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Nänty Meyer

Adjunct lecturer
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Faculty Profile

Professor Nänty Meyer teaches “Scenario Planning” and “Innovation.” His applied research interests are in strategy under uncertainty, innovation, and managing in the global economy. A year as Visiting Scholar at Northwestern University, while a fellow of the Swiss National Fund for Scientific Research, constituted his first foray into academia. A few years later, the Dean of the University of Vermont College of Engineering, Mathematics, and Business Administration convinced him to lecture on management and organization. His peregrinations then lead him from Vermont to the University of Chicago; from Chicago to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and ultimately from Chapel Hill to Berkeley. Professor Meyer was, until his retirement, Executive Director of the Berkeley Center for Executive Development, the Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley. Prior to Berkeley, He was Director of Executive Programs, the Kenan-Flagler Business School, UNC Chapel Hill. Before UNC, he directed the University of Chicago Programs for Executives and Professionals. He has worked with executives from over 30 countries in more than a dozen industries.