Read all about the current AMS COVID-19 safety measures for students & for visitors

Close
EN
https://www.antwerpmanagementschool.be/en
Home
https://www.antwerpmanagementschool.be/en/faculty
Faculty
https://www.antwerpmanagementschool.be/en/faculty/goran-milenkovic
Goran Milenković, PhD

Goran Milenković, PhD

Functions (Antwerp Management School)

  • Professor of International Business
  • Academic Director, Executive MBA (Antwerp, Moscow, Paris)
  • Member of the General Council of AMS

Expertise

  • International Sales Management & Commercial Excellence
  • Corporate Venturing & Strategic Alliances
  • Strategy Execution in International Contexts
  • Transformational Change & Turnaround Management
  • Crisis Phenomena


    Programs

    • Global Strategic Challenges (EMBA)
    • International Business Simulation (EMBA)

      Goran considers himself a Pracademic, someone who is both a practitioner and an academic. As active executive and business consultant he draws on 30 years of international management experience, having worked for, advised, or collaborated with blue-chip companies such as DHL, Deutsche Post, Henkel, Stihl, and the American Management Association. His most recent assignment was as General Manager of Lekkerland Germany, a seven-billion-euro convenience wholesaler.

      Goran lectures and facilitates workshops on a broad range of topics affecting international business practice. He is Academic Director of the AMS Executive MBA Portfolio and leads the Global Strategic Challenges course – an international business module consisting of a series of thematic seminars, each delivered in a different location in Europe, China, the USA, and Africa.

      Goran resides in Germany but has lived and worked globally. He holds a Doctorate in Business Administration from the Henley Management College (UK), a master’s degree in Economics from the American University of Beirut (Lebanon), and a BSc Hons in Business Economics from Belgrade University (Serbia). In addition, he is an alumnus of IMD in Lausanne and Brunel University London.