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Management. En entreprise libérée, « on partage le contrôle »

Témoignage « L'entreprise libérée (1), c'est du management, mais autrement.
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Successful Leaders Know What Made Them Who They Are

Successful Leaders Know What Made Them Who They Are | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it

As chairman of the Washington Speakers Bureau, Bernie Swain posed one simple question to 100 of the eminent people that his company represents. People like Madeleine Albright, Tom Brokaw, Colin Powell, Terry Bradshaw and Condoleezza Rice were asked to identify the one person, event, or influence that made them who they are as a leader and a person.

 


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, September 7, 3:35 PM

The overriding lessons from Bernie Swain's questioning is that successful leaders are self-aware. They have an inner voice and pay attention to it. They understand the defining moments of their lives and thereby better understand their own strengths, biases, and weaknesses as leaders.

 

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The 5 Most Important Characteristics of Great Teams, According to Science

The 5 Most Important Characteristics of Great Teams, According to Science | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it

In all aspects of our life, teamwork plays a vital role. Whether we're on a field or in the boardroom, we engage with and depend on others to accomplish virtually every task.

Because we depend so heavily on teams, we don't want to leave it to chance to construct and manage them.

 

Fortunately for us, researchers and entrepreneurs Rich Karlgaard and Michael S. Malone distill the process of creating the highest performing teams in their best-selling book, Team Genius: The New Science of High Performing Teams.

 

Here are five of the most important factors for high-performing teams, along with some unusual findings that may contradict your previous assumptions about successful-team building.

1. Self-awareness at the team level.

While teams consist of individuals, a cohesive team is in fact a stand-alone, unified structure. The book presents a list of 20 questions that a leader should answer when assembling a team. Huffington Post writer Vanessa Van Edwards boils down the 20 questions to five "power questions:"

Are you in the right team in the right moment?

Can your team stay ahead of the changes in your industry?

Are your teams the right size for the job?

Do you have the right people in the right positions on your team?

Is your team prepared for a crisis, disruption, or change in leadership?

 


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belgianfacilities's comment, September 1, 12:02 AM
Awe-inspiring...!!
Terry Yelmene's curator insight, September 1, 5:42 AM
My takeaways; few things are as important as the dynamics and mechanics of human-to-human interactions and the power of two(2) in doing work can not be overstated.  (Note: pair-programming gets this right!)
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Is Artificial Intelligence the Next Frontier for Identity Management?

Identity management professionals have seen significant changes in the industry in recent years, and the pace of change is only accelerating. In the past, workforce Identity and Access Management (IA…

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Princeton Study Observes Group Consciousness Has Physical Effects On World During Large-Scale Events

Princeton Study Observes Group Consciousness Has Physical Effects On World During Large-Scale Events | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it
For the first time in scientific history researchers have discovered that group consciousness (i.e. collective consciousness) elicits physical changes in the physical world around us. Researchers made the discovery in a groundbreaking study from Princeton University's PEAR Laboratory (Princeton

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(Future 10) Three More ‘Must Read’ Books about our Future

(Future 10) Three More ‘Must Read’ Books about our Future | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it
Recommended reading if you want to know what is Changing Fast. I. "Exponential Organizations" Exponential Organizations: Why new organizations are ten times better, faster, and cheaper than yours (and what to do about it) Paperback – October 14, 2014 by Salim Ismail (Author), Michael S. Malone (Author), Yuri van Geest (Author), Peter H. Diamandis (Foreword)…

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Microsoft's paid $60 per LinkedIn user – and it's a bargain, because we're mugs

Microsoft's paid $60 per LinkedIn user – and it's a bargain, because we're mugs | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it
Until we price our personal data we'll keep on being fleeced

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Open source is now the default

Open source is now the default | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it
The annual Future of Open Source survey confirms what we all suspected: Open source has won. Companies are wising up to the power of contribution and cooperation. Those who engage benefit from lower friction in their ongoing operations - reducing the burden of regressions, improving the flow of innovation and sharing the task of security review. It’s the ultimate IT lubricant in the Internet age.

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Black Duck Software's curator insight, July 27, 3:43 PM
Another good article about the Future of Open Source survey conducted with North Bridge
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The Passions and the Interests: Unpacking the 'Sharing Economy' by Cristiano Codagnone, Federico Biagi, Fabienne Abadie :: SSRN

The Passions and the Interests: Unpacking the 'Sharing Economy' by Cristiano Codagnone, Federico Biagi, Fabienne Abadie :: SSRN | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it
Digital platforms generally placed under the ‘sharing economy’ and various other labels match different groups of users and providers and enable the increase in
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LibreOffice dans le cloud : Office365 en embuscade ?

