Professor Tawhid CHTIOUI
Chairman of the Executive Board of emlyon business school
Dean of emlyon business school
Professor in Performance Management

Holder of Doctorate in Management Science from Paris Dauphine University and Leadership Development Program in Higher Education from Harvard Graduate School of Education, Tawhid CHTIOUI held scientific and management functions in various business schools in France. Author of several scientific articles, he also taught in various schools and Universities in France and international. He is serial entrepreneur and carried on consulting and professional training activities.

Professor William Hua WANG

Associate Dean, emlyon business school
Dean, emlyon business school Asia
French Dean, Asia Europe Business School
Executive Board Member, China Goes Abroad®
Think Tank Member, 21st Century Business Herald  Steering Committee Member, Gerpisa

Post graduate degree in Applied Economics IREPD - University of Pierre Mendès France

Ph.D. in Applied Economics - IREPD Institute of Economic Research on Production and Development - University of Pierre Mendès France

Expertise: corporate strategy、business model innovation、innovation management、foreign direct investment (Chinese outward FDI, FDI in China), globalization strategy of Chinese companies, and the automotive industry in China、Management Economics etc.

Professor William Hua Wang has rich experience in teaching MBA and EMBA core courses, such as Globalization Strategy, Business model innovation and Foreign direct investment (Chinese outward FDI, FDI in China), in leading business schools, including Manchester Business School, KEDGE Business School, Baltic Management Institute, Belgian Business School LOUVAIN School of Management, and Shanghai Jiao Tong University Antai School of Economics and Management. He has published more than 110 publications in journals, books, and conference proceedings and has delivered executives training to many famous multinational enterprises and Chinese companies including Bosch, SAP, Volvo, Intel.