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Séminaires de Recherche Hommes et Organisations

Publié le 04 octobre 2022 par NEOMA

  • Notre Recherche

Conscient de l’importance croissante d’un flux continu de résultats de recherche, le département Hommes et Organisations de NEOMA a élaboré une série d’activités collectives visant à renforcer sa production de recherche.

L’objectif de nos séminaires est de proposer un format « atelier » plutôt que des présentations d’articles. Nous invitons régulièrement des intervenants externes à parler leurs projets de recherche. Ce faisant, nous espérons que ces journées soient l’occasion pour chaque professeur du département H&O de recevoir des commentaires et des conseils constructifs de la part des autres, de créer des liens et de susciter un dialogue continu sur des sujets d’intérêt commun.

Au cours des deux dernières années, nous avons constaté que nos séminaires avaient aidé les professeurs de notre département à publier des articles dans diverses revues, à être acceptés dans des conférences et à obtenir des fonds de recherche. De plus, ils ont facilité de nouvelles collaborations et fait avancer des projets de recherche en cours.

L’objectif : offrir un espace convivial de conseils et de commentaires sur les projets de recherche à différentes étapes (de la conception de l’idée au processus éditorial) en anglais et en français et en utilisant toutes sortes de méthodologies.

La logistique : les séminaires sont organisés une fois par mois et durent soit une demi-journée, soit une journée entière. Notre programme typique comprend une heure de Challenge et Conseils (où les professeurs discutent les challenges de recherche sur lesquels ils ont besoin de conseils) et 2 ou 3 présentations de projets de recherche pouvant inclure un conférencier externe.

Organisatrices : Anita STARZYK (anita.starzyk@neoma-bs.fr), Nishani BOURMAULT (nishani.bourmault@neoma-bs.fr) and Helena GONZÁLEZ GÓMEZ (helena.gonzalez@neoma-bs.fr).

2022-23 schedule

(updated regularly)

Thursday September 22nd from 10h30 to 16h30, Paris Campus (402b) and on Zoom.

  • 10h30-11h15: Challenge & Advise 
  • 11h15-12h: Anita STARZYK & Nadia-Yin YU, NEOMA BS « Employee voice trajectories and managerial ostracism« 
  • 14h-15h: Research Sharing and Introductions with Azusa NAKAMURA, NEOMA BS
  • 15h-15h45: Dimitri VASILJEVIC & Urszula LAGOWSKA, NEOMA BS « You’re such a liar! The effectof power on verbal reactions to deception in negotiation »
  • 15h45-16h30: Erik WALTRE, NEOMA BS « A New Perspective on Psychological Safety: Advancing a Theory of Social Promotion of Inaction »

October 7, 2022, from 10h to 16h – Paris Campus (SC0401a) or Zoom

  • 10h -11h: Challenge & Advise 
  • 11h -12h: Helena GONZÁLEZ-GÓMEZ, NEOMA BS « Frustration at work« 
  • 12h-14h: Lunch (please let us know if you are joining for lunch in Paris)
  • 14h-15h: Dimitri VASILJEVIC & Shiva TAGHAVI, NEOMA BS  « Does anger expression always result in more concessions in negotiation? The moderating effect of gender expresser »
  • 15h-16h: Carine CHEMIN-BOUZIR & Jean-Baptiste SUQUET, NEOMA BS « In praise of ambiguity in human resource planning: Nurturing ambiguity in social agreements to facilitate implementation »

Friday Nov 18th from 10h-16h30 – Paris Campus (SC0401a) or Zoom

  • 10h -10h30: Rose BOTE, Assistant Professor, NEOMA Business School. Presentation of her research agenda.
  • 10h30 -12h: Maria KAKARIKA, Associate Professor of Organizational Behaviour & Leadership at Durham University Business School, UK – «  Sexualize one, objectify all? The sexual objectification spillover effect on female job candidates « 
  • 12h-14h: Lunch (please let us know if you are joining for lunch in Paris)
  • 14h-15h: Challenge & Advice

Monday Dec 12th from 10h-16h30 – Paris Campus (SC0402a) or Zoom

  • 10h30 -11h30: Challenge & Advice
  • 11h30 -13h30 : Lunch (please let us know if you are joining for lunch in Paris)
  • 13h30-14h30: Mehmet ORHAN, Associate Professor of Management and OB at EM Normandie – « Six decades of organizational research: Authorship inequality, elite dominance and, inevitable rise of eminent scholars »
  • 14h30-16h00: Publishing Journey Roundtable

      Urszula LAGOWSKA , Publishing journey in Public Administration Review

      Shiva TAGHAVI, Publishing journey in Journal of Business Ethics

      Hae-Jong Hong, Publishing journey in Journal of International Business

      Olli-Pekka KAUPPILA, Publishing journey in Journal of Management

      Helena GONZALEZ, Publishing journey in Journal of Vocational Behavior

 

Past seminars

2021-22

September 9th, 2021

  • 13h45-14h45: Challenge & Advise
  • 14h45-15h15: Working paper. Nishani Bourmault (NEOMA) – “Toppling One’s Professional Expertise from Within: The Use of Hypnosis by French Anesthesiologists
  • 15h15-15h45: Working paper. Anita Starzyk (NEOMA) & Jana Bauer (University of Cologne) – « Disabled voices: How ableism prevents diverse employee voice in organizations. »
  • 15h45-16h45: Round Table. Everybody’s ongoing research projects.

