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prof. drs. Wessel Ganzevoort

prof. drs. Wessel Ganzevoort

Innovating strategy, leadership and organisational transformation
Languages : English, Dutch

  • Categories

  • Innovation & Creativity
    • Innovation
  • Management
    • Knowledge Management
  • Leadership & Strategy
  • Employability

  • Lecture
  • Workshop / Masterclass
  • Consultancy
  • Subjects

  • Strategy
  • Leadership
  • Organisation design and development
  • Organisational dynamics and innovation

Professor J. Wessel Ganzevoort joined KPMG in 1970 as a management consultant. His focus points have always been strategy and design of organisations from a human perspective. Wessel Ganzevoort studied business administration, economics and social psychology. Since 1982 he served KPMG for seven years in various management positions: as chairman of the Dutch practice, as chairman of KPMG’s European consulting activities and as deputy chairman for global consulting. From 1994 to 1996 he

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Professor J. Wessel Ganzevoort joined KPMG in 1970 as a management consultant. His focus points have always been strategy and design of organisations from a human perspective. Wessel Ganzevoort studied business administration, economics and social psychology. Since 1982 he served KPMG for seven years in various management positions: as chairman of the Dutch practice, as chairman of KPMG’s European consulting activities and as deputy chairman for global consulting. From 1994 to 1996 he was president of the Netherlands Association of Management consultancy Firms (ROA). From 1996 to 1999 Wessel Ganzevoort was responsible for KPMG Inspire Foundation, an innovation and research center of KPMG. Since 1998 he teaches organisation dynamics and innovation at the University of Amsterdam. Since he left KPMG in January 2000 he has become non executive chairman and boardmember of several companies and institutions and is also active as a boardroom consultant. Living and learning organisms ask for a different leadership approach. Personal qualities of individuals are decisive. You must have some talent to become a leader, but leadership can be developed. During his lectures Wessel Ganzevoort passes on fundamental and theoretical notes and practical applications.

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