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Wisconsin School of Business
Faculty Associate - Marketing

Miguel Garcia-Gosalvez has over 20 years of experience in management consulting as well in the implementation of international development projects. His experience includes cross-sector and multi-country deployment of organizational and technical solutions as well as teams for fast-and-flexible project operations. He has worked extensively in multiple countries in Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa on behalf of US government agencies such as USAID, CDC, EPA, etc. and international organizations such as the CTBTO (United Nations) and the World Bank.

Before joining the Wisconsin School of Business he was Director of Innovation at a +25,000 employees government defense and intelligence service provider headquartered in the Washington, DC area.

He teaches courses in organizational behavior, strategy formulation & implementation as well as strategic project management for undergraduate, graduate and executive education. In 2015 he was awarded by the Center of Educational Opportunity (CeO) of UW-Madison the Dr. Brenda Pfaehler Award of Excellence.

Before moving to the US and for over seven years he was a tenured professor at ESADE Business School in Barcelona. Miguel holds a BBA from Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) and an MBA from ESADE Business School in Barcelona. Has attended the JFK School of Government regarding leadership executive education. He is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a project management instructor for the Project Management Institute (PMI).

Selected Published Journal Articles

  • Garcia-Gosalvez, M. (1997). “Electronic Product Catalogues: what is missing?". International Journal of Electronic Markets (7), 3-5.
  • Garcia-Gosalvez, M. (1996). “Entrepreneurship: Critical factors to explain new venture success”. Theory Building in the Business Sciences

Undergraduate Courses

Foundations of Management and Marketing for Non-Business Majors (BUS 311 Section 1), Spring 2015.

Fundamentals of Management and Marketing for Non-Business Majors (BUS 311 Section 001), Summer 2016.

Fundamentals of Management and Marketing for Non-Business Majors (BUS 311 Section 001), Fall 2016.

Organizational Behavior (MHR 300 Section 001), Spring 2016.

Organizational Behavior (MHR 300 Section 002), Spring 2016.

Organizational Behavior (MHR 300 Section 005), Spring 2016.

Organizational Behavior (MHR 300 Section 007), Spring 2016.

Organizational Behavior (MHR 300 Section 004), Fall 2016.

Organizational Behavior (MHR 300 Section 012), Fall 2016.

Organizational Behavior (MHR 300 Section 013), Fall 2016.

Organizational Behavior (MHR 300 Section 014), Fall 2016.

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