Years at SKEMA Business School: 4
 


Isabelle WALSH

Digitalisation
Sophia-Antipolis



CV
Skills & Interests 
Research Skills
Mixed-design research (Qualitative and quantitative)
Classic grounded theory with mixed data and techniques
Bibliometrics: Co-citation and bibliographic coupling analyses
PLS-PM

Languages
French, English
Expertise
Information Systems Usage, Strategic Alignment, Cultural Issues, Change Management, Knowledge Sharing
Qualification 
Scholarly Academic
Academic Degrees 
HDR  Université Paris-Dauphine, France, Dialectics and polysemy of change : a mixed and grounded approach, 2014.
Ph.D.  Université Paris Dauphine, Management, 2009.
Work Experience 
Distinguished Professor, SKEMA (April, 2019 - Present), Sophia Antipolis, France.
Distinguished Professor, SKEMA Business School & Associate Dean of the Digitisation Academy, SKEMA Business School (January, 2018 - March, 2019), Sophia-Antipolis, France.
Head of Project Management, Information Systems and Supply Chains Department, SKEMA Business School (January, 2016 - December, 2017), PARIS LA DEFENSE, France.
Full Professor, SKEMA Business School (January, 2016 - September, 2017), Paris, France.
Head of the ShaRP (Sharing Research with Pleasure) Research group & Head of Distance learning DBA (DDBA), SKEMA Business School (January, 2016 - August, 2017), PARIS LA DEFENSE, France.
Full Professor and Head Department of Economics, Cultures and International Affairs, NEOMA Business School (2012 - 2015), Rouen, France.
Professor & Researcher, Université de Strasbourg - EM Strasbourg (2009 - 2012), Strasboug, France.
Adjunct professor & Consultant, Adjunct professor & Consultant (2005 - 2009), -, France.
CEO of 3 firms, Textile Industry (1994 - 2006), -, Unknown.
Intellectual contributions
Articles in Journals 
ANAND, A., WALSH, I., & MOFFET, S. (in press, 2019).  Does humility facilitate knowledge sharing.   Journal of Knowledge Management.
ANAND, A., & Walsh, I. (in press, 2019).  The Four Stages of the Knowledge Sharing Process in SMEs.   International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management.
WALSH, I., & Kalika, M. (2018).  Network Dynamics in the French-Speaking and English-Speaking IS Research Communities.   Systèmes d'Information et Management.
WALSH, I., & TAUPIN, B. (2018).  Une analyse bibliométrique de la recherche francophone en gestion publiée par la RFG de 2002 à 2017.   Revue Française de Gestion.
WALSH, I. (2017).  Découvrir de nouvelles théories.   The conversation.
WALSH, I., & DUBOIS, S. (2017).  The globalization of research highlighted through the research networks of management education institutions: The case of French business schools.   M@n@gement.
MLAIKI, A., WALSH, I., & KALIKA, M. (2017).  Why Do We Continue Using Social Networking Sites? The Giving Loop That Feeds Computer-Mediated Social Ties.   Systèmes d'Information et Management.
Walsh, I., Gettner-Summa, M., & Kalika, M. (2016).  Expectable use: An important facet of IT usage.   Journal of Strategic Information Systems.
Renaud, A., Walsh, I., & Kalika, M. (2016).  Is SAM still alive? A bibliometric and interpretive mapping of the strategic alignment research field.   Journal of Strategic Information Systems.
WALSH, I., & RENAUD, A. (2016).  Reviewing the literature in the IS field: Two bibliometric techniques to guide readings and help interpretation of the literature.   Systèmes d'Information et Management.
Walsh, I., & Anand, A. (2016).  Should knowledge be Shared Generously-Tracing Insights from past to present and describing a model.   Journal of Knowledge Management.
Walsh, I., Holton, J., Bailyn, L., Fernandez, W., Levina, N., Glaser B. (2015).  Rejoinder Moving the Management Field Forward.   Organizational Research Methods., doi: 10.1177/1094428114565028.
Walsh, I. (2015).  Using Quantitative Data in Mixed Method GT Studies: an Enhanced Path to Formal GT in Information Systems.   European Journal of Information Systems.
