Six Shades of Strategizing: The Humanitarian Action in Perspective

Abstract : This exploratory paper looks into humanitarian development action by suggesting a strategic framework to better understand its stakes for stakeholders. In terms of methodology, the authors use the academic literature to provide an interpretation of the strategizing process. In reference to the two theoretic trends of organised strategic action and of strategy-as-practice, the aim is to introduce an original matrix highlighting six situations of humanitarian development action. The matrix is illustrated by six humanitarian development cases “managerial archetypes”.
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Laetitia Tosi, Gilles Paché, François Fulconis. Six Shades of Strategizing: The Humanitarian Action in Perspective. 5th ICSSEF’2019 - International Conference on Social Sciences, Economics and Finance, Aug 2019, Montréal, Canada. pp. 40-44 [Prix du « Best emergent researcher's paper » attribué par le Comité Scientifique]. ⟨hal-02279196⟩

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