Prof. dr. dr. Frank LAMBRECHTS

Prof. dr. dr. Frank LAMBRECHTS

About Me

Frank Lambrechts is a professor of Change Management & Family Business at the Faculty of Business Economics of Hasselt University (Belgium). He holds a PhD in Social Sciences (Organizational Psychology) (Tilburg University, The Netherlands) and a PhD in Business Economics (Hasselt University, Belgium and Jyväskylä University, Finland). He was the Associate Dean of the Faculty from 2018 to 2022, and was visiting professor at Jyväskylä University (Finland), Weatherhead School of Management (Case Western Reserve University, USA), and Alberta School of Business (Canada).

At the Research Center for Entrepreneurship & Family Firms (RCEF), his research focuses on the relational practices of collaboration, systemic learning, and strengths-based change (Appreciative Inquiry) in a diversity of organizational contexts, with a primary focus on family business. He has a demonstrated experience in facilitating change and learning processes in various organizations, MBA, and executive programs.

His work has been published in several international journals: Academy of Management Learning & Education, Journal of Business Ethics, Family Business Review, Technovation, Small Business Economics, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, Journal of Family Business Strategy, British Medical Journal (BMJ) Quality & Safety, Journal of Management Inquiry, Small Group Research, etc. He has also written several books for a practitioner audience. He is Associate Editor of the Journal of Family Business Strategy.

Research

Discipline codes: Business economics (05020102), Business management (05020602), Organisation and management theory (05020609), Organisational management (05020610)

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Publications

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Projects

12 research projects have been found

Education

Involved in the following courses

Academic year 2024 - 2025

Academic year 2023 - 2024