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Les facteurs humains et organisationnels dans les opérations de croissance externe

Abstract : The study is at the crossroads between human ressources and organization management. Its main aim is to show that, though too often occulted, human and organizational factors are part of the process of implementation of external growth operations. After recalling the evolution of external growth movements in France (between 1950 and 1955) and presenting their justifications, evaluations, and human and organizational implications, the problematics is based on the essential integration of human and organizational factors in external growth. The methodology of the study is empirical and inductive. Based on the analysis of social audits between 1980 and 1996, the empirical study includes samples of acquiring and acquired companies as well as control samples. The results give indication of the participation of human anf organizational factors in structuring the motives leading to merger or acquisition decisions, and in the evaluation - in terms of success and failure - of external growth and of the new entity created.
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Yanne Gourvil-Le Perron. Les facteurs humains et organisationnels dans les opérations de croissance externe. Gestion et management. Université Nancy 2, 2001. Français. ⟨NNT : 2001NAN22004⟩. ⟨tel-01776662⟩



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