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La gestion par les competences dans la fonction publique federale: une gestion post-tayloriste? a-t-elle des chances de reussir?

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  • Bellemare, G.
  • Bouchard, C.-D.
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    Cet article presente les resultats d'une enquete realisee aupres d'une agence federale innovatrice du gouvernement federal. Cette agence a implante un projet pilote de definition des profils de competence, premier element d'un projet plus large devant mener a une gestion par les competences. Cette activite de l'agence s'inscrit dans un programme elabore par le Centre de psychologie de la Commission de la fonction publique canadienne visant a substituer la gestion par postes par une gestion par les competences. Dans sa conception, ce programme peut constituer un alternative au paradigme taylorien-fordien de gestion du personnel de la fonction publique, faisant suite a de nombreuses critiques formulees a l'egard de ce paradigme.

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    Paper provided by Quebec a Hull - Relations industrielles in its series Papers with number 2000-3.

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    Length: 14 pages
    Date of creation: 2000
    Handle: RePEc:fth:uqahri:2000-3
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    Canada; Universite du Quebec a Hull. Departement des relations industrielles, Pavillon Lucien-Brault. 101, rue St-Jean Bosco. Case postale 1250, Succursale B. Hull, Qc, Canada J8X 3X7

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