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.
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 presented my research at several international conferences and seminars,
e.g. USA (2010, 2011 and 2016), Germany (2006), Croatia 2019) England (2017), Iceland (2011), Finland (2012), Japan (2015), Singapore (2015), Canada (2012), Norway (2018), Sweden (2003), and Denmark (2019).
I am an invited reviewer at Journal
of Management Learning; Humanistic Journal of Management; Journal of Business Ethics; Organization, and more.