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Francois DUPUY Academic Director, CEDEP - European Centre for Executive Development in Association with INSEAD, Fontainebleau

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1969 Bachelor, Ancient History», Université Paris I Sorbonne, Paris
  Graduate, Centre de Formation des Journalistes, Paris
1971 Graduate, Institut d Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), major in « Politics, Economy and Social Sciences »
1972-1976 Assistant Researcher, Centre de Recherches en Sciences Sociales du Travail (CRESST - Université de Paris Sud)
1973 MA in Political Sciences, Sciences Po, Paris
1974 Salzburg Seminar, American Studies
1974-1976 Professor, ADSSA (Association pour le Développement des Sciences Sociales Appliquées)
since 1976 Docent, Master of Advanced Studies, Sociology, Sciences Po, Paris
1976-1978 Researcher, Centre de Sociologie des Organisations (CSO- CNRS)
1977 Responsible for seminar, ENA
1977-1978 Professor, Collège d Europe, Bruges
1978-1985 Researcher, CNRS, affiliated to CSO
since 1980 Professor, CEDEP
1984-1990 Visiting Professor, School of Social Sciences, University of California Irvine (UCI)
1985-1990 Researcher, CNRS, Groupe d'Analyses des Politiques Publiques (GAPP)
1987 Visiting professor, University of Montevideo
1990 Visiting professor, Graduate School of Management, University of California Irvine (UCI)
1990-1994 CEO, Groupe STRATEMA, then when this latter merged with SMG, CEO of Groupe SMG S.A, French subsidiary of the Swedish group SIFO
1992-1999 Visiting Professor, INSEAD
1994-1995 Back to Researcher, affiliated to GAPP
1994-2001 Consultant
1997-1999 Adjunct Professor, Management, School of Business, Indiana University, Kelley
1999 Founder and manager, Sifolux SA
1999-2000 Professor of management (part-time) at the Kelley School of Business Indiana University
1999-2001 Affiliate Professor, psycho-sociology of organizations, INSEAD
2001-2005 CEO, Mercer Delta France, scientific adviser, Mercer Companies in France.
since 2005 Consultant
since 2011 Academic Director, CEDEP (European Centre for Executive Development, INSEAD Campus)