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Pascal LE MASSON - MINES ParisTech

Pascal LE MASSON


Fonction: Professeur

Centre: CGS - Centre de Gestion Scientifique

Implantation: Paris

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Domaines de compétence:
   - Design Theory
   - Design methods
   - innovation, technology and innovation management
   - Economics of Design
   - Design regimes and industrial growth
   - Design history
   - Design and creativity

 

 Le Masson Pascal

Professor at MINES ParisTech –PSL Research University

Chair of Design Theory and Methods for Innovation

Deputy director of the Centre for Management Science – i3 UMR CNRS 9217

Honorary Professor in the University of Leicester - School of Business (from 01 May 2017 to 30 April 2020)

Head of the Engineering Design curriculum of MINES ParisTech (with Benoit Weil)

Chairman of the Design Theory SIG of the Design Society (with Eswaran Subrahmanian, Carnegie Mellon University)

 

Main research interests:

Innovation theory and models of thought. Related to: decision theory and design theory, design and mathematics, uncertainty and unknownness 

Innovation management and organization. Related to: innovation and technology management, project management, innovative companies, user involvement, open innovation and communities, research management, generic technology, HR and innovation, 

Creativity and cognition. Related to: fixation, creativity, leadership for creativity, design psychology

Innovation ecosystems. Related to: industry lifecycle, growth, platforms and ecosystems, niche management, socio-technical regimes, path dependency, common good, architect of the unknown, college of the unknown,…

Creation regimes Related to: use generative products, design education, creation education

Management history. Related to: history of the enterprise, history of R&D, history of engineering departments, history of engineering science

 

Awards, plenary:

Plenary conferences and invited communications (since 2016)

Invited Lecture, Le Masson, P., Vourch G. (2020). Design theory and methods to foster innovative, cross-discplinary research – two case study in health sciences ” Universität Bern, creative problem solving in health science seminar series

Invited Lecture, Le Masson, P. (2019). “La Deep Tech dans l’industrie – financer la conception de technolgoies génériques ” BPI France

Invited Lecture, Le Masson, P. (2019). “Innovating tomorrow – design theory and the new scientific foundations of managing the unknown” Melbourne, RMIT

Invited plenary conference, Le Masson, P. (2019). “Quels modèles pour une recherche à double impact ? Entre recherche et industrie, penser des couplages sans asservissement.” Séminaire CEA: Modèles et pratiques de couplage entre science et industrie pour favoriser l’impact de la recherche, Saclay, France.

Invited Conference, Le Masson, P. (2019). “Design Theory to overcome orphan innovation: a post-decisional paradigm in public policy for quality of life.” JAIST World Conference 2019 Advancing Design Knowledge for the Quality of Life, Ishikawa, Japan, 6-8 March.

Interview Le Masson, P. (2018) “La théorie de la conception : une nouvelle rationalité pour penser l’inconnu.” Fenêtre ouverte sur la gestion J.-P. Denis, ed., Xerfi Canal.

Invited Lecture, Le Masson, P. Weil B. (2018). “Former à être créatif – le Bauhaus à la lumière des théories de la conception” Cercle de l’innovation Paris-Dauphine – France Culture

Invited Lecture, Le Masson, P. Weil B. (2018). “La théorie C-K ou comment modéliser la créativité et gérer dans l’inconnu” CRIP-ITES Innovation Summit, Deauville (200 people)

Invited Lecture, Le Masson, P. (2018). “Innovating today – why design theory matters.”Master Class of the Alta Scualo, excellence initiatives by Politecnico di Milano & Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Invited Lecture, Le Masson, P. (2017). “Managing in the unknown: towards a post-decisional paradigm in management.” Chair of Strategic Management and Innovation - PhD education program, ETH Zurich.

Invited plenary Le Masson, P. (2017 ). “Project Management and Innovation – building a common “innovative project” to contribute to management science? .” European Academy of Management, Plenary Invited Speaker for the "Project Management Meets Innovation" plenary session at EURAM 2017 Glasgow, UK.

Invited conference, Le Masson, P. (2017). “Comment la théorie de la conception éclaire les logiques de l’inconnu ?” IHEST Arc-et-Senans.

