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Jean-François Chanlat

Jean-François Chanlat

Jean-François Chanlat brings a multidisciplinary perspective in management and organizational science to the journal's editorial board. Author and co-author of numerous books, articles and book chapters, he is professor emeritus in management and organizational sciences at Université Paris-Dauphine P.S.L., affiliated professor at HEC-Montréal and visiting professor at Institut Mines Télécom BS.


His work focuses on organization theory, organizational behavior, organizational anthropology, corporate sociology, intercultural management, diversity management, critical studies and well-being and ill-being at work. He was deputy editor-in-chief of the journal Management international, and is a reviewer and member of the scientific committee of numerous national and international journals. An internationally recognized specialist in the anthropology of organizations and intercultural management, he has just received the IFSAM Award for Exceptional Service to the Management Field Worldwide for his outstanding contributions over the years to the development of the field of management in France, Canada, Africa and Latin America, in particular his advocacy of research that is both thematically diverse and respectful of the singularities of contexts, and for his commitment to promoting multilingualism. 

Deux articles importants dans sa carrière

L'ouvrage international qu'il a dirigé en 1990, L'individu dans l'organisation. Les dimensions oubliées, proposait une perspective anthropologique des organisations et mettait en évidences des dimensions oubliées par la gestion (parole et langage, espace et temps, vie psychique, altérité, vie symbolique et plaisir et souffrance dans les organisations). Cet ouvrage est devenu un ouvrage de référence dans le champ (voir l'ouvrage dirigé par Hèla Yousfi et Gregor Bouville aussi publié en 2022 aux Presses de l'Université Laval).

Sciences sociales, management et sociétés : plaidoyer pour une anthropologie élargie, qui vient tout juste de sortir aux Presses de l'Université Laval et chez Hermann à Paris, qui expose les rapports que les sciences sociales ont entretenues avec le management et la nécessité d'élargir la vision de ce dernier face aux défis contemporains.