Bertrand Moingeon is Professor of Strategic Management at HEC Paris and former Deputy Dean in charge of Executive Education and Academic Development. He holds a Ph.D. in Sociology and is a qualified Ph.D. supervisor. Re-elected four times running by his peers to manage HEC Executive Education for a total period of 16 years, he also served as Deputy Dean of HEC Paris.
A member of GREGHEC-CNRS, a former visiting professor at Harvard Business School, he is the author of over eighty articles and chapters primarily on the subjects of change management, organizational learning and strategic innovation. He has also published several books, notably: Organizational Learning and Competitive Advantage (with Amy Edmondson, Professor at Harvard Business School), and Corporate and Organizational Identities (with Guillaume Soenen).
He is currently carrying out research projects on these topics as well as on stakeholders experience management. In synergy with his research activities, he has taught in numerous Executive Education programmes and supported a wide variety of corporations in France and abroad. He is the Director of HEC Europe Institute, of which Noëlle Lenoir, former French minister, is president. Bridging strategy and corporate social responsibility, he published with Muhammad Yunus (founder of the Grameen Bank and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize) and Laurence Lehmann-Ortega several articles on the Social Business Model.