The construction process of an innovate management device in social and solidarity economy: The case of the foundation Apprentis d’Auteuil

By Sophie Bollinger Raedersdorf

In the social and solidarity economic sector, organizations are becoming more professional and the competition is increasing. Although we can highlight the need for control and management activities, classic tools from capitalistic firms do not appear as being adapted to this sector. Tensions exist between management and social and solidarity objectives. This article use the attention theory to reconcile these two logics and aims to construct an innovate tool, relevant to this sector, accepted and used by all the actors within organizations. JEL Codes: M40


  • social and solidarity economy
  • management information system
  • attention theory
  • translation theory
  • construction process
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