Ms. Anastasiia Lutsenko is a M.Phil. Graduate in Business Research from Monarch Business School Switzerland. She is presently a Ph.D. in Innovation Candidate at Monarch. She is also concurrently a doctoral student researcher at the Max Plank Institute. She holds a Masters in Management with Honors (in 2011) and a Bachelor in Management with Honors (in 2009) from the National Technical University of Ukraine �Kiev Polytechnic Institute� (Ukraine).
Presently, she is a passionate innovation management expert with over 15 years of experience in academia and the business environment. Ms. Lutsenko is driven by the idea of freedom of thought and the willingness to increase transparency and create a motivating and resilient democratic environment through science and art. In her actions, she is following technocratic principles. Her academic interests include entrepreneurial orientation, organizational learning, innovations management, leading change, emerging economies and international business.
She has published in marketing, human resource management, project and innovation management. She has won and been awarded several international academic scholarships and awards, including the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition Scholarship for visiting researchers, Marketing Trust Scholarship (twice), Outstanding Student Leadership Award In Recognition �For Demonstrating Exceptional Leadership Skills, Outstanding Student Leadership Award by ACBSP, Erasmus Mundus Consortium Scholarship, etc.
Since 2010, she has held part-time lectureships (in Marketing studies) and served as Executive Project Manager at The International Relations Department at the “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”. Moreover, she performed as Scientific Editor for Alexander von Humboldt Club, Ukraine and worked for international projects funded by the European Commission and the United Nations. And from 2016 through 2019, she was a Professor of Innovation Management at Monarch Business School (Switzerland).
Since 2016, she has put her best efforts into developing the Academ.City Innovation Park Project at the National Academy of Science of Ukraine. In 2017, she was an International Visiting Research Trainee at the School of Administrative Studies, York University, Canada. From 2019 till the present, she has held the position of the Scientific Coordinator of the Academ.City Innovation Park development (funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research of Germany). And, from 2019 till 2021, she has served as a Regional Expert (on Innovation Ecosystems) at Humboldt University in Berlin (Academ.City Innovation Park project). In 2020, representing the National Academy of Science of Ukraine, she worked on the new Law on Innovation Development version at The Ukrainian Parliament, Kyiv, Ukraine. From 2015 till present, Ms. Anastasiia Lutsenko has been a member of: he Academy of Marketing, United Kingdom, The British Academy of Management, United Kingdom, The CINet � Continuous Innovation Network, Denmark.