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About

Prof. Dr. Maximiliane Wilkesmann and Prof. Dr. Uwe Wilkesmann are a research couple and both work at the TU Dortmund Universityin Germany.

In their spare time, they also like to devote themselves to research topics that are related to their key research topics but are not at the centre of everyday research activities. You can find out exactly what these topics are on this website.

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Maximiliane
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Curriculum Vitae

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SELECTED ENGLISH PUBLICATIONS

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2020 Wilkesmann, U/Wilkesmann, M.: (Fine Dining) Restaurants in the Corona-Crisis. Discussion Paper of the Center of Higher Education, TU Dortmund University, 2020 (2): Download.
2020 Wilkesmann, U/Lauer, S.: The influence of teaching motivation and New Public Management on academic teaching, Studies in Higher Education, 45:2, 434-451, [DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2018.1539960].
2019 Lauer, S./Wilkesmann, U.: How the institutional environment affects collegial exchange about teaching at German research universities: findings from a nationwide survey. Tertiary Education and Management 25. [doi.org/10.1007/s11233-019-09020-5].
2019 Rüsch, S./Lachmann, M./Bastini, K./Wilkesmann. M.: The effects of entrepreneurial orientation on strategy choice and management control in nonprofit organizations, in: Problems & Perspectives in Management 1 (3): 153-168 [DOI: 10.21511/ppm.17(3).2019.13].
2019 Wilkesmann. M./Ruiner, C./Apitzsch, B./Salloch, S.: »I want to break free« – German locum physicians between managerialism and professionalism, in: Professions & Professionalism, 10 (1): e3124 [https://doi.org/10.7577/pp.3124].
2018 Wilkesmann. M./Wilkesmann, U.: Industry 4.0 – Organizing Routines or Innovations?, in: VINE – The journal of information and knowledge management systems, 48 (2): 238-254 [https://doi.org/10.1108/VJIKMS-04-2017-0019].
2018 Salloch, S./Apitzsch, B./Wilkesmann. M../Ruiner, C.: Locum physicians’ professional ethos. A qualitative interview study from Germany, in: BMC Health Services Research [https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-018-3118-6].
2018 Ruiner, C./Wilkesmann, M./Apitzsch, B.: Voice through exit: Changing working conditions by independent contractors’ participation, in: Economic and Industrial Democracy [https://doi.org/10.1177/0143831X17738041].
2017 Lauer, S./Wilkesmann, U.: The governance of organizational learning: Empirical evidence from best-practice universities in Germany. The Learning Organization 24:266-277.
2017 Ruiner, C./Apitzsch, B./Hagemann, V./Salloch, S./Schons, L. M./Wilkesmann. M.: Locum Doctors – Curse or Blessing for Hospital’s Performance?, International Journal of Employment Studies, 25(2): 61-82 [https://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=375857054255873;res=IELAPA].
2017 Wilkesmann, U.: Social inequality in German football. Does money score goals? Discussion Paper of the Center of Higher Education, TU Dortmund University, 2017 (1): Download.
2016 Wilkesmann. M.: Ignorance Management in Hospitals, in: VINE – The journal of information and knowledge management systems, 46 (4): 430-449 [https://doi.org/10.1108/VJIKMS-08-2016-0046].
2016 Wilkesmann, U.: Teaching matters, too – Different ways of governing a disregarded institution. In: Leisyte, Liudvika / Wilkesmann, Uwe (eds.). Organizing academic work in higher education: Teaching, learning, and identities. New York, London: Routledge, pp. 33–54.
2015 Wilkesmann, U./Sabine Lauer: What affects the teaching style of German professors? Evidence from two nationwide surveys. Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft 18 (4): 713-736.
2015 Wilkesmann, U.: Imaginary contradictions of university governance. In: Welpe, M.; Wollersheim, J.; Ringelhan, S.; Osterloh, M. (eds.): Incentives and Performance – Governance of Research Organizations. Berlin: Springer: 189-205.
2014 Wilkesmann, U./Schmid, C.J.: Intrinsic and internalized modes of teaching motivation. Evidence-based Human Resource Management 2 (1): 6-27.
2013 Wilkesmann U.: Effects of transactional and transformational governance on academic teaching – Empirical evidence from two types of higher education institutions. Tertiary Education and Management 19 (4): 281-300.
2012 Wilkesmann, U./Schmid, C.J.: The impacts of new governance on teaching at German universities. Findings from a national survey in Germany. Higher Education 63: 33-52.
2011 Wilkesmann, M./Wilkesmann, U.: Knowledge Transfer as interaction between experts and novices supported by technology.
 VINE – The journal of information and knowledge management systems, 41(2): 96-112. [ausgezeichnet mit dem EMERALD LITERATI NETWORK AWARD 2012 (highly recommended paper)].
2011 Wilkesmann U./Blutner, D./Müller, C.: German football: Organizing for the European top. Gammelsaeter, H. & Senaux, B. (eds.): The Organisation and Governance of Top Football Across Europe. Routledge: 138 – 153.
2009 Wilkesmann, U./Wilkesmann, M./Virgillito, A.: The absence of cooperation is not necessarily defection: Structural and motivational constraints of knowledge transfer in a social dilemma situation. In: Organization Studies, 30(10): 1114-1164.
2009 Wilkesmann, U./Fischer, H./Wilkesmann, M.: Cultural characteristics of knowledge transfer in Hong Kong and Germany. In: Journal of Knowledge Management, 13: 464-477.
2002 Wilkesmann, U./Blutner, D.: Going public: The Organizational Restructuring of German football Clubs. Soccer and Society 3: 19-37.