Allal-Cherif Oihab

Allal-Cherif Oihab

Professeur NEOMA BS

Oihab is a Full Professor of Information Systems Management and Purchasing Management at NEOMA Business School in Reims, France. He received a PhD in Management Sciences from the University Grenoble-Alpes and an Habilitation to Direct Research at the University of Nantes. His research topics are information systems management and purchasing management in general, and more specifically e-business, serious games, digital transformation, cloud computing, digital heritage, and open innovation. His research has been published in Journal of Business research, Journal of Global Information Management, Information Systems and Management, and other ranked international journals. He also likes publishing book chapters and case studies. Oihab his involved in several editorial boards and has participated in the organization of numerous research events. He held managerial positions within faculty and has participated to the creation and development of educational programs.

Last published posts

Aloosh Arash

Aloosh Arash

Professeur NEOMA BS

Arash Aloosh holds a PhD in Finance from BI Norwegian Business School and spent two years at Columbia Business School as a Visiting Scholar. He is the coordinator and instructor of Blockchain and FinTech courses at NEOMA BS. Arash's research are threefold: First, International Asset Pricing, a conventional subject covering currency risk factors, international asset management, and currency risk management. Second, CryptoCurrencies, DeFi (Decentralized Finance), and FinTech, which are of an unconventional and fast growing nature. Third, Public Health, which is highly impactful. Arash has published in Management Science (forthcoming), Lancet, and Nature among others. He has served as a cryptocurrency advisor of Consilience Ventures, and is currently a research associate at the Digital Finance Chair and an affiliate researcher at the Cardiff FinTech Research Group.

Last published posts

BELAOUNIA, TAO, ZHAO

BELAOUNIA, TAO, ZHAO

Professors NEOMA

Samia BELAOUNIA, Ran TAO, Hong ZHAO, professors NEOMA. https://neoma-bs.com/professors/

Last published posts

Bourmault Nishani

Bourmault Nishani

Professeur NEOMA BS

Nishani is an Assistant professor in the People and Organizations Department at NEOMA Business School. Nishani’s research explores how deeply embedded norms shape the experience of both individuals and organizations during times of transition and change. She uses qualitative and quantitative research methods in her work. Some examples of her research include studying former Paris subway drivers and how norms of responsibility internalized in this occupation shape their experience when they are promoted to managers. Other research focuses on understanding the role that broader societal norms, and the degree to which organizations internalize these norms, can play when organizations decide to change the types of organizational practices they use. Nishani focuses on the challenges of adopting less hierarchical practices as well as various compensation practices in the cultural context of France. Her research appears in journals such as Organization Science. She holds a doctorate from Harvard Business School and an undergraduate degree from Princeton University. Prior to joining academia, Nishani worked in finance trading fixed income products on Wall Street.

Last published posts

Cao LanLan

Cao LanLan

Professeur NEOMA BS

Dr. Lanlan CAO is Associate Professor of Marketing at NEOMA BS in France. Her research interests include Digital Retailing, Retail Innovation, International Retailing, Retail Business Model Innovation and Multichannel Retailing. Her works have appeared in Journal of Retailing, International Journal of Electronic Commerce, International Business Review, International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, Journal of Interactive Marketing, Journal of Strategic Marketing, Economie et Sociétés, Décisions Marketing, Journal of Asia-Pacific Business, International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research and other journals. She serves as a reviewer for International Journal of Electronic Commerce and an ad-hoc reviewer for Journal of Retailing, Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Interactive Marketing, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, Journal of Strategic Marketing, Journal of Small Business Management, International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management and Journal of the Association for Consumer Research.

Last published posts

DAUSSY Charles

DAUSSY Charles

Professor NEOMA BS

Charles DAUSSY has more than twenty-five years of professional experience in different types of organisations (large international groups, SMEs, business development) performing different functions (Management Controller, Financial Officer, Business Unit Director, Consultant). Since 2004 Charles has been Professor of Management Accounting and Management Control at NEOMA Business School. This dual experience has provided him with the knowledge to apply operational sensibility to academic subjects. Charles’ fields of research are connected to CSR and the systems that enable its operationalisation in organisations, more specifically in the cooperative banking industry.

