Stanislav Shekshnia (Russian: Станислав Владимирович Шекшня; 1964), a Senior Affiliate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise at INSEAD and a core faculty member at INSEAD Corporate Governance Center.
Stanislav Vladimirovich Shekshnia was born in Moscow into a family of graduates of the Moscow Power Engineering Institute: Dr. Vladimir Viktorovich Shekshnia, senior researcher for the military-industrial complex and Julia Dmitrievna Kondrashova, who holds a teaching position at the Moscow Power Engineering Institute. In his childhood and youth, he was seriously fond of sports, a candidate for master of sports in judo (Burevestnik sports club), and played hockey for the junior team of HC Dynamo Moscow. Stanislav Shekshnia graduated from the Faculty of Economics of Moscow State University, where he continued his studies in graduate school. In 1993, he defended his PhD thesis on “Motivation of wage labor in industrialized countries” under the supervision of Iskra Evseevna Rudakova. He received his MBA from Northeastern University in Boston (USA).
Stanislav Shekshnia directs Leading from the Chair and joint INSEAD Scandinavian Executive Institute Executive Board programs at INSEAD. During his career, he has been awarded an academic excellence in executive education five times. Prior to joining INSEAD, Shekshnia worked at Moscow State University, Ecole Superieure de Commerce, Northeastern University, the International Management Institute of St. Petersburg, and California State University’s Moscow campus.
His primary interests are leadership, leadership development and corporate governance. His research has appeared in the Academy of Management Executive, European Management Journal, European Journal of International Management, Harvard Business Review, Journal of West-East Business, Case Research Journal, California Management Review, Compensation and Benefits Review, Journal of Management Inquiry, and Organizational Dynamics, among other publications. He has also contributed numerously columns in the Financial Times, Forbes and Vedomosti.
From 1992 to 2001, Stanislav Shekshnia held CEO, COO and directors’ positions at Alfa-Telecom, VimpelCom, Millicom International Cellular, and Otis Elevator.
- Shekshnia, S. «HOW TO BE A GOOD BOARD CHAIR The key is to remember you’re not the CEO.» Harvard Business Review 96.2 (2018): 96-105.
- Shekshnia, S., Ledeneva, A., Denisova-Schmidt, E. (2017), «Managing Business Corruption: Targeting Non-Compliant Practices in Systematically Corrupt Environments», Slavonic and East European Review, 95, 1, pp. 151—174.
- Fey, Carl F., and Stanislav Shekshnia. «The key commandments for doing business in Russia.» Organizational Dynamics 1.40 (2011): 57-66
- Shekshnia S., Zagieva V. (2019). Leading a Board: Chairs’ Practices Across Europe. Palgrave Macmillan.
- Shekshnia S., Kravchenko K., Williams E. (2018). CEO School: Insights From 20 Global Business Leaders. Palgrave Macmillan.
- Shekshnia, S., Ulanovsky A., Zagieva V. (2018), Athletic CEOs: Leadership in Turbulent Times, Anthem Press, London
- Shekshnia S. (2010). Coaching for Executives: How to Manage Free People Alpina Publishing.
- Kets de Vries, M.F.V., Shekshnia S.V., Korotov K., Florent-Treacy, E. (2004), The New Russian Business Leaders. Edward Elgar.
- McCarthy, D. J., Puffer, S. M., Shekshnia, S. V. (2004), Corporate Governance in Russia, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar.
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