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Stratégie et surveillance des environnements concurrentiels

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CONTRIBUTORS:
  Author Baumard, Philippe (Instititut d'Administration des Entreprises d'Aix en Provence)
PUBLISHER:
  Masson  (Paris)
SERIES TITLE:
 
YEAR: 1991
PUB TYPE: Book (ISBN 2-225-82437-1 [pbk])
VOLUME/EDITION:
PAGES (INTRO/BODY): 4,  181 p.
SUBJECT(S): Economic intelligence, intelligence organizations, panoptism, surveillance (technologies and societies), business intelligence organizations, comparative analysis of national intelligence cultures
DISCIPLINE: Business/Management
LC NUMBER: None
HTTP: http://www.iae-aix.com/cv/baumard/strategie_surveillance_environnements.htm
LANGUAGE: French
PUB ID: 103-391-847 (Last edited on 2003/06/29 06:16:53 GMT-6)
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ABSTRACT:


This book presents an historical account of surveillance doctrine, practices and techniques over the past two centuries. Drawing on works for the English utilitarians, the author suggests that the society as a whole is entering in 1991 a "panoptic" era, where both organized spectacular interactions, and tight surveillance, will be longly intertwinned. Derived from Foucault's "Survey and Punish", the book explores how "surveillance principles" traveled from political science, towards the economic arena (utilitarians, liberalism), and finally reaching enterprises and individuals.

The book ends on a thorough analysis of business intelligence organizations, how to implement them, and how to avoid traditional pitfalls. Comparisons of national cultures (Japan, US, France, Germany, etc.) of intelligence production and management are being compared.



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La maîtrise de l'information scientifique, technique, économique, commerciale, juridique et humaine relève d'une véritable stratégie. L'exposé repose sur une analyse originale du rapport entre information et intelligence, et entre intelligence et pouvoir. La surveillance, en tant que technologie du pouvoir, est corrélative de l'évolution historique des rapports sociaux. L'auteur la met ainsi en perspective au point de rencontre de plusieurs disciplines : économie industrielle, sociologie des organisations, économie de l'information et management. Les objectifs, les modalités et les limites de ce système de veille sont envisagées tant du point de vue théorique que dans leurs diverses implications pratiques.
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