Nikos Mourkogiannis (Greek: Νίκος Μουρκογιάννης, born March 9, 1952) is a business consultant, lawyer and writer. He is Member of the Board of the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation and Honorary Visiting Professor of Practice at Cass Business School. He is known as the author of the book "Purpose: The Starting Point of Great Companies", which is taught in universities and is considered an important asset for all businesses. It is a book about leadership and business strategy, in which there is a full analysis of the four primary business purposes: Discovery, Helping, Achievement, and Heroism. During his presidency of the Greek National Opera, the application of a restructuring program and the reorganization of GNO's financial situation, saved the organization's operation, leading to its continuous progress until today with great success.
Nikos Mourkogiannis, after graduating as a valedictorian from the Varvakeio Experimental Gymnasium, he received an LL.B. (summa cum laude) from the Law School of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He pursued PhD studies in Political Economy and Government at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and obtained his MBA degree from Harvard Business School.
In 1976 he helped establish the field of Negotiations at Harvard University with Professor Roger Fisher (academic), author of Getting to Yes. Nikos Mourkogiannis developed the curriculum of the first course on negotiations taught at Harvard University, "Cooping with Conflict", which he taught for 5 years. He was a co-founder of the Harvard Negotiation Project and conducted seminars about settling several international conflicts, including that of the Middle East. He made important contributions to the work on the Camp David Accords.
In 1981 Nikos Mourkogiannis joined Westinghouse Electric Corporation, reporting to the President of Europe, Africa and Middle East until 1983, when he moved to General Dynamics where he became the only non-engineer Director of F16 Programs.
In 1992 he joined Monitor Company Group LP, now Monitor Deloitte, where he became Chairman and CEO for Europe, Africa and Middle East. During his tenure the number of Monitor's consultants employed in the region quadrupled.
In 2005 he moved to Booz Allen Hamilton as Senior Advisor on Strategic Leadership, and he also founded and became Chairman of PantheaLeadership Advisors, in which Booz Allen Hamilton was a shareholder.
In 2010 he came back to Greece, after receiving an invitation by the former Minister of Culture and Tourism, to undertake the presidency of the Board of the Greek National Opera, aiming to reorganize its financial situation which threatened the organization's operation.
In 2011 he became Director of Strategic Restructuring at Roland Berger, and in 2012 he was elected Member of the Board of the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA). From 2013 till 2014, he advised the European Commissioner for Digital Agenda, Neelie Kroes, on cypersecurity.
Since 2016, Nikos Mourkogiannis is Trustee & Member of the Board of the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation.
Nikos Mourkogiannis belongs to the school of Teleology, according to which, concepts, in the four fields he studies and writes about (Law, Economics, Political Science, Management), can be understood only in connection with what Aristotle called "Telos", which in English is translated as "Purpose".
Nikos Mourkogiannis has been featured in many academic journals of leadership. His book entitled 'Purpose: The Starting Point of Great Companies', was endorsed by 32 Presidents and CEOs of many global organizations such as Deutsche Börse, the Maersk Oil, the Campbell Soup Company, Braun and Whole Foods. He has also received positive reviews  from prestigious publications such as: The New York Times, The Financial Times and The Times.
Nikos Mourkogiannis's work has been praised by several business and thought leaders such as Jacob Rothschild, Josef Ackermann, Rosabeth Moss Kanter and Jeffrey Sonnenfeld.
He has authored several articles in publications such as Strategy+Business magazine, Leader to Leader, The Conference Board Review, Leadership Excellence and Ivey Business Journal. Nikos Mourkogiannis has been invited to write for the Harvard Business Review Online and the Business Week Online.
Nikos Mourkogiannis was married to Janet Sherbow, a professional photographer, from 1983 until her death in 2013. His only daughter, Ceci Mourkogiannis, is Co-Founder and CEO of Papero Inc., a San Francisco-based media company.
Conscious Capitalism Movement
Based on the book "Purpose: The Starting Point of Great Companies" by Nikos Mourkogiannis, John Mackay ( John Mackey (businessman) ) has founded the Conscious Capitalism movement, as he states in his speeches and personal blog. Companies and people refer to the concept of Conscious Capitalism and choose to pursue a sustainable business strategy for both humans and the environment. The Conscious Capitalism has its principles in 4 parts; the Higher Purpose, the Stakeholder Orientation, the Conscious Leadership and the Conscious Culture.
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exponential value chain crisis 1 in rich nations superstar youth represent about 15% of the wealth up from 3% when i grew upReplyDelete
dear makoto and friends
this week i am working with unni in austria- his main business partner niko saved the greek national opera from financial ruin
makoto do you see a fit with your work on japan and the worlds http://www.musicforsdgs.com -if so can you start by having your own discussion with unni and nikko
-also I dont understand well enough but does greece build any special relationships with japan during the olympics
youth need to take back the valuechain of superstars (eg to end student debt, and more)
in rich nations superstars represent about 15% of the wealth up from 3% when i grew up
not only is the world going mad because of fake media we also have absorbitant costly media and addictive media- i have 30 years of research of how bad this has got that started in 1980s when i spent a decade collecting a database with mit on the mismatch between societal needs of 50 markets and 50 countries purposes
our species will go the way of the dodo if we dont linkin who wants to fix media now
while 3% may have been undervaluing celebrities 15% is far too much unless celebrities are in
the middle of connecting sustainability goals action networking not chatting
there is a good chance that when japan's haitian tennis female star has finished tennis in a few years she will want to connect with girl empowerment- furthermore tennis is the main passion of the japan emperors family
japans richest ma owns uniqlo- he is working with the ILO to change garment workers worth in indonesia but why not bangladesh (well sadly yunus wasted 9 years of his time so that may be why)
if we dont brainstorm every way from returning community music to redesigning garment workers value to finding a way to train superstars to represent one real solution and not juts greenwash while jack ma and ban ki moon (whose headquarters is in vienna) are prepping the tokyo olympics we will miss a window of opportunity that will never come again
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