LibreOffice dans le cloud : Office365 en embuscade ? | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it
Ce projet open-source, encore en version bêta, vise à proposer l’utilisation de LibreOffice dans le cloud. Un potentiel concurrent, mais ouvert, à Office 365 de Microsoft.

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New Commons: [verslag] Assembly of the Commons 10/05: complementaire munten

New Commons: [verslag] Assembly of the Commons 10/05: complementaire munten | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it

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11 Helpful Resources for Improving Your Business Skills

Check out this list of the best resources to help you hone your business skills, from people management and public speaking to accounting and finance.
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People Won’t Grow If You Think They Can’t Change

People Won’t Grow If You Think They Can’t Change | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it

Have you ever worked hard to improve a valuable skill and made real progress, only to have your development go unnoticed by the people who told you that you needed to improve? Perhaps this led you to look for a new job. Or maybe you’re a manager who’s been disappointed by poor performance and concluded that your low-performing employees are simply over-entitled? So you gave up on trying to help them improve and vented your frustration with colleagues behind closed doors.

Both of these commonplace experiences point to problems caused by a fixed mindset, in which we find it hard to believe that people can change. In the first scenario, an employee is judged as having low potential—and this assessment blinds leaders to the progress he’s made. In the second, the manager’s conviction that her employees will never change makes her less likely to engage in leadership behaviors that support development. The bottom line in both cases is that employees are less likely to reach their potential.


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whooptrip's curator insight, April 22, 1:36 AM

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Susanna Lavialle's curator insight, April 24, 5:32 PM
Don't be blocked by your past experiences or other peoples' opinions or prejudices. You have the team and its your role to enable them. Give the person a target and the means, and organize the support to get there. With a real chance to make a difference, contribute to the common project goals and improve their skills they may very well succeed and surprise you.
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Get More Done: 15 Things the Most Successful People Do Differently to Be More Productive

Get More Done: 15 Things the Most Successful People Do Differently to Be More Productive | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it

1. They focus on minutes, not hours.

Average performers default to hours and half-hour blocks on their calendar. Highly successful people know there are 1,440 minutes in every day and there is nothing more valuable than time. Money can be lost and made again, but time spent can never be reclaimed.

As legendary Olympic gymnast Shannon Miller told him, "To this day, I keep a schedule that is almost minute by minute."

You must master your minutes to master your life.

 

2. They focus only on one thing.

Ultra productive people know their Most Important Task (MIT) and work on it for one to two hours each morning, without interruptions.

Tom Ziglar, CEO of Ziglar Inc., said, "Invest the first part of your day working on your number one priority that will help build your business."

What task will have the biggest impact on reaching your goal? What accomplishment will get you promoted at work?


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 29, 7:54 PM

And the best part is, you can adopt them all.

Ąžuolas Lomonosovas's curator insight, October 2, 5:25 AM

Easy guide for more productivity. You don't need to work harder, you need to work smarter.

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IoT Raises New Legal Challenges For Business

IoT Raises New Legal Challenges For Business | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it

Privacy, security, and data ownership issues surrounding Internet of Things devices are creating a host of new legal questions and problems. Here's what's happening now, and what you need to know.


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Richard Platt's curator insight, February 2, 5:18 PM

For example, VTech is being sued in Illinois for fraud and deceptive business practices, breach of contract, breach of good faith and fair dealing, breach of implied warranty, and negligence. Its product was allegedly vulnerable to a SQL injection attack that allowed hackers to steal the personal information of 2.8 million parents and children.

New classes of devices, including wearables and drones, are collecting information that may not have been available previously, or may not have been cost-effective to procure, particularly in a persistent way, in the past.  "Consumers are going to be providing information to products in a new way that companies have not thought of. Those companies may not have thought about privacy the same way an Internet-facing line of business in the same organization would," said Nicholas Merker, co-chair of the data security and privacy practice at law firm Ice Miller, in an interview. "If you've never captured information in your product and you want to start now, you're going to have some of the problems folks had in the Internet era when they started doing the same thing."

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Blockchain The Evolution of the Internet, IoT and Circular Economy Part 3

Blockchain The Evolution of the Internet, IoT and Circular Economy Part 3 | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it
Blockchain The Evolution of the Internet, IoT and Circular Economy Part 3 With the advent of the so-called blockchain revolution, it is important to contex

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Profit and Gift in the Digital Economy - P2P Foundation

Profit and Gift in the Digital Economy - P2P Foundation | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it

"Our economy is neither overwhelmingly capitalist, as Marxist political economists argue, nor overwhelmingly a market economy, as mainstream economists assume. Both approaches ignore vast swathes of the economy, including the gift, collaborative and hybrid forms that coexist with more conventional capitalism in the new digital economy. Drawing on economic sociology, anthropology of the gift and heterodox economics, this book proposes a groundbreaking framework for analysing diverse economic systems: a political economy of practices. The framework is used to analyse Apple, Wikipedia, Google, YouTube and Facebook, showing how different complexes of appropriative practices bring about radically different economic outcomes. Innovative and topical, Profit and Gift in the Digital Economy focusses on an area of rapid social change while developing a theoretically and politically radical framework that will be of continuing long-term relevance. It will appeal to students, activists and academics in the social sciences."

