INNOVATION AND ORGANIZATION
- 13:30 to 15:00 Seminar : Performing Valorisation. The case of the Louvre museum
Laure Cabantous, (CASS – co-authors: Emmanuel Coblence & Jean-Pascal Gond)
She is Professor of Strategy and Organization at Cass Business School. She has a specific interest for the performative power of theories - that is their ability to shape the world and business practices. Laure also studies decision-making practices, both at the organizational and the individual levels with a specific interest for the management of risk and uncertainty, the interplay between intuition and analysis, and calculative practices in organisations (i.e., how various types of models such as economic models, business models are used in organisations and help managers make decisions).
- 15:15 to 16:45 Seminar : Subversive Entrepreneurship: Who are the entrepreneurs who want to change the world?
Sylvain Bureau (ESCP – co-authors: Charles Eesley and Aurélien Acquier)
Ph.D. in management science, he is the Director of the Chair of Entrepreneurship of ESCP Europe. His key research topic is subversion in entrepreneurship, on which he is collaborating with colleagues at Stanford University and University College of London. Sylvain created Improbable: a workshop to learn entrepreneurship through art (see last exhibition in virtual reality in Paris). Sylvain is also the co-founder of Storymakers, an app and a storytelling method to create pitches on an online one-pager.