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Contribution à l'évaluation économique des organisations productives : vers une modélisation de l'entreprise-compétences

Abstract : At the cross-roads of economic, management and engineering sciences, we aim to contribute to the building of new models for the economic evaluation of productive organizations. We first present the usual systemic approach of the firm through neo-classical economic theory, management control and cybernetic trends. But we then show why the dosage of various production factors, the normative cost analysis, and the process control which prevailed in the description and the evaluation of the factors-firm are no longer relevant to characterize the competencies-firm emerging from the new industrial context. Thus we base our research on a non-standard economic theory characterized by a strong organisational dimension in a context of procedural rationality, on an activity and processus based management, and on a more cognitive approach of firm control. This transition allows us to develop representations of the competencies-firm which link results to knowledge, to learning processes, to decision-making procedures and to individual and collective rationality combined with a meta-systemic interpretation of hierarchy. Then, those representation models are formalized by a modelling language and illustrated by simulation experiments.
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Patrick Burlat. Contribution à l'évaluation économique des organisations productives : vers une modélisation de l'entreprise-compétences. Modélisation et simulation. Université Lumière - Lyon II, 1996. Français. ⟨NNT : 1995LYO22012⟩. ⟨tel-00849949⟩



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