Dr M.E.M. Lansu (Monic)
Assistant professor - Methods
Monic Lansu is a researcher at the Institute for Management Research, Radboud University in the Netherlands. Her research topic is participatory intervention methods supporting decision making and organizational change, such as group model building, scenario development and multicriteria decision analysis.
Equipped with a career in business, a lifelong interest in gender, and a recent master in social psychology, specializing in social psychological barriers to gender equality, Monic started a PhD-research with Radboud University in February 2014. Her action research focused on how participatory modeling – group model building – works as an intervention method towards gender equality in science. The research was funded by the EU FP7 project EGERA (Effective Gender Equality in
Since securing her PhD, Monic is affiliated with Radboud University as an assistant professor in the Methodology chair. Her research focuses on power dynamics in decision-making processes. A recent interest is the role of the motivational theory of regulatory focus in decision-making and intervention processes.
- intervention methods
- Hotspot Gender and Power
- Lansu, M.E.M., Bleijenbergh, I.L. & Benschop, Y.W.M. (2020). Just talking? Middle managers negotiating problem ownership in gender equality interventions. Scandinavian Journal of Management, 36 (2):101110. doi: 10.1016/j.scaman.2020.101110 Full text
- Lansu, M.E.M., Bleijenbergh, I.L. & Benschop, Y.W.M. (2019). Seeing the system. Systemic gender knowledge to support transformational change towards gender equality in science. Gender, Work and Organization, 26 (11), 1589-1605. doi: 10.1111/gwao.12384 Full text
- 2014 - 2017 EGERA - Effective Gender in Research and in the Academia More information
- 2019 - 2022 National Police - supporting budgetary decision making process