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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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Coworking : la montée en puissance d'une nouvelle organisation de travail

Coworking : la montée en puissance d'une nouvelle organisation de travail | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

Les lieux de travail partagé et collaboratif se développent partout dans le monde. Les entreprises, en quête d'innovation et de nouveaux modèles, commencent à s'y intéresser.

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Le bureau sans la vie de bureau mais avec le sentiment d'appartenance et la stimulation... que demander de plus ?..

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Serious about Fun

Serious about Fun | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Image source Woody Allen said, “Most of the time I don't have much fun. The rest of the time I don't have any fun at all.” On the other hand, Thomas Edison remarked, “I never did a day's work in my...
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Management collaboratif : le nouveau "vivre ensemble" de l’entreprise

Management collaboratif : le nouveau "vivre ensemble" de l’entreprise | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Et si c’était ça, la vraie révolution dans le monde économique du XXIe siècle : l’installation de l’homme au centre du dispositif de l’entreprise ?
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The Container Store: How to Create an “Employee-First” Culture

The Container Store: How to Create an “Employee-First” Culture | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
What does it mean to have an employee-first culture, and why is it worthwhile?
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Culture drives the value of our business.  Staying true to our seven Foundation Principles, the tenets of Conscious Capitalism and working to build an organization where everyone associated with it can THRIVE helps us to be a financially healthy company.  And profits aren’t a bad thing.  Without them we can’t properly take care of our employees, we can’t pay our bills on time and we can’t give back to our local communities.

When employees feel safe and secure, challenged, empowered, cared for, are well-paid, communicated to in an extremely transparent and compassionate way, they tend to take really, really great care of our customers.  They’re excited to come to work alongside other great people, they’re extremely productive and committed to helping the company succeed.  And if our employees and customers are ecstatic, then our shareholders will benefit as well.

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Stop "Fixing" Women and Start Fixing Managers

Stop "Fixing" Women and Start Fixing Managers | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Like any corporate change, gender balance requires leadership.

Via Diane Saura
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Stop "Fixing" Women and Start Fixing Managers

Oh, yes !! (women managers also...)

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Simon Terry • You Can’t Add a Collaboration Layer: The Poster

Simon Terry • You Can’t Add a Collaboration Layer: The Poster | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
You Can’t Add a Collaboration Layer: The Poster
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No, you can't.

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Innovation: Ce silence qui tue votre entreprise

Innovation: Ce silence qui tue votre entreprise | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

Vous me dites que vous voulez que votre entreprise soit plus innovante. Qu'il faut libérer les énergies de vos collaborateurs, vous transformer en entreprise 2.0, adopter un esprit startup, et que sais-je encore. Vous semblez vous repaître des histoires de Google, de 3M, d’Apple bien-sûr, tout comme vous aimiez entendre les contes dans votre enfance. Encore et encore. Fascinants. Émouvants. Insaisissables. Vous inscrivez l’innovation comme pilier stratégique. Elle figure au premier plan de votre rapport annuel, illustrée par de jolies photos avec des enfants. Car les enfants, c’est l’avenir. Vous organisez des séminaires de créativité, vous montez des boîtes à idées, 2.0 elles aussi, vous lancez une cellule innovation, hébergée dans un loft au centre de Paris. Vous m’assurez que l’innovation est une priorité. Du moins c’est ce que vos cadres me disent. Mais ce n’est pas vrai.

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Donc je résume: vous dépensez des fortunes pour recruter des gens intelligents, puis vous faites en sorte qu’ils consacrent 30% de leur temps à vous rendre des comptes et à surveiller leurs subordonnés. Vous leur interdisez de parler. Et si par malheur l’un d’entre-eux s’avise d’essayer quelque chose et que ça ne réussit pas, cet échec restera comme stigmate pour le restant de ses jours parmi vous. S’il reste. Et avec tout ça, vous me dites vouloir innover? De qui vous moquez-vous?

