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« Slashers », pluriactivité et transformations du travail : opportunité ou menace pour le management ?

« Slashers », pluriactivité et transformations du travail : opportunité ou menace pour le management ?

By François-Xavier de Vaujany, Université Paris Dauphine – PSL

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Pluriactif !

Les exemples abondent autour des nous : journaliste-écrivain, chauffeur privé-gérant d’une supérette, infirmier-professeur de yoga, enseignant en anglais-traducteur, freelancer multiple… Les pluriactifs n’ont jamais été aussi nombreux. Ils incarnent à la fois un espoir (dans la lutte contre le chômage et l’augmentation du niveau de revenu) et une inquiétude (notamment celle d’une société faite de travailleurs plus fragiles et plus dépendants).

 

La pluriactivité : un phénomène complexe et difficile à quantifier

Une étude du salon des microentreprises en dénombrait 4,5 millions en 2015. Ils sont plutôt jeunes (22 % des actifs de moins de trois ans auraient au moins deux activités) et pour 64 % d’entre eux motivés par la recherche de revenus complémentaires. Freelancers pour 10 %, associés pour 6 % ou dirigeants d’entreprise à hauteur de 5 %, ils sont 7 % à tester … Read more

New RGCS chapters

New RGCS chapters

Dear all,

I am particularly happy to share with you tonight the results of our online vote.

26 RGCS coordinators have voted online about the creation of 6 new RGCS chapters and the names of 17 new coordinators.

The opening of our new chapters in Milan, Singapore, Tokyo, Stockholm, Helsinki and New York has been validated by 100% of the votes!

Same thing for the names of the coordinators of each chapter!

Welcome to our new RGCS coordinators Perttu Salovaara, Nina Kivinen, Charles-Baptiste Gérard, Xavier Pavie, Matt Statler, Anne-Laure Fayard, Emilie Rheinhold, Lucia Crevani, Guy Parmentier, Amadou Lo, Cristina Rossi, Paola Rovelli,
Gianandrea Ciaramella, Chiara Tagliaro, Chiara Mizzi, Tadashi Uda and Tomazaku Abe.

Looking forward to meeting all of them ver soon in London!
Best
François-Xavier de Vaujany, president of RGCS

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1st RGCS OOSE” Organization and Organizing in the Sharing Economy” as an off of the 33rd EGOS

By Marie Hasbi (Université Paris II), Albane Grandazzi (Université Paris-Dauphine), Stéphanie Faure (Université Paris-Dauphine), François Delorme (Université Grenoble II, CERAG),Roser Pujadas (LSE) & Aurore Dandoy (Université Paris-Dauphine)

Acknowledgements:

We would like to express our great appreciation to the following persons who have generously offered their help in the organization of this event.

Jonathan Schmidt (Phd student at CBS), Mogen Pedersen (Professor at CBS), Frederik Tauber (CCO of BLOXHUB), Rasmus Vestergrard (Coordinator of Copenhagen Fablab)

On the 5th July 2017 at Copenhagen, CBS hosted the first OOSE event. The main topic of this year is related to contradictions and paradoxes of the sharing economy. Indeed, sharing economy has a contested nature.

Our event was divided into three parts.

 

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The first parts took place in Bloxhub. It started by a presentation of this innovative place by Jonathan Schmidt and Frederik Tauber.

BLOXHUB Copenhagen is an innovation space Read more

1st OOSE” Organization and Organizing in the Sharing Economy” as an off of the 33rd EGOS

By Marie Hasbi (Université Paris II), Albane Grandazzi (Université PSL Paris-Dauphine), Stéphanie Faure (Université PSL Paris-Dauphine), François Delorme (Université Grenoble II, CERAG),Roser Pujadas (LSE) & Aurore Dandoy (Université PSL Paris-Dauphine)

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Acknowledgements:

We would like to express our great appreciation to the following persons who have generously offered their help in the organization of this event.

Jonathan Schmidt (Phd student at CBS), Mogen Pedersen (Professor at CBS), Frederik Tauber (CCO of BLOXHUB), Rasmus Vestergrard (Coordinator of Copenhagen Fablab)

On the 5th July 2017 at Copenhagen, CBS hosted the first OOSE event. The main topic of this year is related to contradictions and paradoxes of the sharing economy. Indeed, sharing economy has a contested nature.

Our event was divided into three parts.

