Enrique Rueda-Sabater teaches Esade courses on scenarios as a tool for strategic analysis and is a senior fellow at EsadeGeo. Until recently, he was a global senior advisor to the Boston Consulting Group. Between 2006 and 2011 he was director of strategy for emerging markets at CISCO. Before that he was at the World Bank for two decades during which time he worked in countries all around the world; his last role there was as director of corporate strategy.
His publications include: Think you need an emerging markets strategy? (BCG 2015); The private sector opportunity to improve well-being (BCG 2016); Striking a balance between well-being and growth (BCG 2018); The evolving internet: a framework for thinking about Its future (Strategy & Leadership, January 2011); ICT and the sustainable competitiveness of cities (WEF-Global IT Report 2010); Rethinking fundamental principles of global governance (in Governance, July 2009); and The bargaining power of developing countries to attract foreign investment (in Corporate Governance & Globalisation, Sage 2006).