Françoise Dany

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R esearch has recognized the transformative dimension of resistance in the workplace. Yet resistance is still seen as an adversarial and antagonistic process that management can accept or reject; thus, understanding how resistance can actually influence workplace change remains a challenge for research. In this paper, we offer an analysis of two situations(More)
(2011). "Academic Careers: The limits of the " boundaryless approach " and the power of promotion scripts." Human Relations 64(7): 971-996. Abstract Despite serious criticism, the boundaryless view of careers still heavily influences research. This paper aims to do more than just challenge the claim that careers are becoming more boundaryless: our goal is(More)
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This paper focuses on the concept of a psychological contract. It argues that research analyzing the employment relationship through this concept tends to overlook the constraints which actually mark the actors' behavoirs. A lot of papers dealing with the Psychological contract approach conveys the view of a free actor. To support this thesis, this paper(More)
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