L’innovation technologique à l’heure de l’anthropocène

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Aurélien Acquier, professeur en Stratégie, Organisations et Société à ESCP Business School, revient sur les articles qu’il a publiés sur le sujet de l’anthropocène.


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It seems that the virtues of entrepreneurial education are universally acknowledged... But what is it really like? In other words, what are the collective imaginary representations associated with entrepreneurship education (EE) in France by its various stakeholders (teachers, students, researchers, entrepreneurs, coaches, school or university managers)? Our two-phase research, one qualitative, the other quantitative, has shown that the social imaginary of EE revolves around a utopian representational core.
VERZAT Caroline - ESCP Business School |
What are the impacts of digital transformations on the HR function? Has digitalization changed the repartition of activities between HR professionals and the proximity managers? What types of HR missions/activities/tools will be digitalized in the future? To deepen these questions, an ambitious survey involving HR managers from BNP Paribas and Safran was launched, with a specific methodology (Delphi Method). In order to shape the future of the HR function more precisely, it is vital to better understand how HR professionals view themselves, their roles and their positions. This joint initiative of the chairs "Reinventing work" and "Une Usine pour le Futur" aims at understanding the future of digitalization for HR and HR managers today, but also tomorrow.
GALINDO Géraldine - ESCP Business School |
LEON Emmanuelle - ESCP Business School |
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RAUCH Sophie - ESCP Business School |
Workplace flexibility has grown increasingly popular for years and even more so since the outbreak of the pandemic. However, research results regarding the influence of flexible working on employee well-being are inconclusive. This is partly due to studies overlooking that flexible working is embedded in the way work is conducted and that it is ambivalent. Indeed, flexibility is sometimes experienced as a perk given by the organization, that may allow the employee to go to the doctor in the middle of the day. Other times it is experienced as a contribution the employee makes towards their organization, for example by working late to meet clients demands. Thus, individual experiences of flexibility may vary a lot. In any case, employees can have an active role in the construction and interpretation of flexibility. This project aims to investigate dynamic and idiosyncratic employee experiences of flexible working and how such experiences are connected to their well-being.
PEREZ Diana - ESCP Business School |
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