Julie Fabbri

Julie Fabbri
emlyon business school | EMLYON · Department of Innovation & Entrepreneurship

PhD

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Additional affiliations
July 2015 - present
École Polytechnique
Position
  • Innovation Management Chair Project Manager
June 2013 - July 2013
HEC Montréal - École des Hautes Études commerciales
Position
  • Visiting Research Student
January 2011 - June 2014
ESCP Business School
Position
  • i7 Institute Secretary General

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Publications (37)
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Collaborative work practices are being transformed through the growth of co-working in urban third spaces, makerspaces, fab labs, incubators, accelerators and digital labs. This paper is based on a 2-year project carried out by a network of academics and practitioners interested in new work practices in the collaborative economy, focusing particula...
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http://theconversation.com/what-will-work-look-like-in-2030-108780
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Le travail se transforme et avec lui toute la société. Les débats sur son futur ont été particulièrement vifs ces trois dernières années, (re)lancés par les discussions autour du digital, du travail indépendant, des pluri-actifs (slashers), du revenu universel, ou encore de questions sur les nouvelles formes de management, de solidarité et de gouve...
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Le travail se transforme et avec lui toute la société. En nous appuyant sur les réflexions de chercheurs, de consultants et d’activistes, nous détaillons ici huit tendances et quatre scénarios possibles (freelancing, salariat, revenu universel et hybridation) sur le futur du travail au sein de la société française à l’horizon 2030. Nous associons t...
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This second RGCS white paper is focused on a new research practice and method co-designed by members of our network: Open Walked Event-Based Experimentations (OWEE). The protocol consists in a free, several day long learning expedition in a city, which brings together different stakeholders (academics, entrepreneurs, activists, makers, journalists,...
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Collaborative work practices are being transformed through the growth of co-working in urban third spaces, makerspaces, fab labs, incubators, accelerators and digital labs. This paper is based on a 2-year project carried out by a network of academics and practitioners interested in new work practices in the collaborative economy, focusing particula...
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Au-delà des courbes sur l’évolution du nombre de salariés et d’entrepreneurs. Une réflexion sur l’ hybridation du salariat et de l’entrepreneuriat par les acteurs du collaboratif.
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Final RGCS Paper (Omega) about collaborative communities (coworkers, makers & hackers) and their political role in our cities. Based on a set of a collaborative workshops in three countries (France, Canada and UK). Published in December 2016 just before the First RGCS Symposium.
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Ce rapport propose une synthèse des recherches empiriques menées pendant deux ans par le réseau RGCS (Research Group Collaborative Spaces). RGCS est à la fois un réseau indépendant de chercheurs et un think tank international qui s’intéresse aux nouvelles pratiques de travail dans le contexte de l’économie collaborative. Il explore en particulier l...
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Sergot and Saives pointed out how Massey's relational approach to the notions of space and place allows a better integration of the spatial and temporal dimensions of organizational phenomena. This paper shows empirically how activities are embedded in the organizational space as constituted and transformed through day-to-day activities. The increa...
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Crowdsourcing and design thinking benefit from a strong attention in the media and are very popular among companies to generate ideas for new products and services. Yet little is known of their advantages and limitations in the ideation stage. Through an in-depth case study where both approaches were used in parallel, a detailed comparison and anal...
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Alors que le numérique se généralise, de nouveaux espaces physiques de travail se multiplient et rencontrent un engouement mondial. Dans cet article, les auteurs présentent trois espaces de coworking pour entrepreneurs innovants à travers l’étude d’une petite entreprise de services y ayant successivement localisé son activité. Ils montrent que les...
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Les espaces de coworking pour entrepreneurs. Nouveaux espaces de travail et dynamiques interorganisationnelles collaboratives Cette thèse vise à décrire les situations de travail permises par les espaces de coworking et à caractériser leur fonctionnement. Elle résulte de la rencontre entre, d’une part, le champ récent du spatial turn, en structurat...
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Comment organiser des initiatives combinant les enjeux environnementaux et sociaux avec ceux de l’activité de l’entreprise ? Les constats clés d’une étude récente.
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In the knowledge economy there are more and more self-employed and nomadic workers due to increasing outsourcing and enhanced telecommunications. These workers enjoy flexibility in work locations because they need no more than a laptop and an internet connection to get their job done. They can work from home or any other place instead of commuting...
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A partir de l’étude du cas de « La Ruche », espace collectif de travail pour entrepreneurs sociaux à Paris (France), nous proposerons un modèle d’accompagnement entrepreneurial original reposant sur des apprentissages collectifs. Contrairement à la démarche traditionnelle de l’accompagnement dans laquelle l’accompagnateur a un rôle de prescription,...
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Innovation is no longer the sole preserve of the R&D department. These days, companies draw practical inspiration and profitable ideas from far and wide from suppliers, academia, competitors, customers, and through crowdsourcing. So who is now responsible for driving so-called “open innovation?” And how can businesses ensure that the necessary rela...
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Comment innover plus et plus vite ? La question est plus que jamais d’actualité et les démarches d’innovation ouverte suscitent l’engouement des entreprises.
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Innovation is higher than ever on companies’ agenda. 62% of executives interviewed in a recent survey say their business strategy is “largely” or “totally” dependent on Innovation. In today’s globalized competitive environment, innovation has become the key criterion by which you can assess how good a company is and how good it is likely to be in t...

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We collect here the narrations of all Open Walked Event-Based Experimentations (OWEE) completed between 2016 and now. OWEE are collaborative learning expeditions, i.e. collective walks, partly improvised and open to all, which intend to result in knowledge commons on a topic & a territory. OWEEs have produced various narrations (posts, articles, live tweets, collaborative videos...) which are gathered here. These narrations are co-produced by local and remote participants. OWEEs are mainly organized by an open research network called RGCS, but more and more, associations, cities, universities, schools, cooperatives, companies, learned societies, implement, adapt and enrich the practice For more details about OWEEs, click here: http://rgcs-owee.org/
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Open Walked Event-Based Experimentations (OWEE) correspond to a new research method elaborated in the context of the Research Group on Collaborative Spaces (RGCS). The method relies on learning expeditions, which are repeated in several cities and connected in time and space by means of several practices. Embodiment and the practice of walking are central in the process which is largely inspired by phenomenology, in particular the work of Merleau-Ponty, Ricoeur and de Certeau. OWEE is expected to have a transformative effect for work practices, in particular academic ones. The protocol has been tested and refined in several cities, in particular Berlin, Tokyo, Barcelona and Paris. The main coordinators of the project are François-Xavier de Vaujany, Aurore Dandoy and Albane Grandazzi. For more information about OWEE: To join this collaborative project: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2017/08/30/towards-more-integrative-research-practices-introducing-open-walked-event-based-experimentations/ To get in touch with the coordinators: collaborativespaces@gmail.com
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Please find attached the CFP of the 2nd RGCS Symposium co-organized with UCL, Cass Business School and Dauphine London. Our event will take place in London (January 2018, 18th and 19th). It will be about "Coworkers, Makers & Hackers: True Opportunities to Renew Work Practices and Entrepreneurship?" The unconference, learning expedition and workshops will focus on the relationship between the corporate world, collaborative movements (i.e. coworkers, makers, hackers, the fab lab network) and new work practices. We will explore the following questions: what are the relationships between collaborative movements and the corporate world? How do coworkers, makers and hackers contribute or could contribute to new work practices and new forms of entrepreneurship in organizations and society? Are makers and hackers the muse or the nemesis of managers? Are the two in a dialogical relationship, in conflict, or even mutually interdependent in today’s urban professional life?