SOPHIE HOOGE

PhD, Mechanical Engineer

Assistant Professor at Center for Management Science, MINES ParisTech

Email: sophie.hooge(-at-)mines-paristech.fr
Phone: +33 1 40 51 92 08

Research areas

  • Value management of Innovative Design strategies (R&D economics tools and methods adapted to innovation, Commitment building of internal stakeholders on innovation projects value)
  • Organizational capability for innovation (new managerial roles, processes and organizations)
  • Applications and practices of innovative design (design rules of C-K formalisms, KCP method)

 

Awards

  • Prix de thèse de l’Andèse 2016 pour Milena Klasing Chen
  • Sophie Hooge and Laura Le Du  – Finalists for Tudor Rickards & Susan Moger Best Paper Award for the best paper published in CIM in 2016.
    Finalist Paper : Collaborative Organizations for Innovation: A Focus on the Management of Sociotechnical Imaginaries to Stimulate Industrial Ecosystems, (Creativity and Innovation Management, September 2016, Vol 25(3)).

 

 

  • Sophie Hooge and Cédric Dalmasso, were awarded the « PMI Project Management Journal 2016 Paper of the Year Award during the EURAM conference at Paris-Créteil University in June, for their article « Breakthrough R&D Stakeholders: The Challenges of Legitimacy in Highly Uncertain Projects » published in PMJ Vol. 46 (6). The paper studies the management of internal R&D stakeholders and their involvement dynamics in breakthrough R&D projects.

Academic Responsabilities

  • Coordinator of the axis “Engineering and Governance of Innovative Design” of the Chair ‘Design Theory and Methods for Innovation’
  • Coordinator of the research team « Design & Logistics » of the Center for Management Science
  • Member of the board of the Innovation Circle of University Paris-Dauphine Foundation
  • Coordinator of the MOOC : Concevoir pour Innover – introduction à la théorie C-K

 

Teaching activities

Publications

Peer-reviewed journal articles

  • Labatut J. et Hooge S., (2016) Renouveler la gestion de ressources communes par la conception innovante ? Le cas d’une race locale au Pays basque, Nature Science et Société, Vol 24 (4), DOI 10.1051/nss/2016037
  • Hooge, S., et Le Du L.,  (2016) Collaborative organizations for innovation: A focus on the management of sociotechnical imaginaries to stimulate industrial ecosystems, accepté dans Creativity and Innovation Management Vol 25, (3), 311-330.
  • Hooge, S., Kokshagina O., Le Masson, P. Levillain , Weil, B., Fabreguette V. et Popiolek N.  (2016) Gambling versus Designing: Organizing for the Design of the Probability Space in the Energy Sector, accepté  dans Creativity and Innovation Management, Vol 25, (4), 464-483,.
  • Hooge, S., Béjean et F. Arnoux (2016) Organizing for Radical Innovation: The benefits of the interplay between cognitive and organizational processes in KCP workshops, International Journal of Innovation Management, 20(4).  
  • Hooge, S. et Dalmasso C. (2015), Exploring the dynamics of R&D stakeholders’ involvement in breakthrough engineering projects, Special issue Project and Stakeholders, Project Management Journal, 46(6), 54-73.
  • Agogué, M., Levillain L. et Hooge S., (2015) Gamification of creativity: exploring the usefulness of serious games for ideation, Creativity and Innovation Management, 24(3), 415-429.

 

  • Gillier, Thomas, Sophie Hooge, and Gérald Piat. (2015). Framing value management for creative projects: An expansive perspective. International Journal of Project Management, 33(4), 947-960.
  • Elerud-Tryde, Anne and Sophie Hooge (2014) « Beyond the Generation of Ideas: Virtual Idea Campaigns to Spur Creativity and Innovation », Creativity and Innovation Management, 23(3), 290-302.
  • Börjesson, Sofia, Maria Elmquist, and Sophie Hooge. (2014) « The challenges of innovation capability building: Learning from longitudinal studies of innovation efforts at Renault and Volvo Cars. » Journal of Engineering and Technology Management,31 : 120-140.
  • Arnoux, Frédéric et Sophie Hooge, (2013) Naissance et bouleversements d’un modèle de conception dominant : 70 ans d’histoire de conception de la turbine à gaz à Turbomeca, Entreprise et Histoire,n°73, pp. 10-26.

