THE TIME FACTOR IN SOCIO-ECONOMIC INTERVENTIONS: Short-term Versus Long-term Performance

Abstract : In our contemporary context, the ability of corporations to anticipate, adapt and be adapted to their environment determines their vision and reveals their agility. Piloting the structures, behaviors, and interactions between both these factors (Savall & Zardet, 1987) becomes a primary issue for decider-strategists and their collaborators. The reality is that nothing is really ever “fixed” forever in organizations, ensuring that the ability to carry out change processes, rooted in practices and aimed at creating sustainable performance, is a sine qua non condition in order to ensure enterprise survival and development.
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Olivier Voyant, Alexis Roche, Jérémy Clément Salmeron. THE TIME FACTOR IN SOCIO-ECONOMIC INTERVENTIONS: Short-term Versus Long-term Performance. The Socio-Economic Approach to Management Revisited: The Evolving Nature of SEAM in the 21st Century, 2015, Research in Management Consulting. ⟨hal-01140286⟩

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