Compare courses


INSEAD Business School

Nuno Delicado is a founding partner at Pluris and lecturer at INSEAD and at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP). He conducts negotiation and conflict resolution training, facilitation, and consulting in both the private and the public sectors. At INSEAD he co-developed the negotiation module and teaches in the INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Programme. At LKYSPP he teaches negotiation, dialogue, facilitation and consensus building, in executive courses and Master programmes. Examples of Nuno’s projects include facilitating state budget discussions in view of economic scenarios for a country in Southeast Asia, supporting a global NGO resolving conflict between member organisations, a management team negotiating a new collective bargaining agreement with the employees’ union, and a biotech startup merge with another company. Previously, Nuno was a management consultant with Bain & Company, and earlier with McKinsey & Company.

Read about executive education

Other experts

Robert Vishny’s area of expertise is behavioral and institutional finance. He currently teaches a course titled Behavioral and Institutional Finance. Vishny previously taught Cases in Financial Management and Corporation Finance at Booth over a 20 year period while he held the titles of Assistant...
Experience Keywords health care allocation; moral and political philosophy; moral psychology; rational choice Research Summary Dr Voorhoeve''s research falls into three areas: political philosophy, with an emphasis on questions of equality and responsibility; rational choice theory, with an...
Jeffery S. McMullen is Dale M. Coleman Chair in Management and Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Kelley School of Business at Areas of Expertise Entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management Selected Publications Shepherd, D.A., McMullen, J.S., & Ocasio, W. (2017), “...