The cornerstone of any Executive MBA program is its faculty. Johnson faculty members are among the best in the world, internationally recognized by the business community for their teaching, experience, and research.
They are experts at merging theory with application to guide your graduate experience. Most faculty who teach in the Cornell Executive MBA are full-time Johnson faculty members. When we appoint teaching faculty outside Cornell, we seek top faculty from the best schools who will enhance your graduate experience.
Johnson & Cornell Faculty
Marc L. Busch
Marc Busch is the Karl F. Landegger Professor of International Business Diplomacy at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service and Professor of Government at Georgetown University. Professor Busch has a Ph.D. from Columbia University. He is a past winner of the Star Award for Teaching Excellence awarded by the Cornell Executive MBA Americas students.
Thomas D. Fields
Thomas Fields is a Senior Lecturer in Accounting at the Olin School of Business at Washington University. Professor Fields has a Ph.D. from Northwestern University. He is a past winner of the Globe Award for Teaching Excellence awarded by the Cornell Executive MBA students.
Michelle Greenwald brings a practical orientation to her teaching due to an extensive professional career in marketing at large multinational corporations, including Disney, Pepsi-Cola, Nestle, and Mattel. She has taught at several globally-recognized business schools. She has an MBA from Northwestern University.
Salman Mufti is Associate Dean and Executive Director of Executive Education at Queen’s School of Business. He is also Associate Professor of Management Information Systems at Queen’s. Professor Mufti has a Ph.D. from McGill University.
Andrew Pek is an internationally recognized leader on innovation and new venture creation. Prior to starting his successful consulting career, he held several roles in change management and marketing at companies including Pfizer Consumer Healthcare, Aetna Health Plans, and British Petroleum. He has an M.S. in Organizational Development and Analysis from Case Western Reserve University. Pek has appeared on several broadcast news programs and, in 2008, published Stimulated! Habits to Spark Your Creative Genius at Work.