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NGUYEN Manh-Hung

 Statut : Professeur Associé

 Département : Management et Stratégie

 Responsabilité : n.a

 Diplômes et spécialisation  : Doctorat en Sciences de Gestion

 Domaines de recherche : Business models sociaux et durables, espaces collaboratifs

Cours enseignés : Management responsable, management strategic, management de projet, management interculturel, théories des organisations

– Sélection de publications :

[1] Nguyen, H. M. and Barros, M. (2019). “Made in Van Phuc”: how place identity can help artisans survive in a globalized world. The Conversation.

[2] Nguyen, H. M. and Huissoud, J-M. (2019). Debate: Vietnam, making friends with giants. The Conversation.

[3] Genet, C. and Nguyen, H. M. (2021). How do social franchising models benefit from embeddedness to scale? Business Model Conference. Copenhagen, Denmark, October, 5-6.

[4] Genet, C., Nguyen, H. M. and Sabatier, V. (2021). How do social franchising models benefit from intermediate actors to scale social value? 12th International Process Symposium. Rhodes, Greece, September, 1-4 (virtual).

[5] Nguyen, H. M. and Dey, P. (2021). Improving reproductive health care by changing spatial affordances: a multimodal inquiry of a social franchising project in Vietnam. 38th Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism. Copenhagen, Denmark, July, 5-6 (virtual).

[6] Nguyen, H. M. and Dey, P. (2020). Changing spatial affordances to improve the quality of public health facilities: a multimodal inquiry of a governmental social franchising model in Vietnam. 12th International Social Innovation Research Conference. Sheffield, UK, September, 1-3 (virtual).

[7] Nguyen, H. M., Barros, M. and Caroly, S. (2020). Shaping organizational spaces through the entanglement of boundaries, distances and movements. 36th European Group for Organizational Studies. Hamburg, Germany, July, 2-4 (virtual).

[8] Caroly, S., Didier, G., Martinaud, M-L., Nguyen, H. M., Barcellini, F., Catel, A., Barros, M. and Zwolinski, P. (2020). Typology of fab labs activities: what kind of collective work and innovation. 1st international workshop on Open Design and Open Source Hardware Product Development. Grenoble, France, March, 5-6.

[9] Catel, A., Caroly, S. Barros, M. and Nguyen, H.M. (2020). The fab labs business model: does it really work? 1st international workshop on Open Design and Open Source Hardware Product Development. Grenoble, France, March, 5-6.

[10] Nguyen, H. M., Barros, M. and Caroly, S. (2020). The role of the interactions between boundaries, distances and movements in the formation of organizational spaces: the case of fab labs. 4th Research Group on Collaborative Spaces. Lyon, France, January, 23-24.

[11] Nguyen, H. M. and Dey, P. (2019). How the affordances of an organizational space are normalized through the entanglement of verbal text, visual text and objects. Organization, Management and Theories of the Firm. Lugano, Switzerland, September, 26-27.

[12] Barros, M., Nguyen, H. M., Caroly, S. and Martinaud, M.-L. (2019). Craft 2.0: collective collaboration around machines in fab labs. 35th European Group for Organizational Studies. Edinburgh, UK, July, 4-6.

[13] Barros, M., Nguyen, H. M., Caroly, S. and Martinaud, M.-L. (2019). Sociomateriality in the context of fab labs. 3rd Research Group on Collaborative Spaces. Barcelona, Spain, January, 14-15.

[14] Nguyen, H. M. (2017). Insights into an adoption and adaptation process of a management innovation: the case of an innovative franchise in Vietnam (poster session). 7th Plural Ethnographies. Rouen, France, November, 8-10.

[15] Nguyen, H. M., Adam-Ledunois, S. and Rémy, E. (2017). When the “economies of worth” revisits managerial innovation: the case of the Sisterhood program in Vietnam. 2nd Abbé Grégoire Innovation Day. Paris, France, March, 28.

[16] Nguyen, H. M. (2016). Expected and less expected impact of the innovative healthcare franchising in Vietnam. 8th International Social Innovation Research Conference. Glasgow, UK, September, 5-7.

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