Marc Lassagne is an associate professor at Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Arts et Metiers and the academic director of the Specialized Masters “Global Risk Management”. He teaches stratgic management, corporate social responsibility, risk management, decision analysis and epistemology. He is also the co-director of a the “Decision Sciences and Risk Management” research master’s degree with Dr. Patrick Hénaff (IAE de Paris, Sorbonne Graduate Business School). He also co-chairs with Pr Jean-Marie Flaus (Polytech’ Grenoble) the « industrial risk analysis » network, funded by INRS.
Marc Lassagne is a researcher with GRID (research Group on Risk, Information and Decision, a joint research unit between Arts and Métiers, ESTP and IAE de Paris). His research interests include industrial risk management, occupational health and safety and more generally the intergration of uncertainty in management processes. His research finds applications in various fields, from HR to logistics. Marc Lassagne has worked on research projects and consulted with many different companies, such as Bureau Veritas, EDF, Bouygues, Liebherr, LʼAir Liquide, Johnson & Johnson…
Marc Lassagne graduated from Sciences Po Paris (BA, Political Science) and from Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne University (BS, Economics). He is also an alumnus of the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan (MS, Economics and Management) and holds a PhD in management studies from Arts et Metiers.
Laurent Dehouck is the scientific Director of the MS, he is associate professor in management and vice president of Ecole Normale Superieure in Rennes. He teaches management, strategy and organizational theory. At ENSAM he teaches a class in another master named « risk analysis » and a class about bias in decision making and their resolutions.
Laurent Dehouck is a researcher for the GRID (research unit shared by Arts and Métiers ParisTech, ESTP and Paris IAE). His researches are about improving risk management, relying on practical experiences.
He graduated from the University Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne (Economics). He is also an alumnus of the l’Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan and PhD in management.