Institut for Organisation


Kontor: KIL/14.A-3.99
+45 22 25 49 32
My research focus is leadership, leadership development and leadership of digital transformation from the perspective of the Communicative Constitution of Organisation (CCO), developed by James R. Taylor, François Cooren, Gail Fairhurst and others. This approach decenter the individual and conceive organizing to happen through communicative processes involving humans and non-humans like texts and technologies.
I am currently engaged with the VIEW project, analysing how digitalization is transforming selected Public Sector organisations and I seek to uncover how leadership itself is transformed in (and transforming) the future of work. I continue to study management learning processes, digital or otherwise.
I am a member of the Leadership Study reading and executive teaching groups at CBS and I am Academic Coordinator of Leadership Development at Master of Public Governance. I am also engaged in reforming the HD (Graduate Diploma) programme Organization and Management.


Primære forskningsområder


Leadership development and executive management education

Leadership in and of digital transformations


Curriculum Vitae
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Personligt Udviklingsforløb (Personal Leadership Course) at Master of Public Governance, MPG.

Leadership Theory and Practice, Executive MBA & Flexible MBA (winter 2017)

Mastermodul i Ledelse, MLL, Region Hovedstaden, at MPG.


Leadership and Leadership Development, BA & Master

Organisation and Communication, BA & Master

Strategy, BA & Master

Udvalgte publikationer
Kjærgaard, A., & Meier, F. (2022). Trying out loud: Leadership development as experimentalism. Leadership. 
Larsson, M., & Meier, F. (2019). Offentligt lederskab som interaktioner og relationer. Public Governance Research, 5, 1–20. 
Publikationer sorteret efter:
Frank Meier; Brigid Carroll / Ventriloquial Reflexivity : Exploring the Communicative Relationality of the ‘I’ and the ‘It’.
I: Human Relations, 27.3.2022
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Frank Meier / Future Technology Meets Regulation of Yesteryear : The Invisible Leadership Work of Making an AI Project Compliant.
Abstract from Nordic Science and Technology Studies Conference 2021, 2021
Konferenceabstrakt til konference > peer review
Annemette Kjærgaard; Frank Meier / Trying Out Loud : Leadership Development as Experimentalism.
I: Leadership, 28.12.2021
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Frank Meier; Brigid Carroll / Making up Leaders : Reconfiguring the Executive Student through Profiling, Texts and Conversations in a Leadership Development Programme.
I: Human Relations, Vol. 73, Nr. 9, 9.2020, s. 1226-1248
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Frank Meier / Making up Leaders in Leadership Development
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [Phd] 2020, 271 s. (PhD. Series, Nr. 8.2020)
Magnus Larsson; Frank Meier / Offentligt lederskab som interaktioner og relationer
I: Public Governance Research, Vol. 5, 2019, s. 1-20
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Frank Meier; Roderick Walker / The Role of Texts in Leadership Development
I: Proceedings of the 2018 Research in Management Learning and Education (RMLE) UnconferenceRobina : RMLE 2018, s. 27-28
Konferenceabstrakt i proceedings > peer review
Annemette Kjærgaard; Frank Meier; Christian Tangkjær / Experiments as Liminal Learning Spaces in Leadership Development : Threshold Concepts as Catalysts or Inhibitors of Transformation in the Education of Professional Practitioners.
Paper presented at The 32nd EGOS Colloquium 2016, 2016
Paper > peer review
Frank Meier; Annemette Kjærgaard; Christian Tangkjær / Master of Public Governance (MPG) Students Doing Leadership Experiments in Their Own Praxis : What Socio-spatial Spaces Made Available in the MPG Leadership Course May Enable Which Experiments?.
Paper presented at The 20th Annual Conference of International Research Society for Public Management. IRSPM 2016, 2016
Paper > peer review
Annemette Kjærgaard; Frank Meier; Christian Tangkjær / Experiments in Leadership Development and the Power of Performativity in Socio-Spatial Spaces : What's Wrong With Our Experimental Pedagogy.
Paper presented at Copenhagen Forum Workshop 2015, 2015
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