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Six leçons de Saint-Exupéry pour manager son équipe

Six leçons de Saint-Exupéry pour manager son équipe | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Pionnier de l'Aérospostale et écrivain, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry a traversé des moments où sa vie ne tenait plus qu'à un fil, perdu dans la tempête, échoué dans un désert hostile... Il s'est alors tourné vers l'essentiel, comme devraient le faire les managers. L'analyse de Jean Grimaldi d'Esdra, directeur pédagogique à l'Edhec Management.

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All over the world, the collaborative (r)evolution is growing. I am tuned on it. I work with it. I want to share what I collect and reflect with you.
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Accélération, fuite du temps : « Le burn-out menace quasiment tout le monde »

Accélération, fuite du temps : « Le burn-out menace quasiment tout le monde » | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Plus la modernité nous permet, en théorie, de gagner du temps dans nombre de nos actions, plus le « temps libre » semble se faire rare. Cette accélération permanente n’épargne personne, ni aucune sphère de nos vies, selon le sociologue et philosophe Hartmut Rosa. Si elle affecte autant chacune et chacun de nous, c’est qu’elle régit en profondeur les structures des sociétés occidentales. Au point de nous faire perdre de vue ce qui constitue l’essentiel, et de constituer une menace mortelle pour l’avenir de la démocratie et de la planète. Entretien, dans le cadre d’un partenariat avec la Revue Projet.
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« La question de la vie que nous voudrions mener revient exactement à poser celle de la manière dont nous voulons passer notre temps [12]. » Mais l’imagination manque pour la formulation de solutions concrètes. Surtout, la question à poser n’est pas celle de notre adaptation à une vitesse croissante, mais celle d’une société bonne pour les êtres humains.
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Christophe ACHTE's comment, December 30, 2016 10:29 AM
Plus que de machines, c'est d'humanité que nous avons besoin ; plus que d'habileté, nous avons besoin de bonté et de douceur. Sans ces qualités, la vie sera violence et tout sera perdu. — Charles Chaplin (discours du barbier juif dans Le Dictateur) - Chapitre 2.5 En quête de plénitude (processus RH) in "Reinventing Organizations" Frédéric Laloux 2014
Christophe ACHTE's comment, December 30, 2016 10:31 AM
"Nous avançons comme des somnambules vers la catastrophe  »
À force de sacrifier l'essentiel pour l'urgence, on finit par oublier l'urgence de l'essentiel.
Edgar Morin
La méthode, Éthique - 2004
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Cette Amérique populaire, victime du déclin industriel, qui se tourne vers des alternatives locales

Cette Amérique populaire, victime du déclin industriel, qui se tourne vers des alternatives locales | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

Dans l’État de Virginie-Occidentale, au cœur des Appalaches, le déclin de l’industrie du charbon laisse les habitants sans perspective économique. La solution est-elle dans un renouveau de la production agricole ? Apporter aux habitants pauvres de la région une alimentation saine et abordable, c’est en tout cas la mission que se donne la famille McKinney, qui s’occupe d’une banque alimentaire. Et qui encourage les habitants à lancer leurs propres jardins et à produire leur nourriture alors que l’obésité bat des records. Reportage dans l’Amérique des oubliés de la transition industrielle et énergétique, là où s’expérimentent de nouvelles voies vers l’autonomie.


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Innovating in The Matrix – Insights — The Official Collaborne Blog

Innovating in The Matrix – Insights — The Official Collaborne Blog | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Piggybacking on Collaborne’s mission to #OccupyInnovation is a related idea of noteworthy heft. As we have already agreed that every…
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11 Corporate Habits That Kill Your Company’s Innovation Engine

11 Corporate Habits That Kill Your Company’s Innovation Engine | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Big companies have great execution habits to manage and improve proven and successful business models and value propositions. But those execution habits can easily kill any potential new growth engines inside the corporation. In this post we break down the 11 corporate habits killing your company’s innovation engine. How are you avoiding them?
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Bad Habit #9: Innovation is career suicide in most organizations
Bad Habit #10: The innovation engine is siloed from the execution engine
Bad Habit #11: Integrate new ideas into the execution engine too quickly

