Charlotte Øland Madsen, Ph.D.
Department of Business and Management
9220 Aalborg Øst
Charlotte Øland Madsen, MA in Organization and Strategy, and Ph.D. is associate professor at the Department of Business and Management at Aalborg University. She is teaching within the fields of organizing, sensemaking and management for BA and MA students in business and in public governance.
Her research is primarily situated in the FIRM (Firms, Innovation, Relationships and Management) research group. She is currently engaged with research projects on dialogic management learning processes and social constructionist methodology. Her research interests are based in dialogic processes, identity construction and discursive psychology.
She has in 2007 published a Ph.D. thesis “The social construction of success – a discursive psychological study of SAP R3 implementation”, Aarhus School of Business, co-authored books on relational leading and problem-based learning. An article written with associate professor Mette Vinther Larsen on social poetics and management learning has recently been published.