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La gouvernance des Dominicains au-delà des théories établies - Dominican governance beyond established theories


  • Peter Wirtz

    () (Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, Centre Magellan, associé au Fargo)

  • Odile Paulus

    (EM Strasboug Business School)

  • Patrice Charlier

    (EM Strasboug Business School)


(VF)Comment peut-on caractériser le système de gouvernance typique d'un couvent dominicain ? Quels sont ses mécanismes et ses modes de fonctionnement ? Comment la gouvernance spécifique des dominicains influence-t-elle la prise de décision concernant les différentes activités du couvent ? Les informations collectées proviennent de l'analyse de la littérature, des constitutions de l'ordre dominicain et d'une série d'entretiens conduits auprès d'un échantillon de frères d'un même couvent (7 entretiens), ainsi que d'autres interlocuteurs de la famille dominicaine (4 entretiens). Les résultats ont des implications potentielles pour la réflexion en matière de gouvernance des organisations, bien au-delà des organismes religieux.(VA)What is the typical governance system of a Dominican convent? What are its distinctive mechanisms and their working mode? How does this specific governance system influence decision making? We analyzed the literature on the order of preachers and conducted a series of interviews with friars from a convent (7) and close friends of the Dominican family (4). The results have potentially far reaching implications beyond the governance religious orders.

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  • Peter Wirtz & Odile Paulus & Patrice Charlier, 2012. "La gouvernance des Dominicains au-delà des théories établies - Dominican governance beyond established theories," Working Papers CREGO 1120501, Université de Bourgogne - CREGO EA7317 Centre de recherches en gestion des organisations.
  • Handle: RePEc:dij:wpfarg:1120501

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    gouvernance; dominicains; approche cognitive; personnalité; governance; Dominicans; cognitive approach; personnality.;

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    • G30 - Financial Economics - - Corporate Finance and Governance - - - General

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