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Since July 2018, the new editorial team of RIPCO aims at reaching a high scientific level. RIPCO continues to publish research in the field of organizational behavior, regardless of the paradigm, and particularly encourages inter-, multi- and transdisciplinary research. The new editorial team put in place continues the evolution of the journal through: the establishment of a new, young, international and multidisciplinary editorial team; the modernization of the journal and its management with powerful digital tools, including an updated website and online manuscripts management tool and the internationalization of content, via referencing in international databases and a gradual translation of articles into English.

 
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Volume XXIV • Issue 58 • 2018 • Summer
Guest editor(s): Frédéric, Bornarel
The over-rational organization
Managerial modes come and go, pass and return, but all seem to carry the same message: the time of horizontality and organizational flexibility has arrived. The new creed in place is that of adaptation in real time. Thus, the liberated company, the 2.0 company, holacracy, and many others, are promoted in spite of the heavy logics of the pyramidal or bureaucratic forms. Do these discourses affect change? Admittedly, many examples can bear witness to the effectiveness of structures flattening; certainly, many cases may illustrate the shift towards a friendly and collaborative management. However, the diagnosis would not be complete if we failed to look at the birth of super-rational monsters who, far from refining and shrinking in size as encouraged by the lean management discourse, keep on, figuratively speaking, by putting on weight and getting regulatory rolls of fat and procedural blisters. What theoretical and practical issues does this overdose of rationality raise? How can we get out of this vicious ... Read more
 
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Volume XXIV • Issue 59 • 2018 • Winter
Daniel, Bonnet (dir.)
The uneasiness in organizations
Are the concepts of Being and Uneasiness within organizations distinct and separable? Would separating mean to be evasive regarding the treatment of uneasiness as well as that of the Being? To consider them in their unity isn’t that simple and requires to open up the barrier of knowledge. In management, through different conceptualizations, another symbolic third part reaps off what the subject of otherness is deprived of, its emancipation, its being and its future. That is Uneasiness. A certain form of fetishism structures the thinking of management in our economies, which have become a value of use and the market, around which the conventions of constraint and obligation are structured. But it is the relationship of the subject to his or her Being that establishes the transition from neurosis to suffering which leads to perversion. Desire is constantly short-circuited by the attachment of the satisfaction to the correlates of Uneasiness. Whatever the approach, however honorable, the same problem comes b ... Read more
 
Top 10 most cited papers
 
1 Cornelius, Castoriadis The "rationality" of capitalism..., IV(08), 1997 74
2 Robert, Paturel Grandeurs and servitudes of entrepreneurship ......, XIII(31), 2007 64
3 Louis Jacques, Filion Entrepreneurial representations: an emerging field of study..., XIV(32), 2008 61
4 Jean, Pralong The image of work according to Y generation. An intergenerational comparison on ..., XVI(39), 2010 47
5 Harry, Coenen Action research. The relationship between researchers and the researched..., VII(16-17), 2001 43
6 Pascale, Molinier Subjective moral autonomy and the construction of sexual ldentity : the contribu..., III(05), 1996 43
7 Jean-Louis, Le Grand Defining life stories..., VI(14), 2000 31
8 Pierre, Parlebas A cultural break: from traditional games to sport..., IX(20), 2003 28
9 Michel, Llory ; Annick, Llory Management description and subjective description of work : differences ? An aut..., III(05), 1996 27
10 Eugène, Enriquez Psychosociology at the crossroads..., I(01), 1994 26
 
 
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XXV(60) 2019
The digital organization
Pierre-Jean, BARLATIER ; ...
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XXV(61) 2019
The experts
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XXV(62) 2019
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RIPCO metrics
Publication years : 1994-2018
Citation years : 25(1994-2018)
Papers : 933
Citations : 2872
Cities/year : 114.88
Cities/paper : 3.08
Cities/author 2389.03
Papers/author : 753.27
Authors/paper : 1.47
h-index : 19
g-index : 28
hI, norm : 17
Source: Harzing Publish or Perish - 08/01/2019
 
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Special issue : Vol. XXVI, Num. 64 (2020)
Ethique, diversité et inclusion
 Maria Giuseppina, Bruna ; Zahir, Yanat
Adoptant un prisme interdisciplinaire, le numéro souhaite offrir « un éclairage inédit et fondé sur les comportements organisationnels » autour du rapport à l’éthique, à l’égalité (de droit, de traitement et des chances) et à l’inclusion au sein des Ecoles et des Universités. Et ce, en se focalisant sur les pratiques, qu’elles émanent d’Institutions instituantes (ici l’Etat / le marché), d’organis ...
 
   
 
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