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Supporting Professional Transitions in Innovative Projects

  • Valérie Pueyo
  • Pascal Béguin
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 824)

Abstract

Our work focuses on the professional transitions required to address the issues and meet the challenges of sustainable development. We see sustainable development as something that has to be thought out, especially in terms of work activities (to the extent that there will be no sustainability without workers being able to implement it in their work). After having indicated the depth of the changes requested and the corresponding design regime, we make two proposals that are intended to support the professional transitions required by the transition to more sustainable forms of production: namely (i) the implementation of a step-by-step design, and (ii) the creation of a work observatory whose operating methods are described.

Keywords

Innovation Work Activity Design Sustainable development 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University Lyon 2, EVS, UMR 5600, IMULyonFrance

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