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Prof. Dr. Nancy Landrum

Nancy Landrum promovierte an der New Mexico State University in strategischem Management und Corporate Social Responsibility. Sie wurde für ihre Forschungs-, Lehr- und Serviceleistungen im Bereich Nachhaltigkeit ausgezeichnet, u. a. mit zwei Fulbright-Preisen und als „Eco-Hero“ des Bundesstaates Arkansas. Sie verfügt über internationale Erfahrung in den USA, Europa und Asien.

Vor ihrer Ernennung zur MBS-Professorin für Sustainable Business Transformation lehrte Nancy Landrum an der Loyola University Chicago, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and Morehead State University. Als Gastprofessorin ist sie an der Les Roches Global Hospitality Education in Crans Montana, Schweiz tätig und ist Mitautorin von "Sustainable Business: An Executive's Primer", Mitbegründerin des Sustainable Business Network of Central Arkansas, Leiterin von Sustainable Business Design Consulting und Gründerin des Sustainability Training Institute.

An der MBS: Professorin für Sustainable Business Transformation


Schwerpunkte: sustainability management, biomimicry, strong sustainability, circular economy


Landrum, N. (2021).

A critical discourse analysis to explain the failure of BoP strategies. Critical Perspectives on International Business, 17(4), 599-618.

Landrum, N. (2021).

The Global Goals: Bringing Education for Sustainable Development into U.S. business schools. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 22(6), 1336-1350.

Landrum, N., Ohsowski, B. (2018).

Identifying worldviews on corporate sustainability: A content analysis of corporate sustainability reports. Business Strategy and the Environment, 27(1), 128-151. (31.01.2018)

Landrum, N. (2018).

Stages of Corporate Sustainability: Integrating the Strong Sustainability Worldview. Organization & Environment, 31(4), 287-313.

Landrum, N., Ohsowski, B. (2017).

Content trends in sustainable business education: An analysis of introductory courses in the USA. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 18(3), 385-414.

Landrum, N., Tomaka, C., McCarthy, J. (2016).

Analyzing the Religious War of Words Over Climate Change. Journal of Macromarketing, 36(4), 471-482.

Heuer, M., Landrum, N. (2016).

In search of environmental sustainability at the base of the pyramid: Enabling human nature at its core. The Journal of Corporate Citizenship, 61, 94-106.

Landrum, N., Dybzinski, R., Smajlovic, A., Ohsowski, B. (2015). Managing for resilience: Lessons from ecology. Journal of Management for Global Sustainability, 3(1), 75-99.

Landrum, N. (2015). The Job Offer: A Role Play Activity on Culture in the Workplace. Journal of International Business Education, 10, 269-290.

Landrum, N. (2014).

Defining a base of the pyramid strategy. International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets, 6(4), 286- 297. ( - 30.10.2014)

Landrum, N., Gardner, C., Boje, D. (2013).

A Values-Based and Integral Perspective of Strategic Management. Journal of Values-Based Leadership, 6(1), 106-116.

Landrum, N., Gardner, C. (2012). An Integral Theory Perspective on the Firm. International Journal of Business Insights and Transformation (Special Issue: Achieving Sustainability through Innovation), 4(3), 74-79.

Landrum, N., Daily, C. (2012). Corporate Accountability: A Path-goal Perspective. International Journal of Business Insights and Transformation (Special Issue: Achieving Sustainability through Innovation), 4(3), 50-62.

Landrum, N., Edwards, S. (2011). Is Strategic Management (Still) Responsible for the Demise of Society? International Journal of Business Insights and Transformation, 3(3), 62-69 (Special Issue: Sustainability Processes and Practices in Business Management). (31.12.2011)



Landrum, N., Edwards, S. (2012). A Primer on Sustainable Business. Flat World Knowledge.



Landrum, N. E., Mead, T. (2022).

Sustainability in the Biom*. In F. L. Palombini, & S. S. Muthu (Eds.), Bionics and Sustainable Design. Environmental Footprints and Eco-design of Products and Processes (pp. 1 - 15). Springer.

Beckmann, M., Schaltegger, S., Landrum, N. (2020). Sustainability Management from a Responsible Management Perspective. In O. Laasch, R. Suddaby, E. Freeman, & D. Jamali (Eds.), The Research Handbook of Responsible Management (pp. 122-137). Edward Elgar.

Mead, T. & Landrum, N. (2020). Bioinspiration as a Guide for Responsible Management. In O. Laasch, R. Suddaby, E. Freeman, & D. Jamali (Eds.), The Research Handbook of Responsible Management (pp. 212-226). Edward Elgar.

Landrum, N., Gardner, C., Boje, D. (2014). An Integral Foundation for International Strategic Management. In M. Pirson, & N. Lupton (Eds.), Humanistic Perspectives on International Business and Management (pp. 120-133). Palgrave Macmillan Publishers.

Landrum, N. (2012). Unintended Consequences of Business With 4 Billion: Lessons Learned From First Generation BOP Strategies. In C. Wankel, & S. Malleck (Eds.), Ethical Models and Applications of Globalization: Cultural, Socio-Political and Economic Perspectives (pp. 42-54). IGI Global.



Demastus, J., Landrum, N. E., Ohsowski, B. (2022).

The Journey to Strong Sustainability Starts With Understanding Organizational Culture. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2022(1).

Landrum, N., Edwards, S. (2016, November). Mental Models and BoP Strategies. Academy of International Business – Southeast USA Chapter Conference, Tampa, FL.

Landrum, N., Päster, P. (2017, November). A Case Study of Supply Chain Transportation Emissions. International Interdisciplinary Business-Economics Advancement Conference, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Landrum, N. (2016, November). Survey of Sustainable Business Education. Academy of International Business –Southeast USA Chapter Conference, Tampa, FL.



Landrum, N. (2012). Sustainable Business Certification Program. Sustainable Business Network of Central Arkansas)



Weathers, J., Landrum, N. (2017).

White Paper: How to Implement a Circular Economy in Chicago.

Landrum, N. (2017, April 20).

US Business Schools Failing on Climate Change. The Conversation.

Landrum, N. (2017, April 5).

Why Save the Sacred Land?: Our Environment is Under Attack. Medium.

Landrum, N. (2017, February 27).

Geoengineering: A Dangerous Tool or Climate Control of the Future? Pacific Standard.

Landrum, N. (2017, February 9).

Circular Argument: Adopting Nature’s Business Model m´May be the Best Investment. Thrive Global.

Landrum, N. (2020, April).

Fifty Years of Earth Day. Where Did We Go Wrong? The Hill.

Landrum, N. (2018, November).

Communicating Your Circular Economy Message. U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.

Landrum, N. (2018, May).

How Nature Can Teach Business to be More Sustainable.

Landrum, N. (2018, April).

How Business Can Lead a Sustainability Revolution.

Landrum, N. (2017, August 15).

Stages of Corporate Sustainability: Integrating the Strong Sustainability Worldview. SAGE Business and Management Ink. -

Landrum, N. (2014, March 17).

Sustainability as a Business Strategy. Arkansas Business.



Landrum, N. (2017, April 24).

Going Green - Why Environmental Protection is Both a Business and Legislative Concern. The Hill. (24.04.2017)

Landrum, N. (2012, April). Business Guide to Green 2012. AY Magazine. Arkansas Business Publishing Group, Vol. 24 (11), 38.

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