College of Management and Technology
Dr. Juan Pablo Stegmann has a wide international business and academic background. He has two PhDs, two master’s degrees and a third one in progress, a B.S. and two postgraduate programs (in economics, finance, business strategy, engineering and philosophy). He has held senior positions in almost any area of the organization, and some specifically integrating areas such general management, investment and commercial banking, finance, and strategic and knowledge management at leading multinational firms such as Citibank, Bank of America, N. M. Rothschild (UK), and Telefonica among others; he also worked with leading consulting firms such as McKinsey, Boston Consulting, A. T. Kearney, Booz Allen and others. He has written several books and papers published locally and overseas. He teaches a wide spectrum of courses at graduate and undergraduate level: strategic management, management, integrated enterprise management, entrepreneurship, organization theory and behavior, foundations of business, international business, cross cultural communications, cultural environment global business, business consulting, business ethics, economics, international economics, financial management, strategic resources management, and quantitative methods.
Together with his wife, they introduced in Argentina a new treatment for autistic children, based on UCLA Ivar Lovaas Behavior Modification, which changed the history of this disease’s treatment in the country. 400 therapists were trained and more than 50 children initially received treatment.