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L’ACADI, l’Paris School of Management, the FIT2 Chair of Mines ParisTech and the Industry Factory are organising a conference on Wednesday 26 February 2020, from 6 to 8.15 p.m., on the theme "Liberated companies, the future of organisations or deadlock? »
The liberated companies seduce or annoy, a panacea to break with Taylorism for some, an impasse according to others. Researchers from various disciplines went to observe about twenty of them and two recent books present their work:
- Freeing up the company works?, under the leadership of Laurent Karsenty(Octares, November 2019),
- Beyond the liberated companies. Survey on autonomy and its constraints, from Thierry Weiland Anne-Sophie Dubey (Presses des mines, January 2020).
Concretely, how to organize the transition to autonomy? What new role for management? How to support employees?
On the agenda
A first round table will illustrate three families of approaches to move towards autonomy: autonomy as a founding project, the shift towards autonomy and transformation through experimentation. The second round table will focus on the evolution of the figure of the manager in liberated organizations and on the new balance between control and trust that results from this.
17:30: Welcome of participants
18h-20h15: short introduction, followed by two round tables of about 1 hour each:
How are we moving towards autonomy?
With Béatrice Barras (Ardelaine), Patrick Gilbert (Professor of Management at the IAE in Paris), Patrick Negaret (Director General of the CPAM of Yvelines) and Laurent Karsenty (moderator of the round table).
What new role for management?
With Aliette Mousnier-Lompré (Orange Business Services), Jean-Yves Bonnefond (Teacher-researcher at the Cnam), Matthieu Battistelli (PhD student at the CRG, Ecole Polytechnique) and Anne-Sophie Dubey (moderator of the round table).
8:15 pm: cocktail