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Claudio Fernandez Araoz

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Claudio Fernández-Aráoz was born in Buenos Aires in 1956. He graduated as a MSc in Industrial Engineering at the Argentine Catholic University (Gold Medal, Best Student) and obtained his MBA at Stanford University (top 10%, Arjay Miller Scholar) After graduation, he worked for 3 years with McKinsey & Co. in Europe as an Engagement Manager. Claudio Fernández-Aráoz joined Egon Zehnder International in 1986. He was the founding Leader of the firm's Management Appraisal practice, later became the leader of Professional Development globally. He is currently leading the firm's Intellectual Capital development and a member of Egon Zehnder International's Global Executive Committee. Claudio Fernández-Aráoz has published several articles on the topic of People Decisions. These include the bestselling Harvard Business Review article "Hiring Without Firing", the Global Agenda 2005 issue "Managing CEO Succession", and the MIT Sloan Management Review summer 2005 issue "Getting the Right People at the Top", also a top bestseller.
He is the author of the book "Great People Decisions" published in the US by Wiley in June 2007. He has participated for several years in the Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations, chaired by Daniel Goleman (the author of "Emotional Intelligence"), with whom he has collaborated on several pieces of research and publications.