I graduated as Master of Theology at Copenhagen University in 1996. The discipline of theology means learning history, semantics, philosophy, ethics, and languages (Latin, Ancient Greek, Hebrew, German).
I graduated as Master of Theology
at Princeton Theological Seminary in 1997-97.
I graduated as a Ph.D. from Copenhagen University, Theology Department in 2004, with a thesis on expectations to pastoral care, with perspectives to Martin Luther and Niklas Luhmann.
I joined Copenhagen
Business School, Denmark in 2004, where I still am an associate professor at Department of Organization.
I went to Harvard Business School in 2010 for GloColl.
I have participated in several international conferences and seminars since 1996 in
USA, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, England, Iceland, Finland, Japan and Canada.