Last published posts

Dubreuille Stéphane

Dubreuille Stéphane

Directeur Business Unit Formation Continue NEOMA BS

Stéphane DUBREUILLE, PhD, CFA, is Professor of Finance at NEOMA Business School where he teaches mainly in the Executive MBA, MBA and Masters programmes. After ten years of experience working in the Paris Stock Exchange and two years at the Anderson Graduate School at UCLA (University of California Los Angeles), Stéphane Dubreuille joined NEOMA BS where he created a preparation programme for CFA© (Chartered Financial Analyst) exams, which is meant for students in the professions of Financial Analyst and Portfolio Manager. He is the author of various books, the latest being a Summary of CFA Level III, and academic articles on issues of Valorisation, Portfolio Management, Organisation and Liquidity in financial markets.

Last published posts

Duvivier Florence

Duvivier Florence

Professeur NEOMA BS

Florence is Assistant Professor at the Department of Strategy and Entrepreneurship in NEOMA Business School. She defended her doctoral thesis at the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (Université libre de Bruxelles) in Belgium where she was also Teaching Assistant in the field of Strategy. She was a researcher in the Management, Strategy and Innovation Department at the Faculté de Sciences Economiques et de Gestion at the Université Catholique de Louvain in Belgium. Her main fields of research are Strategy and International Strategy, Offshoring and Outsourcing, International Management, Expatriates and Inpatriates Management. The role of expatriates and inpatriates in offshoring operations is at the centre of Florence’s work. She completed research assignments at the IIESE Business School. She has presented her research at many conferences such as the Academy of Management, Academy of International Business, and European Academy of Management.

Last published posts

Janson Nathalie

Janson Nathalie

Nathalie Janson earned a PhD in Economics at the Université Paris I-La Sorbonne in collaboration with the ESSEC PhD programme. Since 2001, she is an Associate Professor of Economics at NEOMA Busines School where she teaches mostly Microeconomics, Money and Banking and Banking Organisation and Regulation. She has lectured in many countries including France, the USA, Colombia, China and Italy. Her main research interests are banking regulation (especially Basel regulation) and monetary policy design. Some of her research work has been published in peer-reviewed journals. She is present in the media and writes regularly for the press on issues related to the Euro area (the Greek crisis, the question of the Brexit and the current tension with the new elected Italian government), central bank monetary policy decisions and regulation of the banking industry. She develops a recent interest in cryptocurrencies.

Last published posts

Karina JENSEN

Karina JENSEN

Professor NEOMA BS

Karina JENSEN is a Practice Director of NEOMA BS Centre for Leadership and Effective Organisations, and a Clinical Professor of Global Innovation and Leadership at NEOMA Business School in France. She is an educator, change facilitator, and international management consultant with 20 years of experience in launching and managing international business and education initiatives. During her corporate career, Karina introduced and managed global products, programmes, and services across Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Americas for multinational organisations such as Adobe, Hyperion (now Oracle), NEC, and Symantec. Karina is also the Founder and Managing Director of Global Minds Network, a firm that provides management consulting and training services for facilitating organisational innovation and collaboration. Through strategic planning, communication, and execution solutions, she has helped clients facilitate organisational change in order to succeed in international markets. In addition to writing and publishing, Karina conducts research and consults multinational firms on International Innovation Strategies, Cross-cultural Team Collaboration, and Global Leadership Development. She has taught courses in International Management, Innovation, Change, Cross-cultural Collaboration and Global Leadership at NEOMA Business School as well as business schools and executive education programmes in the Americas, Asia, and Europe including UC Berkeley’s International Diploma Program (US), Universidad de San Andres (Argentina), Centre Franco-Vietnamien de Gestion (Vietnam), ESCP Europe Business School, and Ecole des Ponts Paristech (France). Presentations and workshops have been delivered to managers and executives across industries, including professional and academic associations such as Silicon Valley Product Management Association, Association of International Product Marketing and Management, International Association of Business Communicators, Association Francophone de Management International, International Society for Professional Innovation Management, and Academy of International Business. With a PhD in International Management from ESCP Europe Business School, Karina also holds a MBA in International Business from Ecole des Ponts Paristech, a Research Master in Dynamic Organisations, and a BA in Public Relations from California State University-San Jose. She has enjoyed volunteering her time to improve education programmes for children and women in impoverished communities in Asia, North Africa, and the US. Karina has studied and worked in Europe and the US with business trips and travel adventures to 45+ countries in Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas. She speaks English, French, Swedish, Norwegian, German and basic Spanish, while hoping to learn Chinese one day.

