Henrik Totterman, DSc
Professor of Practice, Entrepreneurship and Management, Hult International Business School
Henrik Totterman is a Professor of Practice at Hult International Business School and an instructor at Harvard Extension School with relevant business and academic experience, and a doctorate in entrepreneurship and management. This background enables him to combine academic concepts with real-life experiences when designing and delivering business and educational solutions across the world. Totterman's experience includes around 20 years as an international entrepreneurial leader and global business school executive, developing his own ventures and advising others. As an executive of a rapidly expanding global educational institution, he is seasoned in building teams and creating, implementing, and adjusting global strategies in highly competitive and regulated regional settings. He is a serial entrepreneur in the fields of environmental services and business advising, with executive experience from his family business in machine tool trading. Over the years, Totterman has been fortunate to form teams with competent and results-oriented people who share the ambition of growing a business and designing compelling client solutions in regional and global contexts. In addition to his relationship with Hult and Harvard, he brings interesting contacts to clients through his membership on the executive board of the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce New England, the advisory board of Accion East, USA, and the board of executive education at the Hanken School of Economics in Europe. Totterman's background in international business and higher education gives him extensive experience in strategy advising, talent-matching, and competence development.
- DSc Hanken School of Economics