Wayne Visser

Wayne Visser

Chair in Sustainable Transformation, Professor of Integrated Value

Antwerp Management School


Dr Wayne Visser holds the Chair in Sustainable Transformation and is Professor of Integrated Value at Antwerp Management School. He is also Fellow of His work as a strategy analyst, sustainability advisor, CSR expert, futurist and professional speaker has taken him to 74 countries in the past 30 years to work with over 150 clients.

He is the author of 26 books – including most recently The World Guide to Sustainable Enterprise and Sustainable Frontiers: Unlocking Change through Business, Leadership and Innovation. He has published over over 320 chapters, articles and reports and is a guest columnist for The Huffington Post and The Guardian. 

As a professional speaker and academic lecturer, Dr Visser has delivered over 330 keynote speeches, lectures, courses and workshops in over 50 countries. Dr Visser has lectured at 50 universities in 19 countries. In addition to roles at Antwerp Management School and the University of Cambridge, he is an Extraordinary Professor at the University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science and Adjunct Professor at Stockholm School of Economics.

In addition to his academic roles, Dr Visser is Director of the think-tank and media company, Kaleidoscope Futures, Founder of Sustainability & Social Responsibility (SSR) International (previously CSR International) and Board Member of Migrant Entrepreneurs International. He previously served as Director of Sustainability Services for KPMG and Strategy Analyst for Capgemini in South Africa.

Dr Visser has been recognised as one of the world’s Top 100 influencers on Twitter in CSR and sustainable business, a Top 100 thought-leader in trustworthy business and a Top 100 global sustainability leader. He is also the recipient of the Global CSR Excellence & Leadership Award, the Emerald Literati Outstanding Author Contribution Award and the Outstanding Teacher Award of the Warwick MBA.

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