MA PhD (Tilburg)
Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship
‘Selection at the Gate: Difficult Cases, Spill-overs, and Organizational Learning’, Organization Science (2012); ‘Change for Change’s Sake’, Harvard Business Review (2010); ‘I Shall Not Remain Insignificant: Adding a Second Loop To Matter More’, Academy of Management Journal (2007); ‘On Rigor and Relevance: Fostering Dialectic Progress in Management Research’, Academy of Management Journal (2005); ‘How Acquisitions can Revitalize Companies’, Sloan Management Review (2005); ‘A Healthy Divide: Subgroups as a Stimulus for Team Learning Behavior’, Administrative Science Quarterly (2003); ‘Pace, Rhythm, and Scope: Process Dependence in Building a Profitable Multinational Corporation’, Strategic Management Journal (2002); ‘Learning through Acquisitions’, Academy of Management Journal (2001).
Corporate strategy, profitable growth, innovation.
Keynote speaker; Editorial Board member, Academy of Management Journal; Organization Science; Strategic Management Journal.