MA in Corporate Communication, Aarhus University, Business & Social Science – Denmark
BA in Marketing and Management Communication, Aarhus University, Business & Social Science – Denmark
Marianne Livijn is an Industrial Ph.D. student from Aarhus University, Denmark. Her research focuses on organizational design and how managers at different organizational levels work with organizational design to achieve strategic objectives. Marianne has a special interest in understanding how structures and people interact, and how macro-level organizational designs influence micro-level dynamics. Marianne has taught organizational behavior at BA level for a number of years and is currently teaching executive education programs at Copenhagen Business School. Marianne has industry experience from a management position in the industry and senior consultant in UKON, a consultancy specialized in organizational psychology.
Selected Publications, News & Honors
- Livijn, M. (2018). The Management of Misfit – How Functional Managers Adpat Macro Design. Working paper.
- Lindhard, L. & Livijn, M. (2017): Tæt på ledelse – feedback, som rykker performance og engagement (Go Close – Feedback that Moves Performance and Engagement to the Next Level) In: Trillingsgaard, A. Feedback Gentænkt (Rethinking Feedback), Dansk Psykologisk Forlag (Danish Psychological Publishing)
- Fogsgaard, M.K.; Livijn, M. & Lindhard, J.(2015) Ud af Siloen – Organisatoriske faldgruber og muligheder i tværgående samarbejde med individuelle mål (Out of the Silo – Organizational Pitfalls and Opportunities in Cross-Functional Collaboration with Individual Goals). In: Tidsskrift for Erhvervspsykologi (Journal of Organizational Psychology), vol. 13, no. 4, p. 50-65.
- Livijn, M & Toft, U (2017). Strategi har brug for et godt organisatorisk design (Strategy Needs a Proper Organizational Design). HR Chefen – Tidsskrift om personaleledelse, Dansk HR (HR Manager – Journal of People Management, Danish HR Association). No. 2, 2017