Alexander Madsen Sandvik

Associate Professor Alexander Madsen Sandvik

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Strategy and Management
Focus CSI
Organisation and Management Organizational Behaviour


Alexander Madsen Sandvik is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Department of Strategy and Management, NHH.  He holds a bachelor degree in computer science from Bergen University College, Master of Science degree from NHH, and obtained his PhD in Leadership of knowledge workers from the Department of Strategy and Management at NHH in 2011.

Alexander’s research interest is mainly in leadership and organizational behavior, including topics such as transformational leadership, servant leadership, motivation, creativity, knowledge work, culture, climate, work performance and organizational citizenship behavior.

Sandvik is part of the FOCUS (Future-Oriented Corporate Solutions) program and works on research projects in several of the FOCUS firms. At NHH, Alexander is responsible for the master level course: Methodology for master thesis. He is also involved in several of the NHHs Executive programs.

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Selected publications

Author(s) Title Publisher
Sandvik, Alexander Madsen; Croucher, Richard; Espedal, Bjarne; Selart, Marcus Intellectual stimulation and team creative climate in a professional service firm Evidence-based HRM: a Global Forum for Empirical Scholarship Volume 6 (1); page 39 - 53; 2018
Bjørge, Anne Kari; Sandvik, Alexander Madsen; Whittaker, Sunniva The recontextualisation of values in the multilingual workplace Corporate Communications. An International Journal Volume 22 (3); page 401 - 416; 2017
Nesheim, Torstein; Olsen, Karen Modesta; Sandvik, Alexander Madsen Never walk alone: achieving work performance through networking ability and autonomy Employee relations Volume 39 (2); page 240 - 253; 2017
Sandvik, Alexander Madsen; Espedal, Bjarne; Selart, Marcus Leadership drivers of organizational creativity : a path model of creative climate in a professional service firm Beta. Scandinavian Journal of Business Research Volume 29 (1); page 74 - 90; 2015
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