ahumsc

Department of Management, Society and Communication

  • CBS Sustainability
Anne-Karen
Hüske
Postdoc


Room: DH.Ø.2.37
Tel:
+4538153278
E-mail: ahu.msc@cbs.dk
Anne-Karen Hüske
Presentation

My research interest is in sustainability transformation of business, especially: How to educate (future) decision makers to consider sustainability? What are social entrepreneurship competences and how to teach them? What characterizes a sustainable intrapreneur? What characterizes a social entrepreneur? How do business models change when considering sustainability? How do companies impact sustainability? How to implement sustainability in organizations? How to measure sustainability within an organization? How to assess the sustainability impact of innovation in process? How does sustainability assessment and reporting influence strategy? How to develop business models towards sustainability? 

Primary research areas
  • Social entrepreneuship (educaton)
  • Business sustainability
  • Sustainable business models
  • Sustainability assessment
  • Responsible Management education
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Supervision

I am experienced in supervision on all levels. My interest is in social entrepreneurship (education), sustainable intrapreneruship and sustainability transformation of business.

Other teaching activities

Social Entrepreneuership education within the Aurora Alliance (https://alliance.aurora-network.global/)

Selected publications

Hueske, A.-K., & Guenther, E. (2021). Multilevel barrier and driver analysis to improve sustainability implementation strategies: Towards sustainable operations in institutions of higher education. Journal of Cleaner Production, 125899. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2021.125899

Hueske, A.-K., & Aggestam Pontoppidan, C. (forthcoming). GEROCO: a model for integrating susatinability in management education at HEIs. In E. Sengupta, P. Blessinger, & C. Mahoney (Eds.), Leadership Strategies For Promoting Social Responsibility in Higher Education (Vol. 24, pp. 93–109). Emerald Publishing Limited.

Hueske, A.-K., & Guenther, E. (2018). Balancing comprehensiveness and parsimony: Towards a context-specific barrier identification across multiple levels combined with complexity reduction through barrier groups. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 49, 46–59. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jengtecman.2018.05.002

Hueske, A.-K., Endrikat, J., & Guenther, E. (2015). External environment, the innovating organization, and its individuals: A multilevel model for identifying innovation barriers accounting for social uncertainties (Vol. 35). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jengtecman.2014.10.001

Hueske, A.-K., & Guenther, E. (2015). What hampers innovation? External stakeholders, the organization, groups and individuals: A systematic review of empirical barrier research. Management Review Quaterly, 65(2), 113–148. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11301-014-0109-5

Outside activities

Currently no outside activities