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The David De Cremer Conversation

Professor David De Cremer is a world leading thought leader and behavioural scientist with a special interest in managing and leading individual and organizational transformations in the 21st century (or also called the new tech era).

 

Currently he holds the Provost Chair at National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School, where he is also a professor at management and organizations and the director and founder of the Centre on AI Technology for Humankind (AiTH) at NUS Business School. Before moving to NUS, he was the KPMG endowed professor at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.

 

He received several career awards for his scientific work, was named the most influential economist in the Netherlands (2009-2010), a Global Thought Leader by the Trust Across America (2016) – Trust Around the World organization, whose annual list recognizes people for efforts “in elevating societal trust, one of the World’s top 30 Management Gurus and Speakers in 2020, a Thinkers50 Radar 2021 (one of the 30 global thought leaders to watch) and included in the World Top 2% Scientists.

His specific expertise concerns developing knowledge and applications to understand more deeply how leaders can be effective and transforming in the new technology era, how building trust can be used as business asset, what it takes to manage and lead global business transformations (especially with a focus on China and Asia), and why ethics-based compliance should be the future perspective in the corporate and financial world.

He provides services as a speaker and consultant that spans the levels of knowledge creation, knowledge transfer and knowledge implementation.

He is an advisor to the Ethics-based initiative of Novartis International AG (pharma) in Basel (Switzerland). He has considerable experience in executive teaching and corporate consultancy at a global scale.

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