Query : gestion de la diversité
- Cornet, Annie17
- Chanlat, Jean-François4
- Lauvie, Anne,4
- Annie Cornet3
- Arcand, Sébastien2
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- BERNARD-BRUNET, Claude Bernard-Brunet2
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- Christina Constantinidis2
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Mediterranean forest uses and the forest inventory
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...
Day of studies: Questioning the analysis and visualisation of data (AVD) on 6 November 2015 in Sophia Antipolis
Since 20 years, the near-digital production and the increasing digitisation of data of all kinds (textual, numerical, relational, etc.) has made it considerably easier for them to be archived, circulated, consulted and manipulated, in arrangements whose diversity is only equal to that of the purpose...
Management types of directors and supply determinants in the French Nursing Homes sector
In France, 75% of the establishments specialized in the care for dependant people are EHPADs. These structures were created with the aim to rationalize the offer in this sector, but remain economically inefficient. Throughout this thesis we attempt to identify how the nursing homes’ directors could...
Waste recuperators: between marginalisation and recognition
International audience Le travail et la situation sociale des récupérateur·e·s se transforment avec l’intensification des circulations urbaines et mondiales de déchets et leurs prises en charge étatiques, industrielles et humanitaires – avec, aussi, leurs mobilisations et prises de paroles. Claudia...
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....
Retirement and heterogeneity of older workers : the impact of public policies
The aging of the population calls into question the sustainability of Pay-As-You-Go pension system, especially in Europe. Therefore, several reforms have been implemented to face this demographic challenge. However, the effects of those reforms have been questioned. Indeed, the success of such polic...
To identify and reduce micropollutants at source -Feedback from the Regard project (Bordeaux Metropolis)
Micropollutants (MPs) represent an important environmental and health issue. Identifying their sources and then reducing their discharges is the strategy used in France to fight against water pollution. This is also the approach implemented in the Regard project (Reduction and management of micropol...
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...
Femmes et Networking : Pour danser, il faut être deux
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Coastal nursery campaign report. NOURMED 2019
In the context of the implementation of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) monitoring programme, the monitoring of demersal fish and cephalopods in coastal furniture environments was identified as a priority. To this end, a series of recurrent fishing campaigns need to be deployed in coa...
For a meta-theory of psychotherapy
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe diversity of psychotherapeutic methods and theories requires epistemological thinking, a meta-theory of psychotherapy. Whatever the profession of origin, psychotherapy requires training, which involves the person of the therapist: it is a treatment that is aimed at psychism...
Quinoa heritage, an important resource for tourism experiences
International audience Les régions de culture du quinoa au Chili partagent certains traits communs à savoir la marginalité des paysans, leur isolement culturel et géographique et, la grande distance aux marchés. On note aujourd'hui une prise de conscience croissante au niveau mondial tant de l'impor...
Integration of client knowledge into an information systems project: influence of the knowledge environment of the project
Knowledge management within projects in Information Systems is a topic on which many authors have expressed their views: transfer and capitalisation of knowledge from one project to another project (Morley 2002, Ko et al., 2005, Haines and Goodhue, 2003), challenges and specificities of knowledge ma...
The scope of application of the Potential Biodiversity Index (IBP)
National audience The Potential Biodiversity Index (IBP) is an indirect composite indicator of species diversity, which aggregates ten key factors for which relationships with forest taxa are proven. IBP is a tool for forest managers willing to easily integrate standard taxonomic biodiversity into t...
Horse and public service mission? Analysis of some local initiatives
This article looks at the use of the ceheval to fulfil public service tasks. After a first comprehensive overview of the diversity of local initiatives that can be met in the national territory, our attention has focused on the case of some local authorities. It was for us to better understand why a...
Agroecology: pathway and potential For a transition to sustainable food systems
peer reviewed The aim of this paper is to define a conceptual framework for agroecology. There are two components to our approach. The first one proposes an analysis of what agroecology encompasses today, how its definition evolved, and in which sociohistorical contexts it emerged and is currently d...
Transnational Tool-Age: Active ageing in business and management practices
The five partner countries of the “OUTIL-AGES Transnational” scheme share a common conviction: the importance of developing appropriate management practices to promote age management in companies. Together, they have built a guide for local managers. It includes a repairing tool, the generic form of...
“S'il y a quelque chose qui revient de droit à l'anthropologie, ce n'est pas la tâche d'expliquer le monde d'autrui, mais bien celle de multiplier notre monde”Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2009)Une nomade pas comme les autres…Cet ouvrage est dédié à notre collègue et amie, Claudine Karlin. Ingénieure...
Youtuber: an organised work activity? Lighting with the Knowledge Community concept
Our research aims to inform the activity and work organisation of online video producers on the YouTube workspace and exchange space in the light of the Knowledge Community concept. Through an exploratory case study we address different aspects of the activity and interactions of these producers in...
Rapport Alex Breizh. Impact des contrôles environnementaux sur la dynamique des efflorescences de l’algue toxique Alexandrium minutum en Rade de Brest. Modélisation en compétition interspécifique.
Depuis 2012, la rade de Brest a été l’objet de fermetures administratives de commercialisation de coquillages et de ramassage en raison des toxicités induites par le développement de la microalgue nuisible Alexandrium minutum. Le suivi terrain existant depuis 2009 à la Pointe du château (estuaire de...
Towards multidisciplinary indicator dashboards for coral reef fisheries management
The diversity of reef ecosystems, the multiplicity of reef resource uses and the breadth of the range of the island socio-cultural contexts concerned make coral reef fisheries (CRF) management in the South Pacific a complex task. The health and state of the targeted resources depend both on ecosyste...
Evaluation of the public financing scheme for cooperative societies in Wallonia “Brasero” between 2015 and 2020
As an integral part of the social economy, cooperative entrepreneurship has already been gaining real interest over the last ten years. Indeed, due to its specific values and management practices, both citizens and social entrepreneurs see the cooperative model as a concrete opportunity to address t...
How and why do patients mobilise a multiplicity of health professionals? A prescription system approach in animal husbandry
In the current context, health management calls for technological but also organisational innovations, the conditions and methods of emergence and dissemination of which need to be explored in order to transform the field of health in a sustainable manner. Taking into account patients’ experience an...
Acceptabilité des relocalisations des biens face à l’élévation du niveau de la mer : perceptions de nouveaux dispositifs de gouvernance du foncier
International audience Face aux risques d’érosion littorale et de submersion marine aggravés par l’élévation du niveau de la mer, de nouvelles mesures, visant à réduire la vulnérabilité des économies littorales par la relocalisation des biens les plus exposés, sont préconisées. Cependant, elles font...