University Lecturer, International Scholar & Consultant
Jean-Yves Le Corre is a scholarly practitioner, and visiting lecturer at several universities in Mainland China and overseas.
He has held several positions in large multinational firms from 1995 until 2004 in auditing and controlling functions, before joining the Sloan Fellowship Programme at London Business School (U.K) in 2005.
As a founder and director of a consultancy in Hong Kong, he has gained extensive experience becoming a successful trainer for Executive Education programmes and an executive coach in Mainland China and South-East region.Jean-Yves led +350 seminars and workshops for senior and middle executives between 2007 and 2013, working in cooperation with leading international training firms, professional bodies and associations in the Asia region.
Since 2011, his careers gradually turned to academia when he was invited by several business schools and universities in Mainland China to design management courses for master, MBA and undergraduate students.
He is an active international scholar in management research withexpertise in matters to address contemporary issues in globalisation of management practices, more particularly in the areas of managerial control, performance and risk management and auditing.
Jean-Yves was born in France and holds a Master of Science in Management from the University of London (U.K), a Master in Auditing from ESCP Europe School of Management (France), and a Diploma in automated systems engineering.