Department of Management

The Department of Management is part of Aarhus BSS, one of the five 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.



Martin Jørgensen, Jim Pedersen and Chris Ellegaard at the Department of Management discussing some of the results after the virtual World Café.

2021.01.13 | Research news

When does knowledge spill over to competitors through suppliers?

B2B researchers Chris Ellegaard, Martin Jørgensen and Jim Pedersen from the Department of Management aim to answer this question in a research project with Vestas

Ph.D. student Marta Jackowska, Department of Management, Aarhus BSS.  Photo: Melissa B.K. Yildrim, AU Foto

2021.01.08 | Aarhus BSS, Research news

Virtual work requires creative management

From now on, we will need to reinvent ourselves in the workplace by meeting, laughing, drinking coffee and socialising through our computer screens via Zoom, Skype or Teams. And with a little creativity, not least from management, this is possible, according to Aarhus BSS researchers behind a new study on virtual work.

Børge Obel. Photo: AU Photo

2020.12.16 | People

Professor Børge Obel says goodbye

A long career in the university world, both at the former Aarhus School of Business and at Aarhus University, comes to an end. After many years as a lecturer, rector and dean, Børge Obel will become emeritus professor at the end of the year.


Wed 03 Feb
13:00-14:30 | via Microsoft Teams
3rd year PhD presentation - Martin Norlyk Jørgensen
The role of boundary spanners in supplier relationship management
Wed 03 Feb
14:30-16:00 | via Microsoft Teams
3rd year PhD presentation - Gabriele Torma
How to drive sustainable consumption behaviour?
Fri 12 Feb
10:30-12:00 | via Microsoft Teams
3rd year PhD presentation - Anne Skipper Bach
A Temporal Understanding of Role Models in Identity Transitions: Constraining and Enabling Role Model Situations