The Organizational Information System (OIS), object and medium of learning (In French)
Is it possible to consider that the Organizational Information System (OIS) allows to articulate individual and organizational dynamics of learning ? Our aim is to answer the central question, in economics, of the cognitive transfers between the individual and the organization as a collective action build-up. From this point of view, the OIS considered as a collective artefact making it possible to store, communicate and treat the results of the learning processes is registered in a dialectics collective memory (stock) / individual memorization (communication, data processing). Therefore, within the framework of the interindividual coordination through the double relation ; with the technical implement and the community of practice we can show that technico-organizational trajectories can structure themselves. Such dynamics take their meaning around a selective appropriation of knowledge and technologies by the members of the organization and in the production and the reproduction of the social structures via a situated mobilization of the rules and resources, in action.
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