Prof. Dr. Nada Endrissat


Prof. Dr. Nada Endrissat Dozentin

  • Address Berner Fachhochschule
    Institut New Work
    Brückenstrasse 73
    3005 Bern


  • Teaching responsibilities MScBA; MScDBA; Executive Program

  • Research

  • Digital Transformation and New Ways of Working (NWW)


  • Master of Science in Business Administration (MScBA)

  • Master of Science in Digital Business Administration (MScDBA)

  • Executive Program

  • International Study Tour Europe (INIM)

  • Applied research projects (WPP)

  • Agility & New Work

  • Master thesis (MATH)


  • Digital transformation and New Ways of Working (NWW)

  • Creative industries

  • Affective captitalism

  • New spaces of work (coworking spaces, hackathons, social media)

  • New work identities (entrepreneurial identities, artistic identities)

  • Human-machine configurations


  • Nada Endrissat holds a Master degree in Organizational Psychology (Free University of Berlin) and a PhD in Management (University of Basel). She is currently working as Research Professor at the Institute New Work, Bern Business School. Nada has held visiting positions at the University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia (2019-2020); Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada (2017); the University of California, Irvine (2016); and Macquarie Graduate School of Management, Sydney (2008). In her research, she explores varieties of work including craft work, enchanting work and new ways of working.
  • Didactics Certificate, Basel University
    Systemic Coaching (Junior Professionals), Institut for Systemic Coaching, Wiesloch, Germany
    Master Class in European Human Resource Management, Copenhagen Business School


  • SNF Projekt (NFP 77) A future that works: cobotics, digital skills and the re-humanization of the work place (lead TI)

  • SNF Agora Projekt Smelling more, smelling differently

  • SNF Projekt New Scents in Action

  • SNF DORE Projekt Wissensduft

  • BFH Projekt Gendered IT (lead TI)

  • BFH Projekt Kreative Karrieren

  • BFH Projekt Sonifikation



  • Academy of Management (AoM)

  • European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS)

Language skills and intercultural knowledge

  • German - Native or bilingual proficiency
  • English - Full professional proficiency
  • French - Limited working proficiency