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Austrian Management Review - Vol. 7

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Impulse für Leadership, Change Management & Ambidexterity edited by Wolfgang H. Güttel is now available in our office and via beate.hoermanseder@jku.at.

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Barbara Müller

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Barbara Müller is Associate Professor at the Institute of HR and Change Management at the Johannes Kepler University (JKU) Linz, Austria.

She received her master (2004) and doctoral degree (2008) of Business Administration from the WU Vienna (Austria) where she was on faculty at the Institute of Change Management and Management Development from 2004-2010. Her dissertation on knowledge management from the perspective of social systems theory was published by Gabler research series (2009) and has been awarded amongst others with the Stephan-Koren Award (WU Vienna, 2009) and the Award of Excellence (BMWF, 2009).

As a research fellow, Barbara spent research stays at Suffolk University, Boston, MA (2009); Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA (2012) and the University of Bath, UK (2014). Since 2010 she has been working as post-doc researcher and assistant professor at the JKU where she received the venia docendi by completing her habilitation in 2016.

Her research and teaching interests lie in the fields of HR, leadership, organizational learning, and change. By using mainly qualitative research methods her research focuses on studying organizational complexity, identity, and paradoxical phenomena and their influence on organizational development and change processes.

Results of her work have appeared in various academic journals such as the Journal of Management Inquiry, International Business Review, Schmalenbach Business Review or The International Journal of Human Resource Management. Together with Karin Link she is editor-in-chief of the “Austrian Management Review”, a yearly-published book series to support theory-practice transfer and strengthen academic-practitioner relationships.

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