Dr. Hind Benbya
Research themes :
Innovation Management, Information Technology and Business Value
Teaching department :
Sustainable development management: economy, human resources and diversity
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Dr. Hind Benbya, Full Professor of Technology and Innovation Management. She holds a joint PhD in Management Science (2006, University of Lecce, Italy and the French post-doctoral degree of supervising doctoral research in Management science (2013, “HDR”, University Paris XI). She joined Montpellier Business School in August 2006. Hind has been a visiting academic at the London School of Economics, UCLA-Anderson Businesss School, and Grenoble School of Management. Dr. Benbya's research and consulting consist in developing frameworks and tools for implementing and evaluating complex IT to support knowledge and innovative work (i.e., Co-Creation Communities, Innovation & Knowledge Platforms). Her work has appeared in several practitioner and academic journals, including MIT Sloan Management Review, Information Technology and People, Journal of Information Technology, and Communications of the AIS among others. Hind is author and co-editor of four books including: Knowledge Management Systems Implementation: Lessons from the Silicon Valley and Successful OSS Project Design and Implementation. Her research has been funded by the CIGREF, FNEGE and SANOFI. She regularly works with leading firms in the US and Europe and presents her research at premier academic and practitioner venues.
Selected Intellectual Contributions
Benbya H., Leidner D. & Preston D. Forthcoming. Information Systems alignment research curation. MIS Quarterly.
Yan J., Leidner D., Benbya H. & Zou W. 2018. The interplay between social capital and knowledge contribution in online user communities. Australasian Conference on Information Systems, December, Sydney, Australia.
Yan K., Leidner D. & Benbya H. 2018. Differential effects of user and employee participation on innovativenes in an online user innovation community. Journal of Management Information Systems, 35(3): 900-933.
Benbya H. & Leidner D. 2018. Harnessing employee innovation in idea management platforms: Lessons from Allianz UK. MIS Quarterly Executive, 17(2): 139-155.
Benbya H. 2016. Knowledge, IT and value creation: A critical realist perspective. Lambert Academic Publishing.
Benbya H. 2016. Mechanisms for knowledge transfer in the context of knowledge platforms: A governance perspective. Système d'Information et Management, 21(1): 39-67.
Khedhaouria A., Belbaly N. & Benbya H. 2014. Exploring the impact of organizational climate factors on organizational creativity within a centralized IS. Système d'Information et Management, 19(4): 7-30.
Innovation Management, IT & Business value