Dr HUDSON Sarah

Associate Professor

Department : Management and Organization

Nationalities :

Teaching

  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Preparation for Graduating Project
  • Marketing Research
  • Business and the Environment

Qualifications

  • MBA (avec mention), Rennes School of Business, France
  • Doctorat de chimie, Université de Sheffield, Royaume-Uni
  • B.Sc. de chimie, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, Royaume-Uni

Service

Service to the Institution College Assignments Member

  • Programmes Committee (2013-2014)
  • PhD Research Committee (2011-2012)

Research Interests

  • RSE et développement durable dans les PME
  • Le Développement durable des entreprises
  • Le comportement consommateur responsable
  • Le marché des technologies mobiles

Work Experience

Academic

  • Associate Professor, Management and Organization Academic Area, Rennes School of Business (2015 – Present); Programme Manager MSc “ Management de projets créatifs, Culture et Design”(2016 – Present )
  • Assistant Professor, Rennes School of Business
  • Head of Department Management and Organisation Department, ESC Rennes School of Business (September, 2011 – August, 2013).
  • Programme Manager, ESC Rennes School of Business (2004 – 2010).
  • Language Teacher, Languages Coordinator, ESC Rennes school of Business (1997 – 2004).
  • English Language Teacher, Various including ESC Rennes School of (1995 – 1997).
  • Post-doctoral Researcher, Universidad de Sevilla (1991 – 1995).

Non Academic

  • Research and Development, SmithKline Beecham (1985 – 1986 )

Intellectual contributions

Refereed Articles

Basic or Discovery Scholarship

  • Rychalski, Aude and Sarah Hudson, “Asymmetric effects of customer emotions on satisfaction and loyalty in a utilitarian service context.” Journal of Business Research (2017):
  • Hudson, Sarah , Helena V Gomez-Gonzalez, and Aude Rychalski, “Call centers: is there an upside to the dissatisfied customer experience?” Journal of Business Strategy (2017):
  • Hudson, Sarah , Douglas Bryson, and Marco Michelotti, “Individuals’ Assessment of Corporate Social Performance, Person-Organization Values and Goals Fit, Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intentions.” (in press) Industrial Relations / Relations Industrielles (2017):
  • McNamara, T , S Shaaban, and Sarah Hudson, “Fifty years of the bowl phenomenon.” Journal of Manufacturing Systems 41. (2016): 1-7.
  • McNamara, Tom , Sabry Shaaban, Sarah Hudson, and Erika Marsillac, “Improving Performance in Unbalanced, Unpaced Merging Assembly Lines.” (in press) International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management (2016):
  • Hudson, Sarah , Tom McNamara, and Sabry Shaaban, “Unbalanced Lines -Where Are We Now?” International Journal of Production Research 53. (2015): 1895-1911.
  • Hudson, Sarah , Sabry Shaaban, and Tom McNamara, “The performance of unpaced production lines with unbalanced mean operation times and unreliability patterns.” Journal of Manufacturing Systems 37. (2015): 164-172.
  • Shaaban, Sabry , Tom McNamara, and Sarah Hudson, “The impact of failure, repair and joint imbalance of processing time means & buffer sizes on the performance of unpaced production lines.” International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management (2015):
  • McNamara, Tom , Sabry Shaaban, and Sarah Hudson, “The effect of mean-time and variability imbalance in unreliable lines.” Journal européen des systèmes automatisés 48. (2014): 211-237.
  • Shaaban, Sabry and Sarah Hudson, “Special Issue: ‘Production Systems – Cases and Applications’.” Production Planning & Control 25. (2014): 91-92.
  • Shaaban, Sabry , Tom McNamara, and Sarah Hudson, “Mean Time Imbalance Effects on Unreliable Unpaced Serial Flow Lines.” Journal of Manufacturing Systems (2014):
  • McNamara, Tom , Sabry Shaaban, and Sarah Hudson, “Simulation of unbalanced buffer allocation in unreliable unpaced production lines.” International Journal of Production Research 51. (2013): 1922-1936.
  • Shaaban, S. , T. McNamara, and S. Hudson, “The Effects of Unbalancing Operation Time Variability on the Performance of Unreliable Lines.” Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management 24. (2013): 428-447.
  • Barron, Andrew , Peter Hulten, and Sarah Hudson, “The financial crisis and the gathering of political intelligence: A cross-country comparison of SMEs in France, Sweden and the UK.” International Small Business Journal 30. (2012):
  • Shaaban, Sabry and Sarah Hudson, “Transient Behaviour of Unbalanced Lines.” International Journal of Flexible Manufacturing Systems 24. (2012): 575-602.
  • McNamara, Tom , Sabry Shaaban, and Sarah Hudson, “Unpaced Production Lines with Three Simultaneous Imbalance Sources.” Industrial Management & Data Systems 111. (2011): 1-27.
  • Shaaban, Sabry and Sarah Hudson, “The Performance of Unpaced Serial Production Lines with Unequal Coefficients of Variation of Processing Times.” International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology (2009):

