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Les Scic : entreprises de demain. Le multisociétariat à l’épreuve de la gestion 

Abstract : This article analyses how two SCICs from two different sectors (culture and housing) are organised to bring together a large and diverse group of stakeholders around a single project and what shape the legal notion of multi-stakeholder membership takes in management practices. The article is based on a commissioned comparative case study conducted by PICRI in partnership with CG Scop. The article shows that active multi-stakeholders can be an enormous source of social innovation due to the broad range of skills and business cultures in a SCIC. By helping to define a common project, they play a watchdog role limiting the appropriation of the collective aims by a faction of members. The article also highlights the organisational challenges that multi-stakeholder SCICs face today.
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Charlène Arnaud, Amina Béji-Bécheur, Audrey Bonnemaizon, Pénélope Codello-Guijarro, Pascale Chateau Terrisse, et al.. Les Scic : entreprises de demain. Le multisociétariat à l’épreuve de la gestion . Revue Internationale de l'Economie Sociale, Institut de l'économie sociale, 2016, pp.52-64. ⟨10.7202/1037402ar⟩. ⟨hal-01338819⟩

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