L’entreprise libérée, innovation radicale ou simple avatar du management participatif ?

Abstract : Is the “liberated firm” fad all that new in relation to previous managerial models ? Is it a genuine innovation or a new avatar of participatory management ? How is the liberated firm freed from the difficulties encountered while implementing this form of participatory management ? To answer these questions, three emblematic cases are brought into focus : Favi, a metalworking firm ; Poult, which makes cookies ; and CHRONO Flex, a company that repairs hoses. Liberated firms turn out to be both in continuity and in rupture with the participatory model. Although they manage to overcome some problems, the difficulties of implementing “liberation” are not to be overlooked.
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Patrick Gilbert, Ann-Charlotte Teglborg, Nathalie Raulet-Croset. L’entreprise libérée, innovation radicale ou simple avatar du management participatif ?. Gérer et Comprendre. Annales des Mines, Les Annales des Mines, 2017, pp.38-49. ⟨halshs-01656162⟩

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