His research was published in internationally renowned journals (e.g., Organization Science, Journal of Management Studies, California Management Review, MIT Sloan Management Review), in practice outlets (e.g., Harvard Business Manager, Journal for Leadership and Organization - zfo) as well as in books and case studies. Furthermore, Prof. Zimmermann regularly presents his work at international conferences and symposia.
Recent publications include:
- Linz, C., Müller-Stewens, G., & Zimmermann, A. 2017. Radical Business Model Transformation: Gaining the Competitve Edge in a Disruptive World. London: KoganPage.
A., Raisch, S., & Cardinal, L. 2017. Managing Persistent Tensions on the
Front-Line: A Configurational Perspective on Ambidexterity. Journal of Management Studies, 55(5):
739-769. (FT 50, VHB: A)
J., Zimmermann, A., & Raisch, S. 2016. How do Firms Adapt to Discontinuous
Change? Bridging the Dynamic
Capabilities and Ambidexterity Perspectives. California Management Review, 58(4): 36-58. (FT 45 (until 2016), VHB:
- Zimmermann, A. Raisch, S., & Birkinshaw, J. 2015. How is
Ambidexterity Initiated? The Emergent Charter Definition Process. Organization Science, 26(4): 1119-1139. (FT 50, VHB: A+)
- Zimmermann, A., Gomez, P., Probst, G., &
Raisch, S. 2014. Creating Societal Benefits and Corporate Profits. MIT Sloan Management Review, Spring
Issue, 18-21. (FT 50, VHB: C)