诺丁汉大学商学院(中国)
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Oliver Laasch

战略学副教授 , 诺丁汉大学商学院(中国)

学历

曼彻斯特大学(2016) 管理与创新博士
法兰克福大学(2009) 商业教育学文凭

联系方式

  • 中国浙江省宁波市泰康东路199号 宁波诺丁汉大学行政楼AB258 邮编:315100  
  • +86 0574 8818 0197
  • +86 (0)574 8818 0125
  • Oliver.laasch@nottingham.edu.cn
Oliver L.

简介

专业简介

Oliver是中国宁波诺丁汉大学战略学副教授。他曾在英国曼彻斯特大学(英国),柏林大学(德国),德蒙特雷大学(墨西哥)和首尔国立大学(韩国)担任过学术职务。Oliver还在图宾根大学的全球伦理研究所担任永久客座职位,并且是哥本哈根大学商学院的政府研究负责人。他的研究兴趣在于另类商业模式和负责任的管理学习。

Oliver是联合国负责任管理教育原则(PRME)的长期贡献者。他编辑负责管理教育的书籍收藏;协调联合国工作小组;并成立了负责管理教育中心(CRME)。Oliver在管理学习与教育学院的编辑委员会任职,并为《商业道德杂志》和《管理教育杂志》编辑了相关的特殊问题。

2018年,由奥利弗主导的一篇题为”美洲豹是如何得到他们的斑点:一种企业责任分类学”获得了第三届国际新商业模式会议最佳论文奖。2016年,《收入不平等:价值流分析,市场叙事,组织实践》由Oliver合著,获得管理部门社会问题管理学院最佳论文奖。由他领导的“负责任的管理教育行动“研讨会荣获2015年度管理教育与发展部门最佳专业发展工作坊奖。他的教科书《责任管理原则》在同年的管理学习与教育学院进行了评议。

Oliver曾在数十家公司和大学担任教练和顾问。他还设计并教授了许多关于学士,硕士,博士和高管教育水平的课程,包括混合和大规模开放的在线课程,如Coursera MOOC ‘Managing Responsibly’。

教学简介

战略管理:流程与实践 (BUSI3142, UG)

企业社会责任策略(CSR) (P14087, PG)

研究哲学 (P15F06, PhD)

高级定性研究方法 (P15F09, PhD)

研究简介

Oliver的研究结合了两个相关领域。第一个领域是商业模式变革和可持续、责任和道德创新。第二个领域是负责管理的学习和教育,学习学生和实践者的学习成为一个“负责任”的管理者。Oliver还对管理和学术实践的形成性研究感兴趣,并且喜欢通过一个建构主义的视角来看待世界。

研究兴趣

  • 负责管理(学习及教育)
  • 商业模式的变革与创新
  • 非均匀组织和组织

发表文章

Laasch, O. & Pinkse, J. (2019). How the leopards got their spots: Embedding responsibility into business models as strategic response across spaces of institutional complexity. Long Range Planning. [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lrp.2019.101891]

Laasch, O., Moosmayer, D., Arp, F. (2019), Responsible practices in the wild: An actor-network perspective on mobile apps in learning as translation(s), Journal of Business Ethics.[https://doi.org/10.1007/s10551-019-04214-8]

Boons, F. & Laasch, O. (2019), Business models for sustainable development: A process perspective, Journal of Business Models, 7(1), 9-12.

Laasch, O., Jamali, D., Freeman, E. & Suddaby, R. (2019, forthcoming). The research handbook on responsible management. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Moosmayer, D., Laasch, O., Parkes, C. & Brown, K. (2019, forthcoming). The SAGE handbook of responsible management learning and education. Thousand Oaks: Sage.

Laasch, O., & Conaway, R. N. (2019, forthcoming, 2nd ed.). Principles of responsible management: Glocal sustainability, responsibility, ethics. Stamford: Cengage.

Laasch, O. (2018). An actor-network perspective on business models: How ‘Being Responsible’ led to incremental but pervasive change. Long Range Planning [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lrp.2018.04.002].

Laasch, O. (2018). Beyond the purely commercial business model: Organizational value logics and the heterogeneity of sustainability business models. Long Range Planning, 51(1), 158-183.

Laasch, O. (2017). The slow professor: Challenging the culture of speed in the Academy. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 16(4), 624-626.