 

Alors voilà, petit conseil d’ami. Sachez d’abord que je n’ai pas de recette miracle pour vous rendre plus innovant. Personne n’en a. Ou si, peut-être un seul: dégagez le passage. Laissez faire vos employés. Ils en savent plus que vous. Ils sont aujourd’hui sur-éduqués. Sur-connectés. Sur-créatifs. Plus au contact des clients que vous. Je suis chaque fois effaré par le nombre d’idées intelligentes que n’importe quel employé de votre entreprise peut avoir en dix minutes de discussion, et par leur degré de lucidité sur la situation de celle-ci. Alors laissez-les parler. Vous souhaitez vraiment interdire quelque chose? Vous y tenez? Alors interdisez le silence, ce silence qui vous tue comme il a tué la Tchécoslovaquie socialiste*

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Le plaisir/bonheur au travail, c’est bien autre chose que multiplier les récrés!

Le plaisir/bonheur au travail, c’est bien autre chose que multiplier les récrés! | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

"Définir le plaisir au travail :

- 1- Des missions en adéquation avec les sources de motivation individuelle

2- Du plaisir dans les relations et le sentiment d’appartenance

3- Pouvoir exprimer ses talents naturels

4- Pouvoir exprimer ses besoins et être entendu

5- Trouver du sens à son travail"


Via Geemik Maria Açucena Da Silva
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Nathalie Olivier's curator insight, February 19, 2014 9:08 AM

On fait bien ce que l'on aime bien, et on y trouve du plaisir !

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Facilitator's guide to the Appreciative Inquiry model 5D Relations&more

Facilitator's guide to the Appreciative Inquiry model 5D Relations&more | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
This page offers inspiration on questions to ask when using the 5 d model or working with appreciative inquiry.

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Le monde a besoin des gens prétentieux pour se prémunir de M. Pokora

Le monde a besoin des gens prétentieux pour se prémunir de M. Pokora | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Le monde a besoin des gens prétentieux pour se prémunir de M. Pokora, vous nous croyez pas ? Lisez donc notre article !

Via Sacha Lopez
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Excellent et très vrai sur les phénomènes groupaux.

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Leaders don't know

Leaders don't know | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Every leader faces a challenge. People expect them to know the answer.
Knowing as a leadership challenge
Every day in each leadership interaction whether with one person or thousands of people the same moment occurs.
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Get Inspired by your Work

Get Inspired by your Work | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
It is all too easy to accept others’ definitions of achievement. To get caught up in other people’s aims and ambitions. To take others’ priorities as read. This is the road to disaster. To throwing all your energy into goals you don’t really care about, growing tired and disillusioned, working with less and less energy at something you don’t love. If you’ve ever spent your days watching the clock, wishing the hours away until you can go home, then you know that feeling. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
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Social, to raise engagement. Culture change in practice.

Social, to raise engagement Culture change in practice in a traditional industry Celine Schillinger Charter Member, Change Agents WW Stakeholder Engagement, ...

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Celine Schillinger's curator insight, February 14, 2014 9:39 AM

My slides at Enterprise 2.0 Summit, February 2014

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Cross-Cultural Leadership: How to Avoid Making People Lose Face

Cross-Cultural Leadership: How to Avoid Making People Lose Face | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

Business leaders of multinational organizations are often confronted with cross-cultural differences. These differences can cause misunderstandings and awkward situations between people. Especially when people feel they are losing Face. Face – an Eastern concept most likened to the Western concept of respect and dignity. Making people feel they are losing Face occurs more easily than we might expect and can seriously damage relationships.

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Very usefull especially when you deal with oriental cultures.

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L'entreprise classique serait au bout du rouleau

L'entreprise classique serait au bout du rouleau | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Son organisation hiérarchique, le contrôle, la récompense individuelle : les jeunes ne voudraient plus de ce vieux modèle.
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Emploi prudent du conditionnel...

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Mutinerie, espace de coworking, de travail collaboratif - Demain la Ville - Vidéo - YouTube

www.demainlaville.com Mutinerie est un espace de co-working, un espace de travail collaboratif où se retrouvent des free-lances et des autoentrepreneurs pour travailler ensemble. L'objectif est de mutualiser les ressources physiques, les compétences et les réseaux.
Interview d'Antoine Van Den Broek, co-fondateur de Mutinerie.

