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La GRH en temps de crise(s) ? Pour une critique praticable, ouvrir le champ des alternatives

  • Picard, Hélène
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    Alors que les sociétés contemporaines subissent les effets des crises financières, économiques et sociales, se pose plus que jamais en entreprise la question de la responsabilité du management et de sa capacité à assurer les conditions d’un travail digne et satisfaisant pour l’ensemble de la communauté des travailleurs. Cette communication part du postulat que ces mises en cause constituent pour les acteurs de la gestion des ressources humaines (GRH) une opportunité majeure de réfléchir à la construction de formes innovantes d’organisation du travail et de coordination des hommes en entreprise qui rompent avec l’orthodoxie managériale. Développant une approche performative-critique à visée propositionnelle, nous examinons les ressources dont disposent les chercheurs en GRH pour repenser l’innovation managériale et contribuer à la création d’alternatives managériales pertinentes pour l’ensemble des acteurs des organisations. Nous en tirons des pistes pour repenser nos protocoles de recherche et réévaluer les résultats sur lesquels une recherche pragmatique et responsable peut s’engager. Nous montrons que face à ces situations de crises, la recherche en GRH a un rôle clef à jouer dans l’élaboration d’une connaissance praticable, riche d’une réflexivité critique et ancrée dans le réel par l’observation approfondie d’expériences de terrain.

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    1. Tony J. Watson, 2004. "HRM and Critical Social Science Analysis," Journal of Management Studies, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 41(3), pages 447-467, 05.
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