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Julia Vincent-Ponroy

Assistant Professor of Management

Education

2010 – 2016: Ph.D. in Management Science with highest honors. HEC Paris

2006 – 2010: Master’s degree in Management Science

2005 – 2010: Master’s degree in French literature with highest honors. Paris IV – Sorbonne University, Paris

Research Areas

Family Business and Entrepreneurship, Organizational Identity, Small and Medium-size Organizations. Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Organizational Change, Qualitative Methods, Pedagogy, Communication

Teaching Areas

Professional Communication, Organizational Theory, Organizational Behavior, Management, Human Resource Management, Humanities

Contact

Email: j.vincent@ipag.fr

Phone: +33 1 5363 3600

Campus: Paris


Julia Vincent Ponroy is Professor of Management at IPAG Business School. She obtained both her Master’s degree (2010) and her PhD in Management Science (2016) from HEC Paris. The French association for research in human resources management (AGRH) awarded Julia’s dissertation with the FNEGE-AGRH Prize for the best dissertation defended in France in 2016 in the field of human resources management. Julia is a specialist of family businesses. For instance, her dissertation tackles organizational identity issues in growing family firms. Specifically, it explores non-family members’ relationships to the family firm in which they work: using both qualitative and inductive research methods Julia’s work investigates the way non-family members contribute to building a family firm identity while they are not part of the owning family and explores the factors leading them to such behavior.


Chevalier, F. & Vincent-Ponroy, J., 2014, “Introduction”, In Des PME aux ETI : Les entreprises en croissance, Questions de dirigeants et réponses pratiques, Chevalier, F. (Ed), De Boeck, Bruxelles, p. 11-16.

Vincent-Ponroy, J., Lê, P.L. & Pradies, C., 2017, research paper under review at Organization Studies.

Periac, F., Vincent-Ponroy, J., & Bruna, M.G., 2017, “Les réseaux intra-organisationnels à vocation inclusive : leviers de développement soutenable à l’échelle sociétale ? », submitted.

Boyer, T., & Vincent-Ponroy, J., “Très petite gazelle deviendra grande : facteurs de survie des TPE forte croissance”, work in progress.

Bruna, M.G., Bender, A.F., Scotto, M.J. & Vincent-Ponroy, J., « Une analyse croisée des enjeux stratégiques présidant à l’hébergement organisationnel et à l’affiliation individuelle aux women’s networks en entreprise », work in progress.

Vincent-Ponroy, J., Besseyre-des-Horts, C.-H., Chevalier, F., « Quand la famille dirigeante favorise l’apprentissage organisationnel dans l’entreprise familiale – une étude exploratoire », work in progress.

EURAM, Reykjavik, Islande, juin 2018: “Advancing family business research through organizational identity: a multilevel model of Family Firm Identity construction by non-family members”.Family Firm Institute Best Qualitative Paper Award.

ADERSE, Bordeaux, France, April 2017 : “Quel potentiel de contribution au développement soutenable pour les réseaux sociaux intra-organisationnels à vocation inclusive ?” (avec M.G. Bruna et F. Périac).

IRMBAM (International Research Meeting in Business and Management), Nice, France, July 2016: “‘In the same boat’, organizational identity in family firms from a non-family member’s perspective, a case study”.


Since 2016: Lecturer. IPAG Business School, Paris

2013 – 2014: Human Resource Consultant. Panpharma, France and Germany

2011 – 2016: Lecturer. ESCP Europe Business School, Paris

2010 – 2016: Research Assistant. HEC Paris

2008 – 2013: Lecturer. University of Versailles / Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines

2008 – 2009: Assistant to the CEO – Founder. Fantastikdesign, New York

2006 – 2008: HEC Junior Consultant. HEC Paris