Tel: (831) 647 4155
Dr. Yuwei Shi
Dean, Graduate School of International Policy and Management
Dr. Yuwei Shi is Dean and Professor of Strategic Management at Graduate School of International Policy and Management, Monterey Institute of International Studies. His research focuses on competitive strategy, high-tech venture and business model development and evaluation. He has published over three dozen papers in peer-reviewed journals and a number of books and chapters. Dr. Shi has taught MBA and doctoral programs in nearly a dozen universities across the globe, in addition to having won the Excellence in Teaching Award at the Monterey Institute in 2008, and the Allen Griffith Teaching Award in 2009.
Dr. Shi is Board Director of Scholarly Exchange, a web services company based in Brookline, MA. He is Advising Partner at Indachin, an investment advisory firm with offices in Hong Kong, London, Geneva, and Silicon Valley in California.
Dr. Shi earned his Bachelor of Engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Master of Comparative Law from the Dedmen School of Law at Southern Methodist University, and Ph.D. in Organization, Strategy and International Management from University of Texas at Dallas. He speaks Mandarin and English.
Dr. Peter Robertson
Dr. Peter Robertson is adjunct-professor at the Monterey Institute and associate of the Baak in the Netherlands. He is an experienced international consultant on leadership, organizational transformation and growth strategies. He has written extensively on the subjects and developed with Human Insight Ltd a suite of organizational assessment tools (AEM-cube®, ACT-cube® , RPA®, and S-Curve) for research and performance improvement.
He uses business ecological thinking and its derived toolkit to provide strategy facilitation and leadership development support to well-known startups to large companies in the US, Europe, and Asia.
"I attended the 2-day workshop "Matching Talent and Organizational Growth." Located in a very inspiring, beautiful international location rich in culture and history, I learned how to develop an organizational map and how to estimate the availability and need for talent. It involves a growth curve and the use of the AEM-cube Model.
The workshop presents several compelling cases that directly connect theory and practice. I learned a lot from Peter's insights. The input of the other group members to my knowledge in the field of talent development and change enriched and deepened the experience.
Thank you, Peter, for your commitment and expertise."
-Aard van Oosten, from Matching Organizational Groth and Talent
Leadership, organizational growth strategies, organizational assessment, business ecology