Years at SKEMA Business School: 3
 


Nabila BOUKEF

Digitalisation
Lille



CV
Skills & Interests 
Teaching Skills
Management Information Systems
Organizational Behavior in an international context 
Human Resources Information Systems
IT strategy
Digital Business
Research Skills
Enterprise Social media platforms use and business value 
Digital workplace: challenges and opportunities
IT appropriation and outcomes
Expertise
Enterprise Social Media, Knowledge Management, Digital workplace
Qualification 
Scholarly Academic
Academic Degrees 
Doctorat  Université de Paris Dauphine, Paris, Management, 2005.
MSc  Paris Dauphine, Paris, Strategy and Economics, 2001.
Bachelor  University of Tunis (IHEC), Tunis, Management Sciences with a Major in Finance, 1999.
Work Experience 
Associate Professor in Information Systems, SKEMA Business School (August, 2016 - Present), Lille, France.
Associate Professor, Catholic University of Lyon - ESDES, Business School of UCLy (2005 - 2016), Lyon, France.
Associate Visiting Scholar - Information Systems Department, University of Arkansas - Sam M. Walton College of Business (2009 - 2010), Arkansas, United States of America.
Part-time Lecturer (ATER)., University of Paris Dauphine (2003 - 2005), Paris, France.
Teaching & Research assistant, University of Paris Dauphine (2000 - 2003), Paris, France.
Intellectual contributions
Articles in Journals 
BOUKEF, N., & CHARKI, M. (2019).  The millefeuille theory revisited: New theoretical lenses to understand the millefeuille effect.   Systèmes d'Information et Management.
CHARKI, M., JOSSERAND, E., & BOUKEF, N. (2017).  The paradoxical effects of Legal Intervention over Unethical Information Technology Use: a Rational Theory Perspective.   Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 26 (1), 58-76.
BOUKEF, N., VLAAR, P., CHARKI, M., & BHATTACHERJEE, A. (2016).  Understanding Online Reverse Auction Determinants of Use: A Multi-Stakeholder Case Study.   Systèmes d'Information et Management, 21 (1), 7-37.
CHARKI, M., JOSSERAND, E., & BOUKEF, N. (2011).  Toward an Ethical Understanding of the Controversial Techbology of Online Reverse Auctions.   Journal of Business Ethics, 98 (1), 17-37.
JAWADI, N., & BOUKEF, N. (2011).  Niveaux de virtualité et performance des équipes : Proposition d'une approche multidimensionnelle d'évaluation.   Systèmes d'Information et Management, 16 (4), 37-72.
BOUKEF, N., CHARKI, M., & JOSERAND, E. (2011).  Analyse des interprétations d'un SIIO en Post-adoption et Effets sur l'usage: Jeux de Discours et Stratégies de contournement.   Systèmes d'Information et Management, 16 (3), 7-44.
BOUKEF, N., & CHARKI, M. (2008).  L'email un moyen de contrôle ou de responsalisation.   Systèmes d'Information et Management, 4 (3), 31-60.
BOUKEF, N., KALIKA, M., & ISAAC, H. (2008).  An empirical investigation of e-mail use versus face-to-face meetins: integrating the Napoleon effect perspective.   Communication of the Association for Information Systems (AIS) (22), 501-544.
KALIKA, M., BOUKEF, N., & ISAAC, H. (2007).  La théorie du millefeuille: De la non-substitution entre communications électronique et face face.   Revue Française de Gestion (172), 117-129.
BOUKEF, N., & KALIKA, M. (2006).  La théorie du millefeuille. Le rôle du contexte.   Systèmes d'Information et Management, 11 (4), 29-54.
Articles in Proceedings 
CHARKI, M., BOUKEF, N., SOROR, A., & CHARARA, H. (in press, 2018).  What drives knowledge contribution in Enterprise Social Media.   International conference on Information Systems.
BOUKEF, N., & Charki, M. (2018).  Comprendre le rôle de l'effet millefeuille dans le manque d'engagement des employés dans le réseau social d'entreprise.   AIM Conference.
BOUKEF, N., & CHARKI, M. (in press, 2018).  Effet millefeuille et contribution dans le Réseau social d'entreprise: Proposition d'une typologie des usages.   AIM (Association Information et Management).
BOUKEF, N., & BOUKEF, M. (in press, 2017).  Following in enterprise social media: does it matter for online satisfaction?   AIM (Association Information et Management).
