La veille vue comme un système cybernétique
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- Masoud Yasai-Ardekani & Paul C. Nystrom, 1996. "Designs for Environmental Scanning Systems: Tests of a Contingency Theory," Management Science, INFORMS, vol. 42(2), pages 187-204, February.
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- Nicolas Lesca & Marie-Laurence Caron-Fasan & Edison Loza Aguirre & Marie-Christine Chalus-Sauvannet, 2015.
"Drivers and barriers to pre-adoption of strategic scanning information systems in the context of sustainable supply chain
[Motivations et freins à la pré-adoption d'un système d'information de veil," Post-Print halshs-01337216, HAL.
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Keywordsveille; processus; système cybernétique; état de l’art; scanning; process; cybernetic system; review.;
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