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Sens du télétravail : trop de crise, trop d’évidences ?

Sens du télétravail : trop de crise, trop d’évidences ?

Incontestablement, le télétravail s’installe dans le paysage français. S’ils étaient 7% d’actifs à télétravailler avant la crise du covid fin 2019 (3% en 2017 selon la DARES), ils ont été plus de 23% au cœur de la première vague du covid, et même plus de 40% si on intègre le recours à des formes de télétravail plus informelles. Une majorité de salariés semblent y trouver leur compte, puisque selon une étude de Malakoff Humanis du mois de juin, ils étaient 84% à souhaiter poursuivre le télétravail après le confinement. Pour le cas du secteur privé, la moitié des salariés a expérimentée cette pratique pour la première fois. Sur le fond, la plupart des actifs français sont plutôt satisfaits des possibilités offertes par le télétravail, en tous cas dans le contexte actuel.

Au-delà de ces raisons apparentes de se réjouir, la crise sanitaire que nous vivons a eu une conséquence majeure 

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Notre open seminar sur l’université ouverte et la création de l’OLPO

Notre open seminar sur l’université ouverte et la création de l’OLPO

Quelques tweets suite à notre open seminar sur l'université ouverte du 23 septembre :

Visionnez la vidéo de l'open seminar :

L'OLPO, l'observatoire des laboratoires politiques ouverts, think tanks / do tanks et bien d'autres sous la loupe des chercheurs du collaboratig !

Pour rappel, le livre blanc sur lequel s'appuie ces propositions :

LivreblancRGCSIIIversionfinale

Merci d'avoir participé !

Et un grand MERCI La Myne pour le pad collaboratif !!

==> https://pad.lamyne.org/RGCS-pouruneuniversiteouverte?both

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Collaborative practices, workspaces and communities in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis.

Collaborative practices, workspaces and communities in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis.

Welcome to the 5th RGCS Symposium

 RGCS and its Milan Chapter, in partnership with COST Action CA18214, are launching the 5th RGCS Symposium as an online event where to share ideas on the latest disruptive evolution of collaborative practices, workspaces and communities in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis!

In their various manifestations, from coworking spaces to open communities, forms of commons-based peer production and collaboration networks, collaborative practices have become widespread in knowledge-intensive industries, most commonly across urban environments (e.g., Palvalin and Vuolle, 2016), and strongly depend on face-to-face interactions to unleash their full potential. The Covid-19 pandemic, however, has bluntly interrupted this virtuous cycle.

In the unprecedented period of health crisis experienced on a worldly scale in the first half of 2020, the ways in which collaboration happens changed abruptly. Contextually, the most extensive remote-work (WFH) experiment has occurred (Konya, 2020; Memoori, 2020), which offers several opportunities

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Ouvrir les sciences humaines et sociales

Ouvrir les sciences humaines et sociales

Les promoteurs des sciences ouvertes ou citoyennes sont plus nombreux que jamais. S’ils ont d’abord été principalement issus du continent des sciences « naturelles », ce sont de plus en plus les acteurs des sciences humaines et sociales qui sont aujourd’hui dans le souci de l’ouverture. En revenant sur cinq années d’expérimentations ouvertes d’un collectif de chercheurs (RGCS), j’aimerais donner quelques éléments de réponse à la question : Qu’entend-on par « ouvrir » la science ? Quel sens donner à cette question quand on s’intéresse à des domaines a priori immédiatement accessibles comme les sciences humaines et sociales ? Après tout, il n’y qu’à aller dans une bibliothèque ou sur le Web pour y trouver des idées vulgarisées et donc accessibles. Et si l’on a du mal à comprendre le propos d’un physicien nucléaire, celui d’un.e sociologue ou d’un.e chercheur.e en gestion, peut-il vraiment poser problème ? Son jargon ne

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Re-inventing Research Events: Towards a Hybridization of Labs and Conferences?

Re-inventing Research Events: Towards a Hybridization of Labs and Conferences?

Since the beginning of RGCS, this is strong obsession: how to re-invent academia? How to co-produce new academic events? More in touch with society? Contributive to sustainable common worlds? Most academic events follow a dichotomic logic (see figure 1 below).

Figure 1: Two main logics behind research events today?

On the one hand, some research entities and events embody continuities and activities. Laboratories, research groups, internal seminars, are space-time where and when research goes on. The content of research is produced from there, continuously, actively, all year long. Stable and co-present communities, grounded into a specific territory (most of the time a city) are here and now. Of course, logics of distributed projects (global projects) extend in space and time the production and assemblage of knowledge, but the process remain highly continuous. Interestingly, some researchers stress that true encounters, serendipity, openness of labs and their events would be a powerful

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Call for Special Issue : Workplace transformation in the post-Covid-19 society

Call for Special Issue : Workplace transformation in the post-Covid-19 society

Special issue guest Editor: Dr. Marko Orel, University of Economics

The Journal of Corporate Real Estate (JCRE) is pleased to announce a call for papers for a special issue devoted to papers on the aftermath of COVID- 19 pandemic and workplace-related challenges that have been caused by the recent lockdown. With enforced social and physical distancing, many offices have taken the toll and will need to adapt to meet future expectations and demands of their occupants. Several branches of the workplace industry are affected and it seems that future office trends may take a new and unpredicted turn.