Refereed Proceedings

Basic or Discovery Scholarship

  • Hudson, Sarah , Helena Gonzalez, Cyrlene Claasen, and Yujiao Luo, “Can modern organizational nepotism be legitimate? Chinese employee perceptions.” EBEN-Annual Conference 2014, June 1014, Berlin (2014):
  • Shaaban, Sabry , Sarah Hudson, and Tom McNamara, “Reliable and Unreliable Unpaced Production Lines With Unbalanced Operation Time Means – A Comparison.” INCOM’12 (2012):
  • Shaaban, Sabry , Sarah Hudson, and Tom McNamara, “Performance of Reliable and Unreliable Unpaced Production Lines with Uneven Buffer Allocation.” INCOM’12 (2012):
  • Huo, Q. , A Palmer, and S Hudson, “Critical Mass as an Antecedent to Stability in Online Communities.” International Days of Statistics and Economics, Prague (2011):
  • Hudson, Sarah and Michele Pracht, “The Future of Intellectual Capital in French SMEs: an exploratory study.” 6TH INTERDISCIPLINARY WORKSHOP ON INTANGIBLES, INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL & EXTRA-FINANCIAL INFORMATION (2010):
  • Hudson, Sarah , Julia Roloff, Simone Klein, and Kirstin Vorbohle, “”Drivers and Brakes for Corporate Responsibility A comparison of German and French SME.” USE2009 (2009):
  • Hudson, Sarah and Julia Roloff, “Idealism, compliance or cooperation – Why do Breton SMEs engage in corporate social responsibility?” International Conference « Strategy of Sustainable Development in the E.U and neighbours », Czestochowa, Poland (2009):
  • Hudson, Sarah and Douglas Bryson, “The relationship between individuals: Assessment of corporate social performance and person-organization fit, job satisfaction and turnover intentions: an empirical study.” 22nd European Business Ethics Network EBEN Annual Conference (2009):
  • Hudson, Sarah and Douglas Bryson, “Does Corporate Social Responsibility influence Consumer Intention to Purchase?” 14th International Conference on Corporate and Marketing Communications Nicosia (2009):
  • Hudson, Sarah and Douglas Bryson, “Promotional coupons:A cross country comparison of the effectiveness of promotional e-coupons vs traditional coupons in France and in UK.” 14th International Conference on Corporate and Marketing Communications Nicosia (2009):
  • Hudson, Sarah , “Moral Managers as Drivers of Corporate Social Reponsibility in SMEs. The case of Brittany, France.” European Business Ethics Network (2009):
  • Hudson, Sarah and J. Smith, “Assessing Competitive Intelligence Practices in a Non-Profit Organization.” ATELIS, European Competitive Intelligence Symposium : Comparative Practices Approach,Trends and Techniques, Lisboa,Portugal,March 27-28 (2008):
  • Hudson, Sarah and Julia Roloff, “Starting an inch and going a mile; The dynamics of CSR in small and medium enterprises in Brittany.” European Academy of Business in Society (EABIS) 6th Annual Colloquium (2008)

Books, Monographs, Compilations, Manuals

Book

  • Aßländer, Michael S. and Sarah Hudson, The Handbook of Business and Corruption: Cross-Sectoral Experiences. Emerald, 2017.
  • Lépineux, François , Jean-Jacques Rosé, C Bonanni, Sarah Hudson, and C Pinson, La RSE – La responsabilité sociale des entreprises – 2e éd. : Théories et pratiques. Dunod, 2016.
  • Shaaban, Sabry , Production Line Efficiency: A Comprehensive Guide for Managers. Second Edition. Business Expert Press, 2013.
  • Shaaban, Sabry and Sarah Hudson, Production Line Efficiency: A Comprehensive Guide for Managers. BEP Business Expert Press, 2010.
  • Rose, J-J , F Lépineux, C Bonanni, and S Hudson, La RSE; Théories et pratiques. Dunod, 2010.
    Lépineux, François , J.-J. Rosé, C. Bonanni, and S. Hudson, La RSE – Responsabilité sociale des entreprises – Théories et pratiques. Paris: Editions Dunod, 2010.

