Pascale AUGER

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Pascale Auger is Professor of Complexity and Creativity Management at KEDGE Business School. As a graduate of l'Institut d'études politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), she worked for ten years in human resource departments before beginning her academic career. Pascale obtained a PhD (2004) and an HDR (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches) from IAE, Aix en Provence. She designed the course “Complexity and Management” currently taught online to over 1800 students at KEDGE. She also teaches courses connected to Creativity Management. In her research publications Pascale looks for patterns favorable to the emergence of creativity in organizations. 

    Recent publications
    Publication Year of publication Type of publication
    Pascale AUGER ; Vinca BIGO « The Mann Gulch Disaster : How do organizations cope with crisis situations? » Case Study CCMP, Collection KEDGE, n°KEDGE-OC-003 2016 Case Study
    Auger, P. & Woodman, R. W. (2016) Creativity and Intrinsic Motivation Exploring a Complex Relationship. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science September 2016 vol. 52 no. 3 342-366 2016 Refereed Article
    Pascale AUGER ; Vinca BIGO « On Creativity in Corporate Environments » Case Study CCMP, Collection KEDGE, n°KEDGE-OC-004 2016 Case Study
    Auger, P. & Le Poder, L. (2014) Manager l'inattendu : la tragédie MANN GULCH : un exemple de perte de sens et de résilience. CCMP: KEDGE-OC-001. 2014 Case Study
    Auger, P. (2014) Savez-vous favoriser la créativité au sein des entreprises ? CCMP: KEDGE-OC-002. 2014 Case Study
    Auger, P. & Reynaud, E. (2014) Les déterminants de la performance sociale. Comparaison des cas d'Emmaüs et des Restos du Cœur. Management & Avenir, Forthcoming. 2014 Refereed Article
    Auger, P., & Reynaud, E. (2011). L'innovation comme outil de lutte contre la pauvreté et l'exclusion : le cas Emmaüs. Gestion 2000, Vol. 28, No. 2, 51-68. 2011 Refereed Article
    Auger P «Créativité/innovation, distinction conceptuelles et implications organisationnelles» Gestion 2000 May-June 2009 pp 55-80 2009 Refereed Article
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