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The Department of Management is part of Aarhus BSS, one of the four faculties at Aarhus University.
At the Department of Management, we teach and carry out research on management, corporate communication, marketing and innovation, entrepreneurship and information systems. We have an international focus in our research and degree programmes.



2018.06.19 | Knowledge exchange

“Entrepreneurship is a method that can be acquired”

In recent years, entrepreneurship teaching has gained increasing ground in the universities. However, entrepreneurship is not just about teaching students how to establish their own company. It is about teaching them to take responsibility for their own life and adopt an active and critical stance towards the world. This is the philosophy behind…

2018.06.18 | Awards

Pernille N. Videbæk & Klaus G. Grunert win best paper award

The prize was awarded for the paper “From disgusting to delicious: Overcoming barriers to entomophagy among Danish consumers”

GRAPHIC: Simon Andersen Nørredam

2018.05.17 | Aarhus BSS

Corporate foresight improves company performance

Companies that strategically prepare themselves for the future outperform other companies - both in terms of profits and company value. This is the result of new research from Aarhus BSS. However, very few companies actually prepare systematically for the future.


Tue 26 Jun
11:00-12:00 | Room 2628-M303, Department of Management, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University
CorpCom Seminar by Dan Laufer
Guilty by association. The risk of crises contagion
Wed 04 Jul
13:00-15:00 | Room E1, Building 2624.
PhD Defence: Thomas Preetzmann
Conjunctive Strategizing – How matter matters in the food system
Thu 02 Aug
11:00-12:00 | Room 2628-M303, Department of Management, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University
OSA Seminar by Nicholas J. Rowland
Potential Public Use of 'Opportunity Radars'
Tue 28 Aug
15:00-17:00 | Room E1, Building 2624
PhD Defence: Muriel Durand
Effects of Managerial Perceptions of Cultural Challenges and Job Changes on Motivational Work Related Outcomes in Post Merger Integration Stage of Cross Border Mergers and Acquisitions: A Focus on Cultural Friction