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E. Nathues (Ellen)

About Me

Ellen is a PhD student at University of Twente, Faculty of Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences. Her research interests focus on organizational communication, social interaction, and team learning; and her PhD-project is centered on how interorganizational teams work and learn from each other across and around member differences. Prior to starting her PhD, Ellen completed a MSc in Communication Studies (Corporate Communication, Cum Laude) at University of Twente and gained industry experience in an international corporation as Marketing Manager (EMEA).

Ellen is also part of BMS PhDs for PhDs, an initiative that aims at strengthening the PhD network within and beyond the faculty of BMS and advises the BMS Faculty Board regarding PhD policy. 

 

 

Expertise

Business & Economics
Authority
Conceptualization
Constitution
Interaction
Organization Studies
Organizational Communication
Strategic Goals
Social Sciences
Dialogue

Research

Publications

Recent
Nathues, E. , Endedijk, M. , & van Vuuren, M. (2021). Coauthoring direction when voices are many and authority is ambiguous. Paper presented at 71st Annual International Communication Association conference 2021, United States.
Nathues, E. , & Endedijk, M. (2020). Exploring perceived differences in interorganizational teams: Helping or hindering collaboration?. Abstract from EARLI SIG 14 Conference: Professional Learning and Development 2020, Barcelona, Spain.
Nathues, E. , van Vuuren, M., & Cooren, F. (2020). Speaking about vision, talking in the name of so much more: A methodological framework for ventriloquial analyses in organization studies. Paper presented at 70th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association 2020, Gold Coast , Queensland, Australia.

Affiliated Study Programmes

Master

Contact Details

Visiting Address

University of Twente
Drienerlolaan 5
7522 NB Enschede
The Netherlands

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Mailing Address

University of Twente
P.O. Box 217
7500 AE Enschede
The Netherlands