Prof Dr W.H. Gijselaers

Uitgebreid profiel is alleen beschikbaar in Engels.

Wim Gijselaers holds the chair of Educational Research at the Department for Educational Research and Development, School of Business and Economics, Maastricht University, the Netherlands. His research interests include Leadership development, Organizational Learning, Team Learning, and Expertise Development. Previous research projects include: understanding the impact of learning culture on professional performance and team decision making, leadership behavior and team learning, and cognitive approaches to leadership development. His educational development work focused on the further development of Problem-Based Learning in Business Education. Next to teaching in the award-winning Master program Learning and Development in Organizations, he teaches as a visiting professor at the University of Bern (Switzerland) in a post-graduate program for Health Care Professionals. Wim is a member of several international advisory boards of Institutes for Higher Education in Europe. He serves as associate editor of the Springer Book Series Innovation and Change in Professional Education. Next, he is affiliated with the consulting firm Talent Miles (based in Helsinki). In this role, he has presented workshops for Scandinavian-based companies on topics of Innovation and Change. He was co-founder and chair of the EDINEB network in the Nineties. Next, he was the founding editor of the Springer Book Series Educational Innovation in Economics and Business. He served positions as Program Director of International Business, and Associate Dean of Education. Currently, he is chair of the department of Educational Research and Development, at the School of Business and Economics (Maastricht University). Several of his Ph.D.’s received awards for their Ph.D. Thesis, or papers presented at meetings of the American Educational Research Association, the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, and the EARLI Special Interest Group 14 “Learning and Professional Development”. According to the journal PLoS Biol, 2020, 18(10): e3000918, Wim Gijselaers ranks in the top 2% of scientists of their main subfield discipline on the career-spanning list 2019.