Organizational Theory

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In order to understand how companies manage to favor innovative approaches in the case of mergers and acquisitions, we propose a reading of intergroup dynamics and the influence of active minorities in this process, as defined by Serge Moscovici in social psychology.
MEIER Olivier - Université Paris Est IUTSF Sénart |
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In order to understand how companies manage to favor innovative approaches in the case of mergers and acquisitions, we propose a reading of intergroup dynamics and the influence of active minorities in this process, as defined by Serge Moscovici in social psychology.
MEIER Olivier - Université Paris Est IUTSF Sénart |
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 |
Video on managerial innovation as a practical implementation of transformation, examples from major French groups - November 2017 FNEGE-PWC Conference "Organizations tomorrow: transformation of the old world or irruption of the new world? "
AUTISSIER David - IAE Gustave Eiffel |
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 |
Over the past twenty years, French research and higher education institutions have undergone profound changes under the influence of two major phenomena: project-based funding and internationalization. These phenomena have led to profound changes with significant structural impacts: autonomization and competition between institutions, the introduction of management methods derived from the business world and focused on performance and profitability, changes in personnel evaluation practices.
BOUGHZALA Imed - IMT Business School |
DUDEZERT Aurélie - IMT Business School |
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 |
Video on the tensions experienced by the manager in organizations between old and new worlds - November 2017 FNEGE-PWC Conference "Organizations tomorrow: transformation of the old world or irruption of the new world? "
BASTINANUTTI Julie - IAE Lille |
This paper presents a case study about African media executives’ e-learning training programs. African medias were long restricted to the role of broadcasting authorities’ messages. In the years 1990 and 2000, a transition process led to the liberalisation of press and the launch of private media companies. With these African private media groups, the need for middle management rapidly increased.
CAUDRON Fabrice - IAE Lille |