Enrique Dans is Professor of Information Systems and Senior Advisor on Innovation and Digital Transformation at IE Business School since 1990. In his work as a researcher, disseminator and advisor he studies the effects of technology on people, businesses and society.
In addition to his teaching activity, Enrique Dans develops advisory work in several startups and consolidated companies, is a regular contributor to various media such as El País, El Mundo, Público, ABC, Expansión or Cinco Días on topics related to the Internet and new ones technologies, and writes daily for more than twelve years in his personal blog, enriquedans.com, one of the most popular in the world in Spanish.
He is the author of “Todo va a cambiar” and “Viviendo en el futuro: claves sobre cómo la tecnología está cambiando nuestro mundo”, where he addresses the issue of innovation and technology, with special emphasis on the importance of sustainability and responding to the climatic emergency before that bright future that awaits us is overwhelmed by an uncontrolled nature.
With an important professional career, Enrique Dans has worked for multiple companies and organizations such as ESRI, Wolters Kluwer, Caja Navarra, Oracle, USG People and various municipalities and autonomous communities. He is currently a member of the Advisory Board of different companies and institutions such as the Government of La Rioja, Weblogs S.L. He also has extensive experience as a teacher in the area of Information Technology and Systems, both at IE Business School and at UCLA since 1990.
His extensive experience in the field of technology and future trends and his participation in many forums, seminars and congresses guarantee him as an excellent speaker capable of transmitting his knowledge in a clear and convincing way, adapting to his audience.
Degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Santiago de Compostela, and an MBA from the Instituto de Empresa de Madrid, he obtained a Ph.D. in Management in the Information Systems specialty by the John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).