I am an Associate Professor at the Budapest Business School, Department of Management. I graduated as an industrial engineer, teacher, and manager at the University of West Hungary. I earned my MBA and PhD at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. I have been teaching primarily Human Resource Management, Leadership, Quality Management, Organizational Behavior and Research Methodology, since 2007. For the period of 2015-2020, based on the number of Scopus articles, I was the most productive researcher of Budapest Business School, according to SciVal. My number of performed reviews for academic journals exceeds one hundred, which puts me in a leading position in my research fields in Hungary, according to Publons. I am a Regional Editor for Central Europe of the International Journal of Emergency Services (Emerald; Scopus, WoS), an Associate Editor of the Iranian Journal of Management Studies (University of Tehran; Scopus, WoS), and a Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Management Decision (Emerald; Scopus, WoS).