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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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Les 24 styles de management dans le monde

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The Copernican Revolution In Management

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The Copernician Revolution In Management: Two articles in the FT underline the revolution in management now under way

Via Celine Schillinger
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"The Copernican Revolution in management is a paradigm shift from the 20th Century view that customers revolve around the stationary “center of the universe”—the value chain of the organization—to the view that the organization is one of many organizations revolving around the customer. The organization survives and thrives only so long as it is agile enough to meet the customer’s shifting needs and desires."

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Forget super heroes – intrapreneurship is a team sport

Forget super heroes – intrapreneurship is a team sport | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Interview of Olivier Leclerc, director Innovation & Intrapreneurship at Alcatel-Lucent, who will be speaking at the Intrapreneurship Conference 2013.

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Six Ways to Ignite Your Ideas! #PresentationTips

We see a bright future for presentations! Let's leave the dark ages of "Death by PowerPoint" behind us. Here are some tips to help you SHINE on your next presentation!


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Brilliant presentation about... presentations. 6 ways to convice :

 

Design, not only function :

- clarity

- beauty

- simplicity

 

Story, not only argument :

- timeles

- contagious

- simple

- inspirational

 

Symphony, not only focus on datas :

- extract meaning

- detect patterns

- connect the dots

- simplify the complex

- see thing in a new way

 

Empathy, not only logic :

- put yourself in your audience's shoes

- recognize when they are getting it… or not

 

Play, not only seriousness :

- serious isn't dull

- keep to witty banter

 

Meaning, not only accumulating :

- infuse purpose and meaning

- tell your stories with infectious enthusiasm

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Philippe Schoen's curator insight, January 26, 2014 6:19 AM

Brilliant presentation about... presentations. 6 ways to convice :

 

Design, not only function :

- clarity

- beauty

- simplicity

 

Story, not only argument :

- timeles

- contagious

- simple

- inspirational

 

Symphony, not only focus on datas :

- extract meaning

- detect patterns

- connect the dots

- simplify the complex

- see thing in a new way

 

Empathy, not only logic :

- put yourself in your audience's shoes

- recognize when they are getting it… or not

 

Play, not only seriousness :

- serious isn't dull

- keep to witty banter

 

Meaning, not only accumulating :

- infuse purpose and meaning

- tell your stories with infectious enthusiasm

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"La renaissance des communs" de David Bollier

"La renaissance des communs" de David Bollier | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

La lecture du livre que vous avez entre les mains provoque un profond sentiment de joie, on y sent quelque chose qui pétille et qui rend l’espoir. Avec son style fluide (et excellemment traduit), David Bollier nous emmène dans un voyage du côté lumineux des relations humaines.

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Nous avions besoin d’un tel livre, à la fois accessible et pénétrant.

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L’étude des communs, au travers de tous les exemples concrets présentés dans ce livre, nous montre qu’il y a des comportements collectifs, des normes sociales qui dépassent la seule addition des comportements individuels sur laquelle se base l’économie néo-classique.

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Car contrairement aux mythes néo-classiques, les gens se parlent, s’organisent, font émerger des règles et se donnent les moyens de les faire respecter.

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Le mouvement des communs s’est souvent appuyé sur des actions locales, sur des analyses ponctuelles, sur des collectifs de taille maîtrisable.

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Les communs, de l’échelle locale à l’échelle globale, sont la source d’une nouvelle conception de la richesse, qui ne se mesure plus en PIB ou en obligations boursières, mais s’évalue en fonction de la capacité des humains à vivre ensemble.


Via Christophe CESETTI
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A propos du mouvement des communs

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Leading from the Bottom

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We have been long term advocates of J.B. Quinn’s inverted hierarchy model for new service led economies.Essentially Quinn’s argument was that the vast majority of jobs in the developed world (arou

Via Olivier Leclerc
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Olivier Leclerc's curator insight, January 24, 2014 10:57 AM

Very insightful and meaningful review - Evolution paths seem well identified - a question remain though : how to trigger it ?

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Incubation : en quoi l’apport d’un coach est-il bénéfique dans un parcours d’incubateur ?

Incubation : en quoi l’apport d’un coach est-il bénéfique dans un parcours d’incubateur ? | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Un coach permet à un porteur de projets de se projeter dans une dynamique de création d’entreprise. Le coaching intervient à différents niveaux, selon le degré d’avancement du projet et le profil du porteur.

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The High Cost of Multitasking

The High Cost of Multitasking | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

Multitasking is a fact of our modern, connected life. However, research shows it makes us less effective, increases mistakes and stress, and costs the global economy an estimated $450 billion annually.

