Professor Angehrn's research activities concentrate on the impact of information and communication technologies & networks on learning, change and collaboration processes within and across organizations, and on the design of innovative solutions to management learning, including the design of advanced simulations, intelligent agents and virtual learning spaces.
His research work has received various international awards, and his publications may be found in academic journals such as Communications of the ACM, Journal of Management Information Systems, European Management Journal, Interfaces, Interacting with Computers, Information Systems Management, Human Systems Management, Decision Support Systems, European Journal of Operations Research ─ and others, including articles in The Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal. He has also contributed to chapters of several books.
Professor Angehrn has directed the INSEAD Executive Programmes "Competing in the Information Age" and "Leadership in the Knowledge Society (LinKS)", and has offered MBA courses such as "Organizational Computing" and "CyberEntrepreneurship" along with workshops such as the European Roundtable (ERT) on the subject "Are European managers ready for leadership in the Information Society" or "Value Creation with Communities of Practice (CoP Workshop)". He is currently active in presenting his latest research via INSEAD Online.
In the frame of INSEAD's Centre for Advanced Learning Technologies (CALT), Professor Angehrn has designed a variety of multimedia and internet-based management learning and development tools through the CALT portfolio of projects, including: the EIS Simulation, now adopted by schools such as Stanford, MIT, Duke or Columbia University, and also the LingHe Simulation, which allows managers to experience the challenge of interacting and driving change within a Chinese organization.
Professor Angehrn explores new, effective ways to model and improve learning, change and collaboration processes at the individual, group, organizational, inter-organizational and community levels. His research projects have been sponsored by European Community Research Funds and the European Space Agency, while his academic and industry partners on these projects have included: IKEA from Sweden; American companies such as IBM and HP; Pfizer, SAP and BMW from Germany; the FIAT Group and Unicredit from Italy; French Eutelsat; the Scottish Government; the Danish Finance Ministry; and the Swedish Trade Council.