Au-delà de la croissance rapide : combiner le paradoxe et la logique dominante pour un modèle d’hypercroissance durable

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Chanut-Guieu, Cécile; Guieu, Gilles; Tannery, Franck; Dana, Léo-Paul;
(2014)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: [SHS.GESTION]Humanities and Social Sciences/Business administration | JEL : M - Business Administration and Business Economics • Marketing • Accounting • Personnel Economics/M.M1 - Business Administration | logique dominante | Paradoxe | Croissance | Pme | [ SHS.GESTION ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Business administration | Hypercroissance | JEL: M - Business Administration and Business Economics • Marketing • Accounting • Personnel Economics/M.M1 - Business Administration

International audience; Au-delà de la croissance rapide: Combiner le paradoxe et la logique dominant pour un modèle d'hypercroissance durable Résumé : Lorsque la PME est en croissance rapide, les enjeux qu'elle doit relever sont nombreux et exigeants. Ceci est encore pl... View more
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