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The Changing Face of Corporate Intrapreneurship | Innovation Management

The Changing Face of Corporate Intrapreneurship | Innovation Management | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
In early September 85 smart people gathered for two days at the Pfizer conference center in New York City to talk about their practical experience in
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Hands on, practical, insightful and consistent with what is happening in the field and with the challenges the programs I'm involved in are facing.
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Intersection16 & Conference

Intersection16 & Conference | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
A conference about Strategic Enterprise Design, held June 9–10, 2016 in Copenhagen by eda.c.
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World's leading conference on Strategic Enterprise Design Bridging the gap between business, technology and people
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10 HR Trends You'll See In 2016

10 HR Trends You'll See In 2016 | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
The rise of technology and social media have completely redefined the role of Human Resources around the world.

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Improving Employee Experience (EX), Developing the human side of the Business, Relationships, not Programs.

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It Works! People Innovation in the Industry

It Works! People Innovation in the Industry | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

It’s been a blast. A year has passed already since I’ve started getting involved in an amazing people-centric transformation project. Now is a good time to look back and reflect on the progress that happened, what remains to be done, and what I’ve learnt along the way.

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An inspiring story by @Celine Schillinger

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Fujitsu et Leroy Merlin lancent le plus grand FabLab français

Fujitsu et Leroy Merlin lancent le plus grand FabLab français | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Le DG de Fujitsu France Benjamin Revcolevschi et le PDG de Techshop en France, Cedric Huellou, présentaient ce matin le plus grand FabLab de France avec pr

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If you’re not thinking conversation first, you are doing it wrong

If you’re not thinking conversation first, you are doing it wrong | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Conversation is the purest form of interaction and should be the basis for higher level designs.
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"Conversation is the purest interaction possible. It mimics the iterative process people use to think through and analyze decisions and learn new things. In a conversation, a person asks a simple high-level question, then iteratively drills down into specifics, with the option to take a tangent if needed. It’s also very close to how humans naturally analyze problems. "
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Digital Transformation: The 4 Shifts of Corporate Culture — Shift & Shuffle

Digital Transformation - Shift & Shuffle - Medium

Corporate Digital Transformation is about Entrepreneurship. What needs to change in Organisational Culture to make it happen?

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Slack is going to eat your old office software alive

Slack is going to eat your old office software alive | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Slack is quietly building a tool to replace all of your office's software -- and it'll happen before you know it.
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(Empathic Design) Empathy as a Precursor to Innovation 

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Empathy as a Precursor to Innovation
And once again…relationships take centre stage

The role of empathy in innovation is a constant reminder that innovation requires relationships. How can we possibly understand what someone needs if we do not know them?...

 

We need to find the soul of our data and that soul is always found in the stories of those we serve. We need to understand those we serve — the students, their families, our staff, in order to improve upon what we already do. We need to stop acting from what we think we know and listen to those we serve, to find what is truly needed. The key is empathy.

 

Seth Godin


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Make Strategic Thinking Part of Your Job

Make Strategic Thinking Part of Your Job | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

Here are 3 practical ways I’ve helped executives shift their roles to assume the appropriate strategic focus required by their jobs.


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Karl Wabst's curator insight, October 30, 2016 2:12 PM

If you cannot say what your strategy is, you are not leading. People may follow you. One bad day you and your followers will realize you are going in circles.

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Innovation collaborative : un enjeu de processus, pas de projets ! - bluenove

