Pavlo Sheremeta is the founder and Dean of Kyiv Mohyla Business School. He obtained his MBA at Emory University in Atlanta, US, in 1995. He also holds a Graduate Management Program Certificate from the International Management Center in Budapest and Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh, as well as a Diploma in Economics from the Lviv State University.
Pavlo provides consultations on organizational development to a number of transnational and Ukrainian companies. Since 2004 he has been a member of the Board of Central and East European Management Development Association (CEEMAN) and since 2006 its Vice-President. Together with the Technological Innovations Management Centre of North-Western University, US, Pavlo created the East-European Consortium on Innovative Management. Pavlo has consulted with such companies as PrivatBank, CKM-Finance, Sun Interbrew, Nadra bank, McDonalds-Ukraine, sco Systems, KyivStar, Radisson SAS, and others.
Institutional Transition, Leadership, and Succession: Perspectives from Founders
as author at 16th CEEMAN Annual Conference “Management Education for the Realities of Emerging Markets”, Tirana 2008,