Professor David De Cremer is a behavioral scientist and consultant with a specific interest in managing and leading individual and organizational transformations. Currently he holds the KPMG-funded chair in management studies at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. Before moving to the UK, he lived in Shanghai (China). He received several career awards for his scientific work, was named the most influential economist in the Netherlands (2009-2010), is a fellow of the Royal Dutch Academy of Science and in 2016 he was named a Global Thought Leader by the Trust Across America – Trust Around the World organization, whose annual list recognizes people for efforts “in elevating societal trust.
His specific expertise concerns developing knowledge and applications to understand more deeply how leaders can be effective and transforming, how building trust can be used as business asset, what it takes to manage and lead China’s business transformations, and why ethics-based compliance should be the future perspective in the corporate and financial world. He provides services as a speaker and consultant that spans the levels of knowledge creation, knowledge transfer and knowledge implementation.
He is an advisor to the Ethics-based initiative of Novartis International AG (pharma) in Basel (Switzerland), a corporate ambassador to Huawei Technologies in Shenzhen (China) and an executive coach to several CEO’s. He has considerable experience in executive teaching and corporate consultancy at a global scale.