projects which were 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, 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, leading Czech online portal). Since 2012, Vaclav has been a member of the jury board of Internet Effectiveness Awards.


Course taught within MIMG:

Advanced marketing

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 receiver 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”. Together 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”.