Prof. Dr. Morten Huse

Morten Huse is professor emeritus at BI Norwegian Business School. He is currently Member of the Board of Governors at Academy of Management (AOM 2019 - 2022).

Dr.oecon 1994 from Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration

Earlier and adjunct/visiting positions: include (examples)
Professor of Organisation and Management, Department of Communication and Culture, BI Norwegian Business School (2002 - 2020), Professor and Reinhard-Mohn-Chair of Management and Corporate Governance, University of Witten-Herdecke, Germany, Tor Vergata University/Magna Graecia University, University of St.Gallen, Bocconi University, Lund University, Hanken/Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration Helsinki, Centre for Church Research, Nordland Research Institute, Arthur Young, SAS International Hotels, UNI Insurance

Other appointments: include (examples of present and earlier)
Board of Governors of the Academy of Management (USA), Board chair StyreAkademiet Norway (National Association of Corporate Directors), Director of International Themes at the Academy of Management (USA), Chair Board of Representatives Nordland Music Festival, Member Advisory Board Catalyst Europe, President European Academy of Management

Areas of academic interest:
Boards of directors with focus on value creation, strategic and entrepreneurial management and the human side of corporate governance, including women directors and governance in SMEs and family firms. Other research interests include church leadership, entrepreneurship, CSR and ethics.

Some highlights:
a) Organising UNECE expert meeting on governance in SMEs (2004),
b) Best Paper Award in Journal of Management (2000),
c) Involvement in the internationalisation of the Academy of Management USA,
d) President European Academy of Management (2010-2012) and
e) Contributing to the development of a research stream about boards of directors and related networks, including EURAM, the value creating board and the development of the Norefjell-group/workshops.