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Processus de constitution des rôles managériaux dans la formation de la stratégie – une lecture ancrée dans la théorie des représentations sociales

  • F. Grazzini

    (CERAG - Centre d'études et de recherches appliquées à la gestion - CNRS : UMR5820 - Université Pierre Mendès-France - Grenoble II)

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    Plusieurs travaux de recherche récents invitent à considérer les rôles majeurs des managers dirigeants et intermédiaires au sein du processus de formation de la stratégie. Néanmoins, rares sont les travaux qui décrivent précisément et concrètement ces rôles, ainsi que les processus à travers lesquels ils se constituent. Cette communication, qui a pour objectif d'éclairer le processus de constitution des rôles managériaux dans la formation de la stratégie, s'attache tout d'abord à clarifier les différentes approches possibles du concept de rôle. Puis, une revue de littérature sur les rôles managériaux fait ressortir la nécessité, pour les chercheurs en management, d'adopter des perspectives dynamiques et intégratrices, qui prennent en compte des dimensions comportementales et sociopsychologiques. La construction d'un modèle théorique répondant aux différents besoins ainsi mis en lumière est alors proposée. Ce modèle, articulé de manière centrale autour de la théorie des représentations sociales, constitue l'aboutissement d'une première phase de recherche. Il est destiné à permettre, par la suite, une étude empirique des rôles managériaux dans le processus de formation de la stratégie

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    1. Saku Mantere, 2008. "Role Expectations and Middle Manager Strategic Agency," Journal of Management Studies, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 45(2), pages 294-316, 03.
    2. Linda Rouleau, 2005. "Micro-Practices of Strategic Sensemaking and Sensegiving: How Middle Managers Interpret and Sell Change Every Day," Journal of Management Studies, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 42(7), pages 1413-1441, November.
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