In the context of permanent and accelerated change in which we live, developments are no longer gradual, but by crises and breaks more or less important. They are therefore increasingly difficult to anticipate. Faced with this new situation, organizations need to question their ways of doing (management control, hierarchical structure, strategic thinking, etc.) more than ever before, by implementing a more agile and more Flexible to better adapt to the vagaries of the market. In addition, the generation of millennials that succeeded that of babyboomers expects the company to better meet its expectations which are: The search for meaning at work, the need to flourish in a creative environment where collaborative spirit and teamwork are at the forefront. This new generation is no longer in the culture of performance.
After the first wave of innovative organizations (lean, agile companies), in the current context it is imperative for companies to take into account the broader dimension than simply making profits. With the social responsibility of the company (CSR) that it is now required to assume, management is increasingly called upon to take an interest in the question of why (why?) Even before that of how (how ?), So to take seriously the cultural dimension and the values that the organization wishes to incarnate, to live inside and to transmit to the outside.
All this has an impact on the way work is viewed, no longer seen as a mere production activity but as a real activity encompassing all three:
- The objective dimension – the production of goods and services
- The subjctive dimension – individual investment
- The social dimension – work as a place of cooperation and living together
The work and its three dimensions
It is in order to respond to this complex reality underpinned both by the tensions between individual experiences and collective experience and by a transformation of work that we have witnessed over the last thirty years that we have developed a project Accompanied by three complementary aspects: