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Tensions de rôle des cadres dans une collectivité territoriale : une étude empirique

Abstract : Local authorities, since the last ten years, have been confronted with important reforms that impact the management and more particularly the public managers. Numerous activity reports from the Court of Auditors and local authorities evoke a management deficit that results in shortcomings in the management of teams related to a lack of managerial skills, a lack of involvement of managers and a insufficiency of strategic and operational leadership, which leads to governance influenced by political leadership. The main idea is that in the territorial communities, the influence of the political leadership in the governance favors the tensions of role. The hypothesis put forward is that role tensions would be explanatory variables of the lack of involvement of territorial frameworks. The objective of this contribution is to analyze the role tensions experienced by local authority officials on the involvement in their work and to study how these role tensions manifest themselves. Based on an empirical study carried out on a commune (964 employees including 797 holders in 2015), the research proposes to analyze the causes and the effects of the role tensions experienced by local authority managers on the involvement of local authorities. and to reflect on prospects for improvement, allowing a better b
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Eric Scarazzini. Tensions de rôle des cadres dans une collectivité territoriale : une étude empirique. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. Université Paul Valery Montpellier 3, 2019. Français. ⟨tel-02900097⟩



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