Walsh, I., Holton, J., Bailyn, L., Fernandez, W., Levina, N., Glaser B. (2015).  What Grounded Theory Is...A reflective conversation among scholars. Organizational Research Methods.   Organizational Research Methods., doi: 10.1177/1094428114565028.
Walsh, I. (2014).  A Strategic Path to study IT Use through Users' IT Culture and IT Needs: A Mixed-Method Grounded Theory.   Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 23 (2), 146–173.
Walsh, I. (2014).  Using Grounded Theory to Avoid Research Misconduct in management Science.   The Grounded Theory Review, 13 (1).
Walsh, I., Renaud, A., & Kalika, M. (2013).  The Translated Strategic Alignment Model: A Practice-Based Perspective.   Systèmes d'Information et Management, 18 (2).
Walsh, I., Kefi, H., & Baskerville, R. (2011).  Managing Culture Creep: Toward a Strategic Model of User IT Culture.   Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 19 (4), 257-280.
De Vaujany, F., Walsh, I., & Mitev, N. (2011).  An Historically-Grounded Critical Analysis of Research Articles in IS.   European Journal of Information Systems (20), 395–417.
Walsh, I., & Renaud, A. (2010).  La théorie de la traduction revisitée ou la conduite du changement traduit.   Management & Avenir, 9 (39), 283-302.
Articles in Proceedings 
MEKKAOUI, A., & WALSH, I. (2019).  L'importance de l'architecture pour la gestion agile de la transformation numérique d'une entreprise : A la recherche d'un méta-modèle.   AIM Conference.
WALSH, I. (2019).  Should IS research look into Blockchain Technology? Blockchain beyond FINTECH.   AIM Conference.
WALSH, I., & ANAND, A. (2018).  Sharing Research with Pleasure (ShaRP) and Sharing Knowledge Forward (SKF) – A SKEMA Initiative.   European Conference on Knowledge Management.
WALSH, I., & Daniel, C. (2018).  MINDFULNESS: REVIEW AND IDENTIFICATION OF RESEARCH GAPS.   AOM (Academy of Management) Conference.
WALSH, I., & MLAIKI, A. (2018).  A quel profil-utilisateur des réseaux sociaux appartenez-vous ?   AIM (Association Information et Management).
RENAUD, A., & WALSH, I. (2018).  The Whirling Management of an IS Project: An Alternative Approach to Project Management.   AIM (Association Information et Management).
ANAND, A., HAAS, A., & WALSH, I. (2017).  Knowledge Hiding: Review and Research Direction.   European Conference on Knowledge Management.
ANAND, A., WALSH, I., & MOFFETT, S. (2017).  Is humility a facilitator for sharing knowledge? Investigating the role of humble knowledge inquiry and humble response.   EURAM (European Academy of Management) Conference.
WALSH, I., & RENAUD, A. (2016).  Investigating and Mapping the IS Research Field from 1980.   AIM Conference.
WALSH, I., & HOLTON, J. (2016).  Leveraging the Full Power of Grounded Theory Methodology.   British Academy of Management Annual Conference on The Crafting of Management Research.
ANAND, A., & WALSH, I. (2016).  Investigating the impact of abusive supervision on knowledge sharing & mediating factors.   OAP 2016.
LOYOLA DE OLIVEIRA, L., & WALSH, I. (2016).  Toward Quality Management in Higher Education Institutions: A Bibliometric Review of the Literature.   EURAM (European Academy of Management) Conference.
ZAMANI, S., & WALSH, I. (2016).  Connectivity and Smart Usage: How Youngsters in Isfahan Build up their Self-Concept.   AIM (Association Information et Management).
Walsh, I., & Renault, A. (2015).  L'analyse de co-citations pour guider la lecture et aider l'interprétation de la littérature d'un champ de recherche.   Association Information et Management, Rabat, Morocco.
Walsh, I. (2015).  Evaluer l'usage prévisible des TIC.   Association Information et Management, Rabat, Morocco.
Walsh, I., Loyola, L., & Trinchera, L. (2015).  Strengthening the Legitimacy of Higher Education Institutions through Students' Feedback.   HERC Conference, Oxford, UK..
Renaud, A., Walsh, I., & Kalika, M. (2014).  De l'alignement stratégique à l'alignement d'intérêts : une représentation morphologique d'un réseau d'acteurs autour d'un projet de reconfiguration SI.   AIM (Association Information et Management).
