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Intervention systémique

Abstract : Systemic intervention is defined on the basis of the systems thinking framework and the related principles. This paradigm began to develop in 1950’s from various influences, including cybernetics and general systems theory. Systems thinking is both a means of interpreting social phenomena and a tool for intervention in human groups. We point out how improvement of working conditions could benefit from a systemic approach. To this end, we present a brief review of the theories, concepts and principles of systemic intervention in organization. The paper concludes with a three-phase model proposed to improve work environments.
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Virginie Althaus, Eric Brangier. Intervention systémique. Philippe Zawieja; Franck Guarnieri. Dictionnaire des Risques Psychosociaux, Editions du Seuil, pp.416-419, 2014, 978-2-02-110922-1. ⟨halshs-01562373⟩

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