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Le processus de création est le même chez les artistes et les entrepreneurs

Le processus de création est le même chez les artistes et les entrepreneurs | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Un groupe de chercheurs s'est intéressé au processus créatif chez le peintre avant de le confronter aux méthodes des entrepreneurs sociaux. Ils sont parvenus à trouver différents points communs dans la manière dont la créativité s'exprime chez eux.

Via Réseau Canopé, Christelle Fritz, Corinne Chauffrut Werner , Roberta Faulhaber, Carole Maurage, Lockall
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Je le savais !

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Valerie Bauwens's comment, January 23, 2014 10:48 AM
N'hésitez pas à me contacter si vous avez des questions, j'ai réalisé cette étude avec mon équipe. Et vous, en quoi trouvez-vous les résultats intéressants?
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Management: les cinq tendances de 2014

Management: les cinq tendances de 2014 | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Utiliser l'apport des neurosciences, susciter l'innovation de son équipe et savoir en tirer partie, expérimenter des solutions avec des bouts de ficelles, être bienveillant et visionnaire. De belles résolutions pour la nouvelle année ?

Via JLAndrianarisoa
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1. Le neuro-management2. Le management collaboratif3. Le management " frugal "4. Le management " bienveillant "5. Le management visionnaire
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Resiliency: Crucial to Successful Change

Resiliency:  Crucial to Successful Change | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

When employees are more resilient, they are better able to handle change and innovation within the organization.


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Emeric Nectoux's curator insight, January 21, 2014 10:51 PM

Very good  article  giving a pretty good definition of "Resilience of an organisation". How such property can be an enabler for positive change.

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Les ressources humaines doivent-elles changer de nom ?

Sur LinkedIn le débat fait rage. Le post du consultant américain Bernard Marr s’interroge sur la pertinence du terme "ressources humaines". Si le premier actif d’une entreprise sont ses salariés, peut-on les considérer comme de simples ressources ?

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Communication changes behavior while technology facilitates the change

Communication changes behavior while technology facilitates the change | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

Technology isn't going to solve your communication issues. Internal change may be necessary too.http://t.co/Xn9tKnzbu3


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Why leadership-development programs fail | McKinsey & Company

Why leadership-development programs fail | McKinsey & Company | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Sidestepping four common mistakes can help companies develop stronger and more capable leaders, save time and money, and boost morale. A McKinsey Quarterly article.

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Olivier Leclerc's curator insight, January 29, 2014 12:59 PM

I like : "Context is a critical component of successful leadership. A brilliant leader in one situation does not necessarily perform well in another"

"Embedding leadership development in real work"

 

Very detailed and insightful article about leadership training (if ever this is possible)

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Millions of Bad Managers Are Killing America’s Growth

Millions of Bad Managers Are Killing America’s Growth | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
The single biggest decision your company makes every day is who you name manager. This is the conclusion Gallup draws from decades of data and interviews with 25 million employees, in our recently
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I would reformulate : "Millions of bad trained and managed managers are killing America's growth!"

Putting the blame on "the managers" will definately not solve the problem.

The problem is the system. Managers are merely representing the system and doing what the system calls them to do.

The change needed is a systemic one: Change the Culture, not the People, and the People (managers included) will change.

And have the Managers and the Corporate Functions question and reinvent their role and mission, which should move away from Controlling to Enabling, Supporting and Facilitating.

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Supporting Entrepreneurial Ideas

Supporting Entrepreneurial Ideas | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
By Carol Patton A new survey finds employees lack leadership support for entrepreneurial ideas.

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Olivier Leclerc's curator insight, January 24, 2014 9:26 AM

It is all about the management culture in place ....

Edouard Siekierski's comment, January 27, 2014 1:48 PM
Even in the US?! :-/
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Lean Management & intelligence collective : concurrence ou complémentarité ?

Lean Management & intelligence collective : concurrence ou complémentarité ? | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

Tel le chat sur une branche d’arbre qui ne veut pas descendre, cela fait plusieurs mois que je repousse la publication de ce billet. J’espérais en vain qu’on arrête de me demander ce que l’intelligence collective apportait de plus que le Lean Management. Voici des exemples de verbatims qui m’irritent : « On a investi des millions en formation au Lean Management donc on mobilise déjà l’intelligence collective » ; « Le Lean Management n’a pas tenu toutes ses promesses, est-ce qu’on ne risque pas la même déception avec le management de l’intelligence collective ? »,… Alors, plus le choix, c’est le temps de comparer des bananes et des carottes !