Holton, J., & Walsh, I. (2014).  Leveraging the Full Power of Grounded Theory Methodology.   PDW. Academy of Management Philadelphia..
Potosky, D., & Walsh, I. (2013).  Learning to Play your Cultural Cards: Finding Common ground and Understanding Shared Values.   AOM (Academy of Management) Conference.
Walsh, I. (2013).  What Grounded Theory is...   Panel Symposium. Academy of Management Annual Conference. Orlando. USA..
Walsh, I. (2013).  Théorie enracinée, méthodes mixtes de recherche et 'big data' : une opportunité à ne pas laisser passer...   Colloque Association Information et Management. Lyon. France..
Mlaiki, A., Walsh, I., & Kalika, M. (2013).  Computer-Mediated Social Ties as Predictors of SNS Usage Continuance.   ICIS (International Conference of Information Systems).
Renaud, A., & Walsh, I. (2012).  Describing the Construction of a Theoretical Field: The Example of the Diffusion of Henderson and Venkatraman's Seminal Article, a Co-Citation Analysis.   AMCIS (Americas Conference on Information Systems).
Walsh, I., Potosky, D., Mourmant, G., & Kalika, M. (2012).  The Spinning Top Metaphor: Understanding value misfits and clashes.  In in Walsh, I. and Potosky, D. (Eds.)   Research Symposium: Can You Spare Some Change? Examining, Anticipating, and Regulating Shifts in Organizational Culture..
Renaud, A., & Walsh, I. (2010).  The lost dimension of strategic alignment.   Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems..
Walsh, I., & Gettler-Summa, M. (2010).  Users' groups Interpreted Through the Lens of the Users' Needs and Motivation.   AIM (Association Information et Management).
Walsh, I., Renaud, A., & Kalika, M. (2010).  Re-conceptualizing IS Strategic Alignment: the Translated Strategic Alignment Model (TSAM).   AMCIS (Americas Conference on Information Systems).
Walsh, I. (2010).  Investigating the Cultural Dimension of IT-Usage: IT-Acculturation, an Essential Construct in IS Research.   ICIS (International Conference of Information Systems).
Walsh, I. (2009).  Development of an Instrument to Assess Individual IT-Culture.   AMCIS (Americas Conference on Information Systems).
Walsh, I., & Kefi, H. (2008).  The Role of IT Culture in IT Management: Searching for Individual Archetypal IT Cultural Profiles.   AMCIS (Americas Conference on Information Systems).
Walsh, I., & Kefi, H. (2008).  Developing the Concept of Individual IT-Culture: The Spinning Top Metaphor.   AMCIS (Americas Conference on Information Systems).
Walsh, I., & Kefi, H. (2008).  The Spinning Top Model, a New Path to Conceptualize Culture and Values: Applications to IS researc.   ICIS (International Conference of Information Systems).
Books, Monographs, Compilations, Manuals 
WALSH, I., HOLTON, J., & MOURMANT, G. (2019).  Grounded Theory for novice researchers.  
WALSH, I., KALIKA, M., & DOMINGUEZ PERY, C. (Ed.). (2018).  Les grands auteurs en SI EMS Edition.  
WALSH, I. (2017).  Discovering New Theories EMS Edition.  
Holton, Judith A., & Walsh, I. (2016).  Classic Grounded Theory Sage Publications.  
Walsh, I. (2015).  Développer de nouvelles théories EMS Edition.  
Chapters, Cases, Readings, Supplements 
JOHNSON, B., & WALSH, I. (2019). Mixed Grounded Theory: Merging Grounded Theory with Mixed Methods and Multimethod Research. Handbook of grounded theory research. Sage. 
WALSH, I., & MOLA, L. (2018). Richard Baskerville, optimisation et efficience dans la conduite des recherches et dans les pratiques organisationnelles. Les grands auteurs en SI. EMS Edition. 
WALSH, I., KALIKA, M., & DOMINGUEZ PERY, C. (2018). Cartographier le champ des SI. Les grands auteurs en SI. EMS Edition. 
WALSH, I., & RENAUD, A. (2018). Un réseau de connaissances. In EMS édition (Ed.), Un entrepreneur à l'université. EMS Edition. 
