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Chiocchio, François

Chiocchio, François

Associate Professor
Montfort Research Chair in the Organization of Health Services
B.A. (UdeM), B.Sc. (UdeM), M.Sc. (UdeM), Ph.D. (UdeM)
Location
DMS 5145
Telephone
613-562-5800 x 8840
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Biography

François Chiocchio is Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management at University of Ottawa's Telfer School of Management. He received his PhD in psychology from Université de Montréal in 2002. His research focuses on projects, teamwork, and collaboration in various organizational environments, include ng health care organizations in Canada and Africa. He has published books titled Stress and Performance in Health Care Project Teams (PMI), Advancing Human Resource Project Management (Wiley) and will publish The and Management of Project Teams (Oxford University Press) in 2015. His research has appeared in peer-reviewed journals (e.g., Project Management Journal, the International Journal of Project Management, Journal of Vocational Behavior, and Small Group Research). He is Departmental Editor for the Project Management Journal's "Individuals and Teams in the Realm of Projects" section. Measure and assessment specialist, he developed several instruments for selection purposes or that provide feedback on competency development; work for which he was praised with national (i.e., Canada) and provincial (i.e., Québec) awards. He was awarded major funding from Tri-Council agencies and the Project Management Institute. He received a prestigious award - the Prize of the Ministry of Education - for his collaborative web platform designed to help student teams communicate and manage their projects. Dr. Chiocchio also has strong management experience that stems from managing his consulting firm and having worked in the Canadian federal public service as a project manager. He is Administrator on the Board of Directors of Montfort Renaissance Inc. These various achievements have made him one of the only academics specialized in industrial-organizational psychology certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP)® by the Project Management Institute and as a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) by the Canadian Council of Human Resources Associations.

PMP is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Research Areas
  • Teamwork and interprofessional collaboration; Implementation and change management projects
Teaching Areas
  • Teamwork; Selection

Publications during the last 7 years

Books

  • Chiocchio, F., Kelloway, E.K. and Hobbs, B. The Psychology and Management of Project Teams. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.
  • Klimoski, R., Dugan, B., Messikomer, C. and Chiocchio, F. Advancing Human Resource Project Management. Wiley, 2014.
  • Chiocchio, F., Lebel,P., Therriault, P.Y., Boucher, A., Hass, C., Rabbat, F.X. and Bouchard, J. Stress and Performance in Health Care Project Teams. Project Management Institute. Project Management Institute, 2012.

Chapters in Books

  • Chiocchio, F. and Hausdorf, P.A. The Four C's of Human Resource Project Teams: Context, Configuration, Cycles, and Challenges. In Klimoski, R., Dugan, B., Messikomer, C. and Chiocchio, F.. Advancing Human Resource Project Management. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2015.
  • Chiocchio, F., Messikomer, C. and Dagenais, C. Knowledge management in the project context: What it means for HR projects. In Klimoski, R., Dugan, B., Messikomer, C. and Chiocchio, F.. Advancing Human Resource Project Management. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2015.
  • Chiocchio, F. Defining project teams: A review of conceptual underpinnings. In Chiocchio, F., Kelloway, E.K. and Hobbs, B.. The Psychology and Management of Project Teams. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.
  • Hobbs, B., Chiocchio, F. and Kelloway, E.K. The importance of projects and the need for an interdisciplinary perspective. In Chiocchio, F., Kelloway, E.K. and Hobbs, B.. The Psychology and Management of Project Teams. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.
  • Tremblay, I., Lee, H., Chiocchio, F. and Meyer, J.P. Identification and commitment in project teams. In Chiocchio, F., Kelloway, E.K. and Hobbs, B.. The Psychology and Management of Project Teams. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.
  • Chiocchio, F., Kelloway, E.K. and Hobbs, B. The future of project teams: A research agenda. In Chiocchio, F., Kelloway, E.K. and Hobbs, B.. The Psychology and Management of Project Teams. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.
  • Chiocchio, F. and Richer, M.C. From multiprofessional to transprofessional health care teams: The critical role of innovation projects . In Gurtner, S. and Soyez, K.. Challenges and Opportunities in Health Care Management. Boston, MA, USA : Springer, 2015.
  • Klimoski, R., Dugan, B., Messikomer, C. and Chiocchio, F. HR project cases, fundamentals and applications: Lessons learned and other advancements. In Klimoski, B., Dugan, C., Messikomer, C. and Chiocchio, F.. Advancing Human Resource Project Management. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2015.
  • Klimoski, R., Dugan, B., Messikomer, C. and Chiocchio, F. Advancing human resource project management. In Klimoski, R., Dugan, B., Messikomer, C. and Chiocchio, F.. Advancing Human Resource Project Management. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2015.

