Thomas KallingProfessor, Head of the Department of Business Administration
Research areas and keywords
UKÄ subject classification
- Business Administration
- Strategy , Organisational Change, Business Models
I am a strategy professor whose research focuses in particular on change, innovation and organisational renewal. This typically includes the management of pressure from societal, technological and political changes and cues, but also endogenous processes emanating internally whereby different instances of business models and operations are altered. I'm currently involved in empirical projects conducted by my PhD students, relating to technological development within transportation, energy and ICT, standardisation, architecture and the automotive industry.
Since 2010, I'm the course director and main teacher on the MSc course Strategic Management. Typically I supervise two or three MSc theses in strategy every year. I also teach on the Introduction to International Business course on our International Business bachelor programme. In addition, I teach on the PhD course Theories of Business Administration. I've been lecturing on several of EFL's executive education courses, including the EMBA and corporate programmes.
Recent research outputs
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Paper in conference proceeding