WALSH, I., & ANAND, A. (2018). Sharing Research with Pleasure (ShaRP) and Sharing Knowledge Forward (SKF) – A SKEMA Initiative. Knowledge Management and Intellectual Capital Excellence Awards- An anthology of Case histories 2018. Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited. 
Guelmami, M., & Walsh, I. (2015). Traduire et aligner pour mieux gérer une clinique privée en Tunisie.. In Beaulieu P. & Kalika M. (Eds.), La création de connaissance par les managers.. EMS Edition. 
Walsh, I. (2015). Comment transformer une expérience pratique en théorie ? Auto-ethnographie et théorie enracinée.. In EMS éditions. (Ed.), La création de connaissance par les managers.. EMS Edition. 
Bolidum, S., & Walsh, I. (2015). Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as a means to help eliminate effects of impairments. In Hajer Kefi (Ed.), Information Technology Ethics. Concepts and Practices in the Digital World. (pp. 71-93). Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 
Renaud, A., & Walsh, I. (2012). Conception et conduite d'un projet SI : La réinformatisation du Service Commun de Documentation d'une Université. In M. Kalika, F. Rowe, et B. Fallery (Ed.), Cas de systèmes d'information et management des organisations (pp. 195-203). Editions Vuibert. 
Walsh, I. (2008). Le Fordisme - La sociologie de la traduction. In M. Barabel, O. Meier, T. Teboul. (Ed.), Les fondamentaux du management (pp. 8-27). Dunod. 
Conference Presentations 
WALSH, I. (2016). Mixed GT Research to Develop New Theories. Invited presentation at EDEN Lille, Lille, France.
WALSH, I. & HOLTON, J. (2016, September). Leveraging the Full Power of Grounded Theory Methodology.  British Academy of Management Annual Conference on The Crafting of Management Research, Newcastle, United Kingdom.
Walsh, I. & Loyola de Oliveira, L. (2016, June). Toward Quality Management in Higher Education Institutions: A Bibliometric Review of the Literature.  EURAM (European Academy of Management) Conference, Paris, France.
Walsh, I. & Anand, A. (2016, June). Investigating the Impact of Abusive Supervision on Knowledge Sharing & Mediating Factors.  OAP 2016, Lisbon, Portugal.
Adrot, A. & Walsh, I. (2016, May). Should you throw away your tool?": A pragmatist approach to affordances' influence on emergency resilience.  ISCRAM 2016, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Walsh, I. & Zamani, S. (2016, May). Waterfall Connectivity and Smart Usage: How Youngsters in Isfahan Build up their Self-Concept.  AIM (Association Information et Management), Lille, France.
Anand, A. & Walsh, I. (2015, September). Empirical Analysis of Factors Influencing Knowledge Sharing Facilities and Barriers in Indian SMEs – A Comparative Case Study.  European Conference on Knowledge Management, Udine, Italy.
Bolidum, S. & Walsh, I. (2014, February). Are we all equal ? Information and Communication Technologies as a means to help obliterate handicap.  IT and culture workshop Paris-Descartes., Paris, France.
A., M., Walsh, I., & Kalika, M. (2013). Le lien social médiaté, variable explicative de la continuité d'utilisation des réseaux sociaux numériques.  IT and Culture workshop. Reims-Rouen Business School, Reims, France.
Renaud, A., Walsh, I., & Kalika, M. (2013). Examination of the Strategic Alignment Literature in IS: A Case of Dissociation.  OAP Workshop, London, United Kingdom.
Renaud, A. & Walsh, I. (2012, June). La mise en échec de l'alignement stratégique des systèmes d'information : L'analyse par les pratiques d'un projet de reconfiguration SI dans une multinationale.  IT and Culture workshop, Strasbourg, France.
Walsh, I., Renaud, A., & Kalika, M. (2012, June). Why are so many IS project still failing? Toward a reconceptualization of IS strategic alignment through a SasP approach.  Dauphine Strategy As Practice Workshop., Paris, France.
Walsh, I. (2011). Usages et acculturation numérique.  Workshop on IT and Culture., Tours, France.
Walsh, I. (2011). Qui a dit que la théorie enracinée était une méthode qualitative ? Le chemin menant au concept d'usage prévisible par l'analyse des nuages statistiques formés par les utilisateurs de TI.  Grounded Theory workshop, Strasbourg, France.
