Dr. Allègre L. Hadida is the Director of the MPhil in Management and a University Lecturer in Strategy and Creative Leadership at University of Cambridge Judge Business School. She is also a Fellow and Director of Studies at Magdalene College, and a founding faculty member of the MPhil in Screen Media and Cultures, University of Cambridge. She pioneered teaching and research in Cultural, Arts and Media Management at University of Cambridge Judge Business School and on the Cambridge MBA.
Her research interests focus on strategy in cultural, arts and media organizations, and on creativity in business. Allègre has won numerous awards for her research, including the Special Jury Prize and Honorary Distinction at the FNEGE Best Doctoral Dissertation Award (2004) and the Best Paper Prize at AIMAC (International Association for Arts and Cultural Management) in 2011. Her scholarly work has been published in international peer-reviewed journals, including the Journal of Cultural Economics and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. It has also been mentioned in the business press, including Business Week, the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal and BBC Online.
Allègre has a Master’s in Management/Diplome Grande Ecole from ESCP Europe (formerly EAP), a DEA from University Paris X Nanterre, a MA from Cambridge University and a PhD in Strategy from HEC Paris. She held visiting positions at UCLA (1998), CRG-Ecole Polytechnique, Paris (2006), MIT Sloan School of Management (2007) and Tel Aviv University Recanati School of Business (2012). She has been a Visiting Professor in Strategy and Creative Management at HEC since 2003, and a member of CEHIC (Centro Esade-HEC de Indústrias Culturales) since 2008. In 2011, she became a member of the Scientific Committee and the Head of the Strategy Track at AIMAC.
Allègre teaches strategy, creativity, change management and cultural, arts and media management. She is also a certified Lego® Serious Play™ Methodology facilitator. She has received numerous awards for her teaching, including the Cambridge Judge Business School Teaching Prize (in 2011 and 2013), and four Cambridge MBA Professor of the Year Awards (as voted by the MBA Class in 2005, 2008, 2010 and 2013).