Danièle Chauvel is a Research professor at Skema, (Sophia Antipolis, France), member of the SKEMA Research Center in Knowledge, Technology and Organization and teaching Knowledge Management and Innovation for the MS IEKM.
Her main expertise focuses on the human aspect of management and organizational dynamics: knowledge management, change management, team management, innovation management and leadership.
She has 12 years of experience in academic research in Knowledge Management. She has developed theoretical and applied research in KM and built up several international research partnerships with American and Asian institutions. She designed and taught several clusters on Knowledge Management for MBA curricula. She has regularly lectured on the MBA, Master and Engineer programs in several French Business schools and Engineer schools.
She also works as a consultant in innovation and change management for the public sector with a former experience with a Finnish group. She previously had managerial responsibilities in pedagogical engineering and senior executive education in an international environment. She is active as a specialist in Knowledge Management in French think tanks and acted as an expert in Knowledge Management in several EU projects.
Her research is dedicated to the evolution of Management principles, focusing on the role of Knowledge Management and its main trends and current development. She has authored and co-authored close to 50 articles, chapters and proceedings on Knowledge Management and co-edited a book, “Knowledge Horizons: the Present and the Promise of Knowledge Management”, with C. Despres (Butterworth-Heinemann). Another one is under publication.
She holds a Master of Sciences in Social Sciences Research Methodologies from Open University, UK and a M.A. in foreign languages. She took a “American language program’ at Columbia University, NY, USA.