On Global Leadership is dedicated to empowering individuals to achieve their career goals as well as enabling companies to build resilient leadership teams through quality executive education and leadership training.
OGL is passionate about making quality education accessible to the next generation of leaders around the world. OGL’s goal is to partner with universities and academic leaders to serve students with a blend of synchronous and asynchronous delivered online at scale, with micro-credentials and certificates that can be rolled up into EMBA degrees. In addition to executive education,
On Global Leadership Executive Education and Leadership Development learning programs feature research-driven strategies and courses that connect with industry-leading faculty that allow learners to connect with experiential learning opportunities to effect change in their organizations and their lives. Our Creative Leadership experts include:
Doug has spent his career researching, writing, teaching and advising companies about two topics: organizational development, where he has focused on issues of leadership, organizational culture and corporate social responsibility; and the Chinese economic reforms, where he has focused on the intersection of economic and political forces that lead to successful economic development models. From 2014-19, Guthrie was a Senior Director at Apple, based in Shanghai China, where he led Apple University efforts on leadership and organizational development in China. Prior to joining Apple, from 2010-14, Guthrie was Dean of the George Washington School of Business, Vice President for University China Operations, and Professor of International Business.
Prior to his time at GW, from 1997-2010, Guthrie held faculty positions at NYU’s Stern School of Business, where he was Professor of Management and Director of custom Executive Education, and NYU’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences, where he was Professor of Sociology and the Founding Director of the University’s Office of Global Education. He has held visiting Professorships at several business schools, including Kellogg, Harvard, INSEAD, Stanford, Columbia and Emory. He served as Director of the Business Institutions Initiative at the Social Science Research Council (1999-2003) and was Academic Director of the Berlin School of Creative Leadership (2008-11). His research has been recognized by numerous grants and awards.
Guthrie received an AB in East Asian Languages (Chinese literature) from the University of Chicago and MA & PhD degrees in organizational sociology from the University of California, Berkeley. Fluent in Mandarin Chinese, Guthrie studied in Taipei, Taiwan, during his undergraduate years and conducted PhD research in Shanghai, China. He has authored and edited numerous books, academic articles, popular articles, and reports on Chinese economic reform, leadership and corporate social responsibility, and economic development in American cities.
David Slocum, Ph.D., is Academic Director and Program Adviser at RARE by Google, where he provides thought leadership and academic support to diverse talent in the creative, design, media, and technology industries. His priorities are to enable and give voice to young and mid-career diverse creative talent through inspiration, skill development, and related learning; to establish and sustain networks of encouragement and material assistance; and, to educate industry, and notably senior leaders and other organizational decision-makers, about the business case for diversity, inclusion, and belonging. David is also a Visiting Professor and Member of the Academic Advisory Board at the Berlin School of Creative Leadership (Steinbeis University, Germany), where he previously served as Faculty Director. David has nearly twenty years of global experience designing and facilitating training programs, and is a certified executive coach, with a focus on leadership, learning and development, diversity and inclusion, and business creativity.
Craig Markus, MBA, is an award-winning executive who has served in both creative and business roles in the world's most recognized and respected advertising agencies and marketing firms. During the coronavirus lockdown, Craig is exploring how he can further share what he's learned over 30 years of providing confident, consequential, and creative leadership to companies and organizations.