Join EURAM 2016 Labs- Tuesday 31 May

We invite all EURAM 2016 participants to choose one of its three labs on Tuesday 31 May afternoon at Université Paris Dauphine:



Université Paris- Dauphine

Address: Université Paris-Dauphine - Place du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny, 75016 Paris

Metro Station: Porte Dauphine (line 2) - RER Station: Avenue Foch (line C)



Please, come at 14:30 and leave your luggage at your hotel 



Theoretical Lab (University Paris – Dauphine, 15:00 – 18:15 – Room Raymond Aron)

Language and Thinking in Management and OS field: Main Findings and Challenges; towards a European Multilingual Field

This Round Table aims to clarify the relationship between language and thinking among the European field of Organization Studies and Management and to discuss the different challenges (intellectual, cultural) Europe faces to be more visible, relevant and original in this globalized world. The field of organization studies (OS) has historically, and particularly over the last twenty years, been dominated by Anglo-American production and Anglo-American journals. This social reality has provoked a number of publications focusing on the issue of OS production diversity.

This round table reflection based on Bourdieu’s scientific field analysis will be divided in two parts:

1) The first one will present the main elements of the contemporary situation.

2) The second will discuss the main intellectual and cultural challenges that the non-English native researchers, notably the Europeans, face in this context.


Organiser: Jean-François Chanlat (Université Paris-Dauphine, France)

Key Speakers: 

Jean-François Chanlat (Université Paris-Dauphine, France)

Jacob Dahl Rendtorff (Roskilde University, Denmark)

Anne-Wil Harzing (Middlesex University, UK)

Philippe Lecomte (Toulouse Business School & Président of GEM & Language, France)

Mustafa Özbilgin (Brunel University & EMR Editor-in-Chief, UK)

Yvon Pesqueux (CNAM Paris,  Professeur titulaire de la Chaire "Développement des Systèmes d’Organisation", France)

Marlei Pozzabon (HEC-Montréal & FGV, Sao Paulo, Brazil)

Lucy Taksa (Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia)


Teaching Lab (University Paris – Dauphine, 15:00 – 18:15 – Amphitheatre 2/3 )

New Technologies for Teaching

This workshop is going to present, in a very concrete and practical way, new technologies for teaching. MOOCS, Interactive Platforms, Serious Games and Multi Media Case Studies, etc. will be introduced and discussed by their authors. Which technologies do they use for teaching?  How do they use these technologies? Why? For which audiences? What are the results, successes, traps and difficulties? What advice and tips can they provide?

In "vivo examples" will be shared during the workshop. This workshop has been conceived to be very inter-active and designed as a platform for exchanging practices and innovative technological teaching solutions.


Organiser: Françoise Chevalier (HEC, Paris, France)

Key Speakers:

Manouchehr Ansari (University of Tehran, Iran) 

Cécile Dejoux (CNAM, Paris)

Ariane Dumont (Swiss Faculty Development Network, Swizerland)

Kristine De Walck (HEC Paris)

Clément Merville, President of Manzalab (France)

Ronaldo C. Parente (Florida International University, USA)

Alistair Smith (Founder and International Coordinator of the NGO Banana Link)


Innovate with the Practitioners Lab (University Paris – Dauphine, 15:00 – 18:15 – Amphitheatre 8 – Edgar Faure)

Paradoxes of collaborative innovation

This is thsecond edition of Innovation RINNODI workshopbased on an origina13 minute conferences” format.This workshop offerboth researcherand managers a shorand entertaininstorytelling window in order to generate an interestindebateThe 13’talks, taking place in a speciadécorwill be filmeand disseminated on ouwebsite (

The flagship topic this year is Paradoxes of collaborative innovation. In contrast to thinternally well-known integrated model of R&D, the collaborative mode that has emerged intensely in these last years, presents paradoxical issueconcerning thways of organizing knowledgexchanges with externastakeholderand connectinboth internaand externaas well asocial aneconomic activities. In this context there is a need tconfrondifferenpoints of view, from varioucontexts ancountrieadifferent levels of analysis (firms, innovation clusteranecosystemsregionaannationasystems)


Organisers: Luciana Castro Gonçalves (ESIEE Paris) and Liliana Mitkova (UPEM), Heads of RINNODI

Key Speakers:

Patrick Cohendet (HEC Montreal, Canada)

Gilles Garel (CNAM, France)

Tatiane Guimarães (PUC Minas, Brazil)

Thierry Menissier (lAE Grenoble, France)

Eric Lemerle (Responsible for new mobility & research methods, Renault /France)

Magnus Gustafsson (PBI Institute, Abo Akademi, Finland)

Jean-Claude Ruano-Borbalan (HT2S, Paris, France)

Phillippe Sajhau (Vice-Président Smarter Cities, IBM)

Yuandi Wang (Sichuan University, China)



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