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First Name:Henri
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Last Name:Isaac
RePEc Short-ID:pis40
GFR M&O Université Paris-Dauphine 75775 Paris Cedex 16 FRANCE
Paris, France

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+33 1 44 05 40 84
Place du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny - 75 775 Paris Cédex 16
RePEc:edi:crep9fr (more details at EDIRC)
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  1. Aurélie Leclercq-Vandelannoitte & Henri Isaac, 2016. "The new office: how coworking changes the work concept," Post-Print hal-01488066, HAL.
  2. Pierre Volle & Henri Isaac & Anis Charfi, 2015. "Création de trafic sur les sites web marchands : enjeux et arbitrages entre visibilité et réputation," Post-Print hal-01486060, HAL.
  3. A. Leclercq-Vandelannoitte & H. Isaac & Michel Kalika, 2013. "Travail à distance et e-management - organisation et contrôle en entreprise," Post-Print hal-00847740, HAL.
  4. Henri Isaac, 2011. "Nouveaux nomades, nouvelles frontières ?," Post-Print hal-00747039, HAL.
  5. Henri Isaac & Pierre Volle, 2011. "E-commerce : de la stratégie à la mise en oeuvre opérationnelle," Post-Print hal-00718445, HAL.
  6. Catherine Barba & Pierre Alarcon & Jean-Rémi Gratadour & Henri Isaac & Patrick Oualid & Pierre Volle, 2011. "Le commerce électronique: évolution ou révolution?," Post-Print hal-00801986, HAL.
  7. Henri Isaac, 2011. "Will mobile technologies transform business education?," Post-Print hal-00747000, HAL.
  8. Henri Isaac, 2009. "L'état du commerce électronique en France," Post-Print hal-00577829, HAL.
  9. Brenda Mak & Robert Nickerson & Henri Isaac, 2009. "A Model of Attitudes toward the Acceptance of Mobile Phone Use in Public Places," Working Papers halshs-00375094, HAL.
  10. Robert Nickerson & Jan Muntermann & Upkar Varshney & Henri Isaac, 2009. "Taxonomy Development In Information Systems: Developing A Taxonomy Of Mobile Applications," Working Papers halshs-00375103, HAL.
  11. Henri Isaac, 2009. "La surinformation, facteur de stress," Post-Print hal-00577810, HAL.
  12. Robert C. Nickerson & Henri Isaac & Mak Brenda, 2008. "A multinational study of attitudes about mobile phone use in social settings," Post-Print halshs-00667558, HAL.
  13. Henri Isaac & Michel Kalika & Nabila Boukef-Charki, 2008. "Courrier électronique et réunions : proposition d'une théorie du millefeuille," Post-Print halshs-00368492, HAL.
  14. Michel Kalika & Henri Isaac, 2008. "Surcharge informationnelle, urgence et TIC," Post-Print halshs-00668823, HAL.
  15. Henri Isaac & Michel Kalika & Nabila Boukef-Charki, 2008. "An empirical investigation of e-mail use versus face-to-face meetings: integrating the Napoleon effect perspective," Post-Print halshs-00368488, HAL.
  16. Michel Kalika & Henri Isaac, 2008. "Management & TIC, le e-management devient management !," Post-Print halshs-00659217, HAL.
  17. Valérie Fernandez & Henri Isaac, 2007. "Assessment of and prospects for research on knowledge management in Europe," Post-Print halshs-00184806, HAL.
  18. Henri Isaac & Michel Kalika, 2007. "TIC et enseignement de la gestion : une révolution manquée ?," Post-Print halshs-00375090, HAL.
  19. Michel Kalika & Nabila Boukef-Charki & Henri Isaac, 2007. "La théorie du millefeuille et l'usage des TIC dans l'entreprise," Post-Print halshs-00155184, HAL.
  20. Henri Isaac & Michel Kalika & Eric Campoy, 2007. "Surcharge informationnelle, urgence et TIC. L'effet temporel des technologies de l'information," Post-Print halshs-00155119, HAL.
  21. Jacques Boulay & Henri Isaac, 2007. "Contrôler les réseaux d'entreprises avec les technologies de l'information : synthèse et perspectives," Working Papers halshs-00155188, HAL.
  22. Henri Isaac, 2006. "Mobile Phone Use In Social Settings: A Multinational Study," Post-Print hal-00155829, HAL.
  23. Henri Isaac, 2006. "Am I disturbing you?: a research model for investigating the social impact of mobile phones," Post-Print hal-00155830, HAL.
  24. Henri Isaac, 2006. "Evolution des taux d'équipement en TIC," Post-Print hal-00157012, HAL.
  25. Henri Isaac & Charles-Henri Besseyre Des Horts & Aurélie Leclercq, 2006. "Adoption and appropriation: toward a new theoretical framework.An exploratory research on mobile technologies in french companies," Working Papers halshs-00155506, HAL.
