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Linda Rouleau, professeure agrégée

Titre(s) académique(s)

Champ(s) d'intérêt(s)
Nouvelles perspectives en management stratégique (« strategy as social practice »), méthodes de recherche qualitatives, récits de pratiques, gestionnaires intermédiaires, restructurations d’entreprises, formation des stratégies en contextes pluralistes.

Publications représentatives

Articles de revues

  • Labelle, V., Rouleau, L. (forthcoming). “The institutional work of hospital risk managers: Democratizing and professionalizing risk management”. Journal of Risk Research 
  • Rouleau, L., de Rond, M., Musca, G. (2014). “From the ethnographic turn to new forms of organizational ethnography”. Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 3 (1): 2-9. 
  • Rouleau, L. (2013). “Strategy-as-practice research at a crossroads”. M@n@gement, 16 (5): 547-565. 
  • Rouleau, L. (2013). « L’ethnographie organisationnelle d’hier à demain ». Revue Internationale de Psychosociologie et de Gestion des Comportements Organisationnels, 29 (48) : 27-43. 
  • Teulier, R., Rouleau, L. (2013). “Middle managers’ sensemaking and interorganizational change initiation: Translation spaces and editing practices”. Journal of Change Management, 13 (3): 308-337. 
  • Fauré, B. Rouleau, L.  “The strategic competence of accountants and middle managers in budget making”.  Accounting, Organization and Society, 36: 167-182. 
  • Rouleau, L., Balogun, J. “Middle managers, strategic sensemaking, and discursive competence”. Journal of Management Studies, 48 (5): 953-983. 
  • Boxenbaum, E., Rouleau, L. (2011). “New knowledge products as bricolage: Metaphors and scripts in organizational theory”. Academy of Management Review, 36 (2): 272-296.
  • Denis, J.-L., Dompierre, G., Langley, A.  Rouleau, L.  (2011). “Escalating indecision: between reification and strategic ambiguity”. Organization Science 22, 225-244. 
  • Daigle, P., Rouleau, L.  (2010). “Strategic plans in arts organizations: a compromising tool between artistic and managerial values”, International Journal of Arts Management, 12 (3): 13-30.
  • Denis, J.-L., Langley, A., L. Rouleau (2007). “Strategizing in pluralistic contexts: rethinking theoretical frames”. Human Relations, 60 (1): 179-215.
  • Denis, J.-L., Langley, A., Rouleau, L. (2006). “The Power of Numbers in Strategizing”. Strategic Organization, 4 (4): 349-377.
  • Rouleau, L. (2005). “Micro-practices of strategic sensemaking and sensegiving: how middle managers interpret and sell change every day”. Journal of Management Studies, 42 (7): 1413-1443. 
  • Whittington, R., Jarzabkowski, P., Mayer, M., Mounoud, É., Nahapiet, J., Rouleau, L. (2003). “Taking Strategy Seriously: Responsibility and Reform for an Important Social Practice”. Journal of Management Inquiry, 12 (4): 396-409.

Livres

  • Golsorkhi, D., Rouleau, L., Seidl, D., Vaara, E. (eds). (2015). Cambridge Handbook of Strategy as Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (Second edition) 
  • Jalette, P., Rouleau, L. (dir.). (2014). Perspectives multidimensionnelles sur les restructurations. Québec : Presses de l’Université Laval. 
  • Rouleau, L. (2007). Théories des organisations. Approches classiques, contemporaines et de l’avant-garde. Québec : Presses Universitaires du Québec. 

Chapitres de livre

  • Rouleau, L., Balogun, J., Floyd, S. (2015). « Strategy-as-practice research on middle managers’ strategy work ». In Golsorkhi, ROULEAU, Seidl, Vaara, eds). Cambridge Handbook of Strategy as Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 598-615. 
  • Rouleau, L. (2015). « Studying strategizing through biographical methods: narratives of practices and life trajectory of practitioners”. In Golsorkhi, Rouleau, Seidl, Vaara, eds). Cambridge Handbook of Strategy as Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 462-476. 
  • Musca, G., Rouleau, L., Fauré, B. (2014). “Time, space and calculation in discursive practice: Insights from the crows’ flight chronotope of the Darwin Expedition” In Cooren, F., Vaara, E., Langley, A., Tsoukas, H. (eds), Language and Communication at Work: Discourse, Narrativity and Organizing, coll. Perspectives on Process Organization Studies, Oxford: Oxford University Press, vol. 4, 127-148. 
  • Rouleau, L., Musca, G., Perez, M., Giordano, Y. (2013). “The Darwin mountaineering expedition in Patagonia: a case of successful leadership failure”. In Giannantonio, C.M., Hurley-HAnson, A. E. (eds), Extreme Leadership, USA: Edward Elgar, 62-71. 
  • Denis, J.-L., Langley, A., Kisfalvi, V., Rouleau, L.  (2011). “Perspectives on Strategic Leadership”. Sage Handbook of Leadership (Collinson, Bryman, Jacskon, Uhl-Bien, Grint, eds), London: Sage, 71-85. 
  • Denis, J.L., Langley, A. and Rouleau, L. (2005).   “Rethinking Leadership in Public Organizations”. In The Oxford Handbook of Public Management,   (Ferlie, Lynn & Pollitt, eds), Oxford: Oxford University Press, p. 446-467. 

Activités d’organisation de la recherche en cours et rayonnement 

  • Co-responsable du GéPS (Groupe d’étude sur la pratique de la stratégie) depuis sa fondation http://geps.hec.ca/ 
  • Convenor, Skillful Performance : Enacting Expertise, Competence and Capabilities in Organizations, 7th International Process Symposium, Kos, Greece, 24-27 June 2015. 
  • Convenor, Reflexivity, Responsibility and Creativity in Organizational Ethnography, SWG 15, 31th EGOS Colloquium, Athens, 2-4 July 2016. 
  • Leader of an international and interdisciplinary network on “Organizing Extreme Contexts” (http://organizingextremecontexts.org/).
  • Chair Program, 29th EGOS Colloquium, Montréal, July 4-6, 2013.
  • Editorial committees’ member of the following referee journals: Journal of Management Studies, Organizational Research Methods, Organization Studies, Strategic Organization, European Journal of Management, M@n@gement, Management International

Financement de la recherche en cours 

  • 2013-2017 La pratique de la stratégie, FRSCQ (Soutien aux équipes), Chercheur principal. 
  • 2014-2016 La traduction de la philosophie communautaire dans les pratiques policières, CRSH (Développement Savoir), Co-chercheur. 
  • 2013-2017 Strategy and Identity Work, CRSH (Subvention ordinaire), Co-chercheur. 
  • 2011-2017 Repenser les institutions du travail et de l’emploi à l’ère de la mondialisation, FQRSC (Regroupements Stratégiques-II), Centre de Recherche Interdisciplinaire sur la Mondialisation et le Travail, Co-chercheur.
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