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

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A l’issue de ma thèse, j’ai réalisé un ensemble de travaux de recherche et de publication (Lesca et Leszczyńska, 2007; Leszczyńska, 2007, 2010, 2013) sur les liens entre les connaissances tacites et le management. L’inadaptation croissante des systèmes d

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  • Dorota Leszczyńska, 2014. "L’impact de l’énergie relationnelle sur la trajectoire historique. Bilan 2007- 2013 des études d’un cluster," Working Papers 2014-277, Department of Research, Ipag Business School.
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