Une approche du travail par l'analyse des modes de coordination des actifs humains
The organization of work is analyzed through the coordinating modes of human assets. This coordination supposes heterogeneous assets. From a theorical point of view, these viewed taking into consideration their specific or generic character. This paper aims at enriching this approach by associating the concept of transferability to it. This concept tries to throw a theorical light on the new organisational rules by considering the firm under a dual dimension: allocative and creative.
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