I am an Assistant Professor at the Department of Strategy and Innovation at Copenhagen Business School, and just finished a one-year research stay at Stanford University. My research focuses on strategic management and innovation with a particular interest in strategic decision-making, such as heuristics and change of decision patterns, and organizing in extreme contexts. As such, I conduct research in extreme contexts and challenges faced by people both working and living in challenging contexts, such as war-torn areas like Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen and South Sudan.
I am an active member of AOM, EGOS, and SMS. I have been involved as the co-convenor of EGOS tracks in 2018, and 2019 on heuristics and simple rules, and currently co-editing a Special Issue on the very topic (expected publishing late 2020).
In 2018, I was awarded the Best Paper Award at SMS Special Conference in Oslo. In 2019, I was the runner-up for the Best Environmental and Social Practice Paper Award of the OMT Division in Boston, MA, and finalist of the Best Paper Proposal at the Annual SMS Conference in 2020.
Currently, I serve as the Representative at Large in the Strategic Practice Interest Group at the Strategic Management Society.
At CBS, I am the course coordinator and lecturer of the M.Sc. course "Strategic Management and Innovation", and teach an undergraduate module on "Corporate Strategy".