Le management

10 h
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Ce cours de Management est une introduction au fondement des spécialités de gestion.

Il a pour but d'initier à ce qui représente l’ancrage du métier de gestionnaire :

  • la logique formelle, qui valorise la technique;
  • la logique traditionnelle, qui valorise l’harmonie;
  • et la logique charismatique, qui valorise le leadership

Vous apprendrez que ces trois logiques supportent :

  • les processus administratifs,
  • les rôles de gestion
  • et les habiletés de management dont le gestionnaire d’aujourd’hui doit faire preuve.

Vous comprendrez alors que, de cette manière, le gestionnaire peut exercer son métier :

  • en ayant recours au processus de planification, d’organisation, de direction et de contrôle (PODC),
  • en jouant des rôles quotidiens, fonctionnels, hiérarchiques ou d’administration générale,
  • et en développant des habiletés cognitives (le savoir), techniques (le savoir-faire) et sociales (le savoir-être).

Le cours est organisé selon les six modules suivants :

  • Le métier de gestionnaire et l’environnement contemporain du management
  • L’organisation : les cadres techniques
  • L’organisation : les perspectives sociales
  • Les logiques d’action
  • Planifier et organiser
  • Diriger et contrôler




Gilles Cazabon
Ph. D. (sociologie), Maître d'enseignement, Département de management, HEC Montréal (retr.)
HEC Montréal


HEC Montréal (École des Hautes Études commerciales de Montréal), is the independent affiliated business school of the Université de Montréal, and the second oldest management School in Canada. It holds accreditations from AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA, one of two schools in North America to hold triple accreditation in management education. The full name of HEC Montreal was École des Hautes Études Commerciales; the school was renamed HEC Montréal in 2002.

It is known for its international atmosphere, with one third of the students and 40% of professors coming from abroad, and favours a multilingual approach to business education, offering bilingual (French and English) and trilingual (French, English and Spanish) bachelor's degrees, and graduate degrees both in English and in French.


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