Dr. Baylon Donoxti
|Research themes||Digital transformation, Organizational Change, Control and Resistance|
|Teaching department||Entrepreneurship, Strategy, Technology, Innovation, Management|
Dr Donoxti Baylon started at Montpellier Business School in September 2020. Previously, he has worked as a Lecturer in Organization Studies at the University of Strathclyde Business School, Glasgow (Scotland, United Kingdom). He has accomplished his PhD at ESSEC Business School in June 2018. His research explores the interactions of technology and work, the ethics of technology, organizational control and resistance, and the management of change. In his previous and ongoing studies, he investigates the digital transformation of work in global organizations, occupational communities and work, and the evolution of communicative practices to organize work in global organizations.
Baylon D. & Barros M. Forthcoming. The mutual constitution of genre and knowledge: The case of genre resistance in the French diplomatic occupational community. Organization Studies.
Baylon D. 2017. The making of a diplomat: the case of the French Diplomatic and Consular Institute as an identity workspace. In F. Bicchi & N. Bremberg (Eds.), European Diplomacy in Practice: Interrogating Power, Agency and Change. London, Routledge.
Baylon D. 2016. The making of a diplomat: the case of the French diplomatic and consular institute as an identity workspace. European Security, 25(4):502-523.
Baylon, D. 2014. Health in Karimbo, a tripartite negotiation between a NGO representative, a minister, and the capital city mayor. Centrale de Cas et de Médias Pédagogiques de Paris (CCMP).
Strategy: Digital Change, Strategy and Organizational Analysis
Organization Studies: People and Organizations, The Reflective Manager, Contemporary Trends in Management Practice, Ethnography of Managerial Work, Reflective Practice
International Management: Globalization, Geopolitics: Methods and Practice, Brexit and Scenario-Planning, International Negotiations