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Stratégies d'entreprise et communautés sociales de production


  • Renaud Sainsaulieu


[fre] Stratégies d'entreprise et communautés sociales de production Les entreprises traversent actuellement de difficiles problèmes de changement social pour mieux gérer les mutations économiques et technologiques de l'époque : c'est ainsi que la gestion des ressources humaines rencontre la dimension sociale des rapports de travail. Les travaux de recherche sociologi­que permettent de cerner la réalité culturelle et collective de la structure sociale de l'entreprise. S'agit-il de communautés, de forces antagonistes ou de groupes identitaires ? Dans quelle mesure le caractère systémique de ces relations est-il partie prenante des stratégies de développement ? Telles sont les questions auxquelles cet article propose des réponses. [eng] Companies are presently experiencing difficult social problems in managing economic and technological change this is the point where the management of human reresources and the social dimension of work relations come together. Sociologica research allows us to grasp the cultural and collective reality of the social structure. Is it question of communities of antagonistic forces or of identity groups? To what extent does the systemic character of these relations form part of development strategies? These are the questions this article addresses.

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  • Renaud Sainsaulieu, 1988. "Stratégies d'entreprise et communautés sociales de production," Revue Économique, Programme National Persée, vol. 39(1), pages 155-174.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:reveco:reco_0035-2764_1988_num_39_1_409051

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    1. Roger Frydman, 1992. "Le territoire de l'économiste : marché et société marchande," Revue Économique, Programme National Persée, vol. 43(1), pages 5-30.

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