Prof. Dr. Sebastian Raisch is a permanent visiting Professor at the University of St. Gallen.
Sebastian Raisch is Professor of Strategy at the University of Geneva and a permanent visiting professor at the University of St. Gallen. At the HSG, he offers a PhD seminar, teaches several executive education courses, and collaborates with colleagues from the Institute of Management on research projects.
- Responsible Growth as a Managerial Challenge
- The Balance between Stability and Change in Firm Development
- Managing Paradoxes in Organizations
- Organizational Ambidexterity and Strategic Renewal
- Big Data Analytics and Human-Machine Decision-Making in Firms
- Raisch S & Tushman M (2016) Growing New Corporate Businesses: From Initiation to Graduation. Organization Science, forthcoming.
- Birkinshaw J, Zimmermann A & Raisch S (2016) How Do Firms Adapt to Discontinuous Change? Bridging the Dynamic Capabilities and Ambidexterity Perspectives. California Management Review, in press.
- Schad J, Lewis MW, Raisch S & Smith WK (2016) Paradox Research in Management Science: Looking Back to Move Forward. Academy of Management Annals, 10(1): 5-64.
- Fairhurst GT, Smith WK, Banghart SG, Lewis MW, Putnam LL, Raisch S, & Schad J. (2016) Diverging and Converging: Integrative Insights on a Paradox Meta-Perspective. Academy of Management Annals, 10(1): 173-182.
- Zimmermann A, Raisch S & Birkinshaw J (2015) How Is Ambidexterity Initiated? The Emergent Charter Definition Process. Organization Science, 26(4): 1119-1139.
- Zimmermann A, Gomez P, Probst G & Raisch S (2014) Creating Societal Benefits and Corporate Profits. MIT-Sloan Management Review, 55(3):17-21.
- Schmitt A & Raisch S (2013) Corporate Turnaround: The Duality Between Retrenchment and Recovery. Journal of Management Studies, 50 (7): 1216-1244.
- Klarner P & Raisch S (2013) Move to the Beat: Rhythm of Change and Firm Performance. Academy of Management Journal, 56: 160-184.
- Raisch S, Birkinshaw J, Probst G & Tushman ML (2009) Organizational Ambidexterity: Balancing Exploitation and Exploration for Sustained Performance. Organization Science, 20 (4): 685-695.
- Raisch S & Birkinshaw J (2008) Organizational Ambidexterity: Antecedents, Moderators, and Outcomes. Journal of Management, 34 (3): 375-409.