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02/10/2021    
 Loris Guery leaves Ripco to invest in other missions
After serving for almost three years as Ripco's Associate Editor, Loris Guery has decided to leave the journal to pursue other missions. Loris had joined the editorial team in early January 2019. During his tenure, he greatly contributed to advancing the academic quality of the journal. The entire Ripco team wishes him every success in his new position.


31/05/2021    
 Registration for 2021 RIPCO Reseach Day is now open
Registration for the 2021 Ripco Research Day is now open to everyone. It is free but mandatory. We invite you to follow the day in its entirety to the extent of your possibilities (opening session, parallel sessions, plenary and closing session). Please note that at the end of the plenary session, we will take stock of this day, we will announce the winners of the distinctions (best communication in connection with the focus of the day, best communication communication outside the focus and best communication for young researchers). All information relating to registration is already available online: detailed program of the day, abstracts of communications and list of contributors. You can also download the PDF version of the brochure with all the information and the poster of the day to distribute. We will send all registrants before June 15 the Zoom connection links to connect to the sessions of the day. We also invite you to widely distribute the brochure in your academic network so that the audience is larger. Happy registrations then!

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07/05/2021    
 2021 RIPCO Research Day: key figures
44 proposals have been accepted for presentation at the next RIPCO Research Day which to be held on June 15 online. A total of 85 from 10 countries and 62 different academic institutions will present their contributions. Sylvie Guerrero, professor at the University of Quebec in Montreal (Canada), Chris Laszlo, professor at the Weatherhead School of Management (United States) as well as Florence Legros, CEO of ICN Business School, will do us the honor of to be our guests.

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Volume XXVII | Numéro 69 | 2021 | Regular Issue
Content
Alice FRISER, Stéphanie YATES
Social acceptability in Québec: a new normative tool for public action
Louis SIMARD
The social acceptability hardship, or the disputed composition of the collective
Rémi BARBIER
The social reception of coastal risk management: an insight through the prism of participatory simulation
Marion AMALRIC, Nicolas BECU
Blue growth facing citizen protests: analysing the participative democracy process from four case studies in Brittany (France)
Charlène KERMAGORET, Katia FRANGOUDES
Public participation and management of natural resources: what potential influence for participants?
Élizabeth DURAND, Charles DUPREZ, Stéphanie YATES
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Under press
 
 
Volume XXVII | Numéro 70 | 2021 | Régular Issue
Content
Franck BIETRY, Anne-Laure GATIGNON, Silvester IVANAJ, Jean-Luc MORICEAU, Elen RIOT
Managing religious fact and inclusion injunctions: a source of role tensions for proximity managers? Study of the issue of wearing the veil within a large french telecommunications company.
Jean-Christophe VOLIA
Gaussian graphical models: what contributions for exploratory data analysis in organizational behavior?
Alain LACROUX
Founders, external funders, and governance models of newly founded nonprofit social service organizations: Evidence from the Sahel region of Tunisia
Riadh CHBILI, Lassâad LAKHAL
Team improv-adapt framework: Deconstructing and recombining team adaptation and team improvisation through a process perspective.
Antonio ABRANTES CUNHA MENESES, Ana Margarida PASSOS, Miguel PINA E CUNHA, Patrícia LOPES COSTA
Concertation spaces as a lever for taking charge of the paradoxes of public action in project context.
Philippe ANTON, Amaury GRIMAND, Stéphane BELLINI, Audrey BECUWE, Magali BOESPFLUG
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Fothcoming issue
 
 
Volume XXVII | Numéro 71 | 2021 | Regular Issue
Arts and organizations: from individuals to structures, the inseparable aesthetic dimension of politics
Content:
Trans-Formational Qualities of the Dys-&-Functional – The interplay of the questioning Senses of Real, the quest for a Sense of the Possible and enacting a Sense of the Doable – Non-linear perspectives on spiraling moves
Wendelin KÜPERS
Resistances to the aestheticization of the world: scenes and performances.
Jean-Luc MORICEAU, Carlos MAGNO CAMARGOS MENDONÇA, Isabela PAES
‘Scritptology’ The Art of Édouard Louis (re-)viewed
Hugo LETICHE
Art and Aesthetics in Sustainability Education Insights into Beautifying Management Education with François Jullien
Sybille PERSSON, Paul SHRIVASTAVA, Laszlo ZSOLNAI
Becoming Monk
Luc PETERS
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Ripco's 2nd Research Day
 

On June 15, 2021, RIPCO held its 2nd Research Day, with very positive results.

The day began with the opening session with Silvester Ivanaj (Editor-in-Chief of RIPCO); Serge Kebabtchieff (Director of ESKA Publishing and RIPCO Publishing Director); and Paul Shrivastava (Chief Sustainability Officer, Director, Penn State's Sustainability Institute).

The 44 accepted papers were presented during the day. The quality of the presentations was highlighted by several moderators as well as by the participants. The presentations followed by the questions/answers were very enriching. All sessions combined, 235 people participated in this 2nd Research Day.

The day ended with the intervention of Sylvie Guerrero (University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada) who proposed a conference on the study of positive organizational behaviors, its fundamentals and its challenges. It was very "refreshing", according to some participants. Indeed, Sylvie invited us to take a different perspective than the one usually considered in the study of organizations. Namely, to move from the individual to the group in order to create a benevolent culture of positivity within organizations, through the recognition of the strengths and psychological resources of each individual.

Three papers were distinguished :

Best Communication in Positive Organizational Behavior: Bomoya Laetitia ADOU, Julie DEXTRAS-GAUTHIER and Marie-Ève DUFOUR Laval University - Laval Campus (Canada) for their paper "Transmission of mental health at work from the manager to the employees: the mediating role of the emotional intelligence of the supervisor and the moderating role of the organizational culture".

Best communication in organizational behavior: Aude Montlahuc-Vannod and Jean-Philippe Bouilloud for ESCP Business School for their communication "Desperately seeking agility: a study of the identity reinvention of managers in outplacement".

Young researcher best communication: Sophie Szymkoviak from the IUT Littoral Côte d'Opale for her paper " Les réseaux de bien-être au travail ".

Our thanks go to all the people who contributed to the success of this 2nd Research Day, to the RIPCO editorial team for the organization of this day, to the communicators for the quality of their work and to the participants who were numerous to accompany us and to enrich the exchanges.

The focus for the next RIPCO Research Day will be communicated soon. And we hope that many of you will join us on this occasion.

 
   
 
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