Invited Lecture, Le Masson, P. (2017). “Innovating today – why design theory matters _.” Innovation and Product Development Workshop - Innovation in a material world, University of Leicester School of Business

Invited plenary conference, Le Masson, P. (2016). “Impact as a resource for research - analysing the experience of collaborative research at Mines ParisTech in Management Science.” EFMD Doctoral Programme Programmes Conference (invited plenary speaker), Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

Invited conference, Le Masson, P. (2016). “Design theory – foundations of a paradigm to support the Management of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.” United Arab Emirates University. Al Ain, UAE. 

 

Awards & nomination

Mario Le Glatin, 2019 “thesis grand prix” of the French Air and Space Academy (supervised by P. Le Masson & B. Weil). 

ICED 2019 reviewers’ favourite award Hatchuel, A., Le Masson, P., Weil, B., and Carvajal-Perez, D. (2019). “Innovative Design Within Tradition - Injecting Topos Structures in C-K Theory to Model Culinary Creation Heritage.” Proceedings of the Design Society: International Conference on Engineering Design, 1, (1), pp. 1543-1552.

ICED 2019 reviewers’ favourite award Le Masson, P., El Qaoumi, K., Hatchuel, A., and Weil, B. (2019). “A Law of Functional Expansion - Eliciting the Dynamics of Consumer Goods Innovation with Design Theory.” Proceedings of the Design Society: International Conference on Engineering Design, 1, (1), pp. 1015-1024.

Benjamin Cabanes, special mention at the “award of young PhD” of La Fabrique de l’Industrie 2019 (supervised by P. Le Masson & B. Weil)

Daniel Carvajal-Perez, special mention at the “award of young PhD” of La Fabrique de l’Industrie 2019 (supervised by P. Le Masson & B. Weil)

Auditioned by the French National Assembly for the report Hennion, C., and Auconie, S. (2018). “Politique européenne en matière d’innovation de rupture ”

Member of the scientific committee of the BPI study “Industry of the future” (2018)

Member of the Collegium of “Lille Metropole 2020 World design capitale” (2018)

Hicham Ezzat, Special Mention in the category ‘law, economics and management’ of the Best thesis award of PSL (2018) (Supervised by P. Le Masson and B. Weil) 

Juliette Brun, Special Mention in the category ‘interface science / humanities’ of the Best thesis award of PSL-SHS (2018) (Supervised by P. Le Masson and B. Weil) 

Benjamin Cabanes, Best thesis award of FNEGE (2018) (Supervised by P. Le Masson and B. Weil) 

Design 2016, outstanding contribution - Cabanes, B., Hubac, S., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2016). “From FMEA as a problem solving method to a design-oriented process: towards a design perspective of FMEA.” Design 2016, Dubrovnik.

 ICED 2015 reviewers’ favourite award - Brun, J., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2015)“Analyzing the generative effects of sketches with design theory: sketching to foster knowledge reordering.” International Conference on Engineering Design, Milan

Lous-Etienne Dubois, finalist of Best thesis award of HEC Montréal. 

IPDM 2014 Tom Hustad Best Paper award Limerick, Ireland, 23.

AIMS 2014 Best paper award(association internationale de management stratégique). 

Marine Agogué, best thesis of the AIMS(international association of strategic management) (P. Le Masson supervisor) (2013)

Among the three best papers of Creativity and Innovation Management Journal(2012) Nominated for the Tudor Rickards & Susan Moger Best Paper Award 2011

Reviewer favourite Paper International Conference on Engineering Design (2011). 

 

Academic responsibilities:

Deputy Director of the Centre for Management Science – i3 UMR CNRS 9217 (since 2017)

Director of the Centre for Management Science – i3 UMR CNRS 9217 (2013-2017)

Co-chair (with Eswaran Subrahmanian, Carnegie Mellon Univ) of the “Design Theory” SIG (Special Interest Group) of the Design Society (since 2011). 

Chair of the Innovation SIG (Special Interest Group) of the European Academy of Management (2016-2019)

Honorary Professor in the University of Leicester - School of Business (from 01 May 2017 to 30 April 2020)

Member of the Scientific Committee of MMT-Sonceboz (since 2018)

Co-chair, with Prof. Keith Goffin, of the IPDMC doctoral workshop (since 2020). 

