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Madeleine Rauch

Graduiertenkolleg "DCR"
E-Mail rauch@europa-uni.de

Research Interests

  • Heuristics and Routines
  • Decision-Making
  • Dynamic Capabilities
  • Organizational Behavior, Change and Development Leadership and Communication 

Madeleine Rauch: Vita

Education


April 2014 - 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 2015: Empirical Research Methods Summer School

 

  • Experimental Design (Gerald Häubl) and Regression II (Timothy McDaniel) University St. Gallen, Switzerland 

January 2013 – February 2014: Master of Science Management and International Business (Distinction)

 

  • Nottingham Business School, United Kingdom

July 2013 – August 2013:  Summer School 

 

  • Studies of International Management in China and Mandarin Beijing Language and Cultury University, China

October 2008 – November 2012: Bachelor of Science Business Administration and HRM

 

  • University of Pforzheim, Germany

August 2011 – December 2011:  Exchange Semester

 

  • Studies of International Business Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM), Campus Queretaro, Mexico

 

Professional Background


March 2012 – December 2012: Maternity cover for HR Manager

 

  • IMS GEAR, Mexico

January 2012 – February 2012: Internship in the Department of HR

 

  • IMS GEAR, Germany

February 2011 – July 2011: Internship in the Department of HR

 

  • Bosch Siemens Home Appliance, USA

July 2009 – September 2009: Internship in the Department of HR

 

  •  Siemens AG, Germany​ 

 

Publications & Proceedings


  • Rauch, M., Wenzel, M., Wagner H-T. forthcoming. "The digital disruption of path-dependent business models. An experimental study. Accepted for publication in Proceedings of the 37th International Conference on Information Systems, Dublin, Ireland 

Conference Presentations

  • Rauch, M., Stanske, S.  2017. I can, therefore I am: From the interplay of organizational doing and being over time. Presented at the 3rd online Workshop for Doctoral Students British Academy of Management, London, England.

 

  • Rauch, M., 2017. Strategy-Making in the “War-Room": An Ethnography of Top Managers Behind Closed Doors. Paper to be presented at the SMS 37th Annual International Conference, October, Houston, Texas

 

  • Wenzel, M., Rauch, M., Koch, J., Hartmann, M., 2017. Staging Deliberate Strategy-Making: A Dramaturgical Analysis. Paper to be presented at the SMS 37th Annual International  Conference, October, Houston, Texas

 

  • Rauch, M., Wenzel, M., Koch, J. 2017. The complexity of simple rules. Exploring the role of generational capabilities. Paper to be presented at 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, August, Atlanta, GA.

 

  • 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.

 

  • Wenzel, M., Rauch, M., Koch, J., Hartmann, M., 2017. Deliberate Strategy-Making as Myth and Ceremony: A Dramaturgical Analysis. Paper to be presented at the 9th  International Process Symposium, June, Kos, Greece.

 

  • Rauch, M., Wenzel, M., Koch, J. 2017. Exploring Heuristics in the Strategy Process: The Relationship to Scope of Actions and the Environment. Paper to be presented at the Strategic Management Society Special Conference, April, Milan, Italy.

 

  • Rauch, M., Wenzel, M., Wagner H-T. 2016.  The digital disruption of path-dependent business models. An experimental study. Paper to be present at at 37th International Conference on Information Systems, December, Dublin, Ireland. 

 

  • Rauch, M., Wenzel, M., Koch, J. 2016. Heuristics in the strategy process: Opening the black box. Paper presented at 6th AMOR Conference, September, Hamburg, Germany. 

 

  • Rauch, M., Wenzel, M., Koch, J. 2016. Decision-constraining heuristics in the strategy process: Opening the black box. Paper to be presented at the 76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, August, Anaheim, USA.

 

  • Rauch, M., Maghzi, A. 2016. Strategic Decision-Making in discontinuously evolving environment –  Making Dynamic Capabilities work, Symposium to be presented at the 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“ , Paper to be presented at 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. Paper accepted at SKM Symposium, Bochum, Germany. 

 

  • Hartmann, M., Koch, J. & Rauch, M. 2015. Reflecting on dynamic capabilities research and its approaches to explain organizational success. Paper accepted at SKM Symposium, Bochum, Germany. 

 

  • Rauch, M., & Wagner, D. 2015. Dynamic Capabilities: Bridging Diverging Conversations. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management Conference, Vancouver, BC. 

