CV - GORGEON Arnaud





Appointments

·  Professor, Information Systems, Groupe ESC Clermont, France, 2009-present.

·  Director, Executive MBA Program, France Business School, France, 2010-2012

·  Affiliate UCLA lecturer, Information Systems, University of California Riverside, Anderson Graduate School of Management, U.S.A., 2008

·  Lecturer, Information Systems, IE Business School, Madrid, Spain, 2000-2002

·  Research Engineer, Shell Research Center, Thornton, U.K., 1991-1998

Education

·  Ph.D. (Information Systems), February 2009, UCLA Anderson School of Management

·  International M.B.A., 2000, IE Business School, Madrid, Spain

·  M.Sc. Engineering, 1991, Ecole Polytechnique de l’Université Orléans, France

Journal Articles

·   Gorgeon, A. & Swanson, E. B. (2011), “Web 2.0 according to Wikipedia: Capturing an organizing vision,” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, (62:10), October, pp. 1916–1932.

·   Ungut, A., Gorgeon A. & Gökalp, I. (1993), “Planar Laser Induced Fluorescence Study of Turbulent Flame Kernel Growth and Fractal Characteristics,” Combustion Science and Technology, (92:4-6), pp. 265-290.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

·  Gorgeon, A. (2015), “Anti-Fragile Information Systems,” Proceedings of the 30th International Conference on Information Systems, Fort Worth, Texas - USA, December 12-15.

·   Gorgeon, A. (2010), “Evolution of the Role of Change Agent for CIOs during Their Time in Office,” Proceedings of the 30th International Conference on Information Systems, Saint Louis, Missouri - USA, December 12-15.

·  Gorgeon, A. and Swanson, E. Burton (2009), “Organizing the Vision for Web 2.0: A Study of the Evolution of the Concept in Wikipedia,” Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration, Orlando, Florida, October 25-27.

·  Gorgeon, A. (2009), “Exploring the Internal Structure and Dynamics of Organizational Routines using Language as a Metaphor,” Academy of Management Meeting, Chicago, Best paper proceedings OMT Division, August 7-11.

Refereed Conference Presentations

·  Gorgeon, A. (2010), “Organizational routines: The language of organizations?,” 4th International Conference on Organizational Routines, Nice, June 11-12.

·  Gorgeon, A; (2008), “Unpacking the Teleological Motor of Change: A Study of the Implementation of a New IT Architecture,” presented at the Academy of Management Meeting, Anaheim, August 8-13.

·   “Gorgeon, A. (2008), “From Willow to Oak? Change Agentry Models CIOs Follow During Their Time in Office,” presented at the Academy of Management Meeting, Anaheim, August 8-13.

Other Presentations

·   Lambour, C. and Gorgeon, A. (2011), “Linking Quality Assurance Certification Standards and Information Systems Characteristics: a comparative case study,” OASIS Workshop, International Conference on Information Systems, Shanghai, December 2-8.

·   Swanson, E. Burton and Gorgeon, A. (2008), “Organizing the Vision for Web 2.0: A Study of the Evolution of the Concept in Wikipedia,” presented at the OASIS IFIP WG 8.2 workshop at ICIS, Paris, December 14-17.

·  Gorgeon, A. (2008), “From Willow to Oak? Change Agentry Models CIOs Follow During Their Time in Office,” European School of Management and Technology (ESMT), Berlin.

·  Gorgeon, A. (2007), “IT Architecture: from Vision to Implementation and Use: The Case of UCLA Anderson School of Management, 1983-2000,” invited presentation at IESE Business School Research Seminar, Spain, and UCLA Anderson School of Management IS Colloquium Series.

Working Papers

·   Gorgeon, A. “Exploring the Internal Structure and Dynamics of Organizational Routines using Language as a Metaphor,” UCLA Anderson School of Management, Information Systems Working Paper Series # 2-08.

·   Swanson, E. Burton and Gorgeon, A. “Assessing the CIO’s Application Focus,” UCLA Anderson School of Management, Information Systems Working Paper Series # 1-07.

·   Gorgeon, A. “Unpacking the Teleological Motor of Change: A Longitudinal Study of the Implementation of a New IT Architecture,” UCLA Anderson School of Management, Information Systems Working Paper Series # 1-06.

·   Swanson, E. Burton and Gorgeon, A. “Junior Faculty Hiring Among Leading U.S. Business Schools,” UCLA Anderson School of Management, working paper, 2006.

·   Gorgeon, A. “The Impact of Internet on Family Communication and Social Relationships: A Structural Equation Modeling Study,” Working Paper, 2005.

·   Gorgeon, A., Santalo J., Allen, D. B., and Tazon G. “Audiovisual Piracy in Spain: Key Factors and Future Economic Impacts,” IE Business School Working Paper.

Cases and teaching material

·  “The X-box: Now it’s Time to Play,” with David B. Allen, 2003.  Winner of the Best Practical Case Study at the annual European Case Writing Competition held by E.F.M.D.

·  Business Diversification,” with David B. Allen, interactive technical note that creates a useful conceptual framework for assessing whether or not a company should diversify (IE Business School multimedia case).

·  “Five Forces,” with David B. Allen, interactive technical note that introduces Michael Porter's Five Forces Model as a tool for strategic analysis of an industry (IE Business School).

Industry Experience

IE Business School, Madrid, Spain, 2000-2002

·   Research Manager and lecturer in E-business strategy.  Managed the BSCH-MIT-IE Financial Services and the Web Research Initiative ($500,000 budget).  This project sponsored by Banco Santander Central Hispano was conducted in collaboration with M.I.T. to study the impact of the Internet and related technologies on the Banking industry.

Shell Research and Technology Center, Chester, England,1992-1998

·  Responsible for the development of critical test methods for the oil industry, which assess and monitor the lubricative properties of aviation fuel.

·  Led several fundamental and applied research projects aimed at improving the understanding of combustion processes in diesel engines.  Also in charge of the development of a flammable gas detector based on infrared imaging providing 2D viewing and detecting capability.

Awards and Honors

·  UCLA nominee for 2006 ICIS Doctoral Consortium in Milwaukee

·  UCLA Anderson School Fellowship 2002-2007

·  Winner of the Best Case Study at the European Case Study Competition (E.F.M.D.) in 2003

Review Experience

·   Ad hoc reviewer for Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, ICIS Conferences, AOM Conferences, AIM Conferences and others









 




PUBLICATIONS

Web 2.0 according to Wikipedia: Capturing an organizing vision

2011 - Gorgeon A,Swanson EB Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology n°10 - pp 1916-32