Des managers en formation au Louvre : usages de la peinture dans un cursus de formation continue

Abstract : Bringing 24 groups of managers to the Louvre Museum for a course in managerial studies has been an unusual experience. A training module on painting was conducted as a critical management education to foster thinking about power. It was part of an ongoing training program for managers from a multinational corporation with operations in France. This experiment’s successes and drawbacks are an invitation to continue reforming training practices in managerial studies. This is a major issue at a time when the drawn-out recession is spurring questions about the production of economic elites.
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Christophe Falcoz, Yves Livian. Des managers en formation au Louvre : usages de la peinture dans un cursus de formation continue. Gérer et Comprendre. Annales des Mines, Les Annales des Mines, 2015, 2015/2 (120), pp.58-66. ⟨hal-02073936⟩

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