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Louise is associate professor and works with strategic leadership with a focus on the interplay between strategy, organizational development and business models. In addition, she specializes in the application of critical realism as a philosophy of science for studying organizations.

She is a part of the Strategic Management Lab which is dedicated to developing theory and practice in the field of strategic management. Here she has recently been a part of conducting a large-scale survey of strategy work in Danish organizations – The Strategy Barometer.

Methodologically, Louise works as an engaged scholar in close collaboration with private and public actors in North Jutland. This methodological point of departure is also immanent in her research strategy and as a part of her overall research dissemination to create social impact. 

Her research has been published in Journal of Critical Realism, Journal of Industrial Ecology, Research in Transportation Business and Management, Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development, Journal of Business Models, The Learning Organization  and World Review of Intermodal Transportation.

Her previous research has involved the context of port development and collaborative business models. Her Ph.D. studies were co-funded by the Port of Aalborg, for which reason the development of the maritime and port industry remains a special area of interest for Louise.

Louise teaches strategy, business models, philosophy of science and qualitative research methods at bachelor, master and MBA level.


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