Christopher, E., Laasch, O., & Roberts, J. (2017). Pedagogical innovation and paradigm shift in the introduction to management curriculum. Journal of Management Education, 41(6), 787-793.

Randles, S. & Laasch, O. (2016). Theorising the normative business model (NBM). Organization and Environment, 29(1), 53-73.

Christopher, E., Laasch, O. & Roberts, J. (2016). New approaches to introduction to management courses. Journal of Management Education, 40 (2), 223– 225.

Laasch, O. & Conaway, R. N. (2016). Responsible business: A textbook for management learning, competence and innovation (2nd ed.). Sheffield: Greenleaf.

Laasch, O., & Conaway, R. N. (2015). Principles of responsible management: Glocal sustainability, responsibility, ethics. Stamford: Cengage. [Translated to Mandarin Chinese, Spanish and Portuguese]

Laasch, O. (2014). Book review: Embedded sustainability: The next big competitive advantage by C. Laszlo and N. Zhexembayeva. Journal of Sustainable Mobility 1(2).

Csuri, M., Laasch, O., Nahsher, R. & Weybrecht, G. (Eds.) (2013). Inspirational guide for the implementation of PRME: Learning to go beyond. Sheffield: Greenleaf.

Conaway, R., & Laasch, O. (2012). Communication in responsible business: Strategies, concepts and cases. New York: Business Expert Press.

Laasch, O., & Yang, J. (2011). Rebuilding dynamics between corporate social responsibility and international development on the search for shared value. KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering, 15(2), 231-238.

Laasch, O., & Conaway, R. (2011). "Making it do" at the movie theatres: Communicating sustainability at the workplace. Business Communication Quarterly, 74(1), 68-78.

Laasch, O. (2010). Strategic CSR. In W. Visser, D. Matten, M. Pohl, & N. Tolhurst, The a-z of corporate social responsibility (2nd ed) (pp. 378-380). Chichester: Wiley.

Laasch, O. & Flores, U. (2010). Implementing profitable CSR: The CSR 2.0 business compass. In M. Pohl, & N. Tolhurst, Responsible business: How to manage a CSR strategy successfully (pp. 289-309). Chichester: Wiley.

Mocny, F. & Laasch, O. (2010). Inspirational guide implementing PRME in executive education. New York: United Nations PRME.

会议报告

‘How the leopards got their spots: A typology of corporate responsibility business models’, 3rd Annual Conference on New Business Models, Sofia, 2018 (won Annual Best Paper Cloverleaf Award).

‘Communicative cocreation in Europe and China: Revisiting corporate responsibility communication strategies in the age of social media’, European Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Reykjavik, 2018 (nominated for best conference paper award) and Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, 2018.

‘Assembling organizational practices: The evolving business model of Allsafe’, Asian Council of Small Business Annual Conference, Tokyo, 2018.

‘Living the good life: App-enabled situated learning of sustainability, responsibility and ethics practices’, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, 2018.

‘How “Being Responsible” changed The Company: An actor-network perspective on business models’, paper presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Atlanta, 2017.

‘How the leopard got its spots: Commercial and responsibility logics in FTSE100 business models’, paper presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Atlanta, 2017.

‘Responsible management competences: Building a portfolio for professional competence’, paper presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, 2016.

‘Embedding CRS into business models: The dynamics between devices and de-facto business models’, panel presentation for the PDW ‘Innovating for sustainability: The state of the art and beyond’, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, 2016.

‘Income inequality: Value flow analysis, market narratives, and organizational practice’, paper presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, 2016.

‘Designing humanistic business models from paradigmatic practice’, paper presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver, 2015.

‘A competence-based approach to responsible management education in practice’, panel presentation for the PDW ‘Responsible management education in action’, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver, 2015.

‘Cross-curricular integration techniques – How to use a combined set of concepts, cases, and themes, to integrate sustainability, responsibility, and ethics, into any course?’, panel presentation for the PDW ‘Responsible management education in action’ Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, 2014.

‘Religious words: Furthering or hindering progress towards responsible management education?’, panel presentation for the PDW ‘Harnessing the power of spiritual and religious words’ Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, 2014.

‘An Integrative Model of Stakeholder Communication’, 76th Annual Convention of the Association for Business Communication, Montreal, 2011.

‘Strategic CSR: The CSR 2.0 Business Compass’, International Entrepreneurship (IntEnt) & family business conference, Monterrey, 2009.