Martijn van der Kamp

Senior Fellow, Monash Business School, Monash University

Driven by the firm belief that only through collaboration can we face our biggest challenges, Dr. Martijn van der Kamp aims to educate, inspire and equip those who are tackling these challenges through the topics of teamwork, strategy, and leadership. As a researcher, teacher, and consultant, Martijn has worked with teams in business, government, and elsewhere on the design and implementation of teamwork and partnership strategies.

At Monash University, Martijn lectures in Leadership in the MBA program, heads the MBA integrated team program, and engages in executive education.

As the Team Science Fellow at the Australia-Indonesia Centre, Martijn supports collaboration in a network of demand-driven, interdisciplinary, research teams from 11 universities, who work across disciplines and country borders. This means attending to collaborative strategies, institutional foundations, developing researchers' collaborative skills, and facilitating teams on their journey to drive impact in South Sulawesi.

Experience

  • 2016–present
    Scholarly Teaching Fellow, Monash Business School

Education

  • 2015 
    Melbourne Business School, Melbourne University, PhD in Organizational Behaviour
  • 2008 
    Erasmus University Rotterdam, Master of Science in Business Administration
  • 2005 
    Rotterdam Business School, Hogeschool Rotterdam, Bachelor Business Administration

Research Areas

  • Business And Management (1503)
  • Organisational Behaviour (150311)