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Télétravail, management à distance, travail en équipe, bien-être et performance au travail. Repenser l’organisation du travail, les méthodes de management et les pratiques de travail en équipe dans des organisations en pleines mutations

Abstract : In France, since the 1980s telework is studied and considered by academics and politicians, as a lever for economic and social development for companies, allowing them to gain in performance, while meeting the demands of their employees in terms of work-life quality and work-life balance. Nevertheless, it seems companies undergo development of telework more than they encourage it, as if they perceived neither the stakes nor the benefits of it, in terms of productivity gains and improvement of work-life quality. That’s why, while the research was expecting a massive spread of this practice in the early 21st century, this was not really the case. However, today in a context of a succession of social and sanitary crises, a concern about increased risks and psychosocial disorders, technological changes, the evolution of professional aspirations, and teleworking’s approval by employees, organizations are challenged to redefine their organizational methods, and even encouraged to rethink the notion of work. So, we have to think about how local managers can encourage long-term involvement of their employees remotely, both in their work and in the team, in order to develop their individual and collective performances, while promoting their well-being at work in its social, psychological and physical dimensions. In other words, how to ensure that methods of organizing work remotely can provide answers to current and future societal problems which bring about new challenges to organizations that must ensure the workers’ well-being in a sustainable manner, while remaining focused on productivity, performance, innovation and sustainability. Thus, the main challenge for management is to reconcile the economic requirements of organizations with the multiple needs of employees, in terms of social tie, accomplishment and quest for meaning in work or comfort and security in doing it. That’s why this study deals first and foremost with working premises, in order to understand why they seem to have become unproductive and a source of suffering at work, by threatening the social, mental and physical well-being, as well as employees’ performance. Then it deals with the benefits and risks of teleworking on well-being and performance, before thinking about how to build a « remote proximity management » and some new teamwork methods, in order to limit its risks and take full and lasting advantage of its benefits.
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Clara Laborie. Télétravail, management à distance, travail en équipe, bien-être et performance au travail. Repenser l’organisation du travail, les méthodes de management et les pratiques de travail en équipe dans des organisations en pleines mutations. Gestion et management. 2020. ⟨dumas-02997318⟩

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