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Mastering Hidden Costs and Socio-Economic Performance

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  • Henri Savall

    () (ISEOR - Institut de Socio-économie des Entreprises et des ORganisations - Institut de socio-économie des entreprises et des organisations)

  • Véronique Zardet

    () (ISEOR - Institut de Socio-économie des Entreprises et des ORganisations - Institut de socio-économie des entreprises et des organisations)

Abstract

Cet ouvrage est le premier de la série Research in Management Consulting. La recherche et la construction de théories sur le conseil en gestion ont crû rapidement au cours des dernières années. Cette série est consacrée aux dernières recherches et réflexions des chercheurs universitaires et des praticiens dans ce domaine. La complexité et l'incertitude dans le monde des affaires actuel incitent un nombre croissant d'organisations à but lucratif et non lucratif à rechercher des conseils et des solutions pour soutenir leurs efforts de changement. Les intervenants internes et externes ainsi que les agents chargés du changement dans les organisations sont de plus en plus sollicités pour conduire des actions dans les organisations. De plus, les consultants sont généralement sollicités pour fournir des conseils et donner des idées nouvelles sur la mise en œuvre de solutions adaptées aux besoins de leurs clients et des organisations...

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  • Henri Savall & Véronique Zardet, 2008. "Mastering Hidden Costs and Socio-Economic Performance," Post-Print halshs-00779936, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:halshs-00779936
    Note: View the original document on HAL open archive server: https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00779936
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