My main research interest revolves around why certain forms of coordinated activities generate more innovative outcomes than others. This research interest has developed into several lines of research: 1) creativity and innovation, 2) network dynamics and especially the temporal dimension of social processes (i.e., brokerage, reciprocity, closure), 3) the causes and consequences of bridging and brokerage, 4) the perceptions and recall of social networks and 5) methods for social network analysis. I typically use large datasets of digital trace data (often emails) to conduct my research.
My teaching interests include Organization Theory, Organizational Design, Organizational Change, and Social Networks.
networks, organizational behavior, organizational design, social capital
French, English, Spanish