Prof. Dr. Daniel Geiger
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Chair for Organization Studies
Consultation hours: Monday 2 pm - 3 pm (Please make an appointment via email: carolin.wagener"AT"wiso.uni-hamburg.de).
Note: there are NO regular consultation-hours during the semester break.
Since April 2013 Daniel Geiger is a Professor and Holder of the Chair for Organization Studies at the University of Hamburg (Germany). Prior to this, from April 2010 until March 2013, he has been Professor and Chairholder for International Management at the University of Kaiserslautern (Germany).
He has a degree in Business Administration (Dipl.-Kfm.) from Freie Universität Berlin and studied business administration in Berlin, New York (USA) and Paris (France) (1994-2000).
He also received his PhD from Freie Universität Berlin at the Institute for Management (Prof. Georg Schreyögg) with a work on the epistemological foundations of knowledge management (2005).
After completing his PhD he worked as a Research Fellow of the Advanced Institute of Management Research (AIM) at the University of Liverpool Management School (UK) where he was co-leading an international research project interested in the evolution and change of organizational practices (2005-2007).
Following this he worked as Assistant/Associate Professor for Organization Studies at the University of Linz (Austria) where he also received his habilitation in November 2009.
Prof. Geiger’s research interests culminate around organizational knowledge and change processes and he is particularly interested in practices-based approaches for studying organizational change processes. Recently he is exploring the practices of how organizations manage unexpected events. His research has been presented on all major national and international management conference and it is published in leading national and international journals such as Organization, Organization Studies, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, Management Learning, sbr, zfbf, zfb, DBW, zfo.
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Prices and Awards
2010: Douglas McGregor Memorial Award (together with Elena Antonacopoulou) for the best paper published in the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science in 2009.
2009: Best Paper Award for Young Scholars “Kommission Organisation” for a paper on virtual knowledge sharing
2009: Handelsblattranking: Place 122 out of the 200 most published Professors for Business Administration in German speaking countries (Place 64 among scholars below 40)