is professor of organizational learning at the Department of Business and Management at Aalborg University. He teaches and does research within the areas of sustainability, leadership and management education, learning in organizations, communication and CSR. He is an expert in storytelling, materiality, ethics and power in organizations. Kenneth has authored and co-authored numerous books, journal articles and chapters in edited books. Some of his most important publications include Power without Glory (CBS Press), Critical Narrative Inquiry (Nova Science Publishers), The Meaning of Local Knowledges (Scandinavian Journal of Management), Resituating Narrative and Story in Business Ethics (Business Ethics: A European Perspective). Kenneth is currently involved in numerous projects on sustainability together with companies, public organizations and NGOs.