EDAMBA Interview with Prof. Kathleen Eisenhardt

Prof. Kathleen Eisenhardt, Stanford W. Ascherman M.D. Professor. Faculty member in the Stanford Technology Ventures Program.
EDAMBA Interview conducted by Dr. M. May Seitanidi (FRSA), Kent Business School, University of Kent UK.
Professor Kathleen Eisenhardt's recent book (w/Don Sull) is called "Simple Rules: How to Survive in a Complex World" (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) which explores how simplicity tames complexity in business, life, and nature.
She is also co-author (w/Shona Brown) of "Competing on the Edge: Strategy as Structured" Chaos (Harvard Business School Press), winner of the George R. Terry Book Award for outstanding contribution to management thinking and an Amazon Top 10 Annual Business and Investing book.
Professor Eisenhardt is also author of over 100 articles in research and business journals, and the first author featured in Harvard Business Review's OnPoint collection. She has been a Distinguished Visiting Professor with Insead's Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise area.  


EDAMBA Annual Meeting 2021 


Topic: The Making of Doctoral Supervisors

Keynote speech: Prof. Stan TAYLOR, Honorary Professor, School of Education, Durham University & Chair, UKCGE Research Supervisors' Network.


 Topic: The Covid -19 Pandemic and the Future of Doctoral Education 

Keynote speech: Dr. Alexander Hasgall, Head of the EUA Council for Doctoral Education (EUA-CDE).


A Lot to Loose -
Organizational Identity and Emotions in Institutional Contexts

Paper by: Christina Langenbusch 
EDAMBA Thesis Competition Award Ceremony 


 The 30th “Anniversary” EDAMBA Summer Research Academy 2021


Digital Transformation & AI in the Post-Pandemic Era:
The Future of (Tele-) Work and (Tele-) Education
 and Implications for Doctoral Education and Research 

Professor Elias G. Carayannis, George Washington University, USA.  


 Spaghetti junctions: Footnotes on turning rich data into theoretical insight

Keynote Prof. Claus Rerup, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management.
Planery sessions.
Professor Claus Rerup is Vice President of Academic Affairs at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management since 2021. His expertise includes routine dynamics, sensemaking, and organizational learning. He has published in leading journals.
He obtained his PhD from Aarhus University, Denmark, and completed Visiting Scholar positions at Stanford University and University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, and a Post Doc Research Fellowship at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
Claus Rerup‘s teaching has been recognized by several awards, including the 2019 "Award for Outstanding Teaching Performance“ at Frankfurt School.    


Evolution of management education and research 

Prof. Pierre Batteau, Marseille University. 210719.
Online Plenary sessions. 
Pierre Batteau is professor emeritus at Aix-Marseille University. His main specialty is finance (and in particular risk models) which he taught for 40 years, in France and in several foreign countries, while directing around thirty theses in this specialty in France and abroad. and by sitting on a hundred juries. In 2021 he still teaches this discipline every year in a master's degree from the Sorbonne in Abu Dhabi.   


EDAMBA Thesis Competition 1st Prize


Paper: Leader-Member Exchange and Organisational Trust as Context-Related Micro-Foundations of Organisational Innovativeness

Julia Jacquemod, Riseba University of Business, Arts and Technology, Latvia 




EDAMBA Thesis Competition 2nd Prize 


Paper: A New Method for the Measurement of Acceptable Health

 Zrubka Zsombor, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary


EDAMBA Thesis Competition 3rd Prize 

Paper: The Firm Value and Marketing Intensity Decision in Conditions of Financial Constraint: A Comparative Study of the United States and Latin America 

Walter Palomino-Tamayo, Universidad ESAN, Peru


EDAMBA aims to achieve its mission through three pillars of activity:
1. The Annual Meeting
2. The Summer Research Academy
3. The EDAMBA-EIASM Consortium of Doctoral Supervision

EDAMBA engages in global collaboration across networks
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