Yih-teen Lee is Professor in the Department of Managing People in Organizations. He specializes in leadership, fit, and cultural bridging in his roles as educator, researcher, and consultant. His research work appears in leading scientific journals and books such as The Handbook of Chinese Organizational Behavior, Leadership Development in a Global World, and The Routledge Companion to International Human Resource Management.
At IESE, Yih-teen teaches subjects such as leadership, leading global collaboration, and strategic human resource management in the MBA and executive programs. He has served as Academic Director for custom programs designed for international organizations such as UNICEF, UNDP, and AHRMIO. Yih-teen has been living and working in Europe for almost 20 years, and identifies himself as a rooted global citizen. He is fluent in Chinese, English, French, and Spanish, and has delivered training programs and seminars to senior executives in all four languages.