Bio

I am interested in how organizations make progress on grand challenges and the social and environmental aspects of new business models and technologies.  One stream of work investigates novel organizational approaches, with a focus on how and what actors value and the role of power.  A second stream investigates interrelations between technology and society from an organizational perspective, especially in healthcare.  I also work with foresight and scenario methodologies.

I have degrees from Northwestern University (BA), IESE Business School (MBA) and the Hertie School of Governance (PhD).  During my PhD, I was a visiting researcher at the Copenhagen Business School and Stanford University. Prior to my academic career, I worked on new product innovation and product marketing at HERE, the location division of Nokia.

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Recent publications

  1. Introduction - A compelling call to address the grand challenges thro…

    Angeli, F., Raab, J., & Metz, A. (2022). Introduction: A compelling call to address the grand challenges through new forms of organising. In F. Angeli, A. Metz, & J. Raab (Eds.), Organizing for sustainable development: Addressing the grand challenges (pp. 1-14). Routledge.
  2. Organizing for sustainable development - Addressing the grand challen…

    Angeli, F., Metz, A., & Raab, J. (2022). Organizing for sustainable development: Addressing the grand challenges. Routledge.
  3. Learning in hybrid organizations - A systematic literature review

    Marinov, K., Metz, A., Alexander, K., & Angeli, F. (2022). Learning in hybrid organizations: A systematic literature review. In F. Angeli, A. Metz, & J. Raab (Eds.), Organizing for sustainable development: Addressing the grand challenges (pp. 73-99). Routledge.
  4. Editing the diabetes field ideology - The interplay between instituti…

    Metz, A. (Accepted/In press). Editing the diabetes field ideology: The interplay between institutional work and field ideological artifacts. In The 36th European Group for Organization Studies Colloquium
  5. Eindverslag COVID-19 programma: Preconditions for Covid-19 mobile app…

    Metz, A. (Accepted/In press). Eindverslag COVID-19 programma: Preconditions for Covid-19 mobile apps: A feature-level investigation of user acceptance based on insights from South Korea and Canada, applied in the Netherlands.

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