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Function: Full Professor
Research unit or center: EGID (Etudes sur le Genre et la Diversité en Gestion)
Research Field: Changing workplace and strategic HRM
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External Professional Experience: Member Association Francophone des Gestionnaires de Ressources Humaines(AGRH)
Présidente Association des professeurs (AS*Prof) Ulg
Représentante Ulg Comité Consultatif Genre et Développement (ARGO) - Ministère fédéral coopération // Représentante ULG-FERULG Conseil wallon pour l’égalité des femmes et des hommes (CWEFH)
Doctoral thesis: Reengineering facing its contradictions. Focusing on people.
Biography: Annie Cornet has been a full professor in HEC-ULg, the business school of the University of Liège since 1999. She has a PhD in management, a Research Master's in management (DEA), a Master's (licence) in sociology and a Bachelor's degree in social service. She teaches HRM, organizational theory, change management, the social aspects of business and economy, qualitative methodology and methodology for Bachelor's and Master's thesis. She is a specialist in gender studies and diversity management issues (intercultural management, homophobia, age management, disabled people in the workplace, etc.) She wrote many articles, several theoretical books (gender and HRM and diversity management and HRM with Dunod Editions, 1998), several handbooks around diversity management (1998, 2012, 2014) and a case book in 2014 in Liège University Edition. She also wrote a book with AFMD (French association of diversity managers) around the issue of diversity management in social consultation and trade union agenda. She is also specialized in women entrepreneurship (Diane project), gender mainstreaming and gender budgeting. She is a member of the Council for the equality of men and women in the regional government of Wallonia, of which she was the president for 4 years. She also teaches in some business schools in France, Switzerland and Africa (DR Congo and Cotonou-Benin). She also conducted research in 2014 about the position of women in scientific and academic positions at the University of Liège and has been a counselor to the Dean on matters of gender and diversity since September 2014. She taught in HEC Montréal (2000-2001) in the management department and studied social service at Laval University (1988-1989). She supervised 6 doctorate students, three of whom have completed their PhDs.
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