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Piloter les projets d’innovation au sein des pôles de compétitivité:des leviers managériaux et humains

  • Christian Defélix

    (Université Pierre Mendès France Grenoble)

  • Ingrid Mazzilli

    (Université Pierre Mendès France Grenoble)

  • Didier Retour

    (Université Pierre Mendès France Grenoble)

  • Thierry Picq

    (EM Lyon Business School)

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    (VF)Au sein des pôles de compétitivité français, des projets collaboratifs font travailler ensemble, sur une même zone géographique, des salariés de PME, de grands groupes et de laboratoires publics, autant d’acteurs relevant d’objectifs, de cultures professionnelles et de systèmes de management très différents. Cet article propose un modèle d’analyse de la collaboration dans ce contexte spécifique. L’étude comparative de deux projets en cours dans un même pôle de compétitivité, met en lumière la variété possible des situations et des pratiques de pilotage. Elle met également en évidence les besoins encore non satisfaits en la matière, ce qui nous amène à proposer des leviers managériaux et humains pour ce type de projets et de contextes jusqu’ici peu envisagés.(VA)Within French ‘poles of competitiveness’, partnering innovation projects gather professionals from small business, large companies and public laboratories belonging to the same territory. How are those innovation projects managed when the actors are so different? How are coordination and cooperation achieved in this particular context? This article proposes a conceptual frame based on networks and collaborative project management. Two projects are analyzed, belonging to the same cluster. They indicate the variety of situations and management practices, and help to point out the necessity to mobilize

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    Volume (Year): 12 (2009)
    Issue (Month): 4 (December)
    Pages: 85-113

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    1. Gilles Duranton & Philippe Martin & Thierry Mayer & Florian Mayneris, 2008. "Les pôles de compétitivité : que peut-on en attendre?," Sciences Po publications info:hdl:2441/6rdpfcd6cas, Sciences Po.
    2. Nicolas Arnaud, 2008. "Construction et management des compétences collectives dans le cadre des relations interorganisationnelles : une approche communicationnelle," Post-Print hal-00379435, HAL.
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