Kseniya Navazhylava

De Vinci Research Center


Kseniya Navazhylava

Kseniya's research interests evolve around social issues related to technology (mostly digital media), such as transparency, structuring of work, and occupational dynamics. She teachers Research methods in MBA and International Business programs. Kseniya holds a PHD from HEC Paris, as well as a Master degree in International Journalism from BSU and an MSc in Visual and Cultural Studies from EHU International. Before joining EMLV, she has worked as a postdoctoral fellow at Grenoble Ecole de Management, exploring the connection of digital media and ritual infrastructure and teaching Organisational Behaviour and Managing Organisations. Before joining Academia, Kseniya worked for eleven years as a journalist in the major newspaper in Belarus and collaborated with newspapers in Poland.

kseniya.navazhylava@devinci.fr

Publications


Conferences

Kseniya Navazhylava

Towards Understanding Mutual Constitution of Digital Technology and Rituals in Computer Mediated Interactions Conference

12th International Symposium on Process Organization Studies, Rhodes, Greece, 2021.

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Kseniya Navazhylava

YouTube's Yoga with Adriene as a somametamnemata: Exploring experiences of self-care and wellness in times of crisis. Conference

European Group of Organisation Studies, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2021.

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Kseniya Navazhylava

Digital transaprency: how affordances for gaze direction impact learning and control Conference

35th EGOS Colloquium, Edinburgh, UK, 2019.

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Kseniya Navazhylava; Jean-Charles Pillet; Gazi Islam; Marcos Barros

imagining happiness: Datafication work in designing digital technologies for well-being Conference

14th Organization Studies Summer Workshop on Technology and organization, Mykonos, Greece, 2019.

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Kseniya Navazhylava

Modalities of transparency: visual analysis of French winemaker's digital selfpresentation Conference

34th EGOS Colloquium, Tallinn, Estonia, 2018.

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Kseniya Navazhylava

Online self-presentation and organizational learning Conference

SNO Research Day, HEC, Paris, France, 2018.

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Kseniya Navazhylava

Occupational norms and digital affordances: a case of Publishing house Conference

PROS 2018 : 10th International Process Symposium, Halkidiki, Greece, 2018.

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Kseniya Navazhylava

Employee transparency propensity in social media profiles: How much recruiters really (don't) see Conference

Ethnography Symposium, Manchester, UK, 2017.

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Kseniya Navazhylava

Digital Technologies and Organizational Rituals Conference

33rd EGOS Colloquium, Copenhaguen, Denmark, 2017.

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Kseniya Navazhylava

Transparency propensity and social media affordances Conference

KIN Summer School, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2017.

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Kseniya Navazhylava; Kristine de Valck

Self-presentation Strategies and Online Collaboration Conference

7th Community, Work, Family conference, Milan, Italie, 2017.

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Kseniya Navazhylava

Digital Technologies: Creating Value Beyond a Break-down Conference

33rd EGOS Colloquium - preconference postdoctoral workshop, Copenhaguen, Denmark, 2017.

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Kseniya Navazhylava

Deleuzian Perspective on Sociomateriality of Information and Communication Technology Conference

32nd EGOS Colloquium, Naples, Italie, 2016.

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Incollections

Amanda Peticca-Harris; Kseniya Navazhylava; Genevieve Shanahan

A juggly mummys life history of teaching yoga: embodied postfeminism and neoliberal spirituality Incollection

In: Sorin Gog Emma Bell, Anca Simionca; Taylor, Scott (Ed.): Spirituality, Organization and Neoliberalism, understanding lives experiences, 4 , pp. 67-86, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020, ISBN: 9,78E+12.

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Inproceedings

Kseniya Navazhylava; Kristine de Valck

Constructed Disclosure: Mobilising Online Audience Collaboration through Online Self-Presentation Inproceedings

In: Academy of Management Proceedings, Boston, USA, 2019.

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Kseniya Navazhylava; Joelle Evans

"Bound to Be Free: Occupational Norms, Sensemaking and the Appropriation of Social Media at Work" Inproceedings

In: Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings, Anaheim, USA, 2016.

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Kseniya Navazhylava; Joelle Evans

Bound to Be Free: Occupational Norms, Sensemaking and the Appropriation of Social Media at Work Inproceedings

In: Academy of Management Proceedings, Anaheim, USA, 2016.

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Miscellaneous

Kseniya Navazhylava; Jean-Charles Pillet; Marcos Barros; Gazi Islam

Est-il possible de façonner le bien-être au travail? Miscellaneous

Change the world, 2018.

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PhD Theses

Kseniya Navazhylava

A Transparency Perspective on the Implementation of New Information and Communication Technology : the Case of Social Media Use in Organizational Context PhD Thesis

HEC Paris, 2016.

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