Stéphanie Missonier received her PhD in Management of Information Systems from the University of Nice, Sophia Antipolis, France in 2008. Her research adopts an interdisciplinary perspective for designing innovative artefacts that aim at supporting team collaboration in different projects – including IT projects – through increasing the quality of their conversation. She will be a visiting scholar at Stanford, invited through the SCANCOR network. She is a member of AIM, Swiss Chapter of the AIS and has published in international outlets such as the Journal of Management Information Systems (JMIS), Organizational Studies and International Journal of Project Management (IJPM).
- cross-boundary collaboration
- project management
Avdiji H., Elikan D., Missonier S. ; Pigneur Y. (2018, Jan). Designing Tools for Collectively Solving Ill-Structured Problems. Proceedings of the 51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
Hussenot Anthony , Missonier Stéphanie (2017, Jun). New form of collaboration: how do makers participate in the definition of situated and social temporalities?. Organizations, Artifacts & Practices (OAP).
Missonier A., Missonier S., Géraudel M., Thelisson A.-S. (2016). Interorganizational cooperation in IT industry: How deal with paradoxical tensions?
Hussenot A. , Missonier S. (2016). Encompassing stability and novelty in organization studies: an events-based approach. Organization Studies, 37, 523-546.
Missonier Stéphanie (2016). Et si nous parlions pour clôturer la controverse ?. La Controverse dans l’appropriation des outils de gestion- Contes de connaissanc (pp. 55-86). l'Harmattan.
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