When the Economies of Worth revisits managerial innovation - The case of Sisterhood program in Vietnam
Managerial innovation is nowadays at the heart of all attention. Few studies paid attention to the relationships that managerial innovation maintained with its environment but the representations of the environment that it integrated into its design parameters. We postulate that the mutual influences between managerial innovation and organizational context that punctuate the process of adopting managerial innovation are partly due to a more or less important gap between two representations of the environment: one of the “host” organizational context and one which constitutes the DNA of the established managerial innovation. We therefore propose to broaden the understanding of managerial innovations by integrating the analysis of these "environmental" design parameters. To do this, we mobilize a singular study, the Economies of Worth, proposed by Boltanski and Thévenot.
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|Date of creation:||28 Mar 2017|
|Publication status:||Published in 2nde Journée de l’innovation Abbé Grégoire, Mar 2017, PARIS, France. 2017|
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