De Vaujany, F., Mitev, N., & Walsh, I. (2011, June). Developing theoretical contributions in IS research: a focus on revision processes in top-tier journals.  Organizations, Artefacts and Practices (OAP) Workshop, Paris, France.
Walsh, I. (2010). La différence entre la manière dont on mène une recherche avec une approche de théorie enracinée et la manière dont on la retranscrit pour publier.  Grounded Theory workshop ICIS, St Louis, Louisiana.
Walsh, I. (2010). IT acculturation.  MISQ workshop ICIS, St Louis, Missouri.
Walsh, I. & Renaud, A. (2009). La théorie de la traduction revisitée.  Journée de recherche de l'AIM - Théories Sociales et Management des Systèmes d'Information., Strasbourg, France.
Kefi, H. & Walsh, I. (2008). Les systèmes d'information : Tiers actant dans les processus de socialisation organisationnelle . Le Rôle du Tiers en Gestion.  Université Paris Descartes, CEDAG Gestion, Paris, France.
Other Research 
2019: WALSH, I., Track Chair at AIM conference.   [Basic or Discovery Scholarship]
2017: WALSH, I., Prix FNEGE du meilleur ouvrage de recherche en managament, ouvrage non collectif.  Prix décerné pour ouvrage: Découvrir de nouvelles théories. Editions ems.   [Basic or Discovery Scholarship]
2017: WALSH, I., Academic Excellence Award UCA.   [Basic or Discovery Scholarship]
2016: WALSH, I., HOLTON, J., BAYLIN, L., Levina, N., & Glaser, B. Best Paper Award.  Best research paper award in Organizational Research Methods journal (Ranked 2 CNRS, ***)
August 2016   [Basic or Discovery Scholarship]
2014: WALSH, I., RENAUD, A., & KALIKA, M., Best Paper Award.  Best Paper Award. CIGREF-AIM Prize- in Association Information & Management (Ranked 2 CNRS - ***)    [Basic or Discovery Scholarship]
Professional Service 
Academic Conference: Discussant/Moderator/Panelist
2019:  AIM Conference (International).   Animation Consortium doctoral
Board Member: PRJ Editorial Review Board
2018:  Management International (International).
2017:  Journal of strategic information systems (International).
2015:  Management International (International).  This journal is ranked 3 (**) by the CNRS
2015:  Journal of strategic information systems (International).  This journal is ranked 2 (***) by the CNRS
Chair: Conference / Track / Program
2013:  Paper symposium- Academy of Management (International).  Can you spare some Change? Examining, Anticipating, and Regulating Shifts in Organizational Culture.  Symposium sponsored by the ODC Division
2013:  American Academy of Management Annual Conference (International).  PDW- The full power of grounded theory methodology
2012:  Panel symposium Academy of Management (International).  « What Grounded Theory Is… ». Membres du panel : Barney Glaser (A l’origine de la théorie enracinée), Lotte Baylin (Professeur Emerita MIT), Judith Holton, Natalia Levina, Walter Fernandez, Isabelle Walsh.
Editor: Academic PRJ
2018:  Systèmes d'Information et Management (International).
Editor: Associate Editor
2018:  Systèmes d'Information et Management (International).
Member: Committee/Task Force
2015:  Business Science Institute (International).
PhD supervision (students from other institutions)
2018:  Business Science Institute (International).  Mazen Ali
2017:  Business Science Institute (International).  Joseph Stevens
2017:  ECRICOM (International).  Leticia Loyola de Oliveira
2017:  ECRICOM, Paris, France (International).  Amitabh Anand (Defended September 2017)
2017:  Business Science Institute (International).  Hendrik Lohse
2017:  Business Science Institute, Wiltz, Luxembourg (International).  Miriam Schmidkontz (Defended September 2017)
Reviewer: Reviewer for a Journal
2019:  AIM Conference (International).
2019:  Information Systems research (ISR) (International).
2018:  Management International (International).
2018:  Journal of the association for information systems (JAIS) (International).
2017:  Systèmes d'Information et Management (International).  Review of the article: E  mail, survivor or walking dead?
2017:  Organizational Research Methods (International).
2017:  European Journal of Information Systems (International).
2016:  M@n@gement (International).
2016:  Information Systems research (ISR) (International).
2016:  Journal of mixed method research (International).