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The Amsterdam Business School is part of a research-oriented university. Almost all of our dedicated lecturers have a doctoral degree, are renowned experts in their field and execute cutting-edge research. We also collaborate with external teachers, industry experts and various companies. Guest presentations, real-world business cases and joint classes with companies are the core of the MBA.

Industry insights

We collaborate with enthusiastic external teachers, industry experts and various companies. We are proud of our history of collaborations with the following companies and organisations:

  • Boston Consulting Group (BCG)
  • VodafoneZIGGO
  • Institute of Brain and Behaviour
  • Dutch government
  • The Chasm Group
  • Deloitte Strategy Consulting
  • Philips
  • Miele

Some of our lecturers

Dr. O. (Ona) Akemu

Dr A.O.P. (Ona) Akemu

Lecturer Digital Business

Ona’s research currently centers on how entrepreneurial decision makers are implicated in the emergence of firms, the crafting of organisational identity, and the maintenance of organisational boundaries.

Dr B. (Burcu) Küçükkeles

Dr B. (Burcu) Küçükkeles

Assistant Professor of Strategy

Burcu completed her PhD studies in management at ETH Zurich, where she was awarded the ETH Medal for her dissertation. Her research lies in the intersection of strategy, innovation, and entrepreneurship.

Dr. P. (Pushpika) Vishwanathan

Dr. P. (Pushpika) Vishwanathan

Section Strategy & International Business

Pushpika's research centers on the interplay between strategy and ethics, with a particular focus on the topics of corporate governance, stakeholder management, corporate social responsibility (CSR) and organisational design.

Prof. H.W. (Henk) Volberda

Prof. H.W. (Henk) Volberda

Professor of Strategic Management & Innovation

Henk is Scientific Director of the Amsterdam Centre for Business Innovation. His research focuses on various themes such as hyper-competition, technological disruption, new business models, strategic flexibility, management innovation and new forms of organisation.