During my PhD, I have been involved in a variety of courses related to Strategy, Organization Theory, Organizational Behavior, and Entrepreneurship. Furthermore, I have supervised internship, bachelor, and master theses as a first and second reader. In late 2021 I obtained my University Teaching Qualification (Dutch: Basis Kwalificatie Onderwijs (BKO)).
Courses I have been involved in include:
During one semester, bachelor students intern at an organization, for which they work on a self-identified project. I am the university’s supervisor for these students.
Strategy for Pre-master
Introductory course for pre-master students in topics related to organization theory and strategy. Responsibilities included: teaching large tutorial groups, grading.
Every semester I supervise several students in the Bedrijfseconomie (Dutch business economics) and International Business Administration bachelor programs.
Students learn the basics of projectmanagement and get practical experience in a case study. Responsibilities included: teaching large tutorial groups, grading.
Students get exposed to entrepreneurship literature on creativity and participate in a week-long hackathon. Responsibilities included: teaching support, hackathon support, and grading.
Cross-cultural comparative management
Students get taught the principles of how to manage cultural differences in an international environment, and partake in interactive skills courses. Responsibilities included: teaching large tutorial groups.
Every semester I supervise several students in the Strategic Management and International Management master programs.
Organisatie & Strategie
First year undergraduate course in topics related to organization theory and strategy for Dutch Business Economics, Fiscal Economics, and Economics & Business Economics programs. Responsibilities included: lecturing, teaching large tutorial groups, grading.