I’m a Professor in organization studies, specialized in new ways of working and new organizational dynamics. I have developed works about the current evolutions at work, notably by focusing on how such new practices challenge the way we work and collaborate.
I’m currently working on new independent workers, such as digital nomads and influencers, as they are questioning the way we work and collaborate in a constantly evolving society. I previously conducted studies in several sectors such as the maker movement, private banking, and education.
Furthermore, I have developed some theoretical works with the aim of understanding the organizational dynamics emerging from these new ways of working. With the help of other colleagues, I’m notably participating in the development of the “Events-based approach” as a way to understand the organization as an open and constantly evolving phenomenon.
I’m holding a full professor position (professeur des universités) at the université Côte d’Azur since 2017. More precisely, I’m a researcher at the CNRS-GREDEG laboratory and I teach at the School of Economics and Business. I’m also in charge (with Aura Parmentier) of the Management and Organization Studies department at the CNRS GREDEG (composante sciences de gestion).
I was previously an associate professor (maître de conférences) at the université Paris-Dauphine (2009-2017) and I got a PhD in organization studies in 2008 (thèse de doctorat en sciences de gestion).