cgjmpp

Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy

Christian
Garmann Johnsen
Associate professor
,
PhD


Room: POR/18.B-2.146
Tel:
+4538154293
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+45 27501297
E-mail: cgj.mpp@cbs.dk
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Curriculum Vitae
Primary research areas
  • Organizational Philosophy
  • Organization Studies
  • Philosophy and management education
  • Sustainable entrepreneurship
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www.cbs.dk/en/staff/cgjmpp
Presentation

Overall, my research revolves around the use of philosophy in organization studies. Predominately, I am interested in how philosophical concepts can be used to both challenge common sense perceptions and open up to alternative ways of understanding organization, management, leadership and entrepreneurship. In do this both in my research and my teaching practice. Currently, I am engaged in a project on sustainable entrepreneurship supported by the Velux foundation. Informed by philosophical concepts, I explore the challenges that entrepreneurs who commit to a sustainable agenda face in practice, but also the strategies they use to cope with these challenges. On this basis, I explore alternative conceptualizations, articulations and experiences of sustainable entrepreneurship.
 

Courses
  • Organizational Philosophy and Practice (CM.fil, CBS)
  • Ontologi og viden (Ontology and knowledge) (HA.fil, CBS)
     
Selected publications
  • Johnsen, C. G. (first online): Authenticating the Leader: Why Bill George Believes that a Moral Compass Would Have Kept Jeffrey Skilling out of Jail, Journal of Business Ethics, DIO: 10.1007/s10551-015-2968-7
  • Johnsen, C. G. (2016): Romanticizing the market: Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the pedagogy of post-bureaucratic management, Culture and Organization, 22(1): 88-105
  • Johnsen, C. G. (2015): Deconstructing the future of management: Pharmakon, Gary Hamel and the impossibility of invention, Futures, 68(4): 57-66
  • Johnsen, C. G. & Sørensen, B. M (2015): ‘It's capitalism on coke!’: From temporary to permanent liminality in organization studies, Culture and Organization, 21(4): 321-337
     
Publications & dissemination
2017
Christian Garmann Johnsen; Mette Nelund; Lena Olaison; Bent Meier Sørensen / Organizing for the Post-growth Economy
In: Ephemera, Vol. 17, No. 1, 2017, p. 1-21
Journal article
Christian Garmann Johnsen; Lena Olaison; Bent Meier Sørensen / Put Your Style at Stake : A New Use of Sustainable Entrepreneurship.
In: Organization Studies, 17.8.2017
Journal article
Christian Garmann Johnsen; Bent Meier Sørensen / Traversing the Fantasy of the Heroic Entrepreneur
In: International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, Vol. 23, No. 2, 2017, p. 228-244
Journal article
2016
Christian Garmann Johnsen / Romanticizing the Market : Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the Pedagogy of Post-Bureaucratic Management.
In: Culture and Organization, Vol. 22, No. 1, 2016, p. 88-105
Journal article
2015
Christian Garmann Johnsen / Authenticating the Leader : Why Bill George Believes That a Moral Compass Would Have Kept Jeffrey Skilling Out of Jail.
In: Journal of Business Ethics, 27.11.2015
Journal article
Christian Garmann Johnsen / Deconstructing the Future of Management : Pharmakon, Gary Hamel and the Impossibility of Invention.
In: Futures, Vol. 68, 4.2015, p. 57-66
Journal article
Christian Garmann Johnsen; Lena Olaison; Bent Meier Sørensen / Sustainable Entrepreneurship : In-between Ecology and Economy.
Abstract from 10th Organization Studies Workshop, 2015
Conference abstract for conference
Christian Garmann Johnsen; Bent Meier Sørensen / ‘It's Capitalism on Coke!’: : From Temporary to Permanent Liminality in Organization Studies.
In: Culture and Organization, Vol. 21, No. 4, 2015, p. 321-337
Journal article
Christian Garmann Johnsen; Bent Meier Sørensen; Lena Olaison / ‘This Phone Would Be Even Fairer If...’ : Micro-political Struggles over Sustainability and Entrepreneurship in a Contemporary Organization.
Abstract from Whither emergence?, 2015
Conference abstract for conference
2014
Christian Garmann Johnsen / Deconstructing the Future of Management : Pharmakon, Gary Hamel and the Impossibility of Invention.
Abstract from Management Studies PhD Conference 2014, 2014
Conference abstract for conference
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