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Blanche SEGRESTIN


 

 

Blanche Segrestin is professor in Management Sciences, at Mines ParisTech, PSL Research University. 

Chair « Theory of the firm. Models of Governance & Collective Creation », with Armand Hatchuel, with the support of Artelia, BPI France, Mirova, Nutriset, RTE Veolia, and the Collège des Bernardins. 

Board member of the Chair of « Theory and Method for Innovative Design » (lead by A. Hatchuel and B Weil). 

Since 2012, deputy director of the Center for Management Science, in charge of the doctoral program in Management Science. 

 

 

Deputy director of I3, Interdisciplinary Institute for Innovation (2016-2018) 

Engineer of Mines ParisTech (1997), Doctor in Management Science of Mines ParisTech (2003), Habilitation at University Paris Dauphine (2009).

 

Main research interests

-      Theory of the firm: management history, history of modern business companies, theory of the innovative firm

-      Corporate governance and business law: variety of governance models, corporate governance and stakeholder theory or corporate social responsibility. Management agency and business law. 

-      Governance of the innovation: management of innovative capabilities and governance of creative processes. 

 

Awards

Best Accepted papers at Academy of Management 2018 : The Separation of Directors and Managers: A historical Examination of the Status of Managers

Best Paper Award du SIG Business for Society European Academy of Management (EURAM) 2018 : The incomplete Separation of Ownership & Control: where are the managers in law?

Palmes académiques, awarded January 2015

Best paper award of the Business for Society Special Interest Group Business for Society, EURAM, 2015. 

Kevin Levillain’s PhD received the price of the FNEGE in 2016 as well as the award 2018 Consult’inand the award for the best book in management sciences 2018.

Plume d’Argent, « Plumes de l’économie et du droit », Business & Legal Forum, October, 2015, award for the article B. Segrestin et A. Hatchuel, "Réconcilier entreprise et société", Sciences Humaines, 36 - 2014, category "Prospective article and legal innovation ». 

 

The book Refonder l’entreprise with Armand Hatchuel (2012, La République des Idées),has received several distinctions: 

-       Association Française de Communication interne AFCI (2012)

-      Manpower Foundation in collaboration with HEC (2012) 

-      “Best book in management”, the French Academy of Management (2013). 

 

Peter Pribilla Foundation Research Project Prize (2010)

Prix de thèse Paristech (2004) 

 

Academicresponsibilities 

 

-      Co-chair of the Research Seminar  “Enterprise, Responsibility & Civilization” (starting 2019)

-      Co-chair of the track “Innovation in Corporate Governance: Law, Management & Society” (since 2019)

-      Rethinking the corporation and its legal foundations: theoretical issues and social stakes », at European Academy of Management (2016-2018).

-      Co-chair of the interdisciplinary program at the Collège des Bernardins « Governance of the Enterprise & Creation of Common” (2015-2018) – see https://www.collegedesbernardins.fr/recherche/gouvernement-de-lentreprise-creation-de-commun

-      Co-organizer (with Kevin Levillain and Igor Filatotchev) of the 1st Workshop on Purpose-with-Profit Corporation ( 2-3 Novembre 2017)

-      Co-chair of the track “Rethinking the corporation and its legal foundations: theoretical issues and social stakes », at European Academy of Management (2016-2018). 

-      Member of the program ANR PURPOSE (« Emergence, Conditions and Management of Purpose-Driven Companies ») (dir. K. Levillain, 2016-2018).

-      Member of the Editorial Committees

o  RIODD conference in Paris 2017 (Dauphine University)

o  for the 8thmeeting of AIMS Innovation Group (2017)

o  Conference on Henri Fayol, Saint Etienne (June 1-3 2016)

-      Editor of the special issue in Entreprises et Histoire : « Le tournant fayolien » (2016)

-      Co-organizer of the Program ANR Impact « Institutional Work, Management and Legal Categories » (dir. E. Boxenbaum) (2014-2017)

-      Member of the Program PSL « Devoir de Vigilance » (dir. Sophie Schiller) (2015-2017)

-      Member of the Program GIP Justice « Codes of Corporate Governance » (dir. Tatiana Sachs) (2014-2016)

-      Member of the Program TMCI, « Théorie et Méthode de Conception innovante », (lead by A. Hatchuel, P. Le Masson et B. Weil) since 2009.

-      Member of HDR committee : 

o   Bertrand Valiorgue “« Actions collectives et traitement des externalités négatives », Université d’Auvergne 8 janvier 2016

o  J.-Y. Juban, "Qualité Totale, GRH des seniors et gouvernance des Scop : quelle appropriation du travail ?", Université Lyon, 2016.

 

 

 

Teaching activities 

At Mines ParisTech

-       Co-head (with Kevin Levillain) of the course “Government of the Enterprise” 

-       Co-head (with Franck Aggeri) of the doctoral program in Management Science – Mines ParisTech (since 2009)

-       PhD supervisor of defended PhD Thesis: Emmanuel Coblence (2011), Elsa Berthet (2013), Milena Klasing Chen (2015), Kevin Levillain (2015), Rachelle Belinga (2018), Laure-Anne Parpaleix (2019) 

-       PhD supervisor of on-goingPhD Thesis: Laure-Anne Parpaleix, Jérémy Lévêque and Samantha Ragot, and Chloé Salembier (in co-direction with INRA).

 

At PSL 

-       Co-head (with Kevin Levillain) of the PSL-week “New enterprises & Responsible Innovation” (since 2019)

 

In other universities 

-       Head of the course « Corporate governance » (Dauphine University, Master 101)

-       Head (with Kevin Levillain) of the course “Governance of the innovative Enterprise” (Dauphine University, Master MTI)- Université Paris Dauphine, INSTN, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan et Mines ParisTech 

-       Head of the course “Governance of the enterprise” (Daupine University, Master 101)

-       Chalmers University of Technology 

-       AgroParisTech (GIPE), Arts & Métiers ParisTech (master MSCI), Telecom ParisTech (ATHENS curricula), HEC (Innovation dans les services)

-       Master MTI – Université Paris Dauphine, INSTN, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan et Mines ParisTech 

 

 


"Odile Henry"   

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  • Gabriel Galvez-Behar, Armand Hatchuel, Odile Henry, Ellen O'Connor, Blanche Segrestin.  L’innovation a-t-elle joué un rôle dans la naissance de l’administrative science ?. Entreprises et Histoire, Eska, 2016, ⟨10.3917/eh.083.0121⟩. ⟨hal-01336831⟩