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The book | Developing Multiple Talents

The book | Developing Multiple Talents | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it

A little blatant self-promotion: This is a new cover I made for my main book: "Developing Multiple Talents: The personal side of creative expression."

 

One of the quotes on the front page of the book site: “If there is one word that makes creative people different from others, it is the word complexity. Instead of being an individual, they are a multitude.” - Creativity researcher Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi.

 

See reviews and excerpts by following the link above.

 

 


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Knowledge creation and social collaboration in the digital workplace

Knowledge creation and social collaboration in the digital workplace | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it

“The only irreplaceable capital an organization possesses is the knowledge and ability of its people.  The productivity of that capital depends on how effectively people share their competence with those who can use it.” – Andrew Carnegie, 1919

The creation of a digital workplace, through the introduction of state-of-the-art ICT technology and new ways of working (NWOW), puts a clear focus on streamlining in-company communication, improving organizational performance, and increasing the overall satisfaction of employees.

In today’s business environment, remote working and collaboration are considered keys to success for organizations of all size. Particularly in enterprises that employ many knowledge workers, introduction of new technology may lead to higher productivity and to a positive change in the company culture.

In 2010, Alcatel-Lucent launched Engage, a social collaboration platform that has become a cornerstone of the company’s global Digital Workplace. With over 70,000 users and more than 4,000 formal and informal communities, Engage facilitates worldwide employee communication and collaboration.

Riding the Knowledge Spiral


Read more at http://www.business2community.com/strategy/knowledge-creation-social-collaboration-digital-workplace-0646313#otjwsiqD214MADib.99


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"Happiness" vs "Meaningfulness": The Surprising Difference

"Happiness" vs "Meaningfulness": The Surprising Difference | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it
Ever wonder whether it’s better to pursue a happy or meaningful life? This article by Clifton Parker unveils what a Stanford faculty expert discovered in her research.While lives of meaningfulness

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Employee Engagement: The Wonder Drug For Customer Satisfaction - Forbes

Employee Engagement: The Wonder Drug For Customer Satisfaction - Forbes | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it
Employee Engagement: The Wonder Drug For Customer Satisfaction Forbes Customer Service Employee Engagement We know for certain that employee engagement and positive business outcomes are correlated, but does engagement truly lead to better...
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Idem... Satisfaction salariés = satisfaction clients...

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The Concept Factory: Why canalizing the collective intelligence turns us into leaders

The Concept Factory: Why canalizing the collective intelligence turns us into leaders | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it

Two of the areas I am most passionate about are consumer behaviour and behavioural economics, and as I read the book The Wisdom of Crowds: Why the Many Are Smarter Than the Few (I can strongly recommend it to anyone that is interested in how opinions are conformed and why self-organization might be the key to success) it sparked a train of thoughts in my mind.


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Daniel Goleman and Daniel Siegel on the benefits of having fun at work - YouTube

Dr. Daniel Siegel talks with Daniel Goleman about the benefits of having fun at work, and why leader's should positively engage their team. Watch the rest of... (The importance of positive engagement at work.
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Gallup's Jim Harter on Worker Engagement - Businessweek

Gallup's Jim Harter on Worker Engagement - Businessweek | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it
Gallup's Jim Harter on Worker Engagement Businessweek But if you look under the hood, you see that the people at the highest levels of engagement worked about 20 percent or less of their time remotely, so it didn't exclude them from working with...
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Le Gallup... ou la déterminantion à encourager l'engagement...

