Associate Professor
Ph.D. in Management - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Research Director
Track: Management of Information Systems
LEM Member
  • 2006 : Ph.D. in Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
  • 1999 : Master, Management Sciences, Organizational Behaviour, Instituto Superior de Psicologia Applicada, Portugal
  • 1997 : Bachelor, Business Administration, Business, Catholic University of Portugal, Portugal
Professional Experiences
Academic Experience
  • 2017 - present, Director of Research, IÉSEG School of Management, , France
  • 2016 - present, Professor, IÉSEG School of Management, , France
  • 2013 - 2016, Head of the Institute for Research and Doctoral Studies, Universidade Europeia, Lisbon, Portugal
  • 2012 - 2016, Professor, Universidade Europeia, Lisbon, Portugal
  • 2011 - 2012, Professor, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal
  • 2005 - 2011, Professor, Nova School of Business and Economics, Lisbon, Portugal
Published Papers in Refereed Journals
  • Vieira da Cunha J., Carugati A., (2018). Transfiguration work and the system of transfiguration: How employees represent and misrepresent their work, MIS Quarterly, 42 (3) 873-894.
  • den Nieuwenboer Niki, Vieira da Cunha J., Trevino Linda, (2017). Middle Managers and Corruptive Routine Translation: The Social Production of Deceptive Performance, Organization Science, 28 (5) 781–803.
  • Vieira da Cunha J., Carugati A., Leclercq-Vandelannoitte A., (2015). The dark side of computer-mediated control, Information Systems Journal, 25 (4) 319-354.
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  • Vieira da Cunha J., (2013). A dramaturgical model of the production of performance data, MIS Quarterly, 37 (3) 723-748.
  • Vieira da Cunha J., (2013). A distributed model of the structuration of information technology in organizations, Management Research: Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, 11 (3) 330-351.
  • Smith P, Vieira da Cunha J., Giangreco A., Vasilaki A., Carugati A., (2013). The threat of dis-identification for HR practices: An ethnographic study of a merger, European Management Journal, 31 (3) 308-321.
  • Vieira da Cunha J., (2011). Challenges for young management scholars in Iberia and Latin America, Management Research: Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, 9 (1) 79-87.
  • Pina e Cunha M., Vieira da Cunha J., Dahab Sônia, (2010). Yin-yang : A dialectical approach to total quality management, Total Quality Management, 13 (6) 843-853.
  • Vieira da Cunha J., Pina e Cunha Miguel, (2010). Organizational improvisation: change or stability?, Management Research: Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, 8 (2) 81-100.
  • Pina e Cunha Miguel, Rego A., Vieira da Cunha J., (2008). Ecocentric management: an update, Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 15 (6) 311–321.
  • Vieira da Cunha J., Orlikowski W, (2008). Performing catharsis: The use of online discussion forums in organizational change, Information and Organization, 18 (2) 132-156.
  • Pina e Cunha Miguel, Vieira da Cunha J., (2006). Towards a complexity theory of strategy, Management Decision, 44 (7) 839-850.
  • Crossan Mary, Pina e Cunha Miguel, Vera Dusya , Vieira da Cunha J., (2005). Time and organizational improvisation, Academy of Management Review, 38 (1) 129-145.
  • Pina e Cunha Miguel, Kamoche Ken, Marziliano Nicola, Vieira da Cunha J., (2004). Minimal Network : A Contribution to the Understanding of Control in Trust-Based Organizations, International Studies of Management and Organization, 33 (4) 94-120.
  • Pina e Cunha Miguel, Vieira da Cunha J., Cabral-Cardoso Carlos, (2004). Looking for complication: Four approaches to management education, Journal of Management Education, 28 (1) 88-103.
  • Pina E. Cunha Miguel, Vieira da Cunha J., (2003). Organizational improvisation and change: two syntheses and a filled gap, Journal of Organizational Change Management, 16 (2) 169-185.
  • Vieira da Cunha J., Kamoche Ken, Cunha Miguel Pina e, (2003). Towards a Theory of Organizational Improvisation: Looking Beyond the Jazz Metaphor, Journal of Management Studies, 40 (8) 2023-2051.
  • Clegg Stewart R., Vieira da Cunha J., Pina e Cunha M., (2002). Management Paradoxes: A Relational View, Human Relations, 55 (5) 483-503.
Research field
  • Leadership in the digital age
Bachelor in International Business :
  • Management of information systems
Grande Ecole Program:
  • Management of information systems
  • Leadership in the digital age