To succeed today you must be in a constant state of adaptation – continually unlearning old ‘rules’ and relearning new ones. That requires continually questioning assumptions about how things work, challenging old paradigms, and ‘relearning’ what is now relevant in your job, your industry, your career and your life.
here are my five pieces of advice for would-be tinkerers on how to get your first prototype, or any project or goal you have in life, started and how to get it done. And consider checking out my YouTube channel to get more practical advice for would-be student inventors.
Depuis que l’entreprise libérée est devenue en France un des mouvements les plus inspirants pour transformer les entreprises, j’observe qu’il règne encore une certaine confusion sur ses tenants et ses aboutissants.
The future of work is already here. Not only in the minds of some outstanding thinkers, high-minded idealists, quirky innovators and lofty utopians – or people like you who are reading this blog! No, the future of work and organizational leadership is tangible. It is out there in the real world: You can find it in the practice of a few dozen extraordinary, pioneering organizations that have cracked the code, solved the puzzle, removed all doubt. I’m talking about “the Toyotas” of this world. The W.L.Gores, the Southwest Airlines, the Googles, the Handelsbankens, the Semcos. Companies like these have been doing things differently for 20, 30, 40 or even 50 years, in the case of Toyota. Yeah, we heard all that before! you say? Then I ask you: And what have we really learned from these incredibly great companies?
Most of us haven't quite realized there is something extraordinary happening. A few months ago, I freed myself from standard-procedure society. I broke the chains of fear that kept me locked up ...
Via Edouard Siekierski
Gisele HELOU's insight:
"Why is the world changing? In this post, I'll point out the eight reasons that lead me to believe it." Gustavo Tanaka
Some authors talk about successful innovation being the sum of idea plus execution, others talk about the importance of insight and its role in driving the creation of ideas that will be meaningful to customers, and even fewer about the role of inspiration in uncovering potential insight. But innovation is all about value and each of the definitions, frameworks, and models out there and only tell part of the story of successful innovation.
I’m spending a lot of time lately thinking and writing about servant leadership. Although much has been said and written about the topic, I still run into people who don’t quite understand the concept. They tend to think it is about the inmates running the prison, or a leader who tries to please everyone, or…
Ils veulent changer le monde sans changer de boîte. De plus en plus de salariés se lancent dans l’intrapreneuriat social. Il s'agit de créer une autre activité à but social ou environnemental au sein même de son entreprise. En France, le mouvement connait un succès croissant. C'est un pari gagnant-gagnant, pour les salariés et pour l’entreprise. C’est en tous cas ce que soutiennent ces intrapreneurs que nous avons rencontrés.
Alors que le projet de réforme du code du travail veut précariser davantage les salariés, Reporterre a discuté avec Jean-François Zobrist, ancien directeur de Favi, une usine de fonderie où les employés travaillent sans contrôle et en autonomie. Organisés en petites unités autogérées, les ouvriers sont plus heureux et l’entreprise prospère.
Favi est une entreprise de 400 « collaborateurs » spécialisée dans la fonderie et située à Hallencourt (Somme). Ses principaux clients sont les grands groupes industriels (...)
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