Dr Claudia Jonczyk ESCP Europe (biography: http://escpeuro.pe/1aTPBv8) talks about her research into networking styles and the impact they can have on business. Claudia Jonczyk is Associate Professor of Organization Studies at ESCP Europe London campus and a visiting researcher at INSEAD. She teaches Organization and Management as well as Managing Change and Cross-Cultural Management.
Professor Jonczyk holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behaviour from the University of Geneva and a Master of Science from University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. In the context of her doctorate on narrative approaches to organizational learning she was awarded the Swiss National Science Foundation Scholarship to spend 18 months as a visiting research fellow at MITs Sloan School in Cambridge, where she worked on the topics of knowledge management and organizational learning in high-risk industries. Professor Jonczyk has also taught at the University of Geneva, Switzerland and HEC Paris. She is author and co-author of several articles, research papers and cases on knowledge management, organizational learning and the use of case studies as pedagogical devices.
Of German origin, Claudia Jonczyk has worked as a strategy consultant for LEK Consulting in Germany and the UK and for Pricewaterhouse Coopers and the Geneva Knowledge Group in Switzerland. In her current research Claudia and two colleagues from INSEAD focus on questions of personal network development and career success in high performance service organizations in the audit, law and consulting sector.