Hugo Marynissen, Antwerp Management School, Belgium
Dr. Hugo Marynissen is Professor and Academic Director of the Executive PhD program at Antwerp Management School. He is also a visiting professor at various universities such as UA (Belgium), UCL (Belgium), Cranfield University (UK), Lingnan (University) College, (Guangzhou, China), and Laurea University of Applied Sciences in Helsinki (Finland).
In addition, he is the president of the CIP Institute, a non-profit organization that brings together scientists and practitioners from various disciplines in an inspiring and innovative platform to exchange and develop knowledge about the Complex and Interactive Processes (CIP) in the field of crisis.
He is also a managing partner of PM Risk – Crisis - Change, an agency specialized in risk and crisis management. Since 2008 he has provided regular coaching and consultancy services in the field of risk and crisis. During the Brussels terror attacks (March 2016) he was an advisor on crisis communication to the Belgian Prime Minister.
Dr. Marynissen holds a Doctoral degree from Cranfield University – School of Management (UK), and a Masters degree in Change Management from HEC Business School (France). The focus of his current research is on team dynamics in crisis teams, safety leadership within so-called “High-Reliability Organizations”, normal chaos, and the role of crisis communication during extreme events.
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