Business management and strategy

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For technologies to make an impact on society, businesses need competent management. At our education programmes at DTU Management, we teach engineers how to leverage technology for excellent performance and the common good. What are the future strategies that benefit from technological advances across companies, industries and society? What are the leadership skills and capabilities necessary for our sustainable future? What is the future of work?

To address such critical questions to our common future, our research takes a multi-disciplinary perspective on how advanced technologies shape strategy, management and organization. As a leading technical university, we combine a deep understanding and exploration of digital and cognitive technologies, artificial intelligence and robotics, to name a few, with perspectives on business management and strategy. This research perspective is both technologically informed and based on Nordic values of excellence, well-being and sustainability.

Building on core disciplines such as organizational science, strategic management, and managerial innovation, we collaborate with businesses and universities worldwide to develop insights for next-generation business management and strategy. We develop innovative managerial solutions for the future while directing research to areas of business management and strategy that require urgent but also patient attention for the benefit of the people, organizations and society.

Business management and strategy are about to be disrupted. Join us in exploring the unprecedented technological opportunities for innovation.

Please get in touch if you have ideas for research projects or need an expert opinion.


Christine Ipsen

Christine Ipsen Associate Professor Department of Technology, Management and Economics Phone: +45 45256014

Liisa Välikangas

Liisa Välikangas Professor, Head of Section Department of Technology, Management and Economics Mobile: +45 93511813