Last published posts

Karyotis Catherine

Karyotis Catherine

Professeur NEOMA BS

Catherine KARYOTIS, PhD, HDR, has been Professor of Finance at NEOMA Business School since 1990 and Head of the Specialised Master in International Financial Analysis at the Reims campus. She primarily teaches Capital Market Microstructure and Bank Management. After five years of experience working at Euroclear, she taught in several business schools and universities where she was an instructor in Banking and Finance for others in continuing education and a seminar leader on Capital Markets. She is a member of the Scientific Committee of the SFAF (French Society of Financial Analysts). Her main areas of research focus on Society, Economics, and Financial Relations. She continues to write books and contribute professional articles to specialised journals on a regular basis.

Last published posts

La Rédaction

La Rédaction

The BLOG editorial team is composed by members of the editorial department of the NEOMA Business School communication department. Passionate about popularization of science and watching the latest trends, practices and advice related to management, the editorial team wishes to shed a different and complementary light on the academic content gathered within this blog.

Last published posts

Lê Patrick

Lê Patrick

Professeur NEOMA BS

Patrick is Assistant Professor of Management at NEOMA Business School. Patrick's research explores the impact of new information and communication technologies on organizations, both on an individual and organizational level. Patrick also has consulting experience in a company specializing in management and technology consulting. He has given courses in management, organization theory, human resources and organizational behavior.

Last published posts

Lhuillery Stéphane

Lhuillery Stéphane

Professor NEOMA BS

Stephane Lhuillery is full professor of industrial economics and innovation, and hold the NEOMA Chair in Industrial Bioeconomy. He graduated from the Ecole Normale Superieure in Cachan, has a PhD in Industrial Economics (Paris Nord University), and is authorised to supervise research (HDR from Paris Dauphine University). Formerly Associate Professor at Paris Nord University (1998-2004), he joined Dominique Foray's Chair of Economics and Innovation Management at EPFL (Lausanne) before becoming professor at ICN Business School (2011-2017). His main research interests are in knowledge creation and dissemination. He first studied how firms organize to absorb and disseminate knowledge. He then examined the co-factors driving the successful, lasting innovation: governance practices, R&D department structure, organizational slack, and complementary assets such as marketing. He has also worked in specific technological fields, such as Biotech, Nanotech, Med-tech and Green-Tech. Finally, the analysis and assessment of innovation policies are central to his work. These different fields of expertise have led him to serve regularly on national or international committees (France Strategies, HCERES, MESRI, INSEE; OECD, WIPO, European Commission). His writings have appeared in the leading academic journals in his field, such as Research Policy, Industrial and Corporate Change, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Economics of Innovation and New Technology, Industry and Innovation among others. He is member of the scientific board of the journal M@n@gement.