Papers in Refereed Journals

  • Torres, S., Richard, L., Guichard, A., Chiocchio, F., Litvak, E. and Beaudet, N. 2017. Professional development programs in health promotion: Tools and processes that favour new practices. Health Promotion International, 32(3): 587-598.
  • Gagnon, J., Rochat, L., Messier, F., Chiocchio, F., Sordes, C., Beaulieu, J. and Fortin-Langelier, E. 2017. Développement et validation d'une tâche pour dépister le risque de présenter des comportements inappropriés socialement suite à un traumatisme craniocérébral: la tâche de décision sociale . Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 49(2): 100-111.
  • Markon, M.P., Bamvita, J.M., Chiocchio, F. and Fleury, M.J. 2017. Profiles of mental health care professionals based on work role performance. Psychiatric Quarterly, 88(4): 827-838.
  • Forgues, D., Chiocchio, F., Lavallée, A. and Laberge, V. 2017. Performance de la conception intégrée et intégration des technologies de l’information dans un contexte de travail multidisciplinaire: une étude exploratoire. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 44(2017): 129–137 .
  • Markon, M.P., Chiocchio, F. and Fleury, M.J. 2017. Modelling the effect of perceived interdependence among mental healthcare professionals on their work role performance. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 31(4): 520-528.
  • Fleury, M.J., Grenier, G., Bamvita, J.M. and Chiocchio, F. 2017. Variables associated with work performance in multidisciplinary mental health teams. Sage Open Medicine, 5: 1-12.
  • Richard, L., Chiocchio, F., Morales Hudson, A., Fortin-Pellerin, L., Litvak, É. and Beaudet, N. 2017. Organizational Knowledge Creation in the Context of a Professional Development Program. Pedagogy in Health Promotion.
  • Tremblay, M.C., Richard, L., Brousselle, A. and Chiocchio, F. 2017. Collaborative Learning Processes in the Context of a Public Health Professional Development Program: A Case Study. Studies in Continuing Education, 39(1): 87-106.
  • Bonaccio, S., O'Reilly, J., O'Sullivan, S.L. and Chiocchio, F. 2016. Nonverbal Behavior in the Workplace-A Review and an Agenda for Research. Journal of Management, 42(5): 1044-1074 .
  • Chiocchio, F., Lebel, P. and Dubé, J.N. 2016. Informational role self-efficacy: a validation in interprofessional collaboration contexts involving healthcare service and project teams. BMC Health Services Research, 16(1): 1-7.
  • Ridde, V., Hunt, M., Dagenais, C., Agier, I., Chiocchio, F. and Somé, P.A. 2016. Une politique concernant les données issues d'un programme de recherches interventionnelles en santé mondiale. Bioéthique Online, 5(9): 1-34.
  • Gervais, M.J., Marion, C., Dagenais, C., Chiocchio, F. and Houlfort, N. 2016. Dealing with the complexity of evaluating knowledge transfer strategies: guiding principles for developing valid instruments. Research Evaluation, 25(1): 62-69.
