I lecture in Strategic Management in corporate HR while continuing my research at the Organizations, Critical and Ethnographic (OCE) perspectives research center.
My PhD thesis was based on a three-year field study of the relationship between internal employees and external workers (temporary workers, interns and service providers) in a large company.
My current projects concern people's experience of work and employment at a time of corporate transformation examining in particular the viability of current configurations.
2012: PhD (Doctorat) in Management Science, Université Paris Nanterre - Ecole des Mines ParisTech, France. Dissertation title: The action of individuals in the firm: bridging the gap between work and organization; a study of the collaboration between regular employees and external workers in a large-scale French company. Highest honors – Finalist of the Best Dissertation Award in Social Science given by the French Journal Le Monde
- 2009: Master in Organization Science, Ecole des Mines ParisTech and Université Paris Nanterre, France
- 2008: Master in Business, Grenoble Ecole de Management, France
2019 - Now: Associate Professor, emlyon business school, France
- 2018 - Now: Coordinator - Faculty Group Human Relations and Regulations, emlyon business school, France
- 2013 - 2018: Assistant Professor, emlyon business school, France