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The challenges and opportunities of the Great Ferroviaire Vitesse in terms of local development and sustainable development: analysis based on production and ownership of service innovations
There are many high-speed train projects in Europe and elsewhere in the world. These projects are now part of a context of sustainable development, and their ambition is primarily to limit, or even counter, the continuous growth of road transport for people. However, this primary ambition is accompa...
Development of a real business project in the food sector
[ES] This work consists of describing a whole real entrepreneurial process of a food business business and creating a brand called SWAPPER. This company is created on the basis of a product idea different from what is currently on the market. To this end, a business plan will be developed, comprisin...
Proxy-based near real-time TV content transmission in mobility over 4G with MPEG-DASH transcoding on the cloud
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Three municipalities seeking change, the municipal management of Albi, Castres and Montauban from 1977 to 1982
Text written in 1982 In more than one third of the French average cities, the 1977 elections brought political change to the exclusive benefit of left parties. The text analyses the changes brought about by the arrival of a new generation of elected representatives on the basis of a comparative stud...
HR Strategy-as-practice: The role of Human Resources in the construction of a new global graduate management policy
The artefacts approach, a new way of knowledge management for e-learning.
this contribution aims to provide a conceptual framework for elearning, questioning the effects that the technique has on human activities rather than the changes induced by the technique itself. For example, the technique allows for more interactivity, more “comfortable” communication, but what do...
Diversity management status in morocco. an exploratory stydu
peer reviewed The purpose of this article is to explore diversity management specificities in arab countries, especially in Morocco (North Africa). We analyse organisational initiatives, managers’ perception and the way they mainstream diversity tools in their management. The Moroccan industry is ba...
Being of two minds: Switching mindsets exhausts self-regulatory resources
International audience The human psyche is equipped with the capacity to solve problems using different mental states or mindsets. Different mindsets can lead to different judgment and decision making styles, each associated with its own perspective and biases. To change perspective, people can, and...
Links between foresight research, description of the education system and steering: an example in the French Community of Belgium
This communication presents some of the results of prospective research into ways of combating school segregation in the French Community of Belgium through the modulated allocation of resources to schools according to the characteristics of their host population. In order to take account of these c...
Harvesting the sea : knowledge and practices of seaweed harvesters to the sustainable management of coastal resources in Finistère (Brittany)
After several cycles over the course of past centuries, seaweed harvesting in Finistere is once again experiencing a revival and emerging as a promising sector. Beyond socio-economic transformations, it is also faced with current issues of biodiversity conservation and the sharing of maritime space....
Atmospheric precipitations, water discharge and inundations in the Moldavian plain
One of the major challenges of this century is represented by climatic changes and their influence upon the environment. In the case of Romania, the orographic barrier plays the most important role in the delineation of surplus or deficient areas as refered to humidity. In the western and central re...
Organizational Memories Contribution in a Learning Context
The acts to teach, to learn and to work are never socially isolated. According to (Benoit, 2000), they are the cultural resultant, articulated and developed through a defined practice gathering in a place, virtual reality or, an unspecified number actors questioning themselves and wondering about th...
A city in the stars. Moving living places in the Battlestar Galactica series
This article intends to study the (de) construction of living places in the Battlestar Galactica series (Sci-Fi/Sky One, 2003-2009), mobilising resources from urban planning, urban sociology and narratology. At the other end of the galaxy, the series presents people, the ‘settlers’, who see the plan...
Can Hybrid Poplar Plantations Reduce the Cost of Achieving Caribou Conservation Goals?
Degree: Master of Science Abstract: This study investigates the role hybrid poplar may play in reducing the cost of achieving self-sustaining status in herds of boreal caribou, an ecotype of woodland caribou, Rangifer tarandus caribou found in northeast Alberta. Boreal caribou are currently listed a...
Deployment and change of the Teaching Innovation Cell (University of the Mediterranean) — 2002/2004
The paper documents can be ordered at http://www.utc.fr/tice2004/commande_actes_tice2004.doc This communication provides feedback on the deployment and change strategy carried out by the Pedagogic Innovation Cell (CIP) at the University of the Mediterranean (Aixmarseille II). On the one hand, the co...
Business history, why and how? Historians, archivists and actors: cross-eyes: Opening
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThis Day of History intended by the Altadis History Committee, ‘Seita, Terres d’Histoire’, did not claim to revisit the historical achievements of business stories but wanted to compare the experiences of collaboration between partners in this historical work more modestly and...
Propagation of native trees by local communities in the forests of Ketou: a new challenge for habitat restoration in Benin Republic.
International audience This work, supported by the Rufford Foundation, is a pragmatic, substantial and long lasting contribution to nature conservation. It aims at including the contributions of the stakeholders in the sustainable management of natural resources from a remnant forest in Ketou region...
Community Recovery and Sustainable Development in the Region of Seismic Center in Taiwan after the 1999 CHI-CHI Earthquake
International audience The major purpose of this study is to evaluate the progress of community recovery and sustainable development of the region of seismic centre in Taiwan after the 1999 Chi-Chi Earthquake. Data analyzed in this study were collected from a face-to-face interview survey conducted...
APRENDER A INNOVAR: UNA EXPERIENCIA ON LINE
creativity and innovation have become key resources in the so called knowledge society, which could well be called an innovation society. But innovating is a complex activity, integrating the application of multiple skills, divergent and converging thinking, human team management, communication. How...
Is the ecology of behaviour relevant to understanding and predicting population dynamics?
the ecology of populations looks at how the number and composition (age, sex) of individuals in a population change. Many of the mechanisms that bring about these changes are associated with behaviour, for example by the way individuals defend their territories, seek partners, or disperse. It is the...
Aplicación de gestión de jornadas laborales para personal de una empresa
[EN] Human resource management is a crucial aspect for any company. This management includes a sequence of processes that allow the company to plan, organize or manage the tasks that its employees must perform in relation to their role within it. One of the fundamental processes consists of the cont...
The interactionary approach for the analysis of a village agroforestry project on the Batéké plateau (Democratic Republic of Congo)
This article addresses the implementation of a village agroforestry project for integrated natural resources management in the hamlet of Duale Mitterrand (52 households) located on the Batéké plateau (Democratic Republic of Congo). It is based on fieldwork carried out between February and May 2012 a...
Identification of pathways of permanent employees in farms : a framework proposition and application to the case of dairy farms in Auvergne-France
In France, hiring employees in agriculture has become more common during the last forty years, especially non-familiar permanent employees. The progress of employees is related to strong structural transformations in agriculture, such as the enlargement of farms and the decrease of family workforce....
Entrepreneurial storytelling : A mean for legitimacy and opportunity exploitation
International audience Stories are an important tool to create shared meanings about ventures and entrepreneurs. To analyze how storytelling contributes to legitimacy, identity and resources access, data was collected from press articles (2005-2016) about a french small business Michel & Augustin. T...
Management and professionalisation of public relations in provincial and provincial councils
Summary: The governments of the Spanish provinces, provincial and provincial governments, manage a large part of the state’s resources, develop, together with the municipalities, the policies that most closely relate to the everyday life of the public and, of course, carry out intensive communicatio...