Associate Professor Emeritus Gunnar E. Christensen
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- Strategy and Management
- Organisation and Management Strategy
Gunnar E. Christensen is currently serving as Vice Rector for Faculty Affairs at NHH Norwegian School of Economics. He was formerly the Deputy Rector and Dean for International Affairs (2005 - 2013).
Christensen is an associate professor at the Department of Strategy and Management. He holds a PhD from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
His research interests include information management and innovation, particularly emphasizing strategic value creation in businesses. Over the years, he has gained extensive international experience.
Christensen has been a visiting professor at the University of California, Irvine (UCI), and in 1999 he was one of the founding directors of the international Executive MBA programme in Global E-Management (GeM). Moreover, he has been teaching in the International MBA and EMBA programmes at the Warsaw University of Technology Business School (WUTBS), where he also has been a member of the school’s Council for many years.
Christensen has been representing NHH at the Executive Board of CEMS – the global alliance in management education. He also served on the CEMS Quality Assurance committee.
|Iden, Jon; Methlie, Leif B.; Christensen, Gunnar E.||The nature of Strategic foresight Research: A systematic litterature review||Technological Forecasting and Social Change Volume 116; page 87 - 97; 2017|
|Christensen, Gunnar E.; Haxhiraj, Suela; Iden, Jon; Methlie, Leif B.||Scenarioer som grunnlag for innovasjon||Magma - Tidsskrift for økonomi og ledelse Volume 17 (8); page 63 - 71; 2014|
|Christensen, Gunnar E.||Information management and business value creation||Information technology, decision making and learning in a business management context - A Festschrift in honour of Anna Mette Fuglseth; page 18 - 37; 2006|
|Sørebø, Øystein; Sørebø, Øystein; Christensen, Gunnar E.; Eikebrokk, Tom Roar||The impact of purposeful end-user computing activities on job performance: An empirical investigation||Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology Volume 36 (2); page 111 - 124; 2004|