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Le capital social de l’organisation flexibilisée

Abstract : In flexible, post-bureaucratic organizations, where members’ commitment can be contingent and variable, informal and personal social relationships play a role that can be considered even more important for cooperation than it is in bureaucratic organizations. Investments in relationships reflect various forms of social discipline that are recognized as legitimate by the members, and without which collective action would not be possible. These forms of social discipline can be considered to be a collective asset, a key component of the social capital of the organization.
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Emmanuel Lazega. Le capital social de l’organisation flexibilisée. Revue Française de Gestion, Lavoisier, 2006, pp.127 - 137. ⟨hal-01800241⟩

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