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Refaire de la stratégie?

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  • Alain Desreumaux


    (Université de Lille 1)

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    (VF)La recherche en stratégie, dont la vitalité, l’éclectisme des référentiels théoriques et la variété des questions traitées sont manifestes, a contribué à faire du management stratégique un champ académique bien institutionnalisé et reconnu.Le caractère foisonnant de ce champ peut être considéré comme une richesse et un signe d’ouverture. Mais cela ne va pas sans certaines dérives académiques et sans une forte dépendance vis-à-vis d’autres disciplines, qui jouent au détriment d’une image claire et de la formulation d’un projet fondamental.Pour nous, ce projet doit s’attacher aux fondements et aux modalités de construction et de déploiement de l’action collective que les choix stratégiques et organisationnels des entreprises (et, plus largement, des organisations) expriment, et aux enjeux essentiels, économiques, sociaux et sociétaux, qui leur sont associés.S’inscrire dans cette perspective, c’est en un sens revenir aux questions fondamentales de la stratégie.(VA)Strategy research features its vitality, the variety of its theoretical foundations, and the diversity of the questions studied. It has largely contributed to make strategic management a well institutionalized and recognized academic discipline.The abounding nature of this field can be considered as a wealth and a mark of openness. But it frequently comes at the expense of academic drift, strong dependence on other disciplines, and a lack of a clear image and some formulation of a fundamental project.Such a project should consider the foundations and the modalities of the construction and deployment of collective action which are expressed by the strategic and organizational choices of firms (and organizations in general). It should also account for the essential economic, social and societal stakes which are associated with them.To join this perspective, is, in a sense, a return to the fundamental questions of strategy.

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    Volume (Year): 11 (2008)
    Issue (Month): Special (June)
    Pages: 67-107

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    Handle: RePEc:dij:revfcs:v:11:y:2008:i:q2:p:67-107
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