Advisroy Board Member of the WASP HS Project "the emergence of complex intelligent systems - the future of management" (Sweden, Linköping Univ, Saab Aerospace, since 2020)

Co-Chair of the Scientific Committee of IHEIE (High Studies Institute for Innovation & Entrepreneurship) 

Member of the Scientific Committee of IHEST (High Studies Institute for Science and Technology) (since 2014)

Member of the Scientific Committee of Telecom Ecole de Management (since 2015)

Editor of the European Management Review (since 2019) 

Member of the editorial board of Creativity and Innovation Management (since 2019)

Area Editor (Design Theory and Research Methods) of Research in Engineering Design (since 2015)

Organizer of the Design Theory SIG Paris workshops since 2008 (more than 120 participants in 2019, more than 40 institutions, 17 countries) and the Melbourne RMIT symposium of the Design Theory SIG on “Design Theory and Innovation” (Melbourne, RMIT, 2019). 

Chair of the Tutorial in Design Theory of the Design Theory SIG (2019, 2018), with Benjamin Cabanes (18 PhD students, 10 international professors)

Member of the Management Innovation Lab of SNCF (French Railways) (2015-2017)

Co-Organizer (with A. David, Dauphine Univ) of the 2013 International Product Development Management Conference (240 participants). 

Track Chair at Euram 2016, 2015 and 2014 (Design Science), Euram 2013 (Organizing creativity for innovation) and 2011 (Knowledge Management and Absorptive Capacity). Program Committee member of Design Computing and Cognition 2012, 2014, 2016, of R&D Management 2012, of Design 2012, Design 2014, Design 2016. 

Member of the scientific committee of the International Product Development Management Conference (since 2013)

Member of the scientific evaluation committees of ANR “innovation-regulation-governance” (2014), ANR “franco-german” program (2009-2012) and of ANR “creative society” (2011). 

Guest Editor of the special issue on “expertise et inconnu” dans Entreprise et Histoire (2020) (with B. Weil), of the special issue on “Experiments in an Organisational Context” of CERN Ideasquare Journal of Experimental Innovation (with Christiansen, J., Birkinshaw, J., Mäkinen, S.J.) ; Guest Editor of the special issue on “Intelligent Computation in Design and Manufacturing, Interantional Journal of Automation and Technology (in progress) (with R. Teto, M. Matsumaoto, AMM Sharif Ullah) Guest Editor of the special issue on “Innovation Theory and the (re)foundation of management”, European Management Review (in progress) (with M. Elmquist and A. Gawer). Guest Editor of the special issue on Design Theory of Research in Engineering Design journal (2013) (With K. Dorst and E. Subrahmanian). Guest Editor of the special issue on Waiting Games of the Technology Analysis and Strategic Management journal (2011) (With D. Robinson and B. Weil). 

Organization of the SIG innovation at the EURAM Conference 2017, 18 and 19 (with Vivek Velamuri, Leipzig Univ), 180 papers. 

Organization of the Seminar Innovation theory and the (re)foundation of Management 9 nov 2015 (with Maria Elmquist, Annabelle Gawer) 

Reviewer for Creativity Innovation Management, M@n@gement, Management International, Research in Engineering Design, Journal of Engineering Design,… 

 

Teaching activities: 

Head of the Engineering Design curriculum of Mines ParisTech  (engineering students, PhD students, professional, industrial design students): program created in the design research program at MINES ParisTech (with Armand Hatchuel and Benoit Weil), today replicated by several engineering schools, industrial design schools and international universities (Chalmers Sweden, Stanford California, Delft,…). 

Head (with Armand Hatchuel) of the course “Statistical Decision Theory”. 

Head (with Sophie Hooge) of the course “Microeconomics of Design” (Master MTI – MINES ParisTech-Dauphine University PSL). 

Designer (with Benoit Weil) of the courses “Product Design and Innovation” (2001), “Design-Research-Innovation” (2005) and “Generative functions” (2014) at MINES ParisTech. Designer of a new course “Design theory, methods and organization” of PSL-Research University (Innovation-Technology-Institute). 

PhD supervisor of 15 defended PhD thesis: Yacine Felk (2011), Marine Agogué (2012), Ingi Brown (2013), Olga Kokshagina (2014), Pierre-Antoine Arrighi (2014), Louis-Etienne Dubois (2015, in partnership with HEC Montreal), Kenza El Qaoumi (2016), Fabien Jean (2016), Juliette Brun (2017), Laura Le Du (2017), Benjamin Cabanes (2017), Hicham Ezzat (2017), Morgane Benade (Co-Chair with Aachen Technical University RWTH) (2018), Mario Le Glatin (2018), Daniel Carvajal-Perez (2018). PhD supervisor of 8 theses in progress: Maxime Thomas, Agathe Gilain, Chipten Valibhay, Quentin Plantec, Honorine Harlé, Caroline Jobin, Raphaëlle Barbier, Louise Taupin

 

Some publications reflecting research interests (in the last four years):

Books:

Le Masson, P., Weil, B., and Hatchuel, A. (2017). Design Theory - Methods and Organization for Innovation, Springer Nature.

