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Enrique García Otero

Technology and Change Management Lecturer
Online campus

Lecturer of Technology and Change Management, Enrique García Otero has an extensive professional and academic background, and is regarded as a specialist in terms of management.  

Having worked with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for nearly a decade, he has a hands-on understanding of the aviation industry, in addition to further experience in both the telecommunications and IT sectors.

García Otero’s academic background began at the Universidad del País Vasco where he studied Telecommunications Engineering. He then completed his Executive MBA in Management at the ESEUNE Business School, also in the Basque Country. In addition, García Otero studied the International Management Program at Georgetown University in the U.S.A., and is also a Certified Project Manager Professional, a title gained at the Project Management Institute. 

His strengths lie in change management, project management, innovation, leadership, cultural intelligence, people management and communications.

"Learning is a journey of knowledge, which the professor helps the students navigate." 

CURRICULUM VITAE

EDUCATION:

2004-2005

ESEUNE Business School: Executive Master in Business Administration

2005

Georgetown University: International Management Program Certificate

1992-1998

Escuela Superior de Ingenieros de Bilbao: Telecommunications Engineer

EMPLOYMENT:

2014-

International Air Transport Association: Financial and Distribution Services & Business Development Manager; ISS Regionalization Project Manager; 2006-10 Policies and Standards Manager;

2003-06

Panda Software: Program Manager & Project Director

TEACHING:

2004-

EU Business School: Lecturer in Management for the Online campus

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