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Biography

Aalto University School of Business
Professor, Strategy

Henri Schildt is a tenured professor with a joint appointment at the Aalto School of Business (Management & Organizations) and the School of Science’s Department of Industrial Engineering and Management. His research interests span digitalization, technology strategy, organizational change, and strategies for creating social value. He is currently the principal investigator in a research project on organizational solutions to displacement and marginalization, as a part of the 'Organizing for Social Value' program. He also leads the sub-project on organizing in the Future of Work program.

Henri Schildt teaches strategy at various M.Sc. and MBA programs as well as in tailored executive educations programmes. Henri contributes regularly to various PhD level courses at the School of Science and School of Business.

Background

Henri Schildt completed his PhD at Helsinki University of Technology in 2007. After graduation he worked as an assistant professor first at Imperial College London (2007-2010) and then at Hanken School of Economics (2010-2012).

Publications

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Peer-reviewed scientific articles

Journal article-refereed, Original research

  • Generative imitation, strategic distancing and optimal distinctiveness during the growth, decline and stabilization of Silicon Alley Garud, Raghu; Lant, Theresa K.; 2019 in INNOVATION-MANAGEMENT POLICY AND PRACTICE (ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD) ISSN: 1447-9338
  • Power in Sensemaking Processes ; Mantere, Saku; Cornelissen, Joep 2019 in ORGANIZATION STUDIES (SAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD) ISSN: 0170-8406
  • Strategic concepts as micro-level tools in strategic sensemaking ; ; 2018 in STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL (WILEY-BLACKWELL) ISSN: 0143-2095
  • Organizational Settlements: Theorizing How Organizations Respond to Institutional Complexity ; Perkmann, Markus 2017 in JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INQUIRY (SAGE Publications Inc.) ISSN: 1056-4926
  • Big data and organizational design – the brave new world of algorithmic management and computer augmented transparency 2017 in INNOVATION-MANAGEMENT POLICY AND PRACTICE (ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD) ISSN: 1447-9338
  • Open data partnerships between firms and universities: The role of boundary organizations Perkmann, Markus; 2015 in RESEARCH POLICY (ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV) ISSN: 0048-7333
  • Entrepreneurial storytelling, future expectations, and the paradox of legitimacy Garud, Raghu; ; Lant, Theresa K. 2014 in ORGANIZATION SCIENCE (INFORMS Inst.for Operations Res.and the Management Sciences) ISSN: 1047-7039
  • Narrative attributions of entrepreneurial failure Mantere, Saku; Aula, Pekka; ; 2013 in JOURNAL OF BUSINESS VENTURING (Elsevier Inc.) ISSN: 0883-9026

Reversal of strategic change

  • Mantere, Saku; ; Sillince, John A.A. 2012 in Academy of Management Journal (ACAD MANAGEMENT) ISSN: 0001-4273
  • The temporal effects of relative and firm-level absorptive capacity on interorganizational learning ; Keil, Thomas; 2012 in STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL (WILEY-BLACKWELL) ISSN: 0143-2095
  • Reasonablity and the linguistic division of labor in institutional work ; Mantere, Saku; 2011 in JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INQUIRY (SAGE Publications Inc.) ISSN: 1056-4926
  • Path dependence of power relations, path-breaking and technological adaptation Valorinta, Mikko; ; Lamberg, Juha-Antti 2011 in INDUSTRY AND INNOVATION (Routledge) ISSN: 1366-2716
  • The effect of governance modes and relatedness of external business development activities on innovative performance Keil, Thomas; ; ; Zahra, Shaker A. 2008 in STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNAL (WILEY-BLACKWELL) ISSN: 0143-2095
  • Who buys whom: Information environments and organizational boundary spanning through acquisitions ; Laamanen, Tomi 2006 in STRATEGIC ORGANIZATION (SAGE Publications Ltd) ISSN: 1476-1270
  • A dense network sub-grouping algorithm for co-citation analysis and its implementation in the software tool Sitkis ; Mattsson, Juha T. 2006 in SCIENTOMETRICS (Springer Netherlands) ISSN: 0138-9130
  • Scholarly communitiess in entrepreneurship research: A co-citation analysis ; Zahra, Shaker A.; Sillanpää, Antti 2006 in ENTREPRENEURSHIP THEORY AND PRACTICE (Wiley)
  • Scholarly communities in entrepreneurship research: A co-citation analysis ; Zahra, Shaker A.; Sillanpää, Antti 2006 in ENTREPRENEURSHIP THEORY AND PRACTICE (Wiley) ISSN: 1042-2587
  • Explorative and exploitative learning from external corporate ventures ; ; Keil, Thomas 2005 in ENTREPRENEURSHIP THEORY AND PRACTICE (Wiley) ISSN: 1042-2587

Book section, Chapters in research books

  • Sensemaking in strategy as practice: a phenomenon or a perspective? Cornelissen, Joep; 2015 ISBN: 978-1-107-07-312-8
  • Mergers and Acquisitions as a Response to Intra-Industry Dependence ; Laamanen, Tomi; Keil, Thomas 2010 ISBN: 9780857244659 ISSN: 1479-361X
  • Dynamics of learning from external ventures Keil, Thomas; ; 2006
  • Corporate venturing models and their impact on learning Keil, Thomas; ; 2004
  • Teknologian kaupallistaminen pienten ja suurten yritysten välisessä yhteistyössä: suosituksia teknologia- ja innovaatiopolitiikkaan ; Keil, Thomas; 2004

Conference proceedings

  • Language games and strategic concepts: Crystallization, appropriation, fragmentation, politicization ; ; 2013
  • Exploration, exploitation and fashionability: Product success in video games Peltoniemi, Mirva; 2013
  • Organizational innovation at the intersection of institutional logics ; Perkmann, Markus 2013

National Context and Strategy

  • Lamberg, Juha-Antti; Laurila, Juha; 2007
  • Timing of knowledge flows in inter-organizational relationships ; Keil, Thomas; 2006
  • Explorative and exploitative learning from external corporate ventures ; ; Keil, Thomas 2003

Publications intended for professional communities

Published development or research report

  • The Field of Entrepreneurship: A Bibliometric Assessment ; Sillanpää, Antti 2004
  • Explorative and exploitative learning from external corporate ventures ; ; Keil, Thomas 2003

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