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Appel à conférence / 7th and 8th of October 2010
XVI.TH CONFERENCE ON PROJECTICS
Sustainable Innovation, Management and Competences Development ?
Tuesday 23 February 2010 , Sandrine Beaujon


Those who are engaged in sustainable project development should consider that these projects are not tasks but that they take place within organizations and results in changes to or the creation of new organizations. Organizations are considered as black boxes by today’s financial and economic community and managed by threats and sanctions to produce ever increasing output using ever decreasing input resources. The financial and economic perspectives that influence this view measure success of our organizations by using two key criteria. They put pressure on the black box to produce more (growth in volume, profits) and in ever shorter times (efficiency). This model is becoming increasingly difficult to sustain and those who impose this view on us use sanctions, threats, punishments and penalties as the way to manage the black boxes. Their management styles have devastating effects on those who operate in the black boxes and will discard them when they are no longer of use. The society (the rest of us) ends up picking up the economic, social and social cost of the breakdown of these people discarded by these approaches.

Organizations are not black boxes or buildings or financial assets. That is a mechanized view to management and project management. Organizations are people who are engaged in creative activities. Without them there is no one to benefit from sustainability. Sustainable project management therefore needs to consider people and their creative artifacts as central to their activities. It is always people who generate creativity and innovation. If sustainability is to be achieved we need to abandon the mechanized view of organization as a black box for producing more within ever reducing time cycles. Sustainability, by its very nature, conveys length of time on a continuous scale. The beneficiaries are the same people and their children. They are not just a means of achieving some abstract objective to be measured using equally volatile financial criteria i.e. currency or financial values.

To achieve sustainability therefore it is important to work with practitioners to develop sustainable organizations which focus on people, work with people and for people. That means the development, management and facilitation of their competences to perform in collective and inclusive ways. Sustainable project management is about creating such organizations where management perceive, create, organize, operate and facilitate people to generate artifacts that are sustainable.

This year’s conference will therefore focus on sustainable innovation, management and competence development and cover the following topics: Innovation - applications, principles, early stage collaboration, dialogical and systemic approaches, anthropology of uses, future use characteristics, eco-social perspectives, innovative business models, complex epistemologies Management - new modes of organizations, evaluation criteria for performance and control, facilitation of human creativity, innovation, semi-autonomous organization, experimentation and Edgar Morin’s self eco reorganization Competence development - role of collaborators, attitudes, skills and behavior, ability to work with different people, meta cognitive aspects, conceptualization abilities TThese are the central axis for this year’s conference theme. Please send 3-4 pages outlining the content of your proposals stressing the theoretical references, methodology and analysis of results / proposals- suggestions The authors of the best papers will be invited to submit their papers for publication in the International Journal of Projectics published by De Boeck publishers.

I SSUE OF INTEREST

 Techno-economic innovation
 Organisational innovation
 Social innovation
 Systemic or "integral" innovation
 Entrepreneurship
 Social responsibility
 Cooperativism, mutualism
 Sustainable development
 Systemic approaches
 Movement and change
 Project management
 Creativity
 Learning and skills/competence development
 Policy, territory and innovation
 Citizens-led Initiatives

SUBMISSION

Theoretical and practical papers are welcome. Papers that cross the boundaries are particularly welcome. The scientific committee of the congress will appreciate the pedagogical efforts of submitters. The official languages of this session of the conference are French, Spanish and English. The best papers will be edited in the Projectics/Projectique/Proyectica review published by Editions De Boeck.

CONFERENCE SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

• Per Sigurd Agrell (EKELÖW INFOSECURITY, SE) • Norbert Alter (Université de Paris Dauphine, FR) • Bernard Claverie (IdC, Bordeaux, FR) • Jean-Pierre Claveranne (IFROSS, Université Jean-Moulin, Lyon, FR) • Nicholas Coutts (Consultant, London, GB) • Isabelle Franchistéguy (IUT, Bayonne, FR) • René Harlouchet (MCC-LKS, San Sebastian, ES) • Nimal Jayaratna (Consultant, GB) • Jean-Michel Larrasquet (CREG, Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour, FR) • Benoît Leblanc (IdC, Bordeaux, FR) • Jérémy Legardeur (ESTIA LIPSI, Bidart, FR) • Sain Lopez (MU-FCE, Mondragon, ES) • François Prat (TURBOMÉCA, Tarnos, FR) • Mohammed Saad (UWE, Bristol, GB) • David Sanchez (MU-FCE, Mondragon, ES) • Eddy Soulier (Université Technologique de Troyes, FR) • Miklos Szocska (SOMMELWEISS, Budapest, HU) • Luxio Ugarte (MU-FCE, Mondragon, ES) • Mihaela Ulieru (Canada Research Chair in Adaptative Information. Infrastructures for eSociety, CAN)

KEY DATES FOR SUBMISSION

Submission of the short paper 15th of July 2010

Paper accepted or rejected 30th of July 2010

Registration 15th of September 2010

XIVth Conference on Projectics 7th and 8th of October 2010

   


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