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Hélène Picard


Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor to department People, Organizations and Society
PhD in Management Science, Université Paris-Dauphine

Areas of expertise

  • Management
  • Power and resistance within organizations
  • Psychoanalysis and Management

Dr. Hélène Picard’s work is mainly on social and managerial innovations (such as “liberated” companies and post-heroic leadership, organization and governance issues in social businesses, third places …), with a specific interest in understanding their impact on employees’ lived experience of work. Hélène is experienced in using in-depth Qualitative methods of inquiry, as well as drawing on critical theories and psychoanalytical approaches to analyze the impacts of these new models. Within Grenoble Ecole de Management, she is a member of the AFMO Research Team and the Chair on Economic Peace, Well-Being at work and Mindfulness.

    • Behaviour at Work - Master - Since 2017
    • New Organizations & Well Being at Work - Master - Since 2019
    • Advanced Seminar in OT/OB - PhD - Since 2018
    • New models of governance - Master - Since 2019
    • Managing People in a Global Context - Master - Since 2019
    • Organizational Behaviour - Master - Since 2018