Le management public en mutation PDF

This article is an orphan, as no other articles link to it. Econocom Group SE is a European provider of business-to-business digital services. 1986: Jean-Louis Bouchard sells his stake in ECS France to Société Générale but buys back all the foreign subsidiaries and merges le management public en mutation PDF with Econocom, an American SMB he had recently taken over. The subsidiaries and group are renamed « Econocom ».


Né d’un séminaire de recherche  » Politiques, Économie et Management Public « , impulsé par des enseignants chercheurs de l’Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, cet ouvrage collectif, regroupant des contributions d’enseignants chercheurs de toute la France, a pour objectif de mettre en lumière les changements intervenus dans la sphère publique et leurs conséquences sur la gestion des politiques et des organisations publiques. Ce collectif est structuré en cinq thèmes principaux : le premier thème est relatif aux philosophies et aux fondements mêmes du management public, base de toute action. Le second axe souligne la dimension incontournable de l’information dans la sphère publique. Puis, le recours quasi systématique à la contractualisation fait l’objet d’une troisième partie. Le quatrième thème est consacré aux liens entre management public et régulation. Enfin la dernière partie de l’ouvrage est dédiée à l’émergence du développement durable et à ses conséquences sur le management public.

1986: Econocom Belgium is listed on the secondary market of the Brussels stock exchange. 1993: Acquires Asystel Belgium, making Econocom Distribution the leading IT distributor in the Benelux. 1996: Econocom is listed on the primary market of the Brussels stock exchange. 2000: Econocom is listed on the secondary market of the Paris stock exchange. The group diversifies by setting up Econocom Telecom. 2001: The group employs 2000 people.

2005: The group concentrates its business in 5 European countries: Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Spain and Italy. Econocom sells off its Swiss subsidiary and closes its financing operations in the United States. 2006: Branches into telecoms by acquiring Avenir Telecom’s business division. The group doubles its sales force in Italy by acquiring Tecnolease, an Italian IT leasing company.

2008: Acquires Databail, a French IT infrastructure funding company. 2009: Opens a nearshore remote service facility in Rabat, Morocco, which employs 300 multilingual staff. October 2010: Société Générale sells ECS: Jean-Louis Bouchard buys back the company he set up over thirty-five years before and merges it with Econocom. IT estate to Microsoft’s latest operating system. 2011: Véronique di Benedetto, former Deputy Managing Director of ECS, is appointed Deputy Managing Director of the new group and Managing Director of Econocom France.