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Sarah Stanske

Graduiertenkolleg "DCR"

E-Mail Stanske@europa-uni.de

 

Research Interests

  • International Management
  • Institutional Theories
  • Leadership Processes
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Organizational Identity

Sarah Stankse: Vita

  • Education


February 2016 – present: Doctoral Program in Dynamic Capabilities and Relationships

 

 

  • European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder) and the German Graduate School of Management and Law, Heilbronn, Germany

​June 2016: Global School in Empirical Research Methods

 

 

  • Qualitative Data Analysis (Paul Mihas) and Case Study Method (Andrew Bennett),University St. Gallen, Switzerland

October 2013 – February 2016: Master of Science International Business Administration 

 

 

  • European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)

August 2014-December 2014: Exchange Semester

 

 

  • W.P. Carey School of Business (Arizona State University), USA

October 2008 – March 2013: Bachelor of Arts International Business Management

 

 

  • Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany 

September 2011 – May 2012: Exchange Semesters

 

 

  • ESC Rennes School of Business , France

 

Professional Background


October 2012 – September 2014: Working Student

 

 

  • Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany

June – August 2012: Internship in the Department of Payroll Accounting

 

 

  • Gördes, Rhöse & Collegen Consulting, Germany

February – July 2011: Internship in the Department of Business Development

 

 

  • KPMG, Germany

 

Grants and Scholarships

  • Ph.D. Scholarship of the Dieter-Schwarz Foundation

  • St. Gallen scholarship for the ICPSR Summer Program at the University of Michigan 

  • Scholarship of the Federal Republic of Germany (Deutschlandstipendium)

  • Scholarship of the European University Viadrina

  • Promos Scholarship for one semester in the U.S.

 

Publications


  • Stanske, S. 2016 “Boundary Management on a Microlevel: From Personal Preferences and Others’ Attitudes” In the Proceedings of the 30th British Academy of Management, Newcastle, England.

  • Dörrenbächer, C., Tomenendal, M., Stanske, S. (2016), Organizational Identity and Firm Growth- Properties of Growth, Contextual Identities and Micro-Level Processes, London: Macmillan Publishers Ltd., in press.

 

Book Chapters


  • Dörrenbächer, C., Tomenendal, M., Stanske, S. (2016), Organizational Identity and Firm Growth: An Introduction, In C. Dörrenbächer, M. Tomenendal, S. Stanske (eds.) Organizational Identity and Firm Growth- Properties of Growth, Contextual Identities and Micro-Level Processes, London: Macmillan Publishers Ltd., in press.

  • Stanske, S. (2016), Organizational Identity and its Applications: A Direction for further Research, In C. Dörrenbächer, M. Tomenendal, S. Stanske (eds.) Organizational Identity and Firm Growth- Properties of Growth, Contextual Identities and Micro-Level Processes, London: Macmillan Publishers Ltd., in press.

  • Stanske, S., Tomenendal, M., Dörrenbächer, C. (2016), Organizational Identity in Management Consulting Firms: Professional Partnerships and Managed Professional Businesses Compared, In C. Dörrenbächer, M. Tomenendal, S. Stanske (eds.) Organizational Identity and Firm Growth- Properties of Growth, Contextual Identities and Micro-Level Processes, London: Macmillan Publishers Ltd., in press.

 

Conference Presentations


  • Stanske S., Söllner, A., Vodosek, M. (2018). Born out of boredom: The journey of a discontinuous idea in an incumbent organization. Paper to be presented at the 34th EGOSColloquium, Tallinn, Estonia.

 

  • Stanske S., Söllner, A., Vodosek, M., Wagner, H.T. (2018). Innovating Innovation: Organizational Identities in the Age of Discontinuity. Paper to be presented at the Academy of Management Specialized Conference on Big Data and Managing in a Digital Economy, Surrey, UK.

     

  • Stanske, S. & Vodosek, M. (2017). From Being to Becoming: The Interplay Between Internal Network Dynamics and Organizational Identity. Paper to be presented at Conference of Collaborative Innovation Networks (COINs), Detroit, MI.

 

  • Stanske, S. (2017). Innovating the Innovation: From Organizational Identities in the Age of Disruptions. Paper to be presented at the SKM Symposium, Berlin, Germany. 

 

  • Stanske, S., & Rauch, M. (2017). From Being to Becoming: the Continuous Transformation of an Organization in the Age of Disruption. Paper to be presented at the SKM Symposium, Berlin, Germany. 

