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JULIE BÉRUBÉ ET JACQUES-BERNARD GAUTHIER PUBLIENT DANS JOURNAL of MODERN PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Compromise between creative activities and project management activities: a contingency factor est publié dans le numéro Septembre-Décembre 2017 du Journal of Modern Project Management. En voici le résumé : Creative organizations are characterized by project management and struggle with a tension between their creative activities and their project management activities. They must reach a compromise allowing the management of this tension. This research’s objective is to explore this compromise as a contingency factor in the competitive positioning of these organizations in the creative market. Therefore, this research supports existing project management literature on contingency. To do so, we conducted a multiple correspondence analysis with data collected (semi-structured interviews) from 35 creative workers, artistic directors and project managers working in 11 advertising agencies. The theoretical framework of justification of Boltanski and Thévenot (1991, 2006) was used to explore the compromise as a contingency factor. This research proposes a practical and a theoretical contribution. On the one hand, it guides creative organizations wanting to modify their competitive positioning based on managing the compromise of the tension between creative activities and project management activities. On the second hand, it uses an original analysis technique to study the contingency in the management of projects.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND PRACTITIONERS IN THE HEALTH SECTOR: FROM THE QUEBEC HEALTHCARE SYSTEM PERSPECTIVE TO PM LITERATURE REVIEW

UN NOUVEAU WORKING PAPER POUR ABDULLAH AFZAL ET JACQUES-BERNARD GAUTHIER

Voir :
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01579996

Résumé - More and more health care systems are taking the project management route. The present article sets out the results of a literature review (who was produced with the help of ABI/INFORM GLOBAL and covers the period from 1979 to May 2017 inclusively) dealing with project management in the health sector. Consequently, this paper is not a comparative analysis of Quebec’s health systems vis-à-vis the rest of the world’s. Nor is it a theoretical analysis of project management and strategic health systems management. This paper is of interest to practitioners who must manage their health services and social services on a by-project basis because their organization has turned onto the project path. So, what does the discipline of Project Management (a discipline that sees itself as being oriented to practitioners) have to offer to practitioners in the health sector? Results of the literature review indicate that the information technology project management in health sector is the favorite topic of researchers. Furthermore, very little of the research on health sector project management is published in the project management discipline’s journals and, on the other hand, a minority of the articles reviewed make reference to the works that are published in these PM Journals. Although the present article review focuses only on articles with the key words “Health” and “Project Management”, we can conclude that if project management wishes to become a discipline associated with health, it must promote the initiation of research that clearly identifies the real issues involved in a project and its management, in relation to the primary mission of health care systems: care, health services and social services. This paper presents the importance given to project management in the health sector and the theme of health in project management. It demonstrates the lack of emphasis on project management as a lever for health care, health services and social services which is the primary mission of healthcare systems and its practitioners.
Jacques-Bernard Gauthier est coauteur de communications qui ont été présentées dans le cadre :

du 85e congrès de l’Association francophone pour le savoir (ACFAS – mai 2017)
de la 3e Conférence International en Gestion de Projet de l’UQTR (mai 2017)
du congrès 2017 de l’Association des sciences administratives du Canada (ASAC – mai/juin 2017)

Michelle Harbour et Jacques-Bernard Gauthier ont participé au colloque sur la Production et transmission des savoirs scientifiques à l’ère du numérique organisé par Vincent Larivières, Nathalie Fagier et Christine Berthaud dans le cadre du 85e congrès de l’ACFAS. La présentation de Michelle Harbour et de Jacques-Bernard Gauthier avait pour objectif d’analyser les alliances en réseau des entreprises de deux secteurs industriels, des institutions, des ONG et des individus évoluant dans le microcosme d’affaires de la publication de périodiques scientifiques. Au terme de leurs analyses ont été dégagés trois grands types d’alliances structurantes : des alliances homéostatiques, des alliances de pression et des alliances de transition. La communication « Alliances homéostatiques, de pression et de transition : portrait des alliances en réseau structurant le microcosme d’affaires de la publication de périodiques scientifiques » a eu lieu le 9 mai 2017 à l’Université McGill.
Le programme du colloque est disponible en cliquant sur ce lien.

Lors de la 3e Conférence International en Gestion de Projet de l’UQTR, Johanne Paradis et Jacques-Bernard Gauthier ont fait une communication (le 25 mai 2017) qui portait sur les enjeux stratégiques des pratiques de gestion de projet pour la pratique de la pharmacie d’établissement.
Le résumé de la communication est accessible en cliquant sur le présent lien.

Toujours dans le cadre de la 3e Conférence International en Gestion de Projet de l’UQTR, Julie Bérubé et Jacques-Bernard Gauthier ont présenté le 26 mai 2017 sur le compromis entre les activités créatives et les activités de gestion de projet comme un facteur de contingent des projets.
Le résumé de la présentation est accessible en cliquant sur le présent lien.

Enfin, « Creative Organizations: Reaching a Favourable Competitive Positioning in the Creative Market » est le titre de la présentation que Julie Bérubé et Jacques-Bernard Gauthier ont donné dans le cadre du Congrès 2017 de l’ASAC (du 29 mai au 1er juin 2017 à HEC Montréal).
Encore une fois, le résumé de la communication est accessible en cliquant sur le présent lien.

