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Les jeux de la distance et de la proximité :

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  • Amélie Notais

    (ESG Management School - ESG Management School)

  • Véronique Perret

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    (DRM - Dauphine Recherches en Management - CNRS : UMR7088 - Université Paris IX - Paris Dauphine)

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    La mobilité professionnelle n'est pas un phénomène anodin et banal. Elle demeure, dans bien des situations, malgré les valeurs et les pratiques de notre société contemporaine, une 'aventure' individuelle. Cependant, la recherche en management nous apporte peu de clés pour déchiffrer et comprendre, à un niveau individuel, ce qui se passe dans ces situations de plus en plus récurrentes qui jalonnent le parcours professionnel du salarié. Cet article se donne cet objectif. A partir d'un design qualitatif longitudinal, basé sur les récits de pratiques de trois salariés d'une entreprise de haute technologie, cette contribution propose une analyse des représentations et du vécu du parcours de mobilité de ces acteurs à partir des notions de distance et de proximité. La grille de lecture adoptée dans ce travail permet d'explorer la complexité de ce processus et de proposer une définition spatiale du parcours de mobilité et des stratégies individuelles qui s'y déploient. L'investigation menée permet finalement d'envisager un programme de recherche transversal autour d'une conception " des jeux d'échelles " de la proximité et de la distance que l'approche spatiale des problématiques organisationnelles nous invite à adopter.

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    Date of creation: 2011
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    Publication status: Published - Presented, 5ème atelier du groupe thématique AIMS "Stratégies, Espaces et Territoires", 2011, Sceaux, France
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    Keywords: Distance; Espace; Mobilité; Proximité; Stratégie spatiale.;

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    1. Andre Torre, 2008. "On the Role Played by Temporary Geographical Proximity in Knowledge Transmission," Regional Studies, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 42(6), pages 869-889.
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