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Apprentissages et couplages dans l'entreprise complexe : le cas de la conception collaborative dans le domaine aéronautique

Abstract : The objective of this thesis is the understanding of learning and coupling phenomena during common design projects. We revisit the organizational learning model by the generic concept of coupling in order to propose an original analysis of organizational systems. This conceptual framework enables to study loose ant tight couplings which are representative, respectively, of formals and informal learning activities between individuals within collectives. These two kinds of coupling enable a dialectical approach which is adapted to analyze rational and indeterministic dimensions of an organization. Even if tight couplings prevail during a common design, our results show that loose couplings are essential because they do systemic regulations – such as feedbacks or self-organisations – enabling actors to learn in different ways. Finally, we present a list of behavioural, structural and environmental factors contributing to performance and reliability of a new organisation model qualified by the expression of complex enterprise.
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Colin Lalouette. Apprentissages et couplages dans l'entreprise complexe : le cas de la conception collaborative dans le domaine aéronautique. Gestion et management. École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris, 2010. Français. ⟨pastel-00566215⟩

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