Le Masson, P., Weil, B., and Hatchuel, A. (2014). Théorie, méthodes et organisations de la conception, Sciences de la Conception, M. Nakhla, Presses des Mines, Paris. 464 p.,

Le Masson, P., Weil, B., & Hatchuel, A. (2010). Strategic Management of Design and Innovation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. In French : Les processus d’innovation, conception innovante et croissances des entreprises, Hermes-Lavoisier (2006)

 

Journal articles:

  1. Elmquist, M., Gawer, A., and Le Masson, P. (2019). “Innovation Theory and the (Re-)foundation of Management: Facing the Unknown.” European Management Review, (to be published) pp.
  2. Brun, J., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2019). “Out of the picture? How incompatible knowledge and distant visual stimuli may foster idea generation.” Creativity and Innovation Management, 28, pp. 368-388.
  3. Vourch, G., Brun, J., Ducrot, C., Cosson, J.-F., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2018). “Using design theory to foster innovative cross-disciplinary research: lessons learned from a research network focused on antimicrobial use and animal microbes’ resistance to antimicrobials.” Veterinary and Animal Science, (accepted) pp.
  4. Teti, R., Le Masson, P., Matsumoto, M., and Sharif Ullah, A. M. M. (2018). “Editorial of the Special Issue on Intelligent Computation in Design and Manufacturing.” International Journal of Automation Technology, 12, (3), pp. 273-274.
  5. Le Masson, P., Hatchuel, A., and Weil, B. (2018). “Théorie C-K: fondements et implications d’une théorie de la conception.” Techniques de l’ingénieur, Paris, pp. 22
  6. Le Masson, P., Hatchuel, A., Le Glatin, M., and Weil, B. (2018). “Designing decisions in the unknown: towards a generative decision model for management science.” European Management Review, To be published, pp.
  7. Hatchuel, A., Le Masson, P., Reich, Y., and Subrahmanian, E. (2018). “Design theory: a foundation of a new paradigm for design science and engineering.” Research in Engineering Design, 29, pp. 5-21.
  8. Ezzat, H., Agogué, M., Le Masson, P., Weil, B., and Cassotti, M. (2018). “Specificity and Abstraction of Examples: Opposite Effects on Fixation for Creative Ideation.” The Journal of Creative Behavior, 0, (0), pp.
  9. Le Glatin, M., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2017). “Generative action and preference reversal in exploratory project management.” CERN IdeaSquare Journal of Experimental Innovation, 1, (2), pp.
  10. Christiansen, J., Birkinshaw, J., Le Masson, P., and Makinen, S. (2017). “Experiments in an Organisational Context.” CERN IdeaSquare Journal of Experimental Innovation, 1, (2), pp.
  11. Ezzat, H., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2017). “Extending lab results to advices for leadership facilitating creativity in organizations.” CERN IdeaSquare Journal of Experimental Innovation, 1, (2), pp.
  12. Ezzat, H., Camarda, A., Cassotti, M., Agogué, M., Houdé, O., Weil, B., and Le Masson, P. (2017). “How minimal executive feedback influences creative idea generation.” PLOS ONE, 12, (6), pp. e0180458.
  13. Kokshagina, O., Le Masson, P., and Bories, F. (2017). “Fast-Connecting Search Practices: on the Role of Open Innovation Intermediary to Accelerate the Absorptive Capacity.” Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 120, (July 2017), pp. 232-239.
  14. Agogué, M., Berthet, E., Fredberg, T., Le Masson, P., Segrestin, B., Stötzel, M., Wiener, M., and Ystrom, A. (2017). “Explicating the role of innovation intermediaries in the “unknown”: A contingency approach.” Journal of Strategy and Management, 10, (1), pp. 19-39
  15. El Qaoumi, K., Le Masson, P., Weil, B., and Ün, A. (2017). “Testing Evolutionary Theory of Household Consumption Behavior in the case of Novelty – Product characteristics approach.” Journal of Evolutionary Economcs, (accepted) pp.
  16. Le Masson, P., Hatchuel, A., Kokshagina, O., and Weil, B. (2016). “Designing Techniques for Systemic Impact - Lessons from C-K theory and Matroid Structures.” Research in Engineering Design, (accepted), pp.
  17. Kokshagina, O., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2017). “Should we manage the process of inventing? Designing for patentability.” Research in Engineering Design, 28, (4), pp. 457-475.
  18. Arrighi, P.-A., Le Masson, P., Weil, B., and Kazakçi, A. (2016). “Uncovering the specificities of CAD tools for industrial design with design theory – style models for generic singularity.” International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation, pp. 1-19.
  19. Brun, J., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2016). “Designing with sketches: The generative effects of knowledge preordering.” Design Science, (accepted)
  20. Dubois, L.-E., Le Masson, P., Cohendet, P., and Simon, L. (2016 ). “Le co-design au service des communautés créatives.” Gestion, revue internationale de gestion, 41, (2), pp.
  21. Kokshagina, O., Gillier, T., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2016). “Using Innovation Contests to Promote The Development of Generic Technologies.” Technology Forecasting and Social Change, 114, pp. 152-164
  22. Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2016). “Fayol, Guillaume, Chevenard - la Science, l'Industrie et l'exploration de l'inconnu : logique et gouvernance d'une recherche conceptive.” Entreprises et Histoire, 83, pp. 79-107.
  23. Hooge, S., Kokshagina, O., Le Masson, P., Levillain, K., Weil, B., Fabreguette, V., and Popiolek, N. (2016). “Gambling versus Designing: Organizing for the Design of the Probability Space in the Energy Sector.” Creativity and Innovation Management, 25, (4), pp. 464-483
  24. Le Masson, P., Hatchuel, A., and Weil, B. (2016). “ Design Theory at Bauhaus: teaching “splitting” knowledge.” Research in Engineering Design, 27, (April 2016), pp. 91-115.
  25. Lenfle, S., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2016). “When project management meets design theory: revisiting the Manhattan and Polaris projects to characterize “radical innovation” and its managerial implications.” Creativity and Innovation Management, ((accepted)), pp.

