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L’impact de l’énergie relationnelle sur la trajectoire historique. Bilan 2007- 2013 des études d’un cluster

  • Dorota Leszczynska

A l’issue de ma thèse, j’ai réalisé un ensemble de travaux de recherche et de publication (Lesca et Leszczynska, 2007; Leszczynska, 2007, 2010, 2013) sur les liens entre les connaissances tacites et le management. L’inadaptation croissante des systèmes de gestion traditionnels par rapport aux transformations actuelles du capitalisme (comme, par exemple, la concurrence accrue, ou l’intensité de l’implantation des technologies de l’information et de communication) ont incliné mes recherches initiales vers une réflexion sur le management des interrelations de travail.En effet, les développements concernant le management des relations de travail (Steers et al, 2004) se sont préoccupés dans les années 2000 d’adapter les théories existantes aux contextes de travail changeants. Ainsi, un nouveau paradigme en théories de management a émergé ces dernières années autour des travaux de gestionnaires prenant en compte les dimensions émotionnelles des relations de travail (Barsade et al, 2003 ; Seo et al, 2004). La notion de "l’expérience affective", longtemps rejetée en sciences de gestion, est à présent admise dans les recherches en management.

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Paper provided by Department of Research, Ipag Business School in its series Working Papers with number 2014-277.

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Length: 14 pages
Date of creation: 29 Apr 2014
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Handle: RePEc:ipg:wpaper:2014-277
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