Dr. Marc Sniukas is Associate Professor of Management & Innovation at the Luxembourg School of Business. His teaching and research interests centre on strategic innovation, building new growth businesses, business model design and innovation, corporate renewal through entrepreneurial initiatives, organizational innovation and management innovation, strategy making and new ways of working within executive teams.
Marc has been working with organizations around the world on leadership development, executive education, and consulting since 2002. Companies he has collaborated with include ABB, Abbott Laboratories, BarryCallebaut, BMW Group, Commercial Bank of Dubai, Corning Life Sciences, DeBeers, Deloitte, Erste Bank Group, Etisalat, EY, F. Hoffmann-La Roche, First Abu Dhabi Bank, Fraunhofer Venture Gruppe, Hewlett-Packard, Lufthansa, McDonald’s Deutschland Inc., Mercedes-Benz, Mondi Packaging, MTN South Africa, National Bank of Dubai, Österreichische Post, REWE Austria, Saudi Electricity Company, Schindler Group, Sika AG among others.
He has also been a guest lecturer and visiting professor in graduate, post-graduate, and (E)MBA programs at leading business schools and universities, e.g., Boston University School of Management, Danube University Krems, European Business School London, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Tec de Monterrey, Vienna University of Economics & Business Administration, and Zurich School of Management.
A former director of innovation at Deloitte, where he currently serves as an independent senior advisor, Marc is on the board of advisors of the Global Innovation Institute, a faculty member at Duke Corporate Education, and a co-founder of Business Model Gallery, the world’s largest business model database.
Marc holds a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) from Alliance Manchester Business School, where he specialized in business model innovation within established organizations, a master’s degree in business, economics, and social sciences from the Vienna University of Economics and Business, and he studied training and organizational development at Salzburg University Business School. He is also a certified Blue Ocean Strategy Practitioner and has extensive training in group dynamics and workshop facilitation.
A native Luxembourger, Marc speaks Luxembourgish, German, English, and French.
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