Manuel Guillén Parra (Murcia, August 10, 1969 – Valencia, April 6, 2023) was the founder, director, and principal researcher of the Institute for Ethics in Communication and Organizations (IECO), as well as the director of the IECO-UV Chair of Business Ethics. He specialized in the field of leadership and trust in organizations. He obtained a Doctorate in Economics and Business Administration from the University of Valencia (1998) and a degree in Business Administration and Management from the same university.
He was an Associate Professor of Business Organization at the University of Valencia (UV), Spain. He taught courses in the areas of Fundamentals of Business Management, Human Behavior, and Business Ethics.
For eight years, he served as the Secretary General of the Spanish branch of the European Business Ethics Network (EBEN-Spain). He has been a Visiting Scholar at IESE Business School (Barcelona, Spain), St. Thomas University (Minnesota), Notre Dame University (Indiana), and Bentley University (Massachusetts). He is a co-founder of the Consortium of Centers of the International Humanistic Management Association (IHMA), a research member of the Abigail Adams Institute (Cambridge, MA), and an affiliated visiting professor in the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University. Manuel Guillén was a regular researcher at Harvard, holding the position of Representative of the Scholarship Program at the University of Valencia, where he actively participated as an advisor and collaborator for various civil society organizations in Spain and the United States
(Murcia, August 10, 1969-Valencia, April 6, 2023)
Founder of the IECO and of IECO-UV Chair of Business Ethics University of Valencia
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