José António Fonseca Pires
Fator Humano na Organização
José Fonseca Pires was born on 22 November 1965 in Lisbon.
He holds an Undergraduate degree in medicine from the Faculty of Medicine of the Universidade do Porto (1989). He worked in management training and health management after completing the Executive MBA AESE/IESE (2002-2004).
Since 2004, he has been a professor of Human Behaviour in the Organisation at AESE.
He has been Director of the PADIS since 2004 and Director of the GSP (starting in 2010), and was in charge of the Fórum AESE-Saúde (2010).
He was a member of the AESE Management from 2003 to 2010.
During his university years, he was the director of the Boavista Student Residence in Porto (1989-1992), and was in charge of various University Work Camps: Jachembie Zdroy (Katowice, Poland - 1988), São Tomé and Príncipe (1989), as well as the organisation of Volunteer Camps with the João Paulo II Centre for the Support of the Severely Disabled (1993 - 1996). He was a permanent contributor to the Institute for University Solidarity and Cooperation (ISU), a Development NGO (1992-2002).
He supervised the writing of the Case “O Centro de cirurgia cardio-torácica de Coimbra” [The Coimbra Centre for Cardiothoracic Surgery”] (2006), and participated in the IESE study “La cultura empresarial: estudio empirico en empresas españolas y portuguesas” [“Corporate culture: an empirical study on Spanish and Portuguese enterprises”] (2007).
His interests include the following:
• Health Management
• Personal Motivation and Development of the Manager
• Personal Time Management and Organisation
He likes to swim in his time away from work.