La théorie socio-économique et la gestion des processus d’affaires

une étude de cas de dysfonctions reliée à la stratégie de transformation numérique

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DOI :

https://doi.org/10.53102/2023.37.01.1153

Mots-clés :

BPM, Gestion Des Processus D’Affaires, Transformation NumErique, Dysfonctions, Architecture d’Entreprise

Résumé

Une inconsistance entre les efforts de transformation numérique des organisations et leur architecture d’entreprise (AE) est mise en relief par la recherche actuelle. Ce phénomène a pour conséquence des redondances d’investissements, des retards de mise en œuvre, et de fréquents échecs de projets de transformation numérique. Afin de mieux comprendre une telle inconsistance, nous avons recours à la théorie du management socio-économique (SEAM).  Une analyse critique de quatre études de cas au sein d’une entreprise industrielle permet une clarification du le lien entre la transformation numérique et l’AE ainsi qu’une mise en lumière des dysfonctions dans une perspective fondée sur le management socio-économique et sur la gestion des processus d’affaires (BPM). Du point de vue pratique, cette recherche intègre la transformation numérique et l’AE afin de proposer une approche contextuelle permettant la planification et la conception d’une stratégie de transformation numérique.

Biographies des auteurs

Yanfei Zhang, UCMT& Ecole des Ponts ParisTech business school

Yanfei Zhang is the DBA Candidate of ENPC (École des Ponts) and serves as a business process and change consultant in the industry. Her main research directions are business process management, change management, IT management, and innovation. She is also a professional industry-certified holder in these business management domains.

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Emmanuel Monod, Paris-Dauphine University and UCMT, China

Emmanuel Monod, PhD, is currently professor at Paris-Dauphine University and UCMT Shanghai. Emmanuel is also vice-president of U2, the Universal University, and of the EMSS society. He was previously professor at the Antai College of Economics and Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He holds a PhD from Paris Tech-Telecom. He is the President of the SIG of the AIS on Philosophy and IS, the Vice-President of the AIS SIG Culture and IS and the international relations representative for the Management Education and Development division of the AIS

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Gerard Beenen, California State University at Fullerton, USA

Gerard Beenen is a Professor of Management at California State University, Fullerton, and an Adjunct Professor in the MBA programs at both the University of California, Irvine and Carnegie Mellon University. His research focuses on workplace motivation and leadership. A recipient of numerous research grants and awards, he teaches courses in organizational behavior, organizational change, team leadership and negotiation. He completed his Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and Theory at Carnegie Mellon University, his MBA at Northwestern University, and his MA at Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, CA. Prior to his academic career, he was a technology entrepreneur, and a management consultant with both Bain & Company and Ernst & Young.

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Yuewei Jiang, UCMT, China

Dr. Jiang Yuewei, PhD, is currently the Chairman of CPMC and of UCMT. He is also the President of Asian Region of CMA - World Committee on Lifelong Learning Founder affiliated to UNESCO. In addition, he is the President of the Engaged Management Scholars Society (EMSS), the Chairman of the Global DBA Association and the Vice-Chairman of Shanghai Management Science Society (SMS).

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Chris Willis, Old Dominion University, USA

Chris H. Willis is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Management at the Strome College of Business, Old Dominion University. His research interests center on the intersection of entrepreneurship, international governance, and research methods. 

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Zhang, Y., Monod, E. ., Beenen, G., Jiang, Y., & Willis, C. (2023). La théorie socio-économique et la gestion des processus d’affaires : une étude de cas de dysfonctions reliée à la stratégie de transformation numérique. Revue Française De Gestion Industrielle, 37(1), 25–40. https://doi.org/10.53102/2023.37.01.1153

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