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L'innovation en question?

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  • Yvon Pesqueux

    () (LIPSOR - Laboratoire d'Innovation, Prospective Stratégique et ORganisation - Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers [CNAM])

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L'innovation est une rhétorique centrale en sciences des organisations avec ses « cartes » plus proches du sentimentalisme de la « carte du tendre » de l'Astrée que d'une analyse rationnelle, ses « bonnes formes » (dont l'inusable courbe en « S » » et le naturalisme de son déclinisme malgré les dé-maturations – le VTT pour la bicyclette, les résurrections – la trottinette, les déclins prolongés – le minitel et les éternelles émergences – la domotique ), son univocité (à ce titre, l'innovation est identifiée à la réussite) et donc ses fictions (l'innovation se rapproche alors de la science fiction). Il est également courant de parler d'une injonction à l'innovation permanente dans le monde actuel, innovation alors considérée comme étant une condition de survie, en quelque sorte... mise en scène rationalisante de l'improvisation inhérente à l'action humaine ?

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  • Yvon Pesqueux, 2010. "L'innovation en question?," Working Papers hal-00509698, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:wpaper:hal-00509698
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    innovation; organisation;

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