 

  • Stanske, S., & Rauch, M. (2017). I Can, Therefore I Am: From the Interplay of Organizational Doing and Being Over Time. Paper presented at the 3rd online Workshop for Doctoral Students British Academy of Management, June, London, England.

 

  • Shuradze, G., Stanske, S., Vodosek, M. 2017. “Tracing Processes and Change: What is Quality in Qualitative Process Studies”. Workshop to be presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management August, Atlanta, GA.

 

  • Shuradze, G., Stanske, S., Vodosek, M. 2017. “From Being to Becoming: Understanding Quality in Qualitative Process Studies” Workshop to be presented at the 31st Annual Conference of the British Academy of Management, Warwick, UK.

 

  • Stanske, S. 2016 “Boundary Management on a Microlevel: From Personal Preferences and Others’ Attitudes” Paper presented at the 30th British Academy of Management, September, Newcastle, England.

 

  • Stanske, S. 2016 “From being to becoming: Observing Gazelles” Paper presented at the 2nd Online Workshop for Doctoral Students in Strategic Management, August, Bristol, England.

 

Attended Workshops


  • December 2017
  • Paper-a-thon with Karl-Heinz Kautz, International Conference on Information Systems, Seoul, South Korea.

 

  • August 2017
  • Workshop on “TIM doctoral student consortium” with Raghu Garud, Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA.

 

  • August 2017
  • Workshop on “Navigating Qualitative Dissertations” with Blake Ashforth, Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA.

 

  • August 2017
  • Class on "Statistics and Data Analysis 2" with Shane Singh, ICPSR Summer School, Ann Arbor, MI.

 

  • August 2017
  • Class on "Regression 2" with Brian Pollins, ICPSR Summer School, Ann Arbor, MI.

 

  • October 2016
  • Workshop on “Qualitative Research” with Jeffrey Martin at the German Graduate School of Management and Law, Heilbronn, Germany.​

  • September 2016
  • Workshop on “Forming and Framing Research Ideas - A Primer for New Doctoral Students”, British Academy of Management, Newcastle, England.​

  • April 2016
  • Workshop on “Publishing in Top-Tier Journals – Strategies and Pitfalls” with David Waldman, Leadership Symposia Potsdam, Germany.​​

 

Memberships


  • Association for Information System, European Group for Organizational Studies

 

  • Academy of Management (since 2016)

 

  • British Academy of Management (since 2016)

 

  • Strategic Management Society (since 2016)

 

Community Activities 


Organizer

  • Workshop on Qualitative Process Studies. 2017: Tracing Processes and Change: What is Quality in Qualitative Process Studies?. Annual Meeting of Academy of Management , Atlanta, GA (together with Giorgi Shuradze, Markus Vodosek, and Heinz-Theo Wagner)
  • Presenters: Raghu Garud and Benson Honig
  • Facilitators: Joep Cornelissen; Kevin G. Corley; Karen Golden-Biddle; Tor Hernes; Eric Knight; Curtis LeBaron; Jeffrey A. Martin; Sotirios Paroutis; Brian T. Pentland; Clive Smallman; Scott Sonenshein; Matthias Wenzel; Mirjam Werner

 

  • Workshop on Qualitative Process Studies 2017: From Being to Becoming: Understanding Quality in Qualitative Process Studies” Annual Conference of the British Academy of Management, Warwick, UK. (together with Giorgi Shuradze and Markus Vodosek)
  • Presenters: Robert Chia, Benson Honig
  • Facilitators: Christina Butler, Michael Hartmann, Sotirios Paroutis, Juliane Reinecke, David Mackay, Harry Sminia, Mike Zundel

 

Reviewer

  • Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management

Teaching and Community Work​​

  • Supervised Bachelor’s Theses:
  • Wascher, O. 2017. Active Participation instead of Resistance: Gamification as a Tool for Sensemaking during Organizational Change. European University Viadrina, Germany.
  • Corsepius, V. 2016. „Von 0 auf 100: die rapide Internationalisierung von Rocket Internet SE“. European University Viadrina, Germany
  • Friman, C. 2016. “The Importance of adapting to a changing business environment: The TomTom case”. European University Viadrina, Germany.

 

Citations, Awards, and Accomplishments


  • Best Paper Award from the 3rd online Workshop for Doctoral Students British Academy of Management, 2017 

Computer Skills and Research Methodologies


  • Atlas.ti, SPSS
  • Case Study Research
  • Ethnography