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Avec cette nouvelle méthode de management, nous serons plus performants !

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  • Anne Pezet

    () (DRM - Dauphine Recherches en Management - Université Paris-Dauphine - CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)

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Les entreprises, et aujourd'hui bien d'autres domaines de la société (les administrations, les associations, etc.), sont soumis à un impératif de performance ou, à tout le moins, de bonne gestion. Ce qu'est la performance tout autant que ses effets sur les hommes et les organisations reste un objet de débats animés : performance financière, sociale ou environnementale ?, individuelle ou collective ?, facteur de motivation ou cause de stress ? La recherche de la performance ne fait pas l'unanimité. Mais, sous le débat « idéologique » récurrent, des objets invisibles oeuvrent et matérialisent la performance, sous des formes souvent bien déterminées, en toute neutralité et en toute légitimité. Les méthodes de management sont en effet le gage de l'efficacité et, comme toute technique considérée de prime abord, elles apparaissent comme insignifiantes.

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  • Anne Pezet, 2010. "Avec cette nouvelle méthode de management, nous serons plus performants !," Post-Print halshs-00498703, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:halshs-00498703
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    dispositifs de management; effets; performance;

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