  • Chiocchio, F. 2015. The need for conceptual and empirical development on atypical projects. Journal of Project Organization and Management, 7(3): 203-205.
  • Richard, L., Torres, S., Tremblay, M.C., Chiocchio, F., Litvak, E. and Beaudet, N. 2015. An analysis of the adaptability of a professional development program in public health: results from the ALPS Study. BMC Health Services Research. BMC Health Services Research, 15(1): 233-246.
  • Chiocchio, F., Rabbat, F.X. and Lebel, P. 2015. Multi-level efficacy evidence of a combined interprofessional collaboration and project management training program for healthcare project teams. Project Management Journal, 46(4): 20-34.
  • Richard, L., Chiocchio, F., Essiembre, H., Tremblay, M.C., Lamy, G., Champagne, F. and Beaudet, N. 2014. Communities of Practice as a Professional and Organizational Development Strategy in Local Public Health Organizations in Québec, Canada: An Evaluation Model. Healthcare Policy. Healthcare Policy/Politiques de Santé, 9(3): 26-39.
  • Jelley, B., Bonaccio, S. and Chiocchio, F. 2014. Educating Industrial-Organizational Psychologists for Science and Practice: A Canadian Perspective. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 7(1): 51-54.
  • Robillard, P.N., Lavallée, M., Ton-That, Y. and Chiocchio, F. 2014. Taxonomy for software teamwork measurement. Journal of Software: Evolution and Process, 26(10): 910-922.
  • Forgues, D. and Chiocchio, F. 2014. Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries in Building Integrated Design Using Collective Objects. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Communication, 7(4): 1-12.
  • Chiocchio, F. and Hobbs, B. 2014. The difficult but necessary task of developing a specific project team research agenda. Project Management Journal, 45(6): 7-16.
  • Bonaccio, S., Chiocchio, F., Forget, C., Foucher, C., Kelloway, E.K. and O'Neill, T.A. 2013. Bridging Divides in Industrial and Organisational Psychology in Canada: An Action-Oriented Collaborative Framework. Canadian Psychology, 54(4): 213-222.
  • Grenier, S., Chiocchio, F. and Beaulieu, G. 2012. Évaluation du rendement et motivation au travail : Propositions de recherche pour une rétroaction sur le rendement qui favorise la satisfaction des besoins psychologiques fondamentaux. Management International, 16(4): 169-179.
  • Houle, L., Chiocchio, F., Favreau, O. and Villeneuve, M. 2012. Role conflict and self-efficacy among employed parents: Examining complex statistical interactions. Gender, Work & Organization, 19(6): 592-614.
  • Chiocchio, F., Grenier, S., O'Neill, T.A., Savaria, K. and Wilms, J.D. 2012. The effects of collaboration on performance: A multilevel validation in project teams. International Journal of Project Organization & Management, 4(1): 1-7.
  • Chiocchio, F., Forgues, D., Paradis, D. and Iordanova, I. 2011. Teamwork in integrated design projects: Understanding the effects of trust, conflict, and collaboration on performance. Project Management Journal, 42(6): 78-91.

