Xavier PHILIPPE

Associate Professor in Sociology of Work

Discipline department
HR & Organisation
Teaching area
Thesis Methodology
Human Resources Management
Management
Organizational Behaviour
Bio
Xavier Philippe is an Associate Professor of The Sociology of Work. He joined EM Normandie in 2015. He has a PhD in management science and the sociology of work awarded jointly by the ESCP Business School and the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers (CNAM) in 2012. His thesis is entitled 'L'institution seconde Université d'Entreprise. Une analyse de l'imaginaire organisationnel'. (“The secondary institution Corporate University. An analysis of the organisational imaginary”). His research interests are the institutionalisation of management tools and practices in organisations and the role of companies on an institutional level. He focuses specifically on the fundamental role of the organisational imaginary in disseminating and legitimising management tools, practices and symbols.
Degrees
2012 : PhD in Human Resource, CNAM Conservatoire national des arts et métiers
Professional experience

Since 2015 : associate professor in human ressources management, EM Normandie
2011-2015 : professor assistant, Neoma Business School
2010-2011 : research assistant, Rouen Business School
2010 : affiliated teacher, Rouen Business School
2007-2010 : responsible for Plans in pedagogic engineering, ESCP Europe

Xavier
Philippe
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR IN SOCIOLOGY OF WORK
+33 (0) 2 31 46 78 78
xphilippe@em-normandie.fr

Publications

Publications

Year of publication

Type

Philippe, X 2012, 'L'institution seconde Université d'Entreprise. Une analyse de l'imaginaire organisationnel', Phd in human Resource, CNAM Conservatoire national des arts et métiers, Paris, France.

2012
PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

Sorreda, T & Philippe, X 2020, ‘“Business is business”: a journey into a French suburban drug dealing bureaucratic gang’, Society and Business Review, (online 01/06/2020). FNEGE: 4 ; HCERES: C; ABS 2 

2020
Academic articles

Philippe, X & Sorreda, T 2020, ‘L’université d’entreprise au carrefour de la formation des élites managériales et de la formation continue en entreprise’, Revue internationale de psychosociologie et de gestion des comportements organisationnels (RIPCO), 2020/64 (Vol. XXVI), pp. 103-121. CNRS : 4; FNEGE : 4 ; HCERES : C.

2020
Academic articles

Lourd, C & Philippe, X 2019, "'Take your passion and make it happen”: la reconversion professionnelle déraisonnable. Le cas de la filière équine', Revue Internationale de Psychosociologie et de Gestion des Comportements Organisationnels (RIPCO), 2019/60, vol. XXV, pp. 41-62. FNEGE: 4 ; HCERES: C

2019
Academic articles

Philippe, X, Alves, S & Ardouin, T 2019, ‘L’orchestration organisationnelle des attentes de reconnaissance sociale. Le cas d’un programme d’Université d’Entreprise’, Recherches en Sciences de Gestion, no. 131, 2019/2, April, pp.165-188. CNRS 4 ; FNEGE 3 ; HCERES: B

2019
Academic articles

Pralong, J, Philippe, X, & Peretti-Ndiaye, M 2016, 'La « génération Y » entrera dans la carrière. Étude intergénérationnelle des schémas de carrière des ingénieurs français', Recherches en Sciences de Gestion, no. 116, pp. 103-123. CNRS: 4 ; HCERES: B ; FNEGE: 3 

2016
Academic articles
Alves, S, Ardouin, T & Philippe, X 2014, 'Tuteur, Manager, un enrichissement bi-directionnel', Management & Avenir, no. 67, pp.33-50, January.; CNRS: 4; AERES: C; FNEGE: 4
2014
Academic articles

Culié, J.D, Meyer, V & Philippe, X 2020, ‘Boredom in dehumanized organizations: a Heideggerian journey into Michel Houellebecq’s novels’, virtual 36th EGOS Colloquium, Hambourg, Germany, July 2-4.

2020
Academic communications

Sorreda, T, Philippe, X & Bouilloud, J-P 2019, “Born to be wild”? How illegal organization built new “moral identity”. The case of drug dealing gangs’, 35th EGOS Colloquium 2019, Edinburgh, UK, July 1-6.

2019
Academic communications

Philippe, X, Picard, S & Steyer, V 2019, ‘Power, productive resistance and clandestine organizing: Achieving internal legitimacy of the 2014 World Equestrian Games’, 35th EGOS Colloquium 2019, Edinburgh, UK, July 1-6.

 

2019
Academic communications