Department of Management

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.


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News

Professor Linda Argote

2019.09.17 | People

Honorary Doctorate for Linda Argote

In connection with the annual celebration on Friday 13 September, Linda Argote was named Honorary Doctor, Doctor Mercaturae Honoris Causa, for Aarhus BSS at Aarhus University.

2019.09.09 | Awards

Madalina Pop and Ingo Kleindienst receive the SAP Best Practice Oriented Paper Award at Academy of Management

SAP Best Practice Oriented Paper Award from the Strategy-as-Practice Division of AOM for Madalina Pop and Ingo Kleindienst

2019.09.08 | Research news

Potatoes lead the way

A new study on potato protein makes food manufacturers wiser on how to market plant-based products and make consumers more tempted to buy them. Health is by far the most important factor.


Events

Mon 23 Sep
14:30-16:30 | Room 2624-E1, Department of Management, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University
PhD Defence: Josefine Weigt-Rohrbeck
Toward an understanding of HRM’s intended, actual and perceived contribution to environmental sustainability and its impact on individual behavior
Wed 25 Sep
13:00-14:30 | Room 2628-M303, Department of Management, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University
MGMT research seminar by Marouane Bousfiha
Constructing A Work Identity: The Case of Academic Entrepreneurs
Fri 27 Sep
13:00-14:00 | Room 2628-M211, Department of Management, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University
OSA Seminar by Tatjana Schneidmüller
The Contested Rise of Fintech in Europe: An Audience-based View of Incumbent Adaptation to Technological Change
Thu 03 Oct
12:00-13:00 | Room 2628-M211, Department of Management, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University
OSA Seminar by Alexandra Alencar Siebra
Dynamic Capabilities Shaped by Distinct Institutional Environments in Response to Energy Transition

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