I am an Assistant Professor at the Department of Strategy and Innovation at Copenhagen Business School, and currently spending one year 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. More recently, 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 2019; early 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.
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 a undergraduate module on "Corporate Strategy".