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Recurrent Attempts to Renovate Management ControlRevisited through a Simons' Perspective

  • Nicolas Berland

    (IAE Poitiers)

  • Jean-Pierre Ponssard

    (CECO - Laboratoire d'econometrie de l'école polytechnique - CNRS : UMR7657 - Polytechnique - X)

  • Olivier Saulpic

    (ESCP-EAP)

On propose de caractériser un système de pilotage et de contrôle à partir de trois dimensions: l'implication des managers, la spécificité des outils, la relation avec le système d'incitation. Cette caractérisation constitue une extension directe de la typologie introduite par Simons (1995) pour distinguer entre contrôle interactif et contrôle diagnostic. Les tentatives récurrentes pour rénover le contrôle de gestion suite aux critiques sévères formulées par Kaplan et Johnson (1987) sont alors re-examinées. Les approches du type contrôle stratégique ou le management par la valeur apparaissent respectivement comme représentatives soit du contrôle interactif soit du contrôle diagnostic. Le cadre proposé permet de bien rendre compte des forces et faiblesses de ce type d'approches toujours très en vogue auprès des entreprises.

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