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Nelly Renard's curator insight, January 27, 2014 10:25 AM

Chapeau, les gars ! Vos échanges sur l'Ordre et le Chaos étaient dignes de GoT - je précise Game of Thrones parce qu'il peut y avoir des non-initiés dans la salle. Et pour les mêmes qui ne parlent ni le japonais ni le Lean couramment, Genba ou Gemba, c'est le terrain ou la scène du crime - pour rester dans l'ambiance GoT ;)

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Why You Must Manage Culture – or Face the Tragic Consequences

Why You Must Manage Culture – or Face the Tragic Consequences | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

Culture is clearly a powerful force, but it’s unfortunately being used as an excuse for disasters ranging from the banking crisis five years ago to the Fukushima nuclear disaster and even the locker room hazing crisis of the Miami Dolphins.

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Why Positive Encouragement Works Better Than Criticism

Why Positive Encouragement Works Better Than Criticism | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

Positive emotions generally work in an opposite way to negative emotions. So, while emotions like fear, anxiety, stress and anger narrow our focus, inhibit our concentration and decrease our cognitive abilities, positive emotions can do the opposite. When we’re feeling upbeat and happy, we’re more likely to have an inclusive focus than a self-centered outlook, and to perform better on cognitively demanding tasks.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, January 21, 2014 5:02 PM

By focusing on positive interactions with your employees and encouraging an upbeat emotional state as often as possible, you’ll be more likely to have a happy, productive and efficient team.

Lawrence Lanoff's curator insight, January 23, 2014 11:58 AM

In Relationships - Cortisol never works for bonding! Here's why.

Ann Dixon's curator insight, February 20, 2014 11:13 AM

Positive reinforcements = always best 

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A Scientist Predicts the Future

A Scientist Predicts the Future | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

When making predictions, I have two criteria: the laws of physics must be obeyed and prototypes must exist that demonstrate “proof of principle.” I’ve interviewed more than 300 of the world’s top scientists, and many allowed me into laboratories where they are inventing the future. Their accomplishments and dreams are eye-opening. From my conversations with them, here’s a glimpse of what to expect in the coming decades:


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Teresa Lima's curator insight, January 10, 2014 4:38 AM

#Not 

I think the future is unpredictable, and no one  can predict the future!

Carlos Polaino Jiménez's curator insight, January 16, 2014 7:38 AM

Predicción científica del futuro, esto es un tema a leer por lo menos.

Jesús Martinez's curator insight, January 18, 2014 8:07 AM

add your insight...

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Les révolutions silencieuses des Français

Les révolutions silencieuses des Français | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
SONDAGE - Et si le virage de la politique ­économique de François Hollande trouvait son explication dans ces dix courbes d’opinion publiées...

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Très intéressant, voir surprenant.

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The secret to creativity, intelligence and scientific thinking: Being able to make connections

The secret to creativity, intelligence and scientific thinking: Being able to make connections | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
When we shared this image from the @buffer Twitter account recently, it got me thinking. The Tweet resulted in over 1,000 retweets, which somehow was an indication that a lot of people seemed to agree with this statement.

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John Gordon's curator insight, January 25, 2014 10:54 AM

nice way to show how knowledge becomes competency via experience

DEBOIS's curator insight, January 28, 2014 7:35 AM

Cet article propose 3 pistes pour établir des connexions et doper votre créativité :

- Ajouter de la connaissance, en réalisant des expériences nouvelles et transgressives par rapport à vos habitudes;

- Gardez des traces de toutes vos idées, et spécialement celles qui apparaissent de façon fugace sous la douche;

- Revoyez vos notes quotidiennement en adoptant la méthode Benjamin Franklin > demandez-vous ce que vous allez faire de bien au cours de votre journée au réveil, et ce que vous avez fait de bien lors de votre journée au coucher. 

 
Catherine Pascal's curator insight, February 11, 2014 1:17 PM

Essentiel  : analogies et liens / intelligere : créer des liens ;-)

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The New Rules Of Disruption

The New Rules Of Disruption | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
The formula for disruption is not necessarily becoming smarter, but becoming more aware and creating organizations that can adapt in real time.

Via june holley
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There are the natural laws that govern networks of connections and, by applying them effectively, we can manage disruption instead of falling victim to it.


1. Focus On Passion

2. Build In And Then Build Out
3. Leverage Technology

4. Networks Trump Hierarchies

5. Open Up Your Platform

6. Stop Planning and Start Adapting

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Les managers autoritaires sont les moins performants

Les managers autoritaires sont les moins performants | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

Des chercheurs de l'université américaine Duke constatent que les managers qui veulent tout contrôler et monopoliser la parole, détruisent la créativité de leurs équipes.

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Amaury Van Espen's curator insight, January 23, 2014 2:10 AM

De l'autocratie à l'Holacratie