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Culture’s Role In Great Communication

Culture’s Role In Great Communication | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Communication is a lot like electricity in that it needs a medium or conduit through which it can flow. In business these media have been summarily dubbed “channels”. Over the past 20 years, the channels have changed a bit. We have seen the rise of email, intranets, forums, video conferencing calls and even chat applets. The more traditional channels are still in use as well, such as: meetings, one-on-one conversations and the occasional hand-written note. The point of all of all of these channels is to find as many ways to move the same communication in order to reinforce the message. The greater and more diverse the channels, the better chance you have at your message being heard in the manner in which you need/want it to be heard. There is another channel that is not always viewed – or at least treated – as a communication channel. It carries more influence than all of the previously mentioned channels and has multiple touch-points for stakeholders. Culture.
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Culture is not the obvious communication channel, so it often goes ignored when developing a communication strategy. This can quickly present a challenge for continuity of message.

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When You’re Preparing for a Task, Say “You Can Do It,” not “I Can Do It”

When You’re Preparing for a Task, Say “You Can Do It,” not “I Can Do It” | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

People who referred to themselves as “you” or by their own names while silently talking to themselves in preparation for a five-minute speech were subsequently calmer and more confident and performed better on the talk than people who had referred to themselves as “I” or “me”.

Anne Landreat's insight:

Yes, you can ! And no, your'e not crazy  because you're talking to yourself !

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The Critical Few: Components of a Truly Effective Culture

The Critical Few: Components of a Truly Effective Culture | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Forget the monolithic change management programs and focus on the elements of your culture that drive performance.
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Very interesting and practical read. A must if you are dealing with culture change, either from within or from outside.

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Apple pourrait bientôt détecter les crises cardiaques. Ou acheter un constructeur de voitures.

Apple pourrait bientôt détecter les crises cardiaques. Ou acheter un constructeur de voitures. | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Après avoir révolutionné la musique et la téléphonie, Apple changera-t-il le visage de la santé et de l’automobile? C'est en tout cas ce que croit, notamment, le San Francisco Chronicle, qui pense comme beaucoup d'autres que l'entreprise américaine est en train de développer un dispositif ...
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What is Appreciative Inquiry?

What is Appreciative Inquiry? | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is a way of looking at oorganizational change which focuses on doing more of what is already working, rather than focusing on fixing problems.

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Very useful to understand or explain what AI is all about.

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Anticipating Pain Is Worse Than Feeling It

Anticipating Pain Is Worse Than Feeling It | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

The study: Giles Story attached electrodes that would deliver electric shocks to the hands of 35 subjects, inflicting minor pain that ranged from a slight buzz to something that felt like a strong insect bite. The subjects got to choose between receiving milder shocks after an interval as long as 15 minutes or stronger shocks more immediately. Most subjects opted to receive the more-intense stimuli right away rather than experience the dread of waiting for less intense ones.

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Re-Dream Often

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Dream big. Conventional business and life advice. Hardly worth sharing. Would anyone listen if you told them to dream small?


But a big dream can become a weight on your progress. It can become stale. Eventually you may look at it and wonder why you every dreamt of it at all.


Redream your amazing future often. The dream is not what matters. What matters is the dreaming. Bring your dream up to date. Make it reflect the now. A continuous process of re-dreaming the dream will make it more relevant and more vibrant. It will make it more powerful. The re-dream will help you find new ways to action and new ways to bring it to lfe.


Day-dreaming is a great process to refresh and update dreams. Day-dreaming is when you get to change a dream as it is visualised.


If you are collaborating with others it is even more important to re-dream the dream. People change, circumstances change and people change again. Nobody likes delivering someone else’s dream. Dreams are not inherited or imposed. The process of re-dreaming that future together enables everyone to own the dream and stay engaged.


Dream big. Sure.


Re-dream often.
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Top Workplace Trends for 2014

Top Workplace Trends for 2014 | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
What's on the horizon for the workplace in 2014? RTKL’s workplace interiors experts come together annually to examine trends we’re seeing across our broad, diverse client base. For 2014, the trends...

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