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Welcome to two new SnO members

4 January 2016

We are delighted to welcome two new SnO members:

Laurence Lehman-Ortega

Laurence Lehmann Ortega

Laurence is affiliate professor in Strategy & Business Policy at HEC Paris.

Her research focuses on strategic innovation, that is to say business model innovation, especially in incumbent firms in mature and low tech industries. In this context, she deals with business model innovation as a response to sustainable development constrains and with its consequences in multinational firms, in particular the learning process and the questioning of mental schemes.

More on her biography and publications here.

Kristine de Valck

Kritine de Valck - in class

Kristine is Associate Professor of Marketing at HEC Paris since 2004.

Over the past 15 years, her research and teaching focus on how the Internet in general and social media in particular have changed consumer behaviour and the marketplace. hermain courses at HEC Paris are on  Consumer Psychology and Culture, Introduction to Marketing, Consumer Culture Theory and Theater and e-Marketing Communications.

More on her biography and publications here.

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