Doktorandin am Lehrstuhl für BWL, insb. Unternehmensführung und Organisation
Raum: HG 023
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My current research activities focus on strategic management, organizations, and (evolutionary) psychology, in particular on strategic decision-making such as heuristics and change of decision patterns. Furthermore, I am interested in the influence of disruptive innovation on nascent organizations and firms, such as strategic paths, sustainable transition, and client-customer interplay, in particular through the emergence of autonomous driving cars. Further topics of my research engage in strategic practices and temporality, time and space of firms (including early-stage startups). Empirically, I am especially interested in process studies of nascent organizations and firms, ecosystems and institutions fostering organizational change and their strategic development. My empirical research is focused on tailor-made process studies including ethnography, case studies and (processual) experimental studies.
Rauch, M, Wenzel, M, Wagner H-T. forthcoming. "The digital disruption of strategic paths: An experimental study.” Proceedings of the 37th International Conference on Information Systems, Dublin, Ireland
Wenzel, M, Rauch, M, Koch, J, Hartmann, M. 2017. Deliberate strategy-making as myth and ceremony: A dramaturgical analysis. 9th International Symposium on Process Organization Studies, June, Kos, Greece.
Wenzel, M, Rauch, M, Koch, J, Hartmann, M. 2017. Staged strategy-making: How top managers enact induced strategic actions. 33rd EGOS Colloquium, July, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Rauch, M, Wenzel, M, Koch, J. 2017. "Exploring Heuristics in the Strategy Process: The Relationship to Scope of Actions and the Environment. Strategic Management Society Special Conference, March, Milan, Italy.
Rauch, M, Wenzel, M, Wagner H-T. 2016. "The digital disruption of path-dependent business models. An experimental study. 37th International Conference on Information Systems, Dublin, Ireland
Rauch, M, Wenzel, M, Koch, J. 2016. „Heuristics in the strategy process: Opening the black box". 6th AMOR Conference, September, Hamburg, Germany.
Rauch, M, Wenzel, M, Koch, J. 2016. "Decision-constraining heuristics in the strategy process: Opening the black box". 76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, August, Anaheim, USA.
Rauch, M., Wenzel, M., Koch, J. 2016. (Non-) Decision-Making in the Strategy Process: Exploring „Decision-Constraining Heuristics“. 8th International Process Symposium, Corfu, Greece.
Rauch, M., Wenzel, M. & Wagner, H. T. 2016. The digital disruption of path-dependent business models: An experimental study of digital disruption. Paper presented at König Forschungskolloquium, Berlin, Germany.
Rauch, M., & Koch, J. 2015. Revisiting Strategic Decision-Making: Heuristics, Simple Rules, Rules of Thumb and their relationship to Dynamic Capabilities. 9th Strategic Competence Management (SKM) Symposium, Bochum, Germany.
Hartmann, M., Koch, J.& Rauch, M. 2015. Reflecting on dynamic capabilities research and its approaches to explain organizational success. SKM Symposium, Bochum, Germany.
Rauch, M., & Wagner, D. 2015. Dynamic Capabilities: Bridging Diverging Conversations. Annual meeting of the Academy of Management Conference, Vancouver, BC.
Rauch, M., Koch, J., Eisend, M. 2015. The influence of heuristics on dynamic capabilities. 31st EGOS Colloquium, July, Athens, Greece.
03/2012 – 12/2012 Maternity cover for HR Manager, IMS GEAR Mexico
01/2012 – 02/2012 Internship in the Department of HR, IMS GEAR Germany
02/2011 – 07/2011 Internship in the Department of HR, Bosch Siemens Home Appliance New Bern, NC, USA
07/2009 – 09/2009 Internship in the Department of HR, Siemens AG
Doktorandenprogramm in "Dynamic Capabilities and Relationships" (Scholarship), Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder) & German Graduate School of Management and Law, Heilbronn
Empirical Research Methods Summer School; Courses: Experimental Design (Gerald Häubl) and Regression II (Timothy McDaniel). University St. Gallen, Switzerland
01/2013 – 02/2014
Studies of Management and International Business. Nottingham Business School, United Kingdom, Degree: Master of Science (Distinction)
07/2013 – 08/2013
Studies of International Management in China and Mandarin, Beijing Language and Culture University, China
10/2008 – 11/2012
Studies of Business Administration and HRM, University of Pforzheim, Germany, Degree: Bachelor of Science
08/2011 – 12/2011
Studies of International Business (exchange semester), Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM), Campus Queretaro, Mexico
- Academy of Management (since 2014)
- European Group of Organization Studies (since 2015)
- Strategic Management Society (since 2015)
- Association of Information Systems (since 2016)
Reviewer Journal of Strategy and Management, 2016 - present
International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI), 2016 - present
Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, 2015 – present
International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), 2015 - present
Strategic Competence Management (SKM), 2015 - present
Organizer Symposium on Strategic Decision-Making. 2016: Strategic Decision-Making in discontinuously evolving environment. Academy of Management Conference, Vancouver, BC. (together with Atefeh Mazghi)
Symposium on Dynamic Capabilities. 2015: Bridging Diverging Conversations. Academy of Management Conference, Vancouver, BC. (together with David Wagner)
Co-organizer Workshop on “Experimental Design” with Nicole Koschate-Fischer, German Graduate School, Heilbronn, Germany in February 2016 (together with Miriam Lohrmann)
Seit 4/2015 – heute Dozentin für “International Management”, University of Technology and Economics Berlin, Germany
Ph.D. Stipendium der Dieter-Schwarz Stiftung, 04/2014 – heute
Vice-Chancellor scholarship for Summer School at BLCU, Beijing, China – 2013
Deutsch (Muttersprache), Englisch (fließend), Spanisch (fließend), Französisch (Basis) & Mandarin (Basis)