Associate Professor Dr. Dalius Misiūnas is the President of ISM University of Management and Economics, located in Lithuania. He has more than 10 years of experience in different business organisations – he has worked at SWECO, Ernst & Young, Lietuvos Energija and Maxima Grupė. He also holds the positions of Independent member and chairman of the management board at Auga group.
Associate Professor Dr. D. Misiūnas has a Bachelor’s degree from Kaunas University of Technology (KTU). Upon graduating, he studied at Lund University in Sweden, where he later obtained his PhD. Additionally, he has completed the Baltic Institute of Corporate Governance‘s Executive programme for Professional Board members.
ISM‘s President has also been involved in various educational activities as a member of the Council of Higher Education of Lithuania, as Chairman of the Council of KTU and as a member of the Board at ISM. Associate Professor Dr. D. Misiūnas is a member of The Lithuanian University Rectors’ Conference. In 2017, he was a Member of the Working Group on Network Optimisation of Public Higher Education Institutions, which was created by Lithuania‘s Ministry of Education, Science and Sports; currently he advises the Government of the Republic of Lithuania on issues of planning the future of the state and its progress as a member of the governmental commission – State progress council, and he is also a member of the Advisory council to the Prime Minister of the Republic of Lithuania on economic revitalization and resilience enhancement.
Associate Professor Dr. D. Misiūnas also conducts research at ISM university. He and his colleagues wrote a study titled „Designing business insolvency model and its application for assessing implications of COVID-19 in Lithuania”.
Associate Professor Dr. D. Misiūnas actively shares his knowledge with ISM‘s community. His teaching areas include leadership, strategy and business management. The President of ISM also shares his insights, expert opinion and experience during some of the largest conferences in Lithuania, such as Login or EBIT.