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JULIE BÉRUBÉ AND JACQUES-BERNARD GAUTHIER PUBLISH IN JOURNAL of MODERN PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Compromise between creative activities and project management activities: a contingency factor issue of The Journal of Modern Project Management. Here is the abstract : Creative organizations are characterized by project management and struggle with a tension between their creative activities and their project management activities. They must reach a compromise allowing the management of this tension. This research’s objective is to explore this compromise as a contingency factor in the competitive positioning of these organizations in the creative market. Therefore, this research supports existing project management literature on contingency. To do so, we conducted a multiple correspondence analysis with data collected (semi-structured interviews) from 35 creative workers, artistic directors and project managers working in 11 advertising agencies. The theoretical framework of justification of Boltanski and Thévenot (1991, 2006) was used to explore the compromise as a contingency factor. This research proposes a practical and a theoretical contribution. On the one hand, it guides creative organizations wanting to modify their competitive positioning based on managing the compromise of the tension between creative activities and project management activities. On the second hand, it uses an original analysis technique to study the contingency in the management of projects.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND PRACTITIONERS IN THE HEALTH SECTOR: FROM THE QUEBEC HEALTHCARE SYSTEM PERSPECTIVE TO PM LITERATURE REVIEW

A NEW WORKING PAPER FOR ABDULLAH AFZAL ET JACQUES-BERNARD GAUTHIER

See :
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01579996

Abstract - More and more health care systems are taking the project management route. The present article sets out the results of a literature review (who was produced with the help of ABI/INFORM GLOBAL and covers the period from 1979 to May 2017 inclusively) dealing with project management in the health sector. Consequently, this paper is not a comparative analysis of Quebec’s health systems vis-à-vis the rest of the world’s. Nor is it a theoretical analysis of project management and strategic health systems management. This paper is of interest to practitioners who must manage their health services and social services on a by-project basis because their organization has turned onto the project path. So, what does the discipline of Project Management (a discipline that sees itself as being oriented to practitioners) have to offer to practitioners in the health sector? Results of the literature review indicate that the information technology project management in health sector is the favorite topic of researchers. Furthermore, very little of the research on health sector project management is published in the project management discipline’s journals and, on the other hand, a minority of the articles reviewed make reference to the works that are published in these PM Journals. Although the present article review focuses only on articles with the key words “Health” and “Project Management”, we can conclude that if project management wishes to become a discipline associated with health, it must promote the initiation of research that clearly identifies the real issues involved in a project and its management, in relation to the primary mission of health care systems: care, health services and social services. This paper presents the importance given to project management in the health sector and the theme of health in project management. It demonstrates the lack of emphasis on project management as a lever for health care, health services and social services which is the primary mission of healthcare systems and its practitioners.
Jacques-Bernard Gauthier is the co-author of papers which were presented to :

The 85th congress of the Association francophone pour le savoir (ACFAS- May 2017)
The 3rd International Conference on Project Management at the UQTR (University of Québec at Trois Rivières, May 2017)
The 2017 conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC May/June 2017).

Michelle Harbour and Jacques-Bernard Gauthier participanted in the seminar on production and transmission of scientific knowledge in the digital age organized by Vincent Larivières, Nathalie Fagier and Christine Berthaud as part of the 85th congress of the ACFAS. The purpose of the paper by Michelle Harbour and Jacques-Bernard Gauthier was to analyse the networking alliances of enterprises in two industrial sectors, of institutions, of NGOs and of individuals evolving in the business microcosm of scientific periodical publishing. Their analyses showed the existence of three major structuring alliances: homeostatic alliances, pressure alliances and transition alliances. The paper entitled « Alliances homéostatiques, de pression et de transition : portrait des alliances en réseau structurant le microcosme d’affaires de la publication de périodiques scientifiques » (Homeostatic, pressure and transition alliances: a portrait of network alliances structuring the business microcosm of scientific periodical publishing) has been presented May 9, 2017 at McGill University.
The event program (in french - no translations available) is available by clicking on this link.

At the 3rd International Conference on Project Management at the UQTR (University of Québec at Trois Rivières), Johanne Paradis and Jacques-Bernard Gauthier have presented a paper (May 25, 2017) dealing with strategic challenges linked to project management practices in hospital pharmacies.
A summary of the paper is available by clicking on the present link.

Still within the context of the 3rd International Conference on Project Management at the UQTR, Julie Bérubé and Jacques-Bernard Gauthier (May 26, 2017) made a presentation on the compromise between creative activities and project management activities as a proration factor for projects.
A summary of the presentation is accessible by clicking on the present link.

Finally, “Creative Organizations: Reaching a Favourable Competitive Positioning in the Creative Market” is the title of the presentation that Julie Bérubé and Jacques-Bernard Gauthier gave at the 2017 conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) (May 29 to June 1st 2017 at the Hautes Etudes Commerciales in Montreal).
Again, a summary of this paper is available by clicking on the present link.