Julie Fabbri

Professor of strategy and innovation management at emlyon business school, I am mainly interested in the synergies between space and organization in the context of innovation. My research activities focus on the intersection between the recent spatial turn in the management and organization theory literature and the empirical phenomenon of the rise of new inter-company & collaborative spaces (e.g. makerspace, fab lab, hacker space…). I have completed a doctoral degree (2015) on intra- and inter-organizational dynamics within coworking spaces for innovative entrepreneurs. My main research projects deal with the materiality of organizations, open innovation management, and collective learning dynamics. I am also one of the co-founders of the international research network RGCS (Research Group on Collaborative Spaces –London, Montreal, Barcelona, Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris, Lyon/Grenoble), dealing with work and workplace transformations in the context of the sharing economy.

More information on Julie Fabbri:
• Her CV online
• Her ResearchGate page

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À quoi ressemblera le travail en 2030 ?

À quoi ressemblera le travail en 2030 ?

Le travail se transforme et avec lui toute la société. Les débats sur son futur ont été particulièrement vifs ces trois dernières années, (re)lancés par les discussions autour du digital, du travail indépendant, des pluri-actifs (slashers), du revenu universel, ou encore de questions sur les nouvelles formes de management, de solidarité et de gouvernance.