 


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Michel Bauwens Explains the Great Value-Shift of Our Time

Michel Bauwens Explains the Great Value-Shift of Our Time | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it
Photo credit: Sebastiaan ter Burg via Foter.com / CC BY. Article cross-posted from Bollier.org.

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Une startup française veut convertir n'importe quelle voiture à l'électrique

Une startup française veut convertir n'importe quelle voiture à l'électrique | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it
Ian Motion souhaite transformer les modèles anciens en véhicule électrique, elle commencerait par l’Austin Mini, une voiture lancée en 1989. Après transformation, celle-ci bénéficierait d’une autonomie de 150 kilomètres avec une charg

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Inequalities in Open Source Software Development: Analysis of Contributor’s Commits in Apache Software Foundation Projects

Inequalities in Open Source Software Development: Analysis of Contributor’s Commits in Apache Software Foundation Projects | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it
While researchers are becoming increasingly interested in studying OSS phenomenon, there is still a small number of studies analyzing larger samples of projects investigating the structure of activities among OSS developers. The significant amount of information that has been gathered in the publicly available open-source software repositories and mailing-list archives offers an opportunity to analyze projects structures and participant involvement. In this article, using on commits data from 263 Apache projects repositories (nearly all), we show that although OSS development is often described as collaborative, but it in fact predominantly relies on radically solitary input and individual, non-collaborative contributions. We also show, in the first published study of this magnitude, that the engagement of contributors is based on a power-law distribution.

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Why The Sharing Economy Is More Than a Trend--It's a Revolution

Why The Sharing Economy Is More Than a Trend--It's a Revolution | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it
Exchange based marketplaces and new currencies may represent the future of the economy.
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What if…public libraries could anchor a platform cooperative?

What if…public libraries could anchor a platform cooperative? | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it
We recently published our submission to the Libraries Taskforce consultation about its draft strategy – Libraries Deliver: An Ambition for Public Libraries in England 2016-21.
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The Pain You Feel is Capitalism Dying — Personal Growth

The Pain You Feel is Capitalism Dying - Personal Growth - Medium
It can be very confusing to know that you won’t find a decent job, pay off student loans or put in a down payment on a h…
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How Decision-Making Is Different Between Men And Women And Why It Matters In Business - Forbes

How Decision-Making Is Different Between Men And Women And Why It Matters In Business - Forbes | Bedrijfsadvies | Scoop.it

In my work as a leadership trainer and a career success coach for women over 11 years, it’s become abundantly clear that the quality of one’s decision-making is not only a critical factor in her professional success and impact, but also reflects a wide range of influences that we’re typically unaware of, including core values, internal preferences, societal influences, social abilities, cultural training, neurobiology, comfort with authority and power, and much more.

To learn more about decision-making in general, and key differences between the way men and women make decisions in particular, I asked Dr. Therese Huston to share her insights. Therese was the founding director of what is now the Center for Faculty Development at Seattle University and has spent the past fifteen years helping smart people make better decisions. She has written for the New York Times and Harvard Business Review, and her first book, Teaching What You Don't Know, was published by Harvard University Press. Her current book How Women Decide: What's True, What's Not, and What Strategies Spark the Best Choices “pries open” stereotypes about women’s decision-making and serves as an authoritative guide to help women navigate the workplace and their everyday life with greater success and impact.


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rodrick rajive lal's curator insight, May 12, 11:22 PM
Women make for good leaders, and it is high time we accepted this as an emerging reality. In the education sector, especially school education, women are more successful as principals and managers. The reason is perhaps that they are less likey to make wrong decisions under duress.
Walter Gassenferth's curator insight, May 15, 4:11 PM
Decision-making is a very important topic and often overlooked by companies. For those who speak the Spanish or Portuguese, more about decision-making can be read in http://www.quanticaconsultoria.com
S3 Inc's curator insight, May 26, 1:53 PM

S3 Inc is a women owned technical services company. Learn about the differences between men and women in decision-making and its importance in business in this article from Forbes.

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Whose money is it?

Money is currently produced by a ‘public-private partnership’ between the state and the financial sector, a partnership whose nature remains obscure to the great majority of the population. Is another distribution of knowledge – and hence of power – possible? This, argues, Geoffrey Ingham, remains the crucial question for socialists.

 


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