Dr. Eric Van Genderen
Dr. Eric Van Genderen
Professor/Associate Dean
DBA, Henley Business School of Oxford, England
IB & Strategic Management

Dr. Eric Van Genderen is Professor of International Business and Strategic Management at IMT – Dubai. Dr. Van Genderen holds a DBA from Henley Business School in the UK, with further studies completed through Thunderbird, and the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford. He is a lifetime ‘fellow’ of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce (FRSA). Dr. Van Genderen has taught at universities in Europe and the Middle East. He has consulted MNEs including American Express, Citibank, ABN Amro Bank, Mars, Caterpillar, and the World Bank. He was hired as a content expert by the Education Testing Service (ETS; Princeton, NJ, USA) to assist in developing a ‘soft skills’ exam to compliment the GMAT for business education. Dr. Van Genderen has published internationally in books and peer reviewed journals. He has also acted as a reviewer for A- and B- ranked business journals.

Comparative Management, Cross-cultural Negotiation, EI, Strategic Decision-making.

International Business, Strategic Management, Principles of Management.

Phone: (971) 4 422 7244 XT 125
Email:Eric@imtdubai.ac.ae

  • Van Genderen, E. (work-in-progress). Gods, Guts, and Guns: in the Trenches of Post-Soviet Russia.
  • Van Genderen, E. (In press, 2013). ‘Intensive care’. In V. Jham and S. Puri (eds), Cases on Customer –centric Marketing. IGI Global: USA.
  • Van Genderen, E. (2009). An investigation into the leadership styles, Emotional Intelligence, and leadership competencies of Russian managers working for MNC’s. British Library: London, UK.
  • Van Genderen, E. (2008). Navigating the Superhighway: A Research Development Approach. In Peter Davidson, Justin Shewell, and William J. Moore (eds), Education Technology in the Arabian Gulf. Dubai, UAE: TESOL Arabia.
  • Jiham, V. and Van Genderen, E. (submitted). Strategic banking in the Arabian Gulf. Euro Asia Journal of Management.
  • Van Genderen, E. (accepted for publication 2013). The ghost of ‘Baring’s’ past: Corporate governance or corporate culture? Middle East Journal of Business. July
  • Van Genderen, E. (accepted for publication 2013,). What is strategy: Back to basics Middle East Journal of Business. April
  • Van Genderen, E. (2013). The trendy world in which we live: Flat, spikey, or wavy?. Middle East Journal of Business. January.
  • Jham, V., Van Genderen, E., (2012). Strategic factors influencing customer choice of banking channels within the UAE. Middle East Journal of Business. July.
  • Van Genderen, E. (forthcoming in 2013). Maximizing the value of student evaluations: An application of basic statistics and logic. Teachers, Learners, and Curriculum.
  • Van Genderen, E. (2012), EI and leadership: A comparative gender study. Review of International Comparative Management. May.
  • Van Genderen, E. (forthcoming in 2013), EI and leadership style: A comparative cultural study. Review of International Comparative Management.
  • Van Genderen, E. (2011), Russian business leadership: A study of managers working within MNCs. Euro-Asia Journal of Management. 40, 21, pp. 51-67. (Cabell’s listed)
  • Van Genderen, E. (2010). An investigation into the leadership styles, Emotional Intelligence, and leadership competences of Russian managers working for MNCs. (Gestao) Global Economics and Management Review. March.
  • Van Genderen, E. (2008). “Professional success”: A research development approach. Teachers, Learners, and Curriculum. 5. (Cabell’s listed)
  • Van Genderen, E. (2008). Emotional intelligence, facilitating ethos, pathos, and logos: the keys to effective communication. Teachers, Learners, and Curriculum. 5. (Cabell;s listed)
  • Van Genderen, E. (2007). B-schools: Still in the dark during the “age of enlightenment”?. (Gestao) Global Economics and Management Review. 12, 2, pp 133-144. (Cabell’s listed)
  • Van Genderen, E. (2007). EI and successful “Emiratization”. Teachers, Learners and Curriculum, 4.
  • (Cabell,s approved)
  • Van Genderen, E. (2007). A model for state-of-the-art education for the UAE. Teachers, Learners and Curriculum, 4. (Cabell’s listed)
  • Van Genderen, E. (2006). Change leadership: the missing catalyst for building a private sector in Russia. Euro-Asia Journal of Management, 31, 16 1, pp. 3 – 20. (Cabell’s listed)
  • Van Genderen, E. (2013). The Royal Women’s Infirmary. Business Roundtable Institute of Corporate Ethics; Darden School of Business – University of Virginia.
  • Inkpen, A., Jham, V., and Van Genderen, E. (forthcoming in 2013). The Midland Group, LLC.: What business are we in? Thunderbird/Harvard Business Review/ case series.
  • Jham, V., Van Genderen, E., (2012). Strategic adoption of multi-channel banking by customers within the UAE.
  • Van Genderen, E. (2012). B-schools, responding to globalization. The Times India, Special business edition. April.
  • Van Genderen, E. (2012). EI-Infused education: Towards a competitive advantage for India. Entrepreneurship in Education conference publication. Nehru Group of Institutions, Tamil Nadu, India.
  • Van Genderen, E. (2008). Suffering from intellect: IQ vs. EQ. Rush Special Psychology Edition. June.

