Bernard Forgues

Bernard Forgues - emlyon business school

I am a professor of strategy and organization, with a fascination for how technology impacts businesses, and an interest into understanding the big picture. Accordingly, in my research, I tend to emphasize the major opportunities and constraints organizations have to navigate. To give an example, a recent research looked into how should hoteliers adapt to the advent of rating platforms such as TripAdvisor. I believe in anchoring decisions in data, without forgetting how data was constructed in the first place. Besides my teaching and researching roles, I am the head of STORM, emlyon’s research center in strategy and organization, and I am also currently serving as Vice-Chair of EGOS, the largest academic society in Europe for organization researchers.

More information on Bernard Forgues:
His CV online
His ResearchGate page
His Academia page
His Google Scholar page
His STORM page

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Nov 22nd, 2017|Bernard Forgues, Strategy & Governance|

We’ve all heard how job hopping is the ‘new normal’ for young workers. How millennials expect to be challenged, supported and validated in their role – and that if an employer doesn’t provide these things they will simply jump ship to something new. Young workers are connected and agile - moving from one position to the next doesn’t faze them.