Books and Chapters

  • Hooge S. et R. Stasia (Nov 2016) Performance de la R&D et de l’innovation, Du contrôle de gestion à la gestion controlée,  Préface de Nicolas Berland, Presses des Mines, Paris, 159p.
  • Agogué M. et Hooge (2016) Formation à la conception innovante, JFD Editions, ISBN 978‐2‐923710‐32‐7 Canada, Montréal, 157p.
  • Hooge, S., Béjean et F. Arnoux (2017 April) Organizing for Radical Innovation: The benefits of the interplay between cognitive and organizational processes in KCP workshops, in The Role of Creativity in the Management of Innovation, Series on technology management,vol 27, World Scientific.
  • Arnoux, F. et Hooge S. (2016), “Bouleversements d’un modèle de conception dominant :
 70 ans d’histoire
 de conception
 de la turbine à gaz
 à Turbomeca”, in L’industrie Aéronautique mondiale : Acteurs et stratégies, coord Marc Daniel SEIFFERT, Med KECHIDI, collection Brève histoire, MA Editions, pp159-189.
  • Hatchuel, Armand, Pascal Le Masson, Benoit Weil, Marine Agogué, Akin Kazakçi and Sophie Hooge (2015), Multiple forms of applications and impacts of a design theory – ten years of industrial applications of C-K theory, book chapter in “Impact of Design Research on Practice (IDRP)”, edited by Chakrabarti and Lindemann, Springer.
  • Agogué, M., Hooge S., Arnoux F., Brown I., (2014), Introduction to Innovative Design, Elements and applications of C-K theory, Presses des Mines, Collection Sciences de la Conception, 120p.
  • Agogué, M., Arnoux F., Brown I., et S. Hooge, (2013) Introduction à la conception innovante: Eléments théoriques et pratiques de la théorie CK. Presses des MINES, 60p.

Doctoral dissertation

  • Hooge, S. (2010). Performance de la R&D en rupture et des stratégies d’innovation: organisation, pilotage et modèle d’adhésion(Doctoral dissertation, École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris), p483. Download here (pdf)
    • CIFRE Renault / Research and Advanced Engineering Dpt
    • Under supervision of Pr. Armand HATCHUEL
    • Finalist of AIMS-FNEGE prize (Best PhD thesis on strategy and innovation management)

Conference Proceedings

  • Hooge S., Levillain K., Guerineau, Bion-Robin, Gautier (2016) Designing exploratory partnerships in Southeast Asia – The challenge of building a sustainable ecosystem to address chronic malnutrition, EGOS, Italy, Naples.
  • Kokshagina, Hooge, Canet (2016) How entrepreneurs deal with routines to entrench their start-up in an ecosystem, EGOS, Italy, Naples.
  • Laousse, D. et S. Hooge (2016) Refaire société par la recherche d’une institutionnalisation collaborative. Le cas des transports publics, Colloque OPDE “Le concevoir ensemble au prisme du lien social” (Rouen, 4-5/2/2016).
  • Le Du L., Hooge S. et Le Masson P. (2015) The technical object as a resource of imaginaries stimulation: The case of Twizy in the automotive industry, XXIIth International Product Development Management Conference (IPDMC), Copenhagen, Danemark.
  • Kovacevic J., David A. et Hooge S., (2015) Analyzing the micro-processes of collaborative concept generation at ideation stages: The case of innovation-oriented web community discussions, XXIIth International Product Development Management Conference (IPDMC), Copenhagen, Danemark.
  • Agogué M., Cassotti M., Hooge S. et Parguel B., (2015) Nudging creativity: the effect of creative priming on individual ideation ANZMAC.
  • Hooge S. et Dalmasso C. (2015) Dynamics of internal R&D stakeholders in the FFE of breaktrhough engineering projects, European Academy of Management (EURAM) Varsow, Pologne.
  • Canet E., Hooge S., Kokshagina O. (2015) Comment se crée l’identité d’entreprise ? Processus de construction dans la start-up et impact des références identitaires, Association internationale de Management Stratégique (AIMS), Paris, France.

