Today’s economy requires managers who can lead their organizations in an ever changing and complex environment. With intensifying global competition, tomorrow’s leaders will have to learn how to adapt and innovate, collaborate across different cultures and industries, manage diverse teams, and shape firm’s strategic direction.
The cutting-edge research conducted by ESSEC’s Management Department aims to help current students and future managers to master the diverse knowledge and skills needed to face the problems and challenges present in modern business environment.
The department regularly organizes research seminars with the participation of guests from leading institutions worldwide.
Research seminar series program
The department offers undergraduate and graduate-level courses through diverse pedagogical tools that translate the research findings into advanced tools, frameworks, and insights to help guide managerial decision making. There are three chairs within the Department namely Armand Peugeot Chair, Chair of Leadership and Diversity, ESSEC Change Management Chair, as well as a chair being renewed Edgar Morin Chair on Complexity.
The department has 36 full-time faculty and 24 part-time lecturers centered around four areas: strategy, organization behavior, entrepreneurship, and international management. The department faculty regularly publishes in top-tier academic and practitioner journals.
PhD in Management
As a student of our PhD program at ESSEC, you will learn how to conduct leading-edge research and to engage in generating new knowledge necessary to help businesses to create value to businesses, shareholders, and the society as a whole.
Information and contact
Jessica Roussel, tél: + 33 (0)1 34 43 37 54