October 1, 2021

  • 10h00-11h45: Co-writing (animated by Anita STARZYK, NEOMA)
  • 14h00-15h00: Challenge & Advise
  • 15h00-16h00: Working paper. Sarah Hudson (Rennes School of Business) & Helena González Gómez (NEOMA) – “Artificial Intelligence and human resource decisions: Emotions, justice, and employee outcomes”

November 18, 2021

  • 14h-14h30: Challenge & Advise
  • 14h30-15h: Open discussion led by Emmanouela Mandalaki (NEOMA): “Diversity of knowledge in academia
  • 15h-16h: Guest talk. Eric Quintane, (ESMT, Germany): “Network turnover contagion as resource loss”
  • 16h-16h30: Round table with Eric Quintane (ESMT, Germany)
  • 16h30-17h30: Paper discussion by Urszula Lagowska (NEOMA), Juliana Mansur and Filipe Sobral (Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration, Rio de Janeiro): “It’s a Matter of (the Right) Fit: The Effects of Leader-Follower Complementary Fit on Follower Psychological Safety, Performance, and Creativity”

December 10, 2021

  • 10h-11h: Challenge & Advise
  • 11h-12h: Anita Starzyk, NEOMA: « Disabled employee voices: How ableism and organizational caring affect employees with disabilities in organizations »
  • 14h-15h: Birgit Schyns, NEOMA: « Negative leadership and well-being in new working forms »
  • 15h-16h30: Guest talk. Sofija Pajic, Radboud University (Netherlands): « Is leadership particularly important for health of vulnerable employees? The role of constructive and destructive leadership »

January 21, 2022

  • 10h-11h: Challenge & Advise 
  • 14h-15h: Sirio Lonati, NEOMA « Are the verbal charismatic leadership tactics universal? A first empirical investigation across cultures »
  • 15h-16h30: Guest talk. Camille Pradies, EDHEC Business School « With heart and head: A model of how emotions shape paradox navigation in veterinary work. »

February 25, 2022

  • 14h-15h: Rouslan KOUMAKHOV, NEOMA « “Public Administration” on efficiency and cognition « 
  • 15h-16h: Challenge & Advise

March 25, 2022

  • 14h-14h45: Sharing of Research – Publishing Journeys

Vijay PEREIRA (NEOMA), publishing journey in MIT Sloan Management Review

Birgit SCHYNS (NEOMA), publishing journey in Journal of Business Ethics

Nadia YU (NEOMA), publishing journey in Journal of Vocational Behavior

Pascal PAILLE (NEOMA), publishing journey in Journal of Business Research

Nishani BOURMAULT (NEOMA), publishing journey in Journal of Management Studies

  • 14h45-15h30: Paper Presentation – Nadia YU (NEOMA) “Effective Intervention in Technology Adaptation: A 2×2 Coping Framework Entailing Contextual and Developmental Variance”
  • 15h30-16h30: Challenge & Advise

April 29, 2022

  • 11h00-12h00: Challenge & Advise
  • 14h15-14h45: Discussion Research Project – Hye-Jung EUN (NEOMA BS) – Creativity pressure and uncertainty at work
  • 15h00-16h30: Guest Talk – Jorge A. Alvarado-Valencia (Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá, Colombia) – Improving forecasting support systems for experts

May 20, 2022

  • 10h30-12h: Anna Schneider, University of Innsbruck« The role of conventions in creating a high-skill mediated labour market: the case of an Engineering service provider « 
  • 14h-15h: Challenge & Advise 
  • 15h-16h: Research Discussion/Sharing on Upcoming Summer ConferencesJean-Baptiste SUQUET, Anita STARZYK, Nishani BOURMAULT (NEOMA) on EGOS & AOM.

June 10, 2022

  • 11h-12h: Lucie WIART & Nicolas BEFORT, NEOMA BS« Supporting alternative organizing: competing logics for socio-ecological transformation »
  • 14h-15h: Urszula LAGOWSKA, NEOMA BS“Color is Complex: How Colorism Affects Black Leaders’ Opportunities”
  • 15h-15h45: Olli-Pekka KAUPPILA, NEOMA BS & David OBSTFELD « A micro-macro, brokerage-based theory of organizing in response to disruptive change »
  • 15h45-16h30: Nishani BOURMAULT, NEOMA BS – « A Fundamental and Voluntary Reinvention of One’s Work: The Case of French Anesthesiologists Using Hypnosis »

2020-21

  • November 6th (zoom) – Sarah Gilmore, Cardiff University (UK)Qualitative  
  • December 10th (zoom) – Curtis Chan, Boston College (US) Qualitative  
  • January 21st or 14th (TBD) – (zoom) – Thomas Roulet, Judge Business School (UK) Qualitative & Quantitative  
  • February 18th (zoom) – Shira Mor, Harvard Fellow (US) & Tel Aviv UniversityQuantitative  
  • March 18th – (zoom) – Corentin Curchod, University of Edinburgh Business School (UK)Quant & Qualitative 
  • April 29th (zoom) – Paul Hanges, University of Maryland (US)Quantitative  
  • May 20th or 27th TBC  (zoom) – Matthew Brashears, University of South Carolina (US) Quantitative  
  • June 10th – (zoom or Paris) – Uta Bindl, King’s Business School (UK)Quantitative & Qualitative 

Professeur

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GONZÁLEZ-GÓMEZ Helena

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STARZYK Anita

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BOURMAULT Nishani