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Gouvernance des organisations et institutions : la prise en compte du contexte culturel et des traditions pour une gouvernance des entreprises de la filière cuir en Ethiopie

Abstract : While a majority of the work focuses on the control mechanisms and the ethics around management practices, few empirical studies focus on the emergence, effectiveness or appropriateness of these mechanisms in the context in which they apply. We conducted our study on the specific case of the leather sector in Ethiopia to understand how governance mechanisms are born and what their influence on business performance is. The thesis objective is thus the identification and analysis of governance mechanisms in a specific territory by focusing on employees. If employees are an integral part of the business, their inclusion in the governance mechanisms should influence the company's performance. This raises the issue on how to qualify performance, the terms of employees’ consideration, the evaluation of its effects and their inclusion in a cultural context conceived in its historical depth.
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Marlen Bakalli. Gouvernance des organisations et institutions : la prise en compte du contexte culturel et des traditions pour une gouvernance des entreprises de la filière cuir en Ethiopie. Gestion et management. Université de Franche-Comté, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016BESA0001⟩. ⟨tel-01447954⟩

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