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Collective intelligence: an interview with Pierre Levy | Masters of Media

"Levy is currently working on a research program, called IEML (Information Economy Meta Language). IEML is a metalanguage and proposes itself as the language of collective intelligence. As a metalanguage it differs fundamentally from natural languages we know. This can be best understood in the way it is conceived. Natural languages are, in the first place, the results of a process of documenting the spoken word. A metalanguage is artificial and is a result of formalizing ideas, instead of words. The practice of formalizing ideas in a universally adopted metalanguage is well established in the realm of natural sciences. For centuries now, ideas are being documented in terms of formulas, numbers, equations, molecules etc. There is a finite, well structured toolset at the hands of every natural scientist. "


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luiy's curator insight, December 19, 2013 4:30 PM

The scientific revolution in the human sciences will culminate in collective intelligence, a common good which will throttle human development. In a recent book, Levy proposed a “loose IEML model” to monitor the coordination of human development. The axis of human development are defined by “education, health, sustainable economic prosperity, security, human rights, conservation and enrichment of cultural heritage, environmental balance, scientific and technical innovation” which are in accordance with the United Nations Development Program, Levy assures me. I wondered whether a metalanguage which positions itself functionally as neutral (as opposed to Berners Lee universal ontology) should contain assumptions on how western democratic society is structured to which Levy partly agrees that any metalanguage can’t be neutral:

 

There can be a lot of disagreements about the right ways or methods to improve human development. IEML, as a universal semantic code, can accomodate any method. Above all, IEML provides a common semantic sphere where all disciplines of human sciences can compare their theories and methods and can coordinate their findings at the service of human development. (…) Now, you can say: “Okay, but what if I am against improving health and education because these are western values and / or it has been used to justify western imperialism”. My response is: “It’s up to you!” In general, I do not think that any theory or metalangage can be neutral. Every act, being practical or theoretical, occurs in a hypercomplex context and has an effect on this context. I do not claim any impossible neutrality or objectivity. The objection “you’re not neutral” is besides the point. I have a very precise goal. My aim is to improve human development, collective intelligence and knowledge management in the humanities.

Howard Rheingold's curator insight, December 20, 2013 1:06 PM

Pierre Levy has been thinking about augmented collective intelligence for a long time. How can the disparate pieces of knowledge contributed by myriad online postings in blogs, question and answer sites, Twitter, etc. be connected in various automatic frameworks? Levy believes a metalanguage (HTML can be seen as a metalanguage) is need. 

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In Praise of the Incomplete Leader

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Rechercher, favoriser la complémentarité, accepter ses limites et les valeurs des autres...  la réalité, c'est quoi selon toi superman?

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How to Overcome The 6 Most Toxic Employee Behaviors

How to Overcome The 6 Most Toxic Employee Behaviors | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it
Identify prevent and get rid of the most toxic of workplace behaviors forever. (RT @FastCompany: The old adage that "People are hired for their talents and fired for their behavior" is true.
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12 questions to measure team engagement

12 questions to measure team engagement | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it
How engaged in their work are the people in your team? How do you know? These questions are critical to all managers, whether they manage a team directly or have people spread across the planet over whom they don't have direct control.
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Engagement Versus Motivation - exploreB2B

Engagement Versus Motivation - exploreB2B | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it
Some experts advocate employee engagement, others are strong believers in motivational strategies. But one does notnecessarily exclude the other. There can be circumstances where even an ...

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Concerns about cultural neurosciences: A critical analysis

Ten years ago, neuroscientists began to study cultural phenomena by using functional MRI. Since then the number of publications in this field, termed cultural neuroscience (CN), has tremendously increased. In these studies, particular concepts of culture are implied, but rarely explicitly discussed. We argue that it is necessary to make these concepts a topic of debate in order to unravel the foundations of CN. From 40 fMRI studies we extracted two strands of reasoning: models investigating universal mechanisms for the formation of cultural groups and habits and, models assessing differences in characteristics among cultural groups. Both strands simplify culture as an inflexible set of traits and specificities. We question this rigid understanding of culture and highlight its hidden evaluative nature.


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Collective Intelligence (definitions) | Cogmach

Collective Intelligence (definitions) | Cogmach | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it
“It is a form of universally distributed intelligence, constantly enhanced, coordinated in real time, and resulting in the effective mobilization of skills. I’ll add the following indispensable characteristic to this definition: The basis and goal of collective intelligence is mutual recognition and enrichment of individuals rather than the cult of fetishized or hypostatized communities.”