Last published posts

Manita Riadh

Manita Riadh

Professeur NEOMA BS

Riadh MANITA holds a PhD in Management Sciences and a diploma in Accounting Expertise. After working for nine years in audit and consulting firms, he redirected his career path toward teaching and research. He joined NEOMA BS in 2008 where he held several responsible positions such as Manager of the Audit Expertise Programme. In pedagogic matters, he was responsible for several courses including Accounting under IFRS, International Reporting, Financial Auditing and Group Taxation and Introduction to Financial Reporting. . He also taught in Executive Education courses. He is co-author of several books on Audits and the entire DSCG programme in Accounting/Auditing published with Nathan, Hermes, AFNOR and De Boeck. He has also published several press papers in " The conversation" and "Leaders". His research work focuses on Quality Measuring Issues in Audits. He has published many academic articles in several journals such as M@n@gement, Journal of Applied Accounting Research, Technological Forcecasting and Social Change, Annals of Operation research, Revue des sciences de gestion, Management & avenir, International Journal of Entrepreurship and Small Busoiness, International Journal of Business, Gestion 2000 and professional publications in journals such as Revue Française de Comptabilité and Profession Comptable. Riadh MANITA is currently an Associate Professor at NEOMA Business School.

Last published posts

Menezes Mozart

Menezes Mozart

Professeur NEOMA BS

Dr. Mozart Menezes is a professor at NEOMA Business School, where he is the director of the Centre of Expertise on Complexity and Business Transformation. In the past, he has served as Professor of Supply Chain Management and PhD Program Director at the MIT-Zaragoza Logistics Centre, and at HEC School of Management in Paris. He has been also a Research Affiliate at the Centre for Transportation and Logistics at MIT. He has also taught at Haskaye School of Business, at University of Calgary, and at KEDGE Business School in Bordeaux. He worked for several years as Operations Manager at Procter & Gamble, prior to which, he worked as Project Manager for near 10 years for various engineering companies. He has been or is involved in research projects with several large companies, such as Acciona Energy, Alcatel-Lucent, the City of Calgary, Danone-Nutricia, Environmental Refuelling Systems, Doctors without Borders (MSF), General Motors, Groupe Casino, Saica Natur, Telefonica, and WestJet. He obtained a BSc in Civil Engineering in Brazil. Dr. Menezes received an MSc degree in Civil Engineering specializing in Project Management, and an MSc degree in Industrial Administration from Clemson University, USA. He received a PhD degree in Operations Management from the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Canada. His research interests include Business Complexity and Risk, Supply Chain Network Design, Supply Chain Resilience, and the impact of Social Networks on Operations. His work has been published in some of the most respected journals in his field, such as Annals of Operations Research, Decision Sciences, European Journal of Operational Research, Omega, Operations Research, and PloS-ONE.

Last published posts

Michaux Valéry

Michaux Valéry

Professeur NEOMA BS

Valéry MICHAUX holds a PhD and a Habilitation to Supervise Research and she joined NEOMA Business School in 2004 after gaining sixteen years of experience, first in the private sector (cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries) and then in the parapublic sector (concerted local policy work relating to employment/health/disability). She received a Prix de thèse national FNEGE for her thesis on Collective Expertise in High-Performance Situations in the Field of Repatriation Assistance. Between 2004 and 2012, she coordinated several research projects focusing on the links between Emerging Strategies, Public Policy, Performance and Territory which resulted in two books: one on Wine Industry Clusters and the other on Concerted Local Politics. At the same time she has worked for a number of years on Transformations and Changes brought on by Technology. Between 2012 and 2015 Valéry was Director of Research at NEOMA Business School. From the beginning of her career, she has published recognized CNRS academic articles in the fields of Organisational Theory, Information Systems or Strategy. She is part of the scientific committees on several academic reviews and several French and International academic associations.

Last published posts

Millaer Vicky

Millaer Vicky

Conseillère Carrière

After a Master of French and Hispanic Studies at the University of Edinburgh (Scotland) Vicky Millar turned to the commercial and administrative function that she exercised in France, Great Britain and Portugal. After retraining for professional integration, she worked for 5 years as a consultant for a specialized private practice in Rouen. Vicky then joined NEOMA Business School in 2009 where she held an international coordination position, before joining the “Talent & Career” department as a Career Consultant. Passionate about personal development, Vicky Millar today takes care of individual student counseling. She also manages the Spanish-speaking region for the development of internships and jobs in connection with the alumni network.