  26. Henri Isaac, 2006. "L'impact des technologies mobiles d'information et de communication sur les activités des professionnels en entreprise: une étude perceptuelle sur les situations de travail," Post-Print hal-00155533, HAL.
  27. Charles-Henri Besseyre Des Horts & Henri Isaac, 2006. "L'impact des TIC mobiles sur les activités des professionnels en entreprise," Working Papers halshs-00155192, HAL.
  28. Henri Isaac, 2006. "La veille stratégique électronique," Post-Print hal-00157008, HAL.
  29. Henri Isaac, 2006. "Les chartes d'utilisation des TIC comme outil de régulation des usages: émergence d'une pratique en France," Post-Print hal-00157016, HAL.
  30. Henri Isaac, 2006. "Le manager à distance : émergence d'un manager nomade," Post-Print hal-00157010, HAL.
  31. Henri Isaac & Aurélie Leclercq, 2006. "Les conséquences paradoxales de l'usage des outils mobiles de communication sur les situations perçues de travail : une étude exploratoire sur l'impact humain et organisationnel des technologies mobil," Post-Print hal-00155831, HAL.
  32. Henri Isaac, 2006. "Méthodologie de l'Observatoire Dauphine-Cegos," Post-Print hal-00157013, HAL.
  33. Henri Isaac & Aurélie Leclercq, 2006. "Give me a mobile phone, and I will work harder! Assessing the value of mobile technologies in organizations : an exploratory research," Post-Print hal-00155828, HAL.
  34. Henri Isaac & Aurélie Leclercq, 2005. "L'adoption des technologies mobiles par les managers: Pour un dépassement des modèles TAM," Post-Print hal-00155833, HAL.
  35. Henri Isaac, 2005. "La théorie du millefeuille. De la non-substitution entre communications électroniques et face à face," Post-Print hal-00155834, HAL.
  36. Henri Isaac, 2005. "La régulation de l'usage des TIC. Proposition d'un modèle conventionnaliste," Post-Print hal-00155832, HAL.
  37. Henri Isaac, 2004. "Cell Phone Use in Social Settings : Preliminary results from a study in the United States and France," Post-Print hal-00155835, HAL.
  38. Henri Isaac, 2004. "Technologies mobiles et management : quelles compétences pour les managers nomades ?," Post-Print hal-00155838, HAL.
  39. Henri Isaac, 2004. "Technologies mobiles et management : vers un management nomade ?," Post-Print hal-00155837, HAL.
  40. Henri Isaac, 2003. "Utilisation d'Internet pour la veille stratégique : facteurs déterminant les pratiques des entreprises françaises," Post-Print hal-00155840, HAL.
  41. Henri Isaac, 2003. "Les défis du management à l'ère numérique," Post-Print hal-00157002, HAL.
  42. Henri Isaac, 2003. "L'entreprise numérique, quelle réalité en France ?," Post-Print hal-00157004, HAL.
  43. Henri Isaac, 2003. "e-management : concepts et méthodes," Post-Print hal-00157005, HAL.
  44. Henri Isaac, 2002. "A Methodology for on-line case discussion : an experiment in an Executive MBA program," Post-Print hal-00155843, HAL.
  45. Henri Isaac, 2002. "Les composantes du système d'information structurant l'entreprise numérique : une étude empirique en France," Post-Print hal-00155841, HAL.
  46. Henri Isaac, 2002. "L'entreprise numérique, les réalités en France," Post-Print hal-00156998, HAL.
  47. Henri Isaac, 2002. "Discussion d'un cas en ligne : analyse d'une expérience de classe virtuelle," Post-Print hal-00155842, HAL.
  48. Henri Isaac & Michel Kalika, 2001. "Organisation, technologie de l'information et vie privée," Post-Print halshs-00155515, HAL.
  49. Henri Isaac, 2000. "Ethique individuelle, déontologie professionnelle et management :faut-il créer un ordre des managers ? Un point de vue français," Post-Print hal-00155866, HAL.
  50. Henri Isaac, 2000. "L'entreprise numérique : enjeux et conséquences des nouveaux systèmes d'informations," Post-Print halshs-00156575, HAL.
  51. Henri Isaac, 2000. "Ethique ou déontologie : quelles différences pour quelles conséquences managériales ? L'analyse comparative de 30 codes d'éthique et de déontologie," Post-Print hal-00155865, HAL.
  52. Henri Isaac, 1998. "Les normes de qualité dans les services professionnels : une lecture des pratiques à travers la théorie des conventions," Post-Print halshs-00156589, HAL.
  53. Henri Isaac, 1998. "Les référentiels normatifs de la qualité sont-ils adaptés aux entreprises de service ?," Post-Print hal-00155869, HAL.
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