People and Organisations PhD (Authorization to supervise research), Business Administration
Specialization domain(s):

- Industrial Relations, Ethnography, Organizational change, Action research, Organizational Learning , Downsizing, Organizational Agility


Rachel has been Professor of Human Resources Management at NEOMA BS since 2002. She was in charge of Research Development from 2002 to 2004, then of the Department of People and Organisations from 2013 to 2014, and then of the Reims Campus from 2014 to 2016. Rachel was awarded a PhD in Management Sciences in 1999 and she defended her Habilitation to Supervise Research in 2006. Before that she was a Consultant in Social Relations Management (1993-2000) then a Scientific Advisor for the DARES research branch of the French Minister of Labour (2000-2002). Her main areas of research are the Restructuring and Guidance of Transformations, Employment Management, Career Paths, Work Management and Social Relations. She relies on action research and action training methods to co-construct knowledge with practitioners. She contributes to the development of educational systems based on the principles of experiential learning and peer-to-peer, by leading groups of learners and professionals.