Fabrice Cavarretta
Associate Professor, Management Department

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Curriculum Vitae (pdf)
General Information Research Areas Publications
Ph.D. in Management (Organizational Behavior) - INSEAD

Dissertation : "Linking Team Diversity to Extreme Organizational Outcomes"

Master of Business Administration - First Year Honors - Harvard Business School

Master of Science in Computer Engineering-ENSTA/Stanford University

Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and Physics - Ecole Polytechnique - Paris

Research Areas
Organizational Theory linking team dynamic to extreme outcomes. Aiming to contribute to perspective focusing on extremely low (e.g. Governance) or high (e.g; Creativity, Entrepreneurship) organizational outcomes. Social networks, both as a method and an alternative view of team composition.

Academic Publications
  "Effort is Dead, Long Live Effort: Performance as ?Planning for a Good Trip?" (F. Cavarretta, ), Organizational Dynamics, Issue -
  "When ?It depends? amounts to more than simple contingent relationships: Three canonical forms of inversions" (F. Cavarretta, L. Trincher, D. Choi, S. Hannah), Journal of Organizational Behavior
  "Task complexity and shared value orientation: exploring the moderators of a social dilemma in team social networks" (F. Godart, F. Cavarretta, M. Thieman), Industrial and Corporate Change
  "Debunking the false dichotomy of leadership idealism and pragmatism: Critical evaluation and support of newer genre leadership theories" (S. Hannah, J. Sumanth, P. Lester, F. Cavarretta), Journal of Organizational Behavior, Jul 2014, Vol. 35, Issue 5, p. 598‑621
  "Who Changes Course? The Role of Domain Knowledge and Novel Framing in Making Technology Changes" (N. Furr, F. Cavarretta, S. Garg), Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Sep 2012, Vol. 6, Issue 3, p. 236‑256
  "Too much of a good thing? Resources effects in new ventures" (F. Cavarretta, N. Furr), Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, Jun 2011, Vol. 31, Issue 3, p. 85‑99
  "A framework for examining leadership in extreme contexts" (S. Hannah, M. Uhl‑Bien, B. Avolio, F. Cavarretta), The Leadership Quarterly, Dec 2009, Vol. 20, Issue 6, p. 897‑919
  "Le marché des systèmes de paiements électroniques" (F. Cavarretta), Systèmes et Sécurité, Jan 1996, Vol. 4, Issue 4

  Une exploration des propriétés épistémiques des règles « clés de voûte » des entrepreneurs. In: « Complexité et organisations » Faire face aux défis de demain. Paris (France) : Eyrolles, Morin, Edgar Bibard, Laurent. 2018, p. 83-99
  Quels compromis pour composer l'équipe entrepreneuriale. In: L'Art d'Entreprendre : des Idées pour Agir . Paris (France) : Pearson Education, Hamid Bouchikhi. 2008, p. 55-55

Professional Publications
  Oui, la France est un paradis pour entrepreneurs. paris (France)  : Plon, 2016 ( )

Working papers
  "Leadership beyond the Tipping Point: Toward the Discovery of Inversions and Complementary Hypotheses" (F. Cavarretta, S. Hannah, R. Piccolo, M. Uhl‑Bien). Essec Research Center, DR‑1519 Oct 15.
  "An Inquiry into the Epistemic Properties of Entrepreneurs' Theories of Action" (F. Cavarretta, N. Furr). Essec Research Center, DR‑1415 Nov 14.

Other Publications
Articles published in conference proceedings
  "Task complexity and value orientation: Exploring the moderators of a dilemma in social networks", With F. Godart, M. Thieman. In : AOM Annual Meeting Proceedings, AOM Annual Meeting. Orlando (USA) : Academy of Management, 2013, p. 1-6
  "Distinguishing Extreme vs. Average Performance in Nascent Firms: Putting Risk Back into Entrepreneurship Research", With A. Robb. In : Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference. Babson Park (USA) : Digital Knowledge at Babson, 2009
  "Impact of intrateam diversity on team performance". In : Proceedings of the Sixty-sixth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Sixty-sixth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Philadelphia (U.S.A.) : George T. Solomon (Ed.), 2007

Press articles
  "Quels compromis pour composer l'équipe entrepreneuriale". Les Echos, 05 Jun 2008, p. 11-12

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