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La Praxis De Responsabiliteì Comme Management D'Action- Rupture-Apprentissage, Gouvernance Deì Mocratique Et Performance Des Entreprises


  • RUS, Helene


The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate that the responsibility praxis forged through the Aristotelians notions of mediety/mediation is a requisite paradigm of sustainable development and corporate social responsibility (CSR). Not only because this paradigm provides the appropriate and efficient tools to operationalize the sustainable development core principles such as common good and human development, but also because it entails a permanent exercise of action-rupture-learning and a process of deconstruction/reconstruction of the modes of thought and action, management and government. The strategic, cultural and structural incorporation of the praxis responsibility paradigm into the managerial practices improves the global performance and a legitimate, democratic and efficient governance of the firms, considered as the main sustainable development actors-constructors.

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  • RUS, Helene, 2010. "La Praxis De Responsabiliteì Comme Management D'Action- Rupture-Apprentissage, Gouvernance Deì Mocratique Et Performance Des Entreprises," Romanian Distribution Committee Magazine, Romanian Distribution Committee, vol. 1(2), pages 29-51, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:rdc:journl:v:1:y:2010:i:1:p:29-51

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