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LE Patrick

Doctorat, Management

Patrick is Assistant Professor of Management at NEOMA Business School. He received his PhD from HEC Paris. Before joining academia, Patrick worked in a management consulting firm. Patrick teaches management, negotiation and conflict management, leadership, human resourcesm, and organizational behavior. Patrick’s research investigates organization theories, with a focus on paradox theory, institutional logics and identity. His work has been published in Organization Studies and Journal of Management Inquiry. He also regularly attends international conferences such as Academy of Management and EGOS.

Areas of research

  • Paradox theory
  • Identity
  • Institutional logics
  • Complexity

Recent academic contributions

  • LE, P., C. PRADIES, "Sailing through the storm: Improvising paradox navigation during a pandemic", Management Learning, June 2022
    DOI : 10.1177/13505076221096570
  • SHARMA, G., J. BARTUNEK, P. BUZZANELL, S. CARMINE, C. ENDRES, M. ETTER, G. FAIRHURST, T. HAHN, X. LI, P. LE, C. PRADIES, V. PAMPHILE, L. PUTNAM, K. ROCHEVILLE, J. SCHAD, M. SHEEP, J. KELLER, "A Paradox Approach to Societal Tensions during the Pandemic Crisis", Journal of Management Inquiry, April 2021, vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 121-137
    DOI : 10.1177/1056492620986604
  • LE, P., "Understanding a Crisis Communal Theorizing (Facilitator in PDW)" in Annual Meeting of the Academy Of Management 2021, 2021, Online, United States

Academic Journals

  • LE, P., C. PRADIES, "Sailing through the storm: Improvising paradox navigation during a pandemic", Management Learning, June 2022
    DOI : 10.1177/13505076221096570
  • SHARMA, G., J. BARTUNEK, P. BUZZANELL, S. CARMINE, C. ENDRES, M. ETTER, G. FAIRHURST, T. HAHN, X. LI, P. LE, C. PRADIES, V. PAMPHILE, L. PUTNAM, K. ROCHEVILLE, J. SCHAD, M. SHEEP, J. KELLER, "A Paradox Approach to Societal Tensions during the Pandemic Crisis", Journal of Management Inquiry, April 2021, vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 121-137
    DOI : 10.1177/1056492620986604
  • VINCENT-PONROY, J., P.LE, C.PRADIES, "In a Family Way? A model of family firm identity maintenance by non-family members", Organization Studies, June 2019, vol. 40, no. 6, pp. 859-886
    DOI : 10.1177/0170840619836707
  • PARIS, T., P.LE, "Industries de création et territoires, une relation spécifique ?", Réseaux, September 2016, vol. 196, no. 2, pp. 49-80
  • TUNCALP, D., P.LE, "(Re)Locating boundaries: a systematic review of online ethnography", Journal of Organizational Ethnography, January 2014, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 59–79
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  • LE, P., D.MASSE, T.PARIS, "Technological change in the heart of the creative process: insights from the video games industry", International Journal of Arts Management, February 2013, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 45-59

Academic conferences

  • LE, P., "Understanding a Crisis Communal Theorizing (Facilitator in PDW)" in Annual Meeting of the Academy Of Management 2021, 2021, Online, United States
  • LE, P., C. PRADIES, "C’est la vie! President Macron’s Improvising paradoxical responses during the pandemic." in EGOS Conference, 2021
  • LE, P., C. PRADIES, V. POUTHIER, "From Paradox Pioneers to Paradox Custodians: A professional organization discursively embracing the paradoxical nature of logics in its field marked by restrained complexity." in EGOS Conference (PDW on Paradox Theory for inclusive research in disruptive times), 2021
  • LE, P., C. PRADIES, V. POUTHIER, "Surfing between currents: being first to navigate paradoxical demands while in a field that views one side of the paradox as morally dubious" in Paradox & Plurality Annual Meeting 2021, 2021
  • PRADIES, C., P.LE, V.POUTHIER, "Swimming against the tide: navigating unequal paradoxical demands when one pole is tainted in the field through ambivalent incorporation" in EGOS, 2020
  • LE, P., J.VINCENT-PONROY, C.PRADIES, "Advancing Family Business research through Organizational identity and Sensemaking: A multi-level model of family firm organizational identity construction by non-family members" in EURAM, 2018
  • VINCENT-PONROY, J., P.LE, C.PRADIES, "Stability and change across generations: How non family members construct a family firm organizational identity" in 34th Colloquium 2018, EGOS, 2018, Tallinn, Estonia
  • LE, P., K.DE VALCK, "No fame, no blame? Meaning of a contested practice in the field of journalism." in EGOS Conference, 2014, Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • LE, P., K.DE VALCK, "Between fame and blame: the contested meaning of personal branding in the field of journalism." in AOM Conference, 2014, Philadelphia, United States
  • LE, P., M.LANDER, "Does Clark Kent tweet? Identity work and agency in institutional maintenance" in AOM Conference, 2013, Orlando, United States
  • TUNCALP, D., P.LE, "Questioning the Practice of Online Organizational Ethnography: A Systematic Review." in AOM Conference, 2013, Orlando, United States
  • LE, P., M.LANDER, "The impact of boundary crossing on professional norms" in EGOS Conference, 2013, Montréal, Canada
  • TUNCALP, D., P.LE, "Bridging online ethnographic practices: a review around virtual challenges" in EGOS Conference, 2013, Montréal, Canada
  • LE, P., "Tales of virtual worlds: online ethnography and practice theory" in EGOS Conference, 2012, Helsinki, Finland
  • LE, P., "Online ethnography of innovation communities" in EURAM Conference, 2012, Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • LE, P., D.MASSE, T.PARIS, S.BERTHET, "The interaction of technology and creativity in artistic creation: insights from the video game industry" in International Conference on Arts and Cultural Management (AIMAC), 2011, Antwerp, Belgium