Conference with peer review and proceedings

  1. Rémondeau, E., Cogez, P., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2019). “Assessing and Improving the Coverage of a Strategic Research Agenda: A Design Theory Approach.” Proceedings of the Design Society: International Conference on Engineering Design, 1, (1), pp. 2785-2794.
  2. Plantec, Q., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2019). “Inventions and Scientific Discoveries: Impact of Designers’ Collaborations on Creativity. An Analysis Towards Fixation Effects.” Proceedings of the Design Society: International Conference on Engineering Design, 1, (1), pp.s 159-168.
  3. Plantec, Q., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2019) “The role of participating in user-driven research projects on scholar’s académic performances: a model through C-K design theory.” EURAM 2019, Lisbon, Portugal, European Academy of Management.
  4. Le Masson, P., El Qaoumi, K., Hatchuel, A., and Weil, B. (2019). “A Law of Functional Expansion - Eliciting the Dynamics of Consumer Goods Innovation with Design Theory.” Proceedings of the Design Society: International Conference on Engineering Design, 1, (1), pp. 1015-1024. (reviewer’s favorite award)
  5. Hatchuel, A., Le Masson, P., Weil, B., and Carvajal-Perez, D. (2019). “Innovative Design Within Tradition - Injecting Topos Structures in C-K Theory to Model Culinary Creation Heritage.” Proceedings of the Design Society: International Conference on Engineering Design, 1, (1), pp. 1543-1552.
  6. Harlé, H., Le Masson, P., Weil, B., Hooge, S., Levillain, K., Bulin, G., and Menard, T. (2019). “Innovative Design in Factory - New Methods to Go from Closed to Expandable Prescriptions at the Shop Floor Level.” Proceedings of the Design Society: International Conference on Engineering Design, 1, (1), pp. 1165-1174.
  7. Gilain, A., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2019). “The Hidden Feat Behind Development Cost Escalation - How Engineering Design Enables Functional Expansion in the Aerospace Industry.” Proceedings of the Design Society: International Conference on Engineering Design, 1, (1), pp. 3011-3020.
  8. Carvajal Perez, D., Araud, A., Chaperon, V., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2018) “Generative knowledge heritage: driving generativity through knowledge structures in creative industries - lessons from Cuisine.” International Design Conference - Design 2018, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 1523-1534.
  9. Brun, J., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2018) “Getting Inspiration or Creating Inspiration? The Role of Knowledge Structures in Idea Generation.” Design 2018, Dubrovnik, Croatia, Design Society, 10 
  10. Klasing Chen, M., Aknin, P., Lagadec, L.-R., Laousse, D., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2017). “Designing the missing ling between science and industry: organizing partnership based on dual generativity.” ICED 2017, Vancouver, Canada.
  11. Legrand, J., Le Masson, P., Thomas, M., and Weil, B. (2017) “Rise and fall of platforms: systematic analysis of platform dynamics thanks to axiomatic design.” International Conference on Engineering Design, Vancouver, Canada.
  12. Cabanes, B., Hubac, S., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2016). “From FMEA as a problem solving method to a design-oriented process: towards a design perspective of FMEA.” Design 2016, Outstanding contribution, ed., Dubrovnik.
  13. Ezzat, H., Agogué, M., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2016). “Solution-oriented versus Novelty-oriented Leadership Instructions: Cognitive Effect on Creative Ideatio.” Design Computing and Cognition, Chicago, USA.