Innovation collaborative : un enjeu de processus, pas de projets ! - bluenove | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Commençons par deux constats : La majorité des processus actuels ne permettent pas de développer l’innovation collaborative (efficace surtout pour la proposition d’idées en silos, peu d’interactions entre les individus contributeurs, et pas de développement d’une véritable culture de la co-construction) En conséquence de ce manque de processus adéquat, la majorité des dispositifs imaginés pour favoriser l’innovation misent tout sur la création de projets ex nihilo (challenge d’idées, programmes d’intrapreunariat, incubateurs, et autres Lab innovation, …) Cela s’explique très bien, puisqu’au sein des entreprises, le fameux fonctionnement en « mode projet » est apparu en opposition au « mode processus », afin de conduire des activités inédites au sein d’environnements incertains… (les fameux projets innovants !) Problème : créer les conditions matérielles, humaines et financières de l’émergence de projets innovants n’est pas aussi simple… et après plusieurs années de retours d’expériences, nombre de challenges d’idées, d’incubateurs, et autres « lab » n’ont pas apporté le succès espéré. Au final, d’un côté on entend « on ne peut pas innover avec un processus structuré », « l’innovation est chaotique par nature, il n’y a pas de règles », et de l’autre les dispositifs de développement accéléré de projets n’assurent au final aucunes conditions de réussite. Ils s’appuient sur une routine « try-many fail-fast » hasardeuse, et nécessitent un investissement colossal pour une perte au feu tout aussi démesurée. Alors, n’y a t’il pas d’autres solutions ? Etes-vous condamnés à exploiter ces dispositifs moyennant de nouvelles itérations d’essais/erreurs ? Heureusement non ! En effet, ce n’est pas parce qu’on a toujours pas trouvé le bon processus, qu’il n’y a pas de bon processus ! Et sur ce point, la recherche académique a avancé bien plus rapidement que les entreprises, si bien que des solutions existent déjà dans la littérature, et ce depuis un moment. Un petit résumé historique s’impose…
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Let Your Workers Rebel

Employee engagement is a problem. To fix it, encourage your workers to break rules and be themselves. We’ll show you who does it right and how you can too.

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Very documented and solid article with cases and benchmark. A must read if you are building the business case for employee #empowerment and #intrapreneurship
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Design Management (An Introduction) - Taking Charge of Processes and People

Design management is a complex field; it doesn’t relate to a single design discipline and the exact responsibilities attached to a design manager will depend on the organization they work for, the size of that organization (and the tier in the hierarchy at which the manager operates), the industry they work in, the current market position and to a large extent the perceived importance of design to the business.That means that defining “design management” becomes a near impossible task
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Intersection16 & Conference

Intersection16 & Conference | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
A conference about Strategic Enterprise Design, held June 9–10, 2016 in Copenhagen by eda.c.
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World's leading conference on Strategic Enterprise Design Bridging the gap between business, technology and people
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PCA Design Management Faculty Member Milan Guenther on Enterprise Design and "Intersection" ++ PARIS COLLEGE OF ART

PCA Design Management Faculty Member Milan Guenther on Enterprise Design and "Intersection" ++ PARIS COLLEGE OF ART | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
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Control stifles creativity and growth

Control stifles creativity and growth | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

 Control is the enemy of creativity!

Creativity is the driving force behind new products, stand out ideas, improved efficiencies and problem solving.  Creativity is the edge your organization needs to remain competitive and to grow.  Creativity can only exist when people are trusted, free of judgment and encouraged to experiment.

To foster a creative environment you need to inject some freedom.  People have to know they are free to break convention and take risks.  They need to be given space to formulate different thinking.  Most importantly, they need to be allowed to make mistakes and fail.  When failure happens – and it will – give people the time they need to study the failure so they can make improvements for next time.

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Design is a conversation - Inside Intercom

As conversational UIs continue to rise, messengers and bots are presenting with us a fundamentally new way to interact with computers.
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"We’re innately tuned to converse with others. It’s how we share knowledge, how we organise ourselves, and how we share emotions. Language has been part of our makeup for hundreds of thousands of years. So of course we message all day long in bursts and binges, with family, friends, and colleagues. Messaging has become a layer through which daily lives are conducted."

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Ichiro Suzuki and Akio Toyoda: Facing Tough Situations Head-on

Tough situations come for anyone and we all have different ways of dealing with them. For Akio Toyoda, the safest course seems to be to run at danger headlon...
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Face and even run towards the danger as it moves on to you to avoid being caught half way where it will hurt you most: a lesson of leadership, agility and resilience learned by the body playing field hockey.

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How Companies Are Using LEGOs to Unlock Talent Employees Didn’t Know They Had - Nextgov.com

How Companies Are Using LEGOs to Unlock Talent Employees Didn’t Know They Had - Nextgov.com | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

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