Invited Contributions and/or Technical Reports

  • Chiocchio, F. 2015. "The importance of healthcare project teams in managing innovation and change.", Ottawa, ON, Canada, April.
  • Chiocchio, F. 2015. "Project Team Research: A Structured Agenda", Oslo, Norway, May.
  • Chiocchio, F. 2015. "Project Team Research: A Structured Agenda", Washington, VA, n/a.
  • Chiocchio, F., Richer, M.C., Freeman, C., Lefebvre, P., Marchionni, C., Ébacher, A. and Collard, R. 2014. "MANUEL DU FORMATEUR: Collaboration dans les projets interprofessionnels du milieu de la santé - Une recherche-action", Canada: École de gestion Telfer - Centre Hospitalier Universitaire McGill., Montréal, QC, n/a, 92 pages.
  • Chiocchio, F. 2012. "Recommandations concernant les rôles respectifs de la Commission de la fonction publique de Montréal et du Service du capital humain", Université de Montréal, n/a, 24 pages.
  • Chiocchio, F. 2012. "Indicateurs pertinents à la collaboration dans le milieu de la santé - Cadre conceptuel et inventaire de mesures", Université de Montréal, n/a, 81 pages.

Funded Research during the last 7 years

Funded Research during the last 7 years
From-To Source Title * ** Role Amount
2017-2022 Institut du Savoir Montfort Research Chair R F PI $ 250,000
2016-2019 SSHRC The Intersection of Teamwork, Culture, and Technology: Enhancing Soft Skill Development in Post-Secondary Education through Student-Centered Feedback R C Co-I $ 465,000
2016-2018 University of Ottawa Managing Scientific Research Projects and Programs: A Research Proposal R I PI $ 37,500
2015-2020 Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada; International Development Research Center; Global Health Research Initiative; Canadian Institutes of Health Research Reduce maternal and neonatal mortality at the scale of a region, using an integrated approach to the management of pregnancy and childbirth. Joint Project Senegal, Bénin, Canada (SBC). (Project awarded but later cancelled by source) R C Co-PI $ 1,000,000
2015-2020 Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada; International Development Research Center; Global Health Research Initiative; Canadian Institutes of Health Research Results-Based Financing and Equity in Maternal and Child Health in Mali and Burkina Faso (The effects of the RBF on motivation and teamwork) R C Co-PI $ 1,000,000
2014-2017 School of Management Research Fund (SMRF) Project Leadership and Teamwork in High Power Distance Matrix Structures: The Case of African Science Projects R I PI $ 6,000
2014-2016 McGill University Health Centre Project Management and Trans-Professional Collaboration Training R O PI $ 10,000
2014-2015 Institut de recherche de l'Hôpital Montfort Project Management Training in Hospital Settings: Towards a Trans-Professional Change R O PI $ 14,788
2013-2015 Telfer School of Management Cluster Program, University of Ottawa Executive Presence: In Search of an Elusive Leadership Trait R I Co-PI $ 20,000
2013-2015 Telfer School of Management Research Fund (SMRF) Is It Best to Have It All: Cognitive, Emotional and Behavioral Consequences of Conflicting Expert Advice on Decision Makers R I Collaborator $ 16,000
2013-2014 Center for Interdisciplinary Research for Greater Montreal Validation écologique d'une tâche objective mesurant les comportements inappropriés socialement suite à un traumatisme cranio-cérébral: Social Responding Task-2 R F Co-PI $ 11,080
2012-2016 FRQSC Transfer of knowledge from social science research: strategies, processes, and effects R C Co-PI $ 650,000
2012-2015 CHRI Research and community interventions for equitable health in Burkina Faso R C Co-PI $ 1,250,000
2011-2014 FRQSC Assessment of the mental health care reform: Integration and performance of clinical teams R C PI $ 715,000
2011-2014 CHRI Health promotion Labs as a professional and organizational development instrument : A case study R C Co-PI $ 345,000
2011-2013 Health Canada Health Partners R G Co-PI $ 250,000
2010-2013 SSHRC Testing demand-control theory in project environments using a multilevel longitudinal design R C PI $ 62,800
2010-2012 PMI Can collaborative skills help health care project teams attenuate the impact of stress? R O PI $ 50,000
2009-2014 SSHRC Life trajectories, addictive trajectories, and service trajectories: Understand to act R C Co-PI $ 100,000

*Purpose = C: Contract (R and D), E: Equipment Grant, R: Research Grant, S: Support Award, P: Pedagogical Grant, O: Other, U: Unknown

**Type= C: Granting Councils, G: Government, F: Foundations, I: UO Internal Funding, O: Other, U: Unknown

Role: PI = Principal Investigator, Co-I = Co-Investigator, Co-PI = Co-Principal Investigator

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