Book Chapter

  1. Le Masson, P. (2017). “La théorie C-K - modéliser la créativité scientifique, technique, artistique.” Histoires de Sciences et Entreprises, I. Blanc et C. Denis-Remis, eds., Presses des Mines Paris pp.
  2. Segrestin, B., Aggeri, F., David, A., and Le Masson, P. (2017). “Armand Hatchuel and the Refoundation of Management Research: Design Theory and the Epistemology of Collective Action.” The Palgrave Handbook of Organizational Change Thinkers, D. B. Szabla, W. A. Pasmore, M. Barnes, et A. N. Gipson, eds.pp.
  3. Hatchuel, A., Le Masson, P., and Weil, B. (2017). “C-K theory: modelling creative thinking and its impact on research.” Creativity, Design Thinking and Interdisciplinarity, F. Darbellay, Z. Moody, et T. Lubart, eds.pp.
  4. Le Masson, P., Hatchuel, A., and Weil, B. (2017). “Design theories, creativity and innovation.” The Elgar Companion to Innovation and Knowledge Creation, H. Bathelt, P. Cohendet, S. Henn, et L. Simon, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UKpp. 275-306
  5. Segrestin, B., Aggeri, F., David, A., and Le Masson, P. (2017). “Armand Hatchuel and the Refoundation of Management Research: Design Theory and the Epistemology of Collective Action.” The Palgrave Handbook of Organizational Change Thinkers, D. B. Szabla, W. A. Pasmore, M. Barnes, et A. N. Gipson, eds.
  6. Le Masson, P., and Mc Mahon, C. (2016). “Armand Hatchuel et Benoit Weil - la théorie C-K, un fondement formel aux théories de l'innovation.” Les grands auteurs du management de l'innovation et de la créativité, T. Burger-Helmchen, C. Hussler, et P. Cohendet, eds., In Quarto - Editions Management et Société, Parispp. 588-613
 

Journal Paper

  1. Le Masson, P. (2018). “Innovation de rupture : une question de méthode.” The Conversation, (2018), pp.
  2. Hatchuel, A., Le Masson, P., Segrestin, B., and Weil, B. (2017). “Comprendre et soutenir l’innovation contemporaine : théorie de la conception et métabolisme des nouveaux collectifs.” La lettre de l'InSHS, 47, (mai 2017), pp. 23-25.
  3. Le Masson, P. (2017). “L'inconnu de l'innovation.” Bulletin de l'Amcsti, Réseau professionnel des cultures scientifique, technique et industrielle, Paris, 26-27.
  4. Le Masson, P. (2017 ). “C-K theory: A Model for Creativity.” Paris Innovation Review, April 2017, pp.
  5. Hatchuel, A., Le Masson, P., Segrestin, B., and Weil, B. (2017). “Comprendre et soutenir l’innovation contemporaine : théorie de la conception et métabolisme des nouveaux collectifs.” La lettre de l'InSHS, 47, (mai 2017), pp. 23-25.
  6. Le Masson, P. (2017 ). “C-K theory: A Model for Creativity.” Paris Innovation Review, April 2017, pp. (French, English, Chinese)

 

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