From 2012-2015 Maike received her Bachelor of Science in International Business Administration at the University of Twende in Enschede, the Netherlands. She specialized in Human Resources Management and Business to Business Marketing.
During her Bachelors, she spent a semester abroad at the University of Macedonia in Thessaloniki, Greece. Here, amongst other things, she studied International Law and Positive Psychology.
She obtained her Master of Science in Culture, Organization and Management at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands from 2015-2016. Her specializations here were within the fields of changing organizational cultures and transnational organizations in a global world.
Maike gained practical experience especially in 2016, where she supported the municipality of Wageningen on a project concerning the New Ways of Working, which served the basis for her master thesis. After her masters, he worked as a research assistant at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, where she worked within the field of social resilience and cluster analysis.
In 2017 she worked as a Junior Online Marketeer within a Dutch clothing company, for the German market until she started as a PhD candidate at Daimler’s InnoLab in Bremen in October 2017.
At the InnoLab, Maike is concerned with questions concerning the future of work and the respective „megatrends“.
- The future of work and megatrends such as New Work or Sharing Economy
- Asynchronous Change Processes
- New Business Models