HEC Paris
Emeritus Professor, Management and Human Resources


Alain Keravel graduated from the ENSAM, the HEC MBA and received a postgraduate degree in clinical psychology from the Paris-VII University.

After a 20-year operational career in the field of new technologies, he joined HEC''s Management and Human Resources Department. He manages the EOLE applied research laboratory on innovations at HEC, is a member of the HEC MBA steering committee and coordinates the "managerial behavior" course family.

His research interests include supporting change linked to technological innovation, emerging work organization methods. He teaches in a large number of programs for executives and managers, particularly in the field of hospital management. He is one of the co-authors of « le management des entreprises artistiques et culturelles » (the management of artistic and cultural firms).


Employment Date: 1992

Main courses taught at HEC

Le management d''équipes de travail, le management de projet et la conduite de réunion

La démarche de gestion prévisionnelle des emplois et des compétences


1994 International Teachers Programme, __, Albania.

1974 Diplôme de Psychologue Clinicien (3ème Cycle), Université Paris Diderot, France.

1970 Diplôme d''Ingénieur , Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs Arts et Métiers, France.



Academic Appointments

Academic responsibilities at HEC

2014- Emeritus Professor.

Research Areas

Le management des changements liés à l''innovation technologique ou organisationnnelle

Le management de projet d''ingénierie de formation

Les applications des Nouvelles Technologies dans le domaine pédagogique

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