Georges Blanc is a guest professor at Fundação Dom Cabral – FDC, in the fields of Strategy and Corporate Mangement, since 1976. Blanc is a former professor and researcher of Fundação Getúlio Vargas - FGV, (1981), of the University of California/ Berkeley (1988), of the University of Otago, New Zealand (1996), and of New York University (2000). George Blanc holds master’s degrees in law and economic sciences, and he also holds the title of “Professeur Agrégé de l’Université” from Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, France. He has attended the programs Graduate School for Teachers, section Economic Techniques of Management, and the International Teachers Program at Harvard Business School. Blanc was a research fellow at Harvard Business School and is a member of the administrative board of companies in Brazil and in France. Blanc is a consultant for organizations in Europe, Latin America, Africa and Asia, in the fields of strategy and organizational change. He is the author of the articles: ‘Os riscos para um pais de commodities’ (DOM-FDC Magazine, Nov 2006); ‘Uma nova visão da empresa e da estratégia empresarial (DOM-FDC Magazine, Jul 2009) and author of the books : ‘Stratégie, structure, décision, identité: politique générale d'entreprise’ (Dunod),2009, 5th edition (in collaboration with the members of the Department of Corporate Strategy and Policies, under the pseudonyme "Strategor") ; ‘Les multinationales publiques’, PUF - IRM, 1985 (in collaboration with J.P. Anastassopoulos, P. Dussauge) ; ‘Pour une nouvelle politique d'entreprise’, (PUF), 1985 (in collaboration with J.P. Anastassopoulos, J.P. Nioche, B. Ramanantsoa).