‘The vast majority of people in the Third World has no education because political leaders do not care that they might have’.
Industrial Engineer, Chemical Engineer of IQS, BS Chemistry, PDG from IESE and a doctorate in economics and business management. In the business world, pursued a career in general management functions: Ceys deputy CEO, CEO of Desa, CEO of Editorial GeoPlaneta and CEO of Murtra Industries division. In the academic field, he was professor of the IQS (Universitat Ramon Llull), professor and director of the Master in Advanced eManagement the URL, professor of IDEC (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) and visiting professor at the University of Salamanca, and also teacher of new technologies in the ICT and visiting professor at ITESM in Monterrey (Mexico) and Doshisha University in Kyoto (Japan). He was a member of the organizing committee of the congress Online Educa Madrid (OEM), standing moderator of Online Educa Berlin Congress (OEB), moderator of LÌber, magazine’s editorial adviser Learning Review Spain, juror of Apel Iberoamerican Award of Excellence in eLearning (Madrid) and jury member of the Latin American Awards in eLearning Initiative (Buenos Aires).
This interview is dedicated to the memory of own Iñigo Babot, who died shortly after its completion.