 

  • Rauch, M., Koch, J., Eisend, M. 2015. The influence of heuristics on dynamic capabilities. Paper presented at the 31st EGOS Colloquium, July, Athens, Greece 

 

Memberships


  • Academy of Management (since 2014)

 

  • European Group of Organization Studies (since 2015) 

 

  • Strategic Management Society (since 2015) 

Community Activities


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

 

  • EGOS Sub-theme Track 2018: Heuristics: Novel Insights Into Organizing and Organizations. European Group of Organization Studies, Tallinn, Estonia. (together with Wolfgang Guettel and Moritz Loock)

  • Symposium on Strategic Decision-Making. 2017: Entangling Dynamic Capabilities: Heuristics and Routines. Annual Meeting of Academy of Management , Atlanta, GA. (together with  Henning Duesterhoff)​

  • 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) 

 

 

Teaching & Committee Work


since April 2015 - present

 

  • Lecturer for “International Management”, HTW University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany 

Supervised Master's Theses

 

  • Wolf, F. 2015. Rural car sharing – current issues, market potential, and prospectus for car manufactures in German B2C market. HTW Berlin, Germany 
  • Schentke, R. 2015. Development of a business model for an online start-up within the advisory industry. HTW Berlin, Germany
  • Böcken, B. 2015. Corporate Social Responsibility as a strategic approach: A critical evaluation of common reporting standards. HTW Berlin, Germany
  • Borok, M. 2016 (expected). How to build an international assortment in a global organization involving cross-functional teams. HTW Berlin, Germany
  • Lutz, M. 2016. Intercultural training of expatriates. The best way to prepare expatriates going to China. HTW Berlin, Germany
  • Hedge, H. 2016 The concept of a Sustainable Beverage Container – A Customer-Focused Study. HTW Berlin, Germany
  • Fahsel, F. 2016. Development of a market entry mode for a German equestrian supplies to UK, HTW Berlin, Germany 

Supervised Bachelor's Theses

 

 

  • Zins, I. 2015. Family-friendly workplace policies: A critical analysis of benefits and obstacles for German employers. HTW Berlin, Germany
  • Hansen, B. 2016 (expected). The relationship between public private partnerships and corporate social responsibility with a focus on Southern Asia. HTW Berlin, Germany
  • Flieger, L. 2016 (expected). Export from Vietnam to Germany and its supply chain management. HTW Berlin, Germany 
  • Rosenau, K. 2016. Heuristics in the strategy context. European University Viadrina, Germany
  • Springer, P. 2016. Hotel Chain Entry Mode Choice in a Free-Enterprise-Economy: Operations of International Hotel Chains in Bangkok, Thailand, HTW Berlin, Germany
  • Mohring, M. 2016. Umgang mit pflegenden Arbeitnehmern aus der Sicht des Personalmanagements, HTW Berlin, Germany.
  • Krüger, J. 2016. Die Gefährungsbeurteilung in Unternehmen – Chancen und Nachteile. HTW Berlin, Germany 

 

     

    Attended Workshops


    April 2016 

     

    • Workshop on “'Reading, Doing, & Publishing Research in Strategy and Management Seminar'” with Ann Langley at German Graduate School of Management and Law, Heilbronn, Germany 

    February 2016

     

    • Workshop on “How to design an experiment” with Nicole Koschate-Fischer at German Graduate School of Management and Law, Heilbronn, Germany 

    January 2016

     

    • Academy of Management Review Development Workshop on Theorizing and Paper Development. Rotterdam, the Netherlands 

    September 2015

     

    • VHB Course: Behavioral Decision Making in Business Research with Prof. Schade. Berlin, Germany 

    June 2015

     

    • PDW Experimental Research in Organization studies at EGOS. Athen, Greece 
    • Workshop Introduction to R, Summer School, University of St.Gallen, Switzerland 

    April 2015

     

    • Management Classics of the Carnegie School, with Philipp Bromiley/ Claus Rerup/ Tomi Laamanen/ Alfred Kieser, Friedrichshafen, Germany 
    • VHB Course: Qualitative Methods in Management Research with Prof. Schreyögg/ Prof. Costas, Berlin, Germany  

    August 2014

     

    • Method seminar on Qualitative Methods and online experiments at GESIS, Cologne, Germany 

    Grants & Scholarships


    • Ph.D. scholarship of the Dieter-Schwarz Foundation, April 2014 – today 
    • Vice-Chancellor scholarship for Summer School at BLCU, Beijing, China – 2013 

     

    Computer Skills & Research Methodologies


    • ATLAS.TI, SPSS, Qualtrics, Unipark
    • Experimental Research, Case Study Research