Human Resources Management

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Created in 2013, the MANSAT Chair in Occupational Health aims to bring together a group of researchers and teachers with professionals looking to share their difficulties, but also the resources they have developed.
ABORD DE CHATILLON Emmanuel - IAE Grenoble |
In many countries in the world territoral clusters foster open innovation ; in France, the ‘poles of competitiveness’ have been playing this role since 2005, by collaborative projects able to induce innovation, business and employment.
DEFELIX Christian - IAE Grenoble |
Observation captures complex organizational phenomena in situ. The literature on this method explains the possible data collection methods but says less about the use and organization of the data collected. As a result, the question of the meaning...
ARNOUD Justine - IAE Gustave Eiffel |
PETON Hélène - IAE Gustave Eiffel |
This article reports on an unusual collaboration of nearly 50 years between a draughtsman and a military organization in charge of the protection of property and people of the Paris area, the Paris Fire Brigade. We highlight how the draughtsman and the artifact he produces, the « operational drawing », will gradually move from the status of peripheral resources to that of central resources for the organization.
DIETRICH Anne - IAE Lille |
WEPPE Xavier - IAE Lille |
Discussion spaces are often considered as occupational health prevention tools. However, their effectiveness has never been clearly demonstrated. The research we conducted allowed us to build a tool to measure the presence and impact of discussion...
ABORD DE CHATILLON Emmanuel - IAE Grenoble |
Created in June 2009 at the initiative of the University of Grenoble, the Human Capital and Innovation Chair is a tool for the exchange and development of initiatives promoting a greater contribution of human resources to technological innovations...
DEFELIX Christian - IAE Grenoble |
The pragmatist approach favours a vision of organisations centred on collective action rather than on information processing. It radically challenges the dualisms inherited from rationalist approaches: thought/action, permanence/change, value/fact. Collective activity is based on the usual meanings of gestures and acts (language of habits), but by constantly exploring the situations encountered in order to experiment with renewed collective functioning (investigation).
LORINO Philippe - AUNEGE |
The pragmatist approach favours a vision of management techniques and instruments (accounting, finance, indicators, budgets and plans, human resources tools, etc.) as semiotic mediations
LORINO Philippe - AUNEGE |
In this exploratory research, we analyze how negatively perceived and forsaken resources can gradually gain value for organizations. We study the case of a human resource that most of firms used to consider as having a negative impact on performance within the business context: the individual with Asperger syndrome.
WARNIER Vanessa - IAE Lille |
The pragmatist approach favours a vision of governance - and of democratic government - whose key words are pluralism, dialogism and emergence. It criticises the 'government of experts', a conception according to which the truth of situations would be accessible to overhanging actors, capable of basing indisputable standards of action on rational representations.
LORINO Philippe - AUNEGE |