I continuously pursue teaching excellence and innovation in various roles at the Dept. of Strategic Management & Entrepreneurship, especially in courses that straddle the line between theory and practice.
Experienced in coordinating and teaching large undergrad courses such as RSM's first-year capstone Strategic Business Plan, as well as our (fulltime and parttime) MSc programmes.
In earlier research-focused positions, I studied the role of rhetorics, narratives and legitimacy in the diffusion of management ideas, and published in international journals such as Strategic Organization, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science and Scandinavian Journal of Management.
J.J. Nijholt, P.J. Bezemer & P. Reinmoeller (2016). Following fashion: Visible progressiveness and the social construction of firm value. Strategic Organization, 14 (3), 220-247. doi: 10.1177/1476127015617673
J. Benders, R. Huys, J.J. Nijholt & G. van Hootegem (2010). Trends in de prevalentie van zelfsturende teams in Nederland en Vlaanderen. Tijdschrift voor Arbeidsvraagstukken, 26 (4), 454-463.
J.J. Nijholt & J. Benders (2007). Coevolution in management fashions - the case of self-managing teams in the Netherlands. Group and Organization Management, 32 (4), 628-652. doi: 10.1177/1059601106293781