  • Van Genderen, E. (2013,). What is strategy: Back to basics Middle East Journal of Business? April
  • Van Genderen, E. (2013). The trendy world in which we live: Flat, spikey, or wavy?. Middle East Journal of Business. January.
  • Jham, V., Van Genderen, E., (2012). Strategic factors influencing customer choice of banking channels within the UAE. Middle East Journal of Business. July.
  • Van Genderen, E. (2012), EI and leadership: A comparative gender study. Review of International Comparative Management. May.
  • Van Genderen, E. (2011), Russian business leadership: A study of managers working within MNCs. Euro-Asia Journal of Management. 40, 21, pp. 51-67. (Cabell’s listed)
  • Van Genderen, E. (2010). An investigation into the leadership styles, Emotional Intelligence, and leadership competences of Russian managers working for MNCs. (Gestao) Global Economics and Management Review. March.
  • Van Genderen, E. (2008). “Professional success”: A research development approach. Teachers, Learners, and Curriculum. 5. (Cabell’s listed)
  • Van Genderen, E. (2008). Emotional intelligence, facilitating ethos, pathos, and logos: the keys to effective communication. Teachers, Learners, and Curriculum. 5. (Cabell;s listed)
  • Van Genderen, E. (2007). B-schools: Still in the dark during the “age of enlightenment”?.
  • (Gestao) Global Economics and Management Review. 12, 2, pp 133-144. (Cabell’s listed)
  • Van Genderen, E. (2007). EI and successful “Emiratization”. Teachers, Learners and Curriculum, 4. (Cabell,s approved)
  • Van Genderen, E. (2007). A model for state-of-the-art education for the UAE. Teachers, Learners and Curriculum, 4. (Cabell’s listed)
  • Van Genderen, E. (2006). Change leadership: the missing catalyst for building a private sector in Russia. Euro-Asia Journal of Management, 31, 16 1, pp. 3 – 20. (Cabell’s listed)
  • Van Genderen, E. (2013). The Royal Women’s Infirmary. Business Roundtable Institute of Corporate Ethics; Darden School of Business – University of Virginia.
  • Jham, V., Van Genderen, E., (2012). Strategic adoption of multi-channel banking by customers within the UAE.
  • Van Genderen, E. (2012). EI-Infused education: Towards a competitive advantage for India. Entrepreneurship in Education conference publication. Nehru Group of Institutions, Tamil Nadu, India.
  • Van Genderen, E. (2008). Suffering from intellect: IQ vs. EQ. Rush Special Psychology Edition. June.
  • Working Papers |  Van Genderen, E. (forthcoming in 2013), EI and leadership style: A comparative cultural study. Review of International Comparative Management.
  • Van Genderen, E. (accepted for publication 2013). The ghost of ‘Baring’s’ past: Corporate governance or corporate culture? Middle East Journal of Business. July
  • Van Genderen, E. (forthcoming in 2013). Maximizing the value of student evaluations: An application of basic statistics and logic. Teachers, Learners, and Curriculum.
  • Inkpen, A., Jham, V., and Van Genderen, E. (forthcoming in 2013). The Midland Group, LLC.: What business are wein? Thunderbird/Harvard Business Review/ case series.

  • Van Genderen, E. (work-in-progress). Gods, Guts, and Guns: in the Trenches of Post-Soviet Russia.
  • Van Genderen, E. (2009). An investigation into the leadership styles, Emotional Intelligence, and leadership competencies of Russian managers working for MNC’s. British Library: London, UK.

  • Van Genderen, E. (2013). ‘Intensive care’. In V. Jham and S. Puri (eds), Cases on Customer –centric Marketing.IGI Global: USA.
  • Van Genderen, E. (2008). Navigating the Superhighway: A Research Development Approach. In Peter Davidson, Justin Shewell, and William J. Moore (eds), Education Technology in the Arabian Gulf. Dubai, UAE: TESOL Arabia.