Organizing and experimenting: Genomic clinical trials as epistemic and organizational innovation avec Henri Bergeron et Patrick Castel
Édité le 26 Mars 2017
Le thème du 33ième colloque organisé par EGOS- European Group for Organizational Studies- traitera de Good organization : Aspirations, interventions, struggles.
The Good Organization is often depicted as the efficient organization – a particular means to achieve some pre-given end or purpose. But efficiency alone can hardly guarantee that an organization will be a force for the greater good, public as well as private. To that end, other ideals and aspirations have been frequently advocated: diversity, care, excellence, sustainability, health, play, transparency and responsibility, to name but some of the most obvious. Organizations structured according to these ideals, it is argued, can and should result in better products and services, better people, better workplaces and better societies.
Henri Bergeron et Patrick Castel participeront à l’atelier « Experimenting Organization: Becoming by Doing" » et feront une communication intitulée :
Organizing and experimenting: Genomic clinical trials as epistemic and organizational innovation.
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