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Unpacking Knowing Integration: A Practice-based Study in Haute Cuisine

  • Marie-Léandre Gomez

    (Accounting / Management Control Department - ESSEC Business School)

  • Isabelle Bouty

    (School of Business and Economics - University of Western Paris at Nanterre)

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    Nous proposons d'analyser l'intégration des connaissances à la source d'un avantage concurrentiel avec une approche pratique des organisations. Alors que la littérature s'est focalisée sur le transfert de connaissances et les relations entre communautés par le biais des objets frontière, nous considérons les relations intra-communauté et la façon dont les acteurs mobilisent, restructurent et créent des connaissances pour l'action. Dans une perspective pratique, la dynamique des connaissances est un phénomène situé dans un contexte social donné. Nous nous appuyons sur une phase empirique qualitative, par l'analyse de l'intégration des connaissances lors de la création de nouveaux plats au sein des équipes de cuisiniers de restaurants tri-étoilés.

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