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De la gestion intégrée comme doctrine à l'intégration comme défi de gestion

Agnès Grandgirard 
Abstract : Water and waste management are complex and changing. Integrative management seems to be an ideal solution for many. However we think that, more than a solution, it represents the symptom of a management crisis. In order to tackle this crisis and to introduce some integration, new arrangements between actors and new management tools are elaborated. On the one hand, we see Integrative collective action as a combination of exploration and prescription cycles concerning both knowledge and relation. On the other hand, integration models are made of combination of arrangements between actors and management tools. We maintain that : - each integration's model takes part in integrative collective action. Nevertheless, no model is perfect. - the model of integration built in this doctoral thesis at a departmental level is not perfect but it works. We analysed the action of the departmental Council in water management in order to illustrate our theory. We used the example of an actor : the Bas-Rhin Council ; and the implementation of a new management tool : a water observatory, which was our field study.
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Agnès Grandgirard. De la gestion intégrée comme doctrine à l'intégration comme défi de gestion. Humanities and Social Sciences. École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris, 2007. English. ⟨pastel-00003040⟩



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