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The Collective Intelligence: Scientific Proof Thoughts & Intentions Can Alter The Physical World Around Us

Scientific Proof Thoughts & Intentions Can Alter The Physical World Around Us | The Collective Intelligence http://t.co/Lhcz62ySol
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Will You Take The Encourager Challenge? | bdentzy

Will You Take The Encourager Challenge? | bdentzy | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it
The world is full of detractors and distractors and discouragers by you can make a world of difference by simply becoming an encourager. Take the challenge.
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Creating Epic Customer Connections: 6 Win/Win Employee Engagement Tips

Creating Epic Customer Connections: 6 Win/Win Employee Engagement Tips | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it
Employee engagement plays a crucial role in your customer experience. Here are 6 ways to help employees stay connected with customers and with each other.
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L'empathie est impossible à qui n'est pas conforté, soutenu par ses managers... Donc pas de satisfaction client sans satisfaction des salariés... Simple... CQFD...

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Collective Intelligence in Humans: A Literature Review

Collective Intelligence in Humans: A Literature Review | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it

This literature review focuses on collective intelligence in humans. A keyword search was performed on the Web of Knowledge and selected papers were reviewed in order to reveal themes relevant to collective intelligence. Three levels of abstraction were identified in discussion about the phenomenon: the micro-level, the macro-level and the level of emergence. Recurring themes in the literature were categorized under the above-mentioned framework and directions for future research were identified.

 


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Joseph S. Nye on The New Public Diplomacy - Project Syndicate

Joseph S. Nye on The New Public Diplomacy - Project Syndicate | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it
The world of traditional power politics was typically about whose military or economy would win.
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Le soft power, le smart power et l'évolution constructive liée à l'aire de l'accès à l'information: la transparence est "soft".

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Improve profitability by boosting engagement

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Employees in any business want to feel like they are contributing to the company’s success. According to a Corporate Leadership Council survey, employees who are engaged in the workplace are 87 percent less likely to leave the company.
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Lloyd Anderson: New centre will give us soft power - Scotsman

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Lloyd Anderson: New centre will give us soft power
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In the 21st century, nations are increasingly looking to cultural relations or “soft power” rather than hard power – the use of force – to influence international affairs.
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When You Criticize Someone, You Make It Harder for that Person to Change

When You Criticize Someone, You Make It Harder for that Person to Change | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it
The defensive brain is not the listening-and-learning brain.

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Encourager... le soft power qui demande (permet) de gérer ses propres limites!

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An Emotional Approach to Strategy Execution - INSEAD Knowledge

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INSEAD Knowledge An Emotional Approach to Strategy Execution INSEAD Knowledge Although learning about emotional intelligence could help executives deal with emotions in interpersonal interactions or a small group, dealing with the various patterns...
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Good leaders handle vulnerability - as engagement, passion, willingness to "fail big"

Good leaders handle vulnerability - as engagement, passion, willingness to "fail big" | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it
Vulnerability and leadership are not usually words or concepts that we put together

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The Collective Intelligence Genome | Participat...

The Collective Intelligence Genome | Participat... | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it
The Collective Intelligence Genome on Participatory decision making curated by Jamie Billingham (The Collective Intelligence Genome | @scoopit http://t.co/F2rCjZQjfZ)...
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How Visual Storytelling Can Drive Social Media Engagement

How Visual Storytelling Can Drive Social Media Engagement | Encourager l'intelligence collective | Scoop.it

Your audience is spending hours a day on social media, but are you grabbing their attention? If not, the best way is through visual storytelling. (From a young age, people have been entertained with fairy tales, comics, and a good book.


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Christopher Ray's curator insight, November 29, 2013 7:31 PM

Good article. What story are you telling via socail media? Are you telling one at all? Tomorrow is National Shop Local Day. Let's get out and support Salem/Keizer businesses and feed the economy that feeds us! Can I get an Amen?