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Supporting energy transitions. Project management as a learning device and accompanying professional transitions

Abstract : With the transition to sustainable development, development of experimental programs appear concerning changes in electricity uses associated with the introduction of new technologies. As part of the conduct of an experimental project, we focus on new coordinations established between the project's actors potentially heterogeneous throuhout a process of mutual contributions. Using the ergonomics analysis of work activity, we aim to understand how are developed management approaches on the investigated sites by actors. Linked to this context of innovation and to lead to energy efficiency, actors learn « by walking ». Implementations experimental strategies are revealed in dialogue with the situation in which learning is achieved. These spaces of solutions production appear as structuring for both the advancement of the project management and the establishment of new collective working methods. Practionner sumary : Human factors/ergonomics (HFE) has much to offer by addressing activity at work for change and development. This paper focuses on change in energy sector in the context of efficiency and sustainablity, emphasising key elements in terms of project management and activity development.
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Corinne Gotteland, Anthony Rosier, Valérie Pueyo, Pascal Beguin. Supporting energy transitions. Project management as a learning device and accompanying professional transitions. Proceedings 19 th Triennial Congress of the IEA, 2015. ⟨hal-01981653⟩



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