Isabelle FAGNOT

Operations Management-Supply Chain-Information Systems

Associate Dean Quality & Accreditations

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Isabelle Fagnot is Associate Dean Quality & Accreditation and Professor of Management of Information Systems at KEDGE Business School. She received her Ph.D. (2011) from the School of Information Studies of Syracuse University. Her research focuses on behavioral issues of managing Information Systems related to organizational security, quality assurance and the culture of the information profession. Isabelle’s research is regularly disseminated in journal publications, conference presentations and invited lectures. Isabelle has extensive experience in Quality Assurance – she has led initial and maintenance accreditation processes in Triple Crown schools.

    Recent publications
    Publication Year of publication Type of publication
    FAGNOT, I., "Assurance of Learning (AoL) and AACSB’s 2020 Business Accreditation Standards: a conversation with Marine Condette", Organization Management Journal, 2023, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 56-62 2023 Journal article
    VAS, R., I. FAGNOT - "How to Make Data Work for Your Organization: Is Data Culture the Missing Link ?" - 2021, The Case Centre 2021 Case Study
    GLAIZE, A., A. DUENAS, C. DI MATRINELLY, I. FAGNOT, "Healthcare decision-making applications using multi-criteria decision analysis: a scoping review", Journal of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis, 2019, vol. 26, pp. 62-83 2019 Journal article
    FAGNOT, I., C.YE, K.DESOUZA, "Unpacking complexities of mega-scale public sector information technology projects: An ecosystem perspective", Systèmes d'information & management, 2018, vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 9-41 2018 Journal article
    CROWSTON, K., I.FAGNOT, "Stages of motivation for contributing user-generated content: A theory and empirical test.", International Journal of Human Computer Studies, 2018, vol. 109, pp. 89-101 2018 Journal article
    Teaching domains

    Management of Information Systems

    Research domains

    Management Information Systems