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.


Research


News

2019.08.16 | Awards

Christina Bidmon receives prestigious best paper award at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting

Best Paper Award from the ONE Division of the Academy of Management for Christina Bidmon and René Bohnsack

2019.07.02 | Research news

Project Half Double receives DKK 15.8 million in additional funding from Danish Industry Foundation

We are really happy to announce that the Danish Industry Foundation has decided to grant Project Half Double another DKK 15.8 Million. This will enable the Half Double methodology and the community to take a big step into the future and help even more companies to succeed with new projects.

2019.07.01 | Research news

Let´s talk about potatoes

Talking about potato is no hot potato. This is one of the conclusions from a series of food consumer studies in the scope of the research project ‘proPotato’, funded by Innovation Fund Denmark.


Events

Tue 17 Sep
13:00-14:00 | Room 2636-U114, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University
ITIM Seminar by Catherine Killen
Practice-based research and the ‘less rational’ side of project portfolio management
Wed 18 Sep
14:00-17:00 | Bygning 2610(S) - Aarhus BSS, Fuglesangs Allé 4, 8210 Aarhus V
Digital2019 - Management in the age of AI
Halvdagskonference om kunstig intelligens den 18. september på Aarhus BSS
Thu 19 Sep
09:30-11:30 | Lab 1F, building 2635, Fuglesangs Allé 20, 8210 Aarhus V
Introduction to Cognition and Behavior Lab
This two-hour introduction prepares you to use COBE Lab efficiently.
Thu 19 Sep
13:00-14:00 | Room 2628-M211, Department of Management, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University
OSA Seminar by Carla Carolina Rua Gomez
Who benefits from gender diversity? Unpacking the differential effect of gender diversity on individuals’ innovative performance

Education