ORHAN Mehmet

Mehmet A. ORHAN

Associate Professor in management and organizational behavior - Academic Director of Graduate Program Digital Strategy and Innovation (Anglo)

ORHAN Mehmet
Discipline department
Organisational Studies & HR Management
Teaching area
Human Resources
Bio
Mehmet A. Orhan is an associate professor of management and organizational behavior and joined EM Normandie in 2021. He obtained his PhD in Work and Organizational Psychology from Tilburg University in the Netherlands in 2016. His dissertation was about the behavioral impacts of remote working practices at the individual level. His publications are mainly on the effects of technology in the workplace, and his research interests include the behavioral and ethical aspects of technology mediated interactions in broader social settings. Besides holding memberships and affiliations with various scholarly societies, he is a proud member of the Future of Work and Organizational Psychology movement.
Degrees
2015 : PhD in Work and Organizational Psychology, Tilburg University, Netherlands
Professional experience

Depuis 2021 : associate professor in management and organizational behavior, EM Normandie

2018-2021 : Head of International Management Program, Paris School of Business

2017-2021 : doctoral research advisor, University of Liverpool online, England

2014-2021 : affiliate professor of organizational psychology, Charles University, Czech Republic

2017-2019 : assistant professor of digital communication & behavior, Charles University, Czech Republic

2014-2017 : affiliated research fellow, Tilburg University, Netherlands

2012-2014 : external doctoral researcher, Vrije Universiteit, Belgium

ORHAN Mehmet
Mehmet A.
ORHAN
morhan@em-normandie.fr
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Publications

Publications

Year of publication

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Orhan, M.A 2015, 'Moving toward task virtuality in organizations', Ph.D in Work and Organizational Psychology, Tilburg University, Tilburg, Netherlands.

2015
PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

Akkan, E, Canhilal, K & Orhan, M (forthcoming), 'Fostering assigned expatriates’ innovativeness via culturally intelligent supervisors: A resource gain perspective', The International Journal of Human Resource Management. CNRS : 3 ; FNEGE : 2 ; ABS : 3.

2022
Academic articles

Orhan, M.A, Khelladi, I, Castellano, S & Singh, S (forthcoming), 'Work experience in algorithm-based platforms: The bright and dark sides of turking', Technological Forecasting and social change. CNRS : 2 ; FNEGE : 2 ; HCERES : A ; ABS : 3.

2022
Academic articles

Torres, S & Orhan, M.A. (forthcoming), 'How It Started, How It's Going Why past research does not encompass pandemic-induced remote work realities and what can leaders do for more inclusive remote work practices', Psychology of Leaders and Leadership (formerly Psychologist-Manager Journal). ABS : 1.

2022
Academic articles

Rezaee Vessal, S, Partouche, J, Khelladi, I, Castellano, S, Orhan, M & Sorio, R (forthcoming), 'When Cause Familiarity Leads to Positive Attitudes Toward Brands in a Cause–Brand Alliance: A Cross-Cultural Study During the COVID-19 Pandemic', International Marketing Review. FNEGE : 2 ; HCERES : A ; ABS : 3.

2022
Academic articles

Orhan, M.A & Collisson, B (forthcoming), 'Who said there’s no such thing as a free lunch? Customers’ dark triad traits predict abuse of food refund policies', Personality and Individual Differences. ABS : 3.

2022
Academic articles

Tierney, W, Ebersole, C.R, Hardy, J, …, Orhan, M.A, …, Uhlmann, E.L 2021, 'A creative destruction approach to replication: Implicit work and sex morality', Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, vol. 93.

2021
Academic articles

Castellano, S, Khelladi, I, Orhan, M, Partouche, J, Vessal, R & Sorio, R 2021, ‘Résilience et stratégies de coping durant l’épidémie de la COVID-19 en France’, Cahiers Risques et Résilience, ‘La crise sanitaire vecteur de résilience’, no. 3, Editions L’Harmattan, décembre, pp. 17-28.

2021
Academic articles

Orhan, M.A 2021, 'Dynamic interactionism between research fraud and research culture: A commentary to Harvey’s analysis', Quality in Higher Education, vol. 27(1), pp. 134-146. 

2021
Academic articles

Papa, A, Chierici, R, Ballestra, L.V, Meissner, D & Orhan, M.A 2021, 'Harvesting reflective knowledge exchange for inbound open innovation in collaborative complex networks: An empirical verification in Europe', Journal of Knowledge Management, vol. 25, n. 4, pp. 669-692. CNRS : 3 ; FNEGE : 3 ; HCERES : B ; ABS : 2.

2021
Academic articles