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Philippe MAIRESSE

Associate Professor

  • Communication & Culture Department

Department Pedagogy head, Communication & Culture Department

Head of Major, Communication & Culture Department

Teaching Domains

Creative and cultural industries organizing
Culture
Arts-based methods for Management
Creativity management

Research Domains

Art and value creation
The role of culture in Public Policy Development
Organizational Aesthetics
Art-based pedagogical innovation
Art-based research

Curriculum vitae

Doctorate in Arts
Université de Paris III Sorbonne Nouvelle, France (2014)

Doctorate of Business Administration, Business administration, Organizational Behavior
Utrecht University for Humanism, Netherlands (The) (2014)

Reversal: le partage de la parole comme expérience sensible, esthétique et politique.

Master Art
Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts, France (2006)

Engineer Degree in Telecommunication
Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, France (1980)

Publications

2017

MAIRESSE, P., BOBADILLA, N., LEFEBVRE, A. (2017) . Dysfunction. Ethics, strategies and challenges in art-based research dissemination., Dysfunction, 1 (1), 1-16

2015

BOBADILLA, N., SCHMIDT, G., DEBEDETTI, S., MAIRESSE, P. (2015) . About art, social science...and restructuring: an interview with Howard S. Becker, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 22 (6), 756-768

MAIRESSE, P., SCHMIDT, G., BAUJOLIN, R., MOUREY, D., DEBENEDETTI, S., PERRET, V., PICHAULT, F., XHAUFLAIR, V. (2015) . Quand l’art parle des restructurations d’entreprises : Dévoilement des impensés et connaissance expérientielle, Gérer et Comprendre (120), 67-78

2013

MAIRESSE, P., BEGON, E. (2013) . Réflexivité et capabilité : la part de création dans l’activité, Education Permanente (196),

MAIRESSE, P. (2018). L’approche esthétique des organisations et les méthodes de recherche ‘art-based’ : une posture épistémologique renouvelée (1ere ed.). In Moriceau J.-L, Soparnot, R. (Eds.), Pratiques des Méthodes Qualitatives. Editions EMS.

GUILLET DE MONTHOUX, P., & MAIRESSE, P. (2017). Aesthetics of Collective Action: Φ and Π in a twisted impromptu on art and research by operational aesthetics (1rst ed.). In Raviola, E. & Zackariasson, P. (Eds.), Arts and Business - Building a Common Ground for Understanding Current Society. Routledge.

MAIRESSE, P., & DEBENEDETTI, S. (2017). Who’s the Boss? Leadership, fable and power according to ‘The Boss-of-it-all’ (1rst ed.). In Letiche, H., Moriceau, J-L (Eds.), Turn to film. Sense Publishers.

MAIRESSE, P. (2017). Du contexte à la conversation. Dynamiques collectives et pratiques collaboratives en arts plastiques (1ere ed.). In Kisseleva, O. (Eds.), Art et Territoire. Jean-Michel Place.

MAIRESSE, P. (2016). Learning by Art-Making: The Inner-Outer Experience: An Experiment within a Master’s Course in Audit, Control, and Accounting (1rsrt ed.). In Wankel, C. et Wankel, L. (Eds.), Integrating Curricular and Co-Curricular Endeavors to Enhance Student Outcomes. Routledge.

MAIRESSE, P. (2015). Les règles de la discussion et le sentiment de partage : Une expérimentation sensible, en forme de performance participative (1ere ed.). In Moriceau, J-L., Letiche, H. and Le Theule, M-A. (Eds.), L’art du Sens. Sense Publishers.

MAIRESSE, P., & MOREL, C. (2018). Managing the relation between routines and creativity., British Academy of Management.

Conferences

MAIRESSE, P., & BOBADILLA, N. (2018). Artistic and organizational performance assessed., Art of Management and Organizations.

MAIRESSE, P. (2018). A revised ontology of participation. The case of Tino Seghal’s performance “These Associations”., CR3+ Navigating the plural voices of corporate responsibility.

MAIRESSE, P. (2018). Towards an object-oriented organizational aesthetics.., EGOS, track01 Ethnography, surprises, stories and speaking out.

MAIRESSE, P. (2017). The artist as ethical or cynical leader: my experience with Tino Sehgal., EGOS- Sub-theme 40: "The Moral of the Story: Aesthetics and Ethics in Organizations.".

Scientific activities

Reviewer for an academic journal :

  • Organization Studies
  • Organizational Aesthetics

Founder of an academic association :

  • Dysfunction journal (2017)

Reviewer for a scientific conference :

  • British Academy of Management (2018)