 

************ First Part ************

The first parts took place in Bloxhub. It started by a presentation of this innovative place by Jonathan Schmidt and Frederik Tauber.

 

BLOXHUB Copenhagen … Read more

Enquête FNEGE 2018 « Nouvelles pratiques de travail »

Enquête FNEGE 2018 « Nouvelles pratiques de travail »

 

The FNEGE (Fondation Nationale pour l’Enseignement de la Gestion d’Entreprise) will launch in January 2018 a study about new work practices.

It will be an opportunity to explore the relationships between the new world of work (e.g. collaborative entrepreneurship, freelancing, mobile work, remote work, coworking, makers, DIY…) and the old, secular world, of academia. Participants will analyze the possible role of universities and business schools in the transformation of organizations and society, what they do and what they could do to participate to these transformations. They will also analyze how new work practices could be adopted further by universities and business schools.

Pierre-Yves Gomez (EMLyonbusinessschool, IFGE) and François-Xavier de Vaujany (PSL, Université Paris-Dauphine, DRM) will be the coordinators of this project whose results will be presented in front of deans in June 2018.

L’enquête FNEGE 2018 will  be in partnership with l’IFGE and RGCS.

For more information: Enquête FNEGE Read more

RGCS Toulouse launched during the FabLab Festival – on the 12th of May

RGCS Toulouse launched during the FabLab Festival – on the 12th of May

by Amélie Bohas (Aix-Marseille Université), Constance Garnier (Telecom Paris-Tech) and Stéphanie Faure (Université PSL Paris-Dauphine)

In April 2017, a brand new RGCS (Research Group on Collaborative Spaces) chapter opened in Toulouse. So as to start this adventure in a collective and open way, a first convivial meeting gathering 30 people interested in the global RGCS dynamic and those who are especially concerned by the Toulouse’s chapter took place during the FabLab Festival. As Toulouse, through it’s festival organized by Artilect, became a major meeting point for fabbers and for all those who are sensitive to the open-fabrication-places growing movement, we focused this opening workshop on FabLabs & Research considerations :

  • Which are the different angles to approach FabLabs (and all makerspaces) in the ongoing research ?
  • Which are the links between the researchers and the fabbers, and how could they be enhanced ?
  • What is the RGCS network ?
  • How
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Opening and re-inventing research practices in management? Around learning expeditions

Opening and re-inventing research practices in management? Around learning expeditions

By François-Xavier de Vaujany, Université Paris Dauphine

Between the 11th and 15th June, a group of French academics participated to a learning expedition in Tokyo called #visualizinghacking2017. This event was organized by an academic network (the Research Group on Collaborative Spaces) focusing both on the study of third-places and collaborative spaces (e.g coworking spaces, makerspaces, fab labs and hackerspaces) and their use as possible boundary-spanners and levers for change in academic practices.

Numerous places were visited, from Lodge (at Yahoo Japan) a coworking space on Monday to Creww an accelerator on Thursday. Based on all the questions and online/offline reactions we received , here are a couple of first quick thoughts based on this experimentation and other ones organized by the same network (#collday2107, #visualizinghacking2016, #RGCS2016 and 2015/2016 RGCS live events). These are just first, intuitive and exploratory ideas. More systematic research about the online … Read more

« Collaborative finance for collaborative spaces », #RGCSBarcelona seminar on fablabs & crowdfunding

« Collaborative finance for collaborative spaces », #RGCSBarcelona seminar on fablabs & crowdfunding

By Heloise Berkowitz (Ecole Polytechnique, i3-CRG)

We thank IBEI for graciously hosting the event and for Carlos, Helena and Gloria for their precious help in organizing the seminar. And we thank our three presentators : Ignasi Capdevila (PSB), Tomas Diez (Fab City Research Lab Director, Smart Citizen Co-founder) and Sergi Figueres Moret (former IBEI student, co-founder and CEO of “Worldcoo”).

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On the 25th of May, Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals hosted a #RGCSBarcelona seminar on “Collaborative finance for collaborative spaces”. The objective was to open a dialogue between two dimensions of the collaborative economy: fab labs and crowdfunding. Indeed, the collaborative economy not only deeply transforms and challenges working practices, but also calls for rethinking funding models and financial systems.

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A demonstration of percussions opened the seminar, right below the windows of the classroom.

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The seminar started with a presentation by Ignasi CapdevilaRead more