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Affronter l'incertitude ?. Les projets de développement à contre-courant de la « révolution du management de projet »


  • Philippe Lavigne Delville


Development projects are more and more oriented toward social and institutional change. And yet project management is becoming increasingly bureaucratized. Moreover, taking account of the uncertainty of every project and of the plurality of stakeholders, project management in industrialized countries has undergone a dramatic change, from normative methodologies toward processes of collective action building. This questions the institutional rationales of aid institutions, between contradictions in public action and contradictions in the aid system.

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  • Philippe Lavigne Delville, 2012. "Affronter l'incertitude ?. Les projets de développement à contre-courant de la « révolution du management de projet »," Revue Tiers-Monde, Armand Colin, vol. 0(3), pages 153-168.
  • Handle: RePEc:cai:rtmarc:rtm_211_0153

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