Christophe Roux-Dufort E. M. Lyon, France
Christophe Roux-Dufort is a professor of strategic management at EM Lyon (Lyon School of Management, France) where he teaches and coordinates seminars on crisis management for students and executives. In 1994 Roux-Dufort was one the first professors to introduce a crisis management seminar in the regular curriculum of a French business school. In EM Lyon, Roux-Dufort teaches Crisis Management in the executive MBA, the International MBA, the international masters program in management and in various executive programs. Christophe Roux-Dufort has also written about thirty scientific and professional articles and four books on crisis management. He also works as a consultant on crisis management for French multinational companies in France and in the United States : Michelin, Danone, Tupperware, Renault, Chanel, Airbus among others. His comments on corporate crises are regularly published in national newspapers. He is regularly featured in national radio broadcast. Christophe Roux-Dufort received his M.B.A. degree (1990) from the University Laval (Quebec, Canada) and his Ph. D. degree (1997) from University Paris Dauphine, France. His research interests lie in risk and crisis management, organizational learning and the management of change. Christophe Roux-Dufort is regularly holding visiting appointments in : INSEAD (France), Thammasat University (Thailand), ICHEC (Belgium) and Aarhus School of business (Denmark) where he teaches Crisis Management.