Chapters, Cases, Readings, Supplements

Case

  • Hudson, Sarah , A.S Darwish, and Sabry Shaaban, “The SeaTravel Teaching Case.”, ECCH. ECCH European Case Clearning House, 2015.
  • Hudson, Sarah and Asha Moore-Mangin, “Explaining Carrefour’s success in China – understanding local culture was key.”, International Business, Global edition. McGraw Hill, 2014.
  • Hudson, Sarah and Asha Moore-Mangin, “Trapped in Apple’s Supply Chain? Indentured servants, fake documents and other unseemly activities at the hi-tech giant.”, International Business, Global Edition, Hill. McGraw Hill, 2014.
  • Moore-Mangin, Asha and Sarah Hudson, “Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) – the mother of all free trade agreements?”, International Business, Global Edition, Hill. McGraw Hill, 2014.
  • Moore-Mangin, Asha and Sarah Hudson, “Alcatel – Lucent and talent management: How their Human Resource Management policies and use of “talent intelligence” help them to compete.”, International Business, Global Edition, Hill. McGraw Hill, 2014.
  • Hudson, Sarah and Amanda Bailey, “Mexico’s oil market set to open to foreign investment.”, International Business, Global Edition, Hill. McGraw Hill, 2014.
  • Hudson, Sarah and Amanda Bailey, “Economic liberalization and Cuba: It will take more than baseball, rum and cigars to help the country’s finances.”, International Business, Global Edition, Hill. McGraw Hill, 2014.
  • Bailey, Amanda and Sarah Hudson, “Hyundai’s Global Brand; Sign of the times.”, International Business, Global Edition, Hill. McGraw Hill, 2014.
  • Hudson, Sarah and Asha Moore-Mangin, “Keeping track of the competition through competitive intelligence software.”, Strategy Dess. McGraw Hill, 2013.
  • Hudson, Sarah and Asha Moore-Mangin, “How Google attracts and maintains top talent.”, Strategy by Dess. McGraw Hill, 2013.
  • Hudson, Sarah and Asha Moore-Mangin, “Samsung and the growing trend of.”, Strategy by Dess. McGraw Hill, 2013.
  • Hudson, Sarah and Asha Moore Mangin, “Sears: The destruction of a company.”, Strategy by Dess. McGraw Hill, 2013.
  • Hudson, Sarah and Asha Moore-Mangin, “Banking on the unbanked. Mobile phone technology brings financial services to Africa.”, Strategy by Dess. McGraw Hill, 2013.
  • Moore-Mangin, Asha and Sarah Hudson, “Yahoo buys Tumblr. Will corporate cultures collide or meld?”, Strategy by Dess. McGraw Hill, 2013.
  • Moore-Mangin, Asha and Sarah Hudson, “Are employees abandoning Apple?”, Strategy by Dess. McGraw Hill, 2013.
  • Moore-Mangin, Asha and Sarah Hudson, “TESCO’s failure in the US.”, Strategy vy Dess. McGraw Hill, 2013.
  • Moore-Mangin, Asha and Sarah Hudson, “Apple finally gives into perks to attract/retain employees.”, Strategy by Dess. McGraw Hill, 2013.
  • Moore-Mangin, Asha and Sarah Hudson, “« Klout »: the frustration of trying to get a start-up to reach its full potential.”, Strategy by Dess. McGraw Hill, 2013.
  • Hudson, Sarah and Asha Moore-Mangin, “Gaining a competitive advantage – case – The difficulty in finding talented and skilled people even in a recession.”, Human Resource Management – Global Edition. (McGraw-Hill):, 2012.
  • Hudson, Sarah and Asha Moore-Mangin, “Gaining a competitive advantage – case – How McDonalds is getting rid of cashiers in Europe and replacing them with kiosks.”, Human Resource Management – Global Edition. McGraw-Hill, 2012.
  • Hudson, Sarah and Asha Moore-Mangin, “Collective Bargaining & Labor relations – case – The German ‘Miracle’ and unemployment.”, Human Resource Management – Global Edition. McGraw Hill, 2012.
  • Moore-Mangin, Asha and Sarah Hudson, “Employee Benefits – case –Shape up or pay up.”, Human Resource Management – Global Edition. McGraw Hill, 2012.
  • Moore-Mangin, Asha and Sarah Hudson, “The Legal Environment: Equal Employment Opportunity and Safety – case – Harassment and class action worker lawsuit at.”, Human Resource Management – Global Edition. McGraw-Hill, 2012.
  • Moore-Mangin, Asha and Sarah Hudson, “Strategic HRM-Evidence based HR-Control vs Commitment.”, for Human Resource Management – Global Edition. McGraw-Hill, 2012.
  • Shaaban, Sabry and Sarah Hudson, “Brittany Baguette Ltd.”, ECCH Case for Learning. ECCH, 2012.

Chapter

  • Hudson, Sarah and Cyrlene Claasen, “Nepotism and Cronyism – a Cultural Phenomenon?”, The Handbook of Business and Corruption: Cross-Sectoral Experiences. Emerald, 2017.
  • Hudson, Sarah and Julia Roloff, “In Search of Sustainability? SMEs in Brittany, France.”, Ethics in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises. Dordrecht ; New York : Springer Verlag, 2011.

Presentations of Refereed Papers

International

  • Hudson, Sarah, Gonzalez Helena, and C Claasen. (2016, July). Legitimacy, organizational nepotism and employee affective commitment. 32nd EGOS Colloquium Organizing in the Shadow of Power, Naples, Italy.
  • Palmer, Adrian (2012). Determining the development and sustainability of online communities. International Days of Statistics and Economics at VŠE. Prague, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Palmer, Adrian (2011). Critical Mass as an Antecedent to Stability in Online Communities. International Days of Statistics and Economics at VŠE. Prague, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Smith, Jamie (2008, March). Assessing Competitive Intelligence in a Non-profit Organisation. ATELIS CEGE-ISEG, Lisbon, Portugal.