Christopher Michael Lobello
Faculty, INSEADâ€™s Center for Decision Making and Risk Analysis
Chris Lobello is a financial markets practitioner, investor, and educator with a broad background in teaching in a variety of MBA programs as well as executive education settings. He has developed a practitioner’s interest in the behavioral aspects of decision making and has worked with faculty at INSEAD’s Center for Decision Making and Risk Analysis, where he was appointed a visiting fellow in 2011. He regularly leads courses on topics ranging from Finance to Investments to Understanding and Managing Risk, but by far his favorite topic is a practical exploration of how to help people make better decisions.
Teaching Experience – Teaching experience includes guest lecturing for MBA courses at INSEAD (including a course on Risk and a course on Decision Making,) teaching executive education courses at INSEAD, and teaching in the International MBA (IMBA) program at Thammasat University in Bangkok as well as both the GMBA and MGB programs at SP Jain (Making Better Decisions.) The decision making courses have now become regular parts of the curriculum at both Thammasat and SP Jain. Chris also teaches decision making at the Royal Institute for Governance and Strategic Studies in Bhutan. He has also led numerous executive education classes, with a particular focus on financial firms.