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  • [hal-01369226] Less-than-truckload Dynamic Pricing Model in Physical Internet 23 septembre 2016
    This paper investigates a decision-making problem consisting of less-than-truckload dynamic pricing (LTLDP) under Physical Internet (PI). PI can be seen as the interconnection of logistics networks via open PI-hubs, which can be considered as spot freight markets where LTL requests of different volume/destination continuously arrive over time for a short-stay. Carriers can bid for the […]
  • [hal-01368497] Unmanaging the Expected: Mindlessness Mechanisms in Health Care Organizations 21 septembre 2016
    The present communication investigates the processes that contribute to develop an organizational mindlessness in health care organizations (HCOs). It identifies, through absenteeism management practices, several mindlessness mechanisms. It explain how they develop and go on without being fixed. The results enrich the literature on failures in HCOs. It proposes that day-to-day work should be brought […]
  • [hal-01368274] A hybrid intervention. Public and private interventions in the construction of a label for energy efficiency 21 septembre 2016
    This paper examines the role that labelling plays in the governance of the contemporary economy. Drawing on a detailed study of BBC-Effinergy, a French label for sustainable construction, we show how the adoption and evolution of voluntary labels can be seen as emblematic of governance through experimentation. Our study sheds light on how governance through […]
  • [hal-01368291] Institutional awareness. Examining agency in institutional theory 21 septembre 2016
    Drawing on dual-process theory and mindfulness research this article sets out to shed light on the conditions that need to be met to create “a reflexive shift in consciousness” argued to be a key foundational mechanism for agency in institutional theory. Although past research has identified different exogenous triggers to evoke shifts in consciousness, such […]
  • [hal-01368077] Le tournant “materiel” dans la theorie neoinstitutionnaliste. 21 septembre 2016
    Dans ce chapitre, nous rendons compte du ‘tournant matériel’ qui s’amorce actuellement au sein de l’analyse institutionnelle, comme dans de nombreux autres domaines de la recherche en organisation (Jarzabkowski et Pinch, 2013). Pour cela, nous nous appuyons sur les acquis des Science and Technology Studies (STS) qui inspirent la théorie des organisations de manière générale. […]
  • [hal-01368288] The role of visual communication in the process of institutionalization 21 septembre 2016
    How does visual communication contribute to the emergence and consolidation of new institutions? Previous research on institutionalization has primarily focused on verbal text and neglected its interaction with visual forms of communication. We propose that a more thorough and systematic engagement with the ways in which the visual interacts with the verbal may help address […]
  • [hal-01368261] Enabling and stabilizing institutional bricolage: The BBC Royal Charter, 1920-1937 21 septembre 2016
    This paper responds to recent calls to uncover the micro-processes at play in institutional bricolage. Based on a unique historical case study, we identify and discuss four central micro-processes enabling the early development of the BBC Royal Charter in the 1920s and 1930s in the context of bricolage across conflicting institutional logics. We further identify […]
  • [hal-01368282] Silent struggles: Framing a new understanding of business in society 21 septembre 2016
    Recent contributions to institutional theory have drawn attention to how actors address the cognitive and normative aspects of institutions through framing and show how actors struggle over meaning and positions in acrimonious framing contests. Yet we do not understand how actors negotiate meaning when overt contestation is not a viable option – for example when […]
  • [hal-01368229] Experimental spaces and institutional innovation: The interplay of distancing work and anchoring work. 21 septembre 2016
    This paper explores the role of experimental spaces in processes of institutional innovation. Our case study is of the institutionalization of carbon markets in Europe, where dominant industrial actors built experimental spaces to alleviate the institutional pressures that constrained their ability to develop new solutions. We find that experimental spaces are the product of two […]
  • [hal-01368250] Silent struggles: Framing a new understanding of business in society 21 septembre 2016
    Recent contributions to institutional theory have drawn attention to how actors address the cognitive and normative aspects of institutions through framing and show how actors struggle over meaning and positions in acrimonious framing contests. Yet we do not understand how actors negotiate meaning when overt contestation is not a viable option – for example when […]
  • [halshs-01290810] Circular Business Model Innovation: Key Patterns and Challenges to unleash recycling value creation potential 21 septembre 2016
    Design and implementation of new disruptive circular business models are key issues for a growing number of companies. We propose in this article a detailed empirical study. It is based on a dozen of cases studies of established firms, which currently experience such innovation processes. Most of them are European or global leaders, who sought […]
  • [halshs-01290800] Studying performation: the arrangement of speech, calculation and writing acts within dispositifs 21 septembre 2016
    This paper aims at proposing an analytical framework for performation process that is performation through speech, calculation and writing acts connected within a “dispositif”. This analytical framework is put into practice in the case study of a French large corporation which has built a low-carbon strategy based on carbon accounting tools. We have found that […]
  • [halshs-01368029] The regulation of transparency in the field of CSR 21 septembre 2016
    What does it mean for a corporation to be transparent in terms of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)? The search for transparency is presented as a key driver of a sustainability policies (Gray, 1992; Milne, Kearins, & Walton, 2006). Yet, transparency in practice – as it is materialized through standards – is far from transparency in […]
  • [hal-01368035] The regulation of CSR by means of transparency standards 20 septembre 2016
    In this paper, we study the materialization of transparency in the field of CSR into private standards.The search for transparency is presented as a key driver of a sustainability policies. (Gray 1992, Milne 1996). Yet, transparency in practice – as it is materialized through standards – is far from transparency in principle. In the field […]
  • [hal-01368036] Innovation environnementale et création de valeur 20 septembre 2016
    Le modèle économique dominant est une économie linéaire fondée sur la consommation de ressources non renouvelables et la mise en décharge des produits en fin de vie. Face aux impasses de ce modèle linéaire, un modèle alternatif a été proposé : l'économie circulaire, fondée sur un principe de bouclage des flux de matière et d'énergie. […]