At Audencia Business School, we believe responsible management serves the interests of both an organisation and society at large – going beyond technical approaches that focus on optimisation based purely on finances.
The research we produce in the Management Department is designed to promote a “human” form of management that integrates economic, social, technological, legal and ethical issues in decision-making. We believe properly defining and implementing business strategies, managing human resources and change and developing new technology and information systems requires management that accounts for the individual and social dynamics of an organisation.
Discover some of the programmes offered to students in management:
On Thursday afternoons, each department regularly invites renowned researchers working in France or abroad to present recent projects at Audencia. The departments also organise internal research seminars, which allow faculty members and PhD students from Rn’B Lab to present and improve their work through discussion with their colleagues.
To strengthen the skills of laboratory members, methodology workshops are held regularly:
Rn’B Lab members actively participate in workshops to strengthen their skills in scientific writing and assessment of academic articles in the English language. Researchers also receive mentoring in a Higher Degree Research (HDR) approach to management science.
|24/09/2015||Peter Heslin||Mindsets Research, Implications, and a Question|
|05/11/2015||Saoure Kouame||Relating microprocesses to macro-outcomes in qualitative strategy research|
|21/01/2016||Veronica Lin||From Customer-Oriented Strategy to Organizational Financial Performance: The Role of Human Resource Management and Customer-Linking Capability|
|17/03/2016||Isabelle Salmon||Comment les managers opérationnels confrontés aux défis liés au vieillissement rationalisent-ils leurs choix dans un contexte économique difficile ?|
|24/03/2016||Vijay Pereira||Doing Business in India- Exploring Through Seven Questions and Answers|
|28/04/2016||Eric Martel||On behalf of consumers”: a theoretical approach to front-line workers’ resistance|