Department of Management

John Parm Ulhøi


John Parm Ulhøi


John P. Ulhøi is Professor of OMT.  His research focuses on how organizational agents, acts, behavior and/or applied techniques enable and facilitate changes and innovations in organizations. He is presently Associate Editor of SJM (Elsevier), Associate Editor of JGER (Springer) and Editorial Board Member at BSE (Wiley). He is past AoM-TIM Executive Board Member. He is Board Member of Nordic Academy of Management, Executive Board Member of The European Doctoral Association in Management & Business Administration and appointed member of The ESF College of RPM, The European Science Foundation. He has served as international expert for several international research councils and is frequently used as int. evaluator of university research centers and doctoral programs in different countries.


Research Areas

  • Organization and Management Theory
  • Organization Behaviour
  • Strategy and Business Development
  • Technology and Innovation Management
  • Environmental Management and CSR

Teaching Experience

He has been teaching at the BSc, MSc MBA and PhD programmes within his areas of expertise and has regularly been involved in knowledge dissemination for the business community.

Examples of scientific outlets

Journal of Organizational Behavior; Journal of Business Venturing; Entrepreneurship, Theory and Practice; European Journal of Operational Research; Business Strategy and the Environment; Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management;International Journal of Technology Management; Technovation; Creativity and Innovation Management; Journal of Engineering and Technology Management; Technological Forecasting and Social Change; Technology Analysis and Strategic Management; Management Decision; Managerial & Decision Economics; Risk Decision and Policy; Scandinavian Journal of Management; Strategic Change; Industrial Management and Data Systems; European Journal of Innovation Management; International Journal of Manpower.



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