Last published posts

Rouquet Aurélien

Rouquet Aurélien

Professor NEOMA BS

Aurélien has been Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management at NEOMA Business School since September 2008. Aurélien is Engineer of the Ecole Centrale de Lille, holder of a M.Sc. from Cranfield University and earned his PhD in Management Sciences in 2007 at the Research Centre for Transport and Logistics (CRET-LOP) at the Université Aix-Marseille. His research focuses on Supply Chain Management and orchestration, and consumer logistics. He has published this research over the years in journals such as Recherche et Application en Marketing, Revue Française de Gestion, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, Journal of Business Logistics. Aurélien is general secretary of the AIRL-SCM (International Association for Research on Logistics and Supply Chain Management), and member of the EurOMA Association (European Operations Management Association) and the CRET-LOG.

ROUQUET, SUQUET, SUBRAMANIAN, RENIOU

ROUQUET, SUQUET, SUBRAMANIAN, RENIOU

Professors

Aurélien Rouquet, professor at NEOMA - Jean-Baptiste Suquet, professor at NEOMA - Dilip Subramanian, professor at NEOMA - Fanny Reniou, lecturer at UPEC

Last published posts

Rozier Gwendal

Rozier Gwendal

Responsable Accélérateur Mobilité NEOMA BS

Gwendal holds a Master 2 degree in International Business and Supply Chain Management (ESCE). During his studies, he created his first social business in ethical textiles. A founding experience that will lead him to develop two other companies in the continuity of his studies: Gwendal&Cie (human ecology training organisation) and Toutenvélo Rouen (specialist in last mile delivery and moving by bicycle). He takes up his position at NEOMA BS as Head of the Mobility Accelerator in February 2019. Objective : to offer mobility startups a service for rapid deployment. To achieve this, Rouen and Normandy is a formidable testing ground: the Seine Axis, Rouen Autonomous Lab, urban projects driven by local authorities and committed local players...

Last published posts

Schyns Birgit

Schyns Birgit

Professeur NEOMA BS

Birgit joined Neoma Business School as Professor in Organisational Behaviour in 2017, after 11 years in the UK, first as Reader at University of Portsmouth and then at Durham University, later as full Professor at Durham University. After receiving her PhD from the University of Leipzig, Germany in 2001, she worked at University of Leipzig before moving to the Netherlands, where she lived and worked from 2002 to 2006 at Tilburg University and later at University of Twente. Her research focus is leadership, particularly the follower side of leadership as well as the dark side of leadership. She has published on topics including Leader-Member Exchange, transformational leadership, implicit leadership theories, followers’ perception of leadership and, more recently, destructive leadership. Birgit has edited several special issues and four books. She was associate editor for European Journal of Work and Organizational psychology (till 2011) and British Journal of Management (till 2013) and is currently associate editor for Applied Psychology: An International Review. Birgit serves on several editorial boards. Birgit has supervised several PhD students, mainly on leadership.

Last published posts

Wu Jian

Wu Jian

Professeur NEOMA BS

Jian WU holds a PhD in Finance from the Université Paris-Dauphine and a diploma from the SFAF (French Society of Financial Analysts). She first spent five years in a consulting firm for financial markets and financial analysis. She then joined NEOMA BS in 2000 as Associate Professor and was promoted to Professor in 2011. During this period, she was Manager of the Department of Economics and Finance from 2005 to 2013. Her research interests focus on Financial Engineering, Application of Derivatives in Real Economics and the Executive Management Salaries as part of Corporate Governance. She has published ten articles in academic journals such as Finance, International Review of Financial Analysis, Economic Bulletin, and Bankers, Markets & Investors.

Last published posts

Zhao Hong

Zhao Hong

Professeur NEOMA BS

Hong Zhao is an Assistant Professor of Finance at NEOMA Business School in France. Hong graduated from Arizona State University with a PhD in Finance in 2017. He has also earned a Master's Degree in Economics from Arizona State University, and a Bachelor's Degree in Economics and Mathematics from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China. Hong’s research interests fall under the broad label of empirical corporate finance. His current papers investigate how different mechanisms affect CEO incentives and board governance.

Last published posts