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Aurélie Dudézert is university professor at the University of Paris-Sud. Researcher in Information Management Systems, she is a specialist in Knowledge Management (KM) and in the digital transformation of organizations. A graduate of Sciences-Po Bordeaux and Paris, she began her career as a KM project manager at Ernst & Young and then at TOTAL. Having earned a doctorate at the Ecole Centrale Paris in 2003, she taught and led a research team in this institution between 2004 and 2013. Deputy Director of the Doctoral School, she participated in the development of the University Paris Saclay. In 2013 she joined IAE Poitiers and the CEREGE Laboratory, where she directs, in particular, the preparation for the Habilitation program (a Research Supervision certification), a project that uses digital methods to transform pedagogical practice. In addition, she leads the APOGEE research team (appropriation of management tools). She is the author of numerous articles and books including most recently "La controverse dans l’appropriation des outils de gestion: Contes de connaissance" [The controversy in the appropriation of management tools: Tales of knowledge] (in collaboration with Marine Portal 2016). Since 2014 she has been in charge of the Digitizing and Organization Club of the ANVIE (a national association for the valorisation of interdisciplinary research in the humanities and social science in relation to business), sponsored by BNP Paribas, la Française des Jeux (lottery company) and ORANGE.
She is the author of numerous articles and publications, most recently:
"La technologie-totem-Les technologies de l’information créatrices d’identité métier chez les chercheurs en entreprise" [Totem-technology: information technology and the creation of professional identity for business researchers] Revue Française de Gestion, 43 (267), 2017, 45-63 coauthored with V. Bossard-Préchoux and A. Grimand.