Attention et formes réticulées d'organisation , Attention and Network Organizations : the case of the « cognitive communities »

Abstract : This work is about a specific step of the decision process called « attention ». The first part of this work describes different aspects of the « attention » from an individual and an organisational point of view. In the second part, we speak about interorganisational collaborations, called « cognitive communities », that are not interested in the production of market products and services. These communities are built upon their abilities to create favourable informational and decisional opportunities. 62 head managers belonging to three « cognitive communities » are interviewed in order to understand how such communities may improve attention capabilities. Results show that it is relevant to distinguish two classes with a related regression model in order to explain a level of perceived attention.
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Alain Cucchi. Attention et formes réticulées d'organisation , Attention and Network Organizations : the case of the « cognitive communities ». La Revue des Sciences de Gestion, Revue des Sciences de Gestion, 2006, 220-221 (4), pp.125--137. ⟨10.3917/rsg.220.0125⟩. ⟨hal-01704005⟩

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