Professeur associé
  • Department Human Resources & Management
  • Areas of research International HR Management, Identity Management, International Subcontracting, International & Intercultural Management, Religion Management in Companies, Artificial Intelligence in Human Resources, The Gig Economy
  • Teaching fields HR Management, Intercultural Management, Labour Law, Organisational Behaviour


Dr. Sara Nyobe is an Associate professor of management within the Excelia Business School’s HR and management department, which she initially joined in September 2019 as an Assistant professor.
Prior to joining Excelia, Dr. Nyobe was a full-time international visiting scholar at the Robert Morris University’s School of Business (USA) (2018), an Associate professor at EM Strasbourg Business School (2015-2017), and a lecturer/research assistant, temporary lecturer and contractual PhD candidate at Aix-Marseille University (2009-2015).
Since 2014, Dr. Nyobe has held a Doctorate in Management from Aix-Marseille University, earned with the highest distinction from the examination panel and the offer of a thesis award.
Her research projects, which she has been conducting in three continents (Africa, America, Europe) primarily focus on international human resource management.


Research articles:

Nyobe, S.; Plane, J-M. (2020), "Hybrid HRM as a Framework for Handling Cultural Dominance Issues at Work", Revue de Gestion des Ressources Humaines (CNRS 2, FNEGE 2, HCERES A) (accepted for publication).

Nyobe, S. ; Baret, C. ; Oiry, E. (2016) "Modèles de management et stratégies identitaires des salariés : l'exemple des centres d'appels offshore tunisiens", Management International, Vol. 20, n° Spécial, 2016 (CNRS 3, FNEGE 2, HCERES A).

Nyobe, Sara ; Plane, Jean-Michel (2015), "Quelle GRH pour des salariés en situation de domination culturelle", Management & Avenir, (CNRS 4, FNEGE 3, HCERES B).


Donadio, Alain ; Dumas, Patrick ; Giraud, Laurent ; Godowski, Christophe ; Nyobe, Sara ; Tahar, Caroline (2017), DSCG 3. Management et contrôle de gestion : Manuel et applications. 464 pages, Vuibert.

Book chapters:

Nyobe, S., (2016), « Stratégies des salariés tunisiens face à l'injonction d'adopter une identité culturelle occidentale », in : S. Frimousse, C. Bentaleb et A. Scouarnec, Les défis du management au Maghreb : RH, RSE, Marketing, Stratégie, Entrepreneuriat, Management Prospective Editions.