Ian Scott is an authority on international economics and development. He began his career with the United Nations Development Programme in the 1960s, worked for a quarter century at the World Bank, retiring as a Director in the late 1990s and has subsequently divided his time between academic posts at Oxford University and the London Business School, writing, journalism, broadcasting and advising chief executives in the private sector (e.g. oil and gas, technology and health corporations) and multilateral organizations (e.g. the International Federation of the Red Cross) on corporate and organizational strategies.
His geographic experience spans Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East and East Asia. His areas of expertise include macro-economic management, urban and spatial development, knowledge and information management and the management of organizational change. He is the author of six books, more than 200 articles and reports for international organizations, and more than 300 newspaper columns. He currently serves as the founding Executive Director of the Emerging Markets Symposium at Green Templeton College, Oxford which focuses on health, education and welfare issues in emerging market countries in Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa.
What he presents:
Human Security (in Eastern and Central Europe dealing with most of these countries as an emerging markets)
Managing Corporate Knowledge
Why Cultural Change is the Key to Organisational Change?
Leadership in the New Economy
Globalisation and Global Governance