MIT – Sloan School of Management



Executive Program, Intelligent Organizations: Collaboration and the Future of Work
  • How to create competitive advantage by harnessing new organizational approaches made possible by the latest wide-ranging communications technologies.
  • How people and computers can be connected in new, creative ways so that—collectively—they act more intelligently than any person, group, or computer has ever done before.


Oracle University 2008-2010
Executive Education
  • Ethics and Business Conduct (2008, 2010)
  • Leading and Motivating, Harvard ManageMentor (2010)
  • Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (2008)
  • Sexual Harassment Awareness Course (2008)
  • Data Privacy Awareness Training (2008)
  • Dynamics of Leadership (2010)

Norwegian University of Science and Technology



Ph.D. (Technology studies)
  • Top rated dissertation (“What the Net can’t do”) on the branding efforts and knowledge practices of the high-tech industry in Silicon Valley.
  • Interviews with CEOs, venture capitalists, and high tech workers on strategy.
  • Knowledge on organizational behavior, globalization, psychology, ethics, and culture.


Haas School of Business & Dept. of Sociology, UC Berkeley 1999-2000
Visiting Fellow
Audited MBA courses. Did research at Department of Sociology, UC Berkeley (1999-2000).

Norwegian University of Science and Technology



MA. (Sociology)
  • Exchange student at various European universities (University of Naples Federico II, Italy, University of Liege, Belgium) on Erasmus Scholarships, gaining distinction (cum laude).
  • Master’s thesis in sociology on quality criteria in publishing (“The professional reader”)