Department of Organization

Department of Organization

Department of Organization pursues a problem-oriented, business-in-society approach to understanding organizations and organizational phenomena at all levels. Our research and teaching focus upon organizing processes and their outcomes from an interdisciplinary social-scientific perspective.


Technological Forecasting and Social Change - New co-authored publication in a special Issue on heuristics in management and organization research
Professor Eva Boxenbaum and Professor Renate Meyer have received a major grant from The Velux Foundations Humanities Programme
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Co-authored publication on the changes firms undertake to shift to more-exploratory strategies
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Conference on Success in Mega Projects – Learn and rethink with experienced practitioners and academics
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Associate Professor Sofia Pemsel co-authoring a new publication in Tensions and Paradoxes in Temporary Organizing
New co-authored Special Issue published in Leadership – Challenges and advantages of studying leadership in interaction
New publication in Oxford University Press: Pick the Winner, so You can then Choose the Reasons
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New analysis in the journal Nature reveals a clearer picture of the changing geography of clean energy value chains over time
New co-authored article: Corporate scramble for Africa? Towards a postcolonial framework for transglocal development governance
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Department of Organization
Copenhagen Business School
Kilevej 14A
DK-2000 Frederiksberg

Phone: +45 3815 2815
EAN: 5798000424999