Petra Poljsak-Rosinski earned a PhD in business and management from the University of Manchester, for which she had been awarded a competitive ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) case scholarship. In her PhD thesis, she investigated the attainment and consequences of contextual ambidexterity in pharmaceutical R&D work-units. Her research interests lie in the micro-foundations of strategic management, which entails the investigation of group-level attitudes and their impact on work-unit level outcomes, such as contextual performance and ambidextrous behaviours. She has recently completed a postgraduate certificate in higher education and become a fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy. Her pedagogical pursuits include the exploration of innovative practices in teaching and learning, curriculum internationalisation and embedding employability into higher-education teaching agenda. Prior to joining Berlin International University of Applied Sciences, she worked as a lecturer at Coventry University and as a business executive in the UK pharmaceutical industry.