Teaching Interests

Corporate entrepreneurship; strategic management; social networks in organizations; research methods; necessary condition analysis; social network analysis.

Teaching Qualifications

Didactical Training for PhD Students
Risbo Research-Training-Consultancy (2018)
Basic Didactics, Group Dynamics, Filmed Teaching Session, External professional feedback on Teaching Session

Teaching Philosophy

My pedagogical approach is based on Lewin's maxim: “there is nothing as practical as a good theory”. I believe that students learn best when they are motivated by the relevance of the subject to everyday life. From the first days of my courses, I emphasize how the course materials can benefit employees of all levels. I also encourage them to think about the relevance of the course for their future career paths.

Instead of just telling or showing how the course materials help us better understand the world, I stimulate my students to get actively involved and take ownership of their individual learning processes. It is for this reason that industry engagement serves as a cornerstone of my teaching activities. Working in collaboration with companies—in the form of case assignments or primary research projects—uniquely allows students to apply the course materials in a practical setting and offers a superior learning experience.

My goal in teaching is to give students a cognitive and theoretical toolkit that enables them to improve their jobs, their teams, and the organizations they work for. Ultimately, I want to teach them to become proactive individuals, confident enough to initiate change and make a difference.

Teaching Experience

Courses at the Nijmegen School of Management, Radboud University

Sustainable Entrepreneurship Project (Spring 2021)
Undergraduate Course | BSc in Business Administration

Master Thesis Supervision (Spring 2021)
Graduate Course | MSc in Business Administration

Courses at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University

Advanced Topics in Strategic Entrepreneurship (Spring 2020)
Doctoral Course

Corporate Entrepreneurship (Fall 2017, 2018, 2019)
Graduate Course | MSc in Strategic Entrepreneurship |☆ 4.3 / 5

Master Thesis Supervision (Spring 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2020)
Graduate Course | MSc in Strategic Management; MSc in Strategic Entrepreneurship

Research Training & Bachelor Thesis (Spring 2016 & 2020)
Undergraduate Course | BSc in Business Administration | ☆ 4.4 / 5

Internship Supervision (Fall 2015, 2017, 2018 & 2019)
Undergraduate Course | BSc in Business Administration

Social Entrepreneurship Consultancy Project (Fall 2016)
Post-Experience Course | Part-Time MSc in Business Administration | ☆ 4.4 / 5