BOUKEF, N., CHARKI, M., & KANE, G. (2017).  When Online Ties are not Enough in Enterprise Social Media Networks.   AOM (Academy of Management) Conference.
Chapters, Cases, Readings, Supplements 
BOUKEF, N., & Mlayki, A. (2017). Izak BENBASAT: Un auteur pilier dans le domaine de la recherche en Systèmes d'information. In Press, Les Grands Auteurs en Management des Systèmes d'Information.  
BOUKEF, N., & KALIKA, M. (2006). La communication électronique. Management & TIC (pp. 53-68). édition Liaisons. 
BOUKEF, N. (2006). Usages et résultats de l'utilisation du courrier électronique dans l'activité managériale. Recherche en Management des Organisations (pp. 371-383). Editions Economica. 
BOUKEF, N., & KALIKA, M. (2002). Les facteurs déterminants de l'utilisation du courrier électronique dans les entreprises françaises. e-GRH: révolution ou évolution (pp. 145-169). édition Liaisons. 
Conference Presentations 
BOUKEF, N. & CHARKI, M. (2018). Effet millefeuille et contribution dans le Réseau social d'entreprise: Proposition d'une typologie des usages.  AIM (Association Information et Management), Montréal, Canada.
BOUKEF, N. & CHARKI, M. (2017). Following in enterprise social media: does it matter for online satisfaction?  AIM (Association Information et Management), Paris, France.
BOUKEF, N., CHARKI, M., & KANE, G. (2017, August). When Online Ties are not Enough in Enterprise Social Media Networks.  AOM (Academy of Management) Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.
BOUKEF, N. & CHARKI, M. (2014, August). When the dark side of IT use leads to IT discontinuance: an exploration of the role of intervention.  AMCIS (Americas Conference on Information Systems), Savannah, United States of America.
CHARKI, M., JOSSERAND, E., & BOUKEF, N. (2014, August). Disentangling the effects of legal intervention on unethical IT use in the post-adoption phase.  AOM (Academy of Management) Conference, Philadelfia, United States of America.
JAWADI, N., LIKOEBE, M., & BOUKEF, N. (2014, June). Understanding the effects of shared leadership on performance in distributed teams.  AIM (Association Information et Management), Aix en Provence, France.
CHARKI, M., JOSSERAND, E., & BOUKEF, N. (2013, July). Toward unraveling the role of the law in providing a context of inter-organizational trust repair after severe trust-violations events.  The European Group of Organizational Studies, Montreal, Canada.
CHARKI, M., JOSSERAND, E., & BOUKEF, N. (2012, August). Exploring the Role of the Law in Repairing Interorganizational Trust.  AOM (Academy of Management) Conference, Boston, United States of America.
CHARKI, M., JOSSERAND, E., & BOUKEF, N. (2012, June). Towards Unraveling New Lenses to Understand the Role of the Law in Repairing Interorganizational Trust.  Workshop on Trust within and between Organizations, Bocconi University, Milan, Italy.
JAWADI, N., BOUKEF, N., & LIKOEBE, M. (2011, December). Shared Leadership and Performance in Distributed Teams: An examination of Mediating Mechanisms.  Pre-International Conference on Information Systems SIG-HCI Workshop, -, China.
BOUKEF, N., CHARKI, M., & LIMAYEM, M. (2011, August). Toward Understanding the Barriers to the Global Data Synchronization Networks Standard Adoption.  AOM (Academy of Management) Conference, San Antonio, United States of America.
BOUKEF, N., CHARKI, M., & LIMAYEM, M. (2011, June). Making Sense & Giving Sense to the Global Data Synchronization Network Standard Adoption.  European Conference of Information Systems (ECIS), Helsinki, Finland.
CHARKI, M., VLAAR, P. W. Paul, & BOUKEF, N. (2010, August). Towards a Model of Technology Adoption and Use that is Robust across Space, Time and Subject.  AOM (Academy of Management) Conference, Montreal, Canada.
CHARKI, M., JOSSERAND, E., & BOUKEF, N. (2010, August). Understanding Unethical Behaviors in Online Environments.  AOM (Academy of Management) Conference, Montreal, Canada.
Other Research 
2018: BOUKEF, N., CHARKI, M., & Harrison, S., Maximizing the impact of entreprise Social media.   [Basic or Discovery Scholarship]
2015: KANE, Gerarld C., CHARKI, M., & BOUKEF, N., Are social media's benefits getting lost in translation.   [Basic or Discovery Scholarship]