Micro-foundations of Organizational Learning
(Org. Design, Remote Work, Politics);
Formal Modeling; Applied Machine Learning.
I am currently a Ph.D. Candidate in Strategy and Management at ESSEC Business School, France. I am on the job market for an Assistant Professor position this year (2023 - 2024).
I study how organizations learn to be more intelligent via and along with their human constituents, and perhaps more importantly, conditions where they fail to do so. As such, I take the lens of organizations as information processing systems and conflict systems, and I am curious about how such systems aggregate the diverse knowledge, beliefs, and interests of their members. In my dissertation, I examine how organizational learning shapes and is shaped by (1) the structure of the organization, (2) the mode of work (remote or face-to-face), (3) the turnover of employees, and (4) the power and coalitional dynamics among organizational actors.
Feel free to reach out at email@example.com, I'm always happy to chat about organizational learning, computational modeling, or the curious case of life as a junior member of academia.