 

  • Hooge, S., & Le Du, L., (2014, June). Stimulating industrial ecosystems with sociotechnical imaginaries: The case of Renault Innovation Community. In Proceedings of EURAM’14 Conference, Valencia Spain.
  • Hooge, S., O. Kokshagina, P. Le Masson, K. Levillain, B. Weil, V. Fabreguettes, N. Popiolek, (2014, June). Designing generic technologies in Energy Research: learning from two CEA technologies for double unknown management, In Proceedings of EURAM’14 Conference, Valencia Spain.
  • Klasing Chen, M. & Hooge, S. (2014, June). Low cost strategies to build dynamic capabilities: The creative approach of a French public transport operator, In Proceedings of EURAM’14 Conference, Valencia Spain
  • Hooge S. & A. David (2014, June)  What makes an efficient theme for a creativity session? An exploratory analysis from industrial innovation-oriented creativity workshops, 21th International Product Development Management Conference, Limerick, Ireland.
  • Agogué M., Levillain K., Hooge S. (2014, June) An analytical framework to evaluate idea generations methodologies: the case of the serious game, 21th International Product Development Management Conference, Limerick, Ireland.
  • Klasing Chen, S. Hooge, B. Segrestin and A. Hatchuel, (2014, May,) motivations for innovation in public transport: the benefits of a low cost perspective, In International Design Conference DESIGN2014, Croatia.
  • El Kerdini, S., & Hooge, S. (2013). Can Strategic Foresight And Creativity Tools Be Combined? Structuring A Conceptual Framework For Collective Exploration Of The Unknown. Proceedings of XXthInternational Product Development Management Conference
  • Gillier, Thomas, Sophie Hooge, and Gérald Piat. (2013) Framing the scope of value in exploratory projects: An expansive value management model. Proceedings of XXth International Product Development Management Conference, 
  • Hooge, Sophie, Marine Agogué, and Thomas Gillier. (2012) « A new methodology for advanced engineering design: Lessons from experimenting CK Theory driven tools. » Proceedings of International Design Conference-Design 2012, 
  • Agogue, Marine, Elsa TA Berthet, and Sophie Hooge. (2012) « From ecology to management sciences: towards a modeling Of the dynamics of stakeholders in an innovating ecosystem. » Proceedings of XIXthInternational Product Development Management Conference
  • Hooge S., Dalmasso C. (2011). Learnings from innovation echoes in mature organizations. The case of the Automative Industry. Proceedings of the XVIIIthInternational Product Development Management Conference, Delft.
  • Hooge S. Hatchuel A., (2008), Value Indicators and Monitoring in Innovative Product Development Management: A grounded approach, Proceedings of theXVth International Product Development Management Conference, Hamburg.

Thesis supervision

  • Dominique Laousse (Novembre 2014 – ), Innovation et Institutionnalisation : Du transport aux mobilités dans les grandes entreprises publiques, VAE SNCF, co-advisor with Prof. A. Hatchuel at MINES ParisTech.
  • Laura Le Du (Novembre 2013 –28 juin 2017), « Modéliser l’expansion des imaginaires en conception: dynamique des imaginaires, ingénierie de stimulation et nouvelles organisations de l’innovation », CIFRE Renault, co-advisor with Prof. P. Le Masson at MINES ParisTech.
  • Milena Klasing Chen (Mars 2012 – 18 Septembre 2015), Complex value networks and Low cost, Design models and application to public transportation, CIFRE RATP, co-advisor with Profs. A. Hatchuel and B. Segrestin at MINES ParisTech.