Professor Guillén has consulted with Analistas Financieros Internacionales, Madrid (2006-present), Instituto Español de Comercio Exterior (ICEX), Madrid (2006-2011), Accenture Institute of High Performance (2008-2011), Caja de Ahorros de Navarra (2008-2012), and Accenture, Global Banking Practice (2013-2014), as well as several Fortune 500 companies.
Prior to joining Cambridge Judge Business School in 2021, Professor Guillén held various positions at The Wharton School, including the Dr Felix Zandman Endowed Professorship in International Management (2003-2021), Professor of Management (2003-present), Associate Professor of Management (2000-2003), Assistant Professor of Management (1996-2000). He was also the Edward Pennel Brooks Career Development Assistant Professor of International Management and Sociology at MIT Sloan School of Management (1992-1994).
Awards & honours
Faculty Pioneer Award, Aspen Institute, 2013
IV Premio Fundación Banco Herrero, awarded annually to the most promising Spanish social scientist under the age of 40, 2005
W. Richard Scott Best Paper Award(for Guler, I., Guillén, M.F. and Macpherson, J.M. (2002) “Global Competition, Institutions, and the Diffusion of Organizational Practices: The International Spread of the ISO 9000 Quality Certificates.” Administrative Science Quarterly, 47: 207-232), Section on Organizations, Occupations and Work, American Sociological Association, 2003
Gulf Publishing Company Best Paper Award (for “Business Groups in Emerging Economies.” Academy of Management Journal, 43(3): 362-380), International Management Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 1997
President’s Book Award (for Models of Management), Social Science History Association, 1993
Finalist, Best Dissertation Award (for “States, Professions, and Organizational Paradigms”), American Sociological Association, 1992
Co-Winner, Sussman Dissertation Prize (for “States, Professions, and Organizational Paradigms”), Department of Sociology, Yale University, 1992
Gustavus Myers Award for Outstanding Book on Human Rights in the United States (for The AIDS Disaster), 1991
Guillén, M. (2020) 2030: how today’s biggest trends will collide and change the future of everything. New York, NY: St Martin’s Press/Macmillan.
A Wall Street Journal bestseller, and a Financial Times Best Book of the Year.
Translated into German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Romanian, Turkish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, and Vietnamese.