La danse générative des mondes au sein de l'entreprise-réseau : figures de la coordination du processus de conception de produits
The advent of an innovative based capitalism requires to develop new categories of analysis. Confronted with an "ontological uncertainty", the actors / designers of the network have to face a challenge of a new kind : they have to use social, technical and economic instruments to go from "possible worlds" to the "real world". In this article, we advance that such a "generative dance" have to be decomposed into three main steps to be efficient : populating the worlds, fostering generative relationships and framing the transactions.
|Date of creation:||2008|
|Publication status:||Published in Management International, Management International, 2008, 13 (1), pp.45-60|
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