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(Français) Professeur Senior et Consultant au sein du Groupe Supdeco

Professor Ababacar MBENGUE

(Français) Sénégalaise


Ababacar MBENGUE graduated from HEC Paris (Promotion 1984-1987), holds a DEA in Strategy and Management from the University of Paris 10 Nanterre, a PhD in Management Sciences and an HDR (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches) from the University of Paris Dauphine as well as from the Agrégation des Universités Françaises en Sciences de Gestion (competition 1996). He was thus the first national of a country in Black Africa to be accepted in the French national competition for the aggregation of Universities in Management.

Professor Ababacar MBENGUE has strong knowledge and skills, including, inter alia, in the following areas:


Demonstrated administrative and technical management knowledge, including knowledge of relevant rules of conduct, including ethical and professional standards, and ability to identify and implement best practices; excellent analytical and conceptual skills, to identify complex technical problems and to propose appropriate solutions.

Sense of strategy

Ability to identify strategic issues, risks, challenges, opportunities, to define strategic direction and objectives, and to implement them effectively.

Planning and organization:

Excellent planning skills and high-level managerial competence to develop priority-based strategies and implement relevant action plans with the aim of maximising efficiency and productivity and achieving objectives.

Judgement and decision-making

High maturity of judgment and initiative, imagination, ingenuity and tact to identify the central issues in normal or complex situations and to make the necessary decisions taking into account all relevant factors and their impact.

Communication and Information Technology Knowledge

Excellent oral and written communication skills (perfect command of English and French), strong negotiating skills, and awareness of ICT challenges and opportunities for, and building upon, coherent information management strategies.



“Investissements immatériels et politiques de formation : outils de gestion responsable et attentes des parties prenantes”, Management et sciences sociales, n°19, juillet-décembre, 2016 (avec P. TOURATIER, J. FEIGE, et JP MEREAUX)

  • “The mediating role of organizational capabilities in the relationship between middle managers’ involvement and firm performance: A European study”, European Management Journal, 32(2), 305-318, 2014 (avec M. L. Ouakouak et N. Ouédraogo)
  • “Introducing customer blind spots: a cognitive approach on noncustomers”, Journal of Strategic Marketing, Vol. 22 Issue 2, pp. 135-148, 2014 (avec K. Benslimane et D. Chaney)
  • “Management des connaissances : codification, personnalisation et nouvelles perspectives”, Management et Avenir, Issue 67, pp. 243-249, 2014
  • “Évaluation comptable du capital humain : enjeux, pratiques et modalités”, Humanisme & Entreprise, n°310, pp. 41-56, 2014 (avec JP Méreaux et J. Feige)
  • “When atmospherics lead to inferences of manipulative intent: Its effects on trust and attitude”. Journal of Business Research, 2013, 66(7), 823-830, 2013 (avec R. Lunardo).
  • “Organizational learning capability: Theoretical analysis and empirical study in the context of official development aid project teams”, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 30(1), 26-39, 2013 (avec S. Sané)
  • “Planification stratégique rationnelle et performance des entreprises : une étude internationale”. Management International, 16: 4, 117-127, 2012 (avec M. L. Ouakouak).
  • “La simulation d’un marché comme outil pédagogique et de recherche en négociation”. Négociations, pages 59-74, 2011/2 (avec J. Sohier, P. Cottet et S. Sohier).
  • “Stratégies de gestion des connaissances dans les grandes entreprises françaises”. Finance, Contrôle, Stratégie, vol. 14, issue 3, pages 39-62, 2011 (avec J. Feige).
  • “Faut-il brûler les tests de signification statistique ?”, M@n@gement, 13: 2, 99-127, 2010.
  • “Should we burn the statistical significance tests?”, M@n@gement, 13: 2, 99-127, 2010.
  • “Perceived control and shopping behavior: The moderating role of the level of utilitarian motivational orientation”, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, Volume 16, Issue 6, Pages 434-441, November 2009 (avec R. Lunardo).
  • “Management des savoirs”, Revue Française de Gestion, numéro 149, mars-avril, pages 13-31, 2004.
  • “Stratégie et Gestion des Ressources Humaines”, Revue Française de Gestion, numéro 132, janvier-février, 2001.
  • “Le fonctionnement dual des organisations”, Revue Française de Gestion, numéro 114, 1997.