The main aim of this special issue is to cover a number of aspects based on the effect on occupiers themselves (e.g., workplace management, arrangements within existing workplaces and design of new workspaces, etc.), the effect of occupiers’ COVID-19 workplace decisions on the wider commercial real estate markets, the consequences for home

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Walking together in Brooklyn: Alterity, gentrification and data privacy

Walking together in Brooklyn: Alterity, gentrification and data privacy

Contributors (in alphabetical order): Anonymous 1;, Fayard, A-L.; Stefan; M; Statler, M; de Vaujany, FX.

On October, 25th 2019, we had the opportunity of a first Open Walked Event-Based Experimentation (OWEE) in the US. The idea of an OWEE is very simple: gathering a group of people who, for most of them, have never met, and co-producing a collective walk along with some analysis about it. An OWEE has thus no particular ‘objective’. It is a drift (“derive”) in a public space, sometimes intertwined with visits of third-spaces or collaborative spaces which are a way to explore further or differently the area around.

The topic of this collaborative learning expedition was Brooklyn, with the general and vague idea to explore its invisible frontiers and atmospheres, and grasp some aspects of the gentrification process here.

  1. FROM CARROLL GARDENS TO BUSHWICK: DESCRPTION OF OUR WALK

 

The event has first been

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Carnet de voyage : regards croisés sur les makers et l’entrepreneuriat au Sénégal

Carnet de voyage : regards croisés sur les makers et l’entrepreneuriat au Sénégal

By Julie Fabbri, EM Lyon; Amadou Lô, Toulouse Business School ; Christian Gnekpe, Toulouse Business School ; Pauline Fatien Diochon, SKEMA Business School et Thibault Daudigeos, Grenoble École de Management (GEM)

Dans le cadre de la 28ᵉ conférence annuelle organisée par l’association internationale de management stratégique francophone (#AIMS2019) à Dakar (Sénégal) du 11 au 14 juin 2019, cinq enseignants-chercheurs résidant en France croisent leurs ressentis. L’organisation de cette édition en Afrique est l’occasion de poser la question de la signification et de l’adaptation de l’entrepreneuriat, et plus largement du management africain/en Afrique. Retours sur trois journées riches en réflexions et émotions au pays de l’hospitalité et de la débrouille.

Cet article est republié à partir de The Conversation sous licence Creative Commons. Lire l’article original.


Ne jamais faire confiance à un pélican, même domestiqué…

Deux femmes et trois hommes. Deux Africains et

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Welcome to our new coordinators and chapters!

Welcome to our new coordinators and chapters!

Dear all,

Following last online vote of RGCS board (all coordinators), we are pleased to announce that the following points have been validated by 37 coordinators who participated to this vote

1)      Vote of a new co-coordinator for RGCS Berlin: Alexandra Bernhard had been elected

2)      Vote of a new co-coordinator for RGCS Lille: Ana Ruiz has been elected 

3)      Vote of a new co-coordinator for RGCS Rome: Andrea Resca has been elected

4)      Vote for a new RGCS chapter in Stuttgart: validated

5)      Vote for a new RGCS chapter in Shanghai: validated

6)      Vote for a new RGCS chapter in San Francisco: validated

7)      Vote for a new RGCS coordinator in Stuttgart: Viktoria Pepler has been elected

8)       Vote for a new RGCS coordinator in Stuttgart: Martin Engstler has been elected

9)      Vote for a new RGCS coordinator in Shanghai: Nikola Zivlak has been elected

10)   Vote for a

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Walking from Montmartre to Montreuil

Walking from Montmartre to Montreuil

By Tadashi Uda (Hokkaido University)

The view from Sacré-Coeur was great. As the terrain in the center of Paris is relatively flat, I could look over the city from there for the first time after coming to Paris.

We found a map at the side of the stairs in front of Basilique. The cityscape of Paris seen from the Sacré-Coeur in 1939 was drawn. I was surprised that there was no big difference between the current landscape and the picture drawn. I wonder if there is a “mega” city that has not changed the figure for 80 years in Japan (Even in Kyoto, the city/landscape has changed a lot except historical sites and a part of areas). The change of the cityscape in Tokyo is tremendous.

Things around us in Paris and Tokyo, for example are almost same. However, I came up with the question that how the difference in

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