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Les entreprises dirigées par les femmes connaissent de plus forts taux de croissance

Les entreprises dirigées par les femmes connaissent de plus forts taux de croissance | Recompose | Scoop.it

Au moment où la diversité et la mixité sont perçues comme un outil essentiel de performance de l’entreprise, il est paradoxal de constater que les femmes n’y occupent toujours pas la place qui devrait être la leur et que les inégalités persistent.

 

Davantage de femmes dans la vie active doperaient la croissance selon certains experts, permettant une progression de 9,4 % du PIB français dans les vingt ans qui viennent.


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Serait-ce parce qu'elles savent mieux prendre en compte le potentiel de chacun?

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Less is more for organizations: how to put value and no longer waste time, resources, trash, and potential. Using collective intelligence, social innovation, design thinking, frugal innovation to transform waste into value.
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Les actualités de vos marchés - ADPM

Les actualités de vos marchés - ADPM | Recompose | Scoop.it
Retrouvez toutes les actualités de vos marchés.
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Une solution qui a fait ses preuves pour résoudre les problèmes de déchets sur les marchés.

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Et si l'action locale pouvait changer le monde ?

Et si l'action locale pouvait changer le monde ? | Recompose | Scoop.it
A Bristol, à Fukushima, en France, des héros ordinaires se battent pour rendre la vie meilleure. Et inventer une autre ère énergétique et...
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The Pro Dumpster Diver Who's Making Thousands Off America's Biggest Retailers | WIRED

The Pro Dumpster Diver Who's Making Thousands Off America's Biggest Retailers | WIRED | Recompose | Scoop.it
Matt Malone doesn’t mind being called a professional dumpster diver. He tells me this a little after 2 am on the morning of July 7 as we cruise the trash receptacles behind the stores of a shopping center just off the Capital of Texas Highway in Austin. Given the image that conjures, though, it’s worth pointing out that Malone has a pretty good day job, earning a six-figure salary as a security specialist for Slait Consulting. He is also founder of Assero Security, a startup that he says has recently been offered seed money by not one but two separate investors. Nevertheless, the 37-year-old Malone does spend a good many of his off-hours digging through the trash. And the fact is, he earns a sizable amount of money from this activity—more per hour than he makes at his Slait job.
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New profession that should go viral to help reduce waste

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Recyclo'Bat réemploie les matériaux de construction

Recyclo'Bat réemploie les matériaux de construction | Recompose | Scoop.it
Recyclo'Bat se place à l'avant-garde du réemploi des matériaux récupérés sur les chantiers. De Cugnaux (31), Edouard Baudouin et David Muse veulent projeter sur le sol français le modèle du Rebuilding Center de Portland. Le projet Recyclo'Bat s'inscrit dans le paysage anarchique des déchets du bâtiment. Dans leur magasin de 130 mètres carrés à Cugnaux (31) Edouard Baudouin et David Muse gèrent, reconditionnent et vendent des déchets collectés sur des chantiers. Depuis 2012, ils font du réemploi. Autrement (...)
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Un centre de déconstruction et de réémploi des matériaux de BTP: enfin en France.

 

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How to Frame the Sharing Economy Narrative (and Move On)

How to Frame the Sharing Economy Narrative (and Move On) | Recompose | Scoop.it
Is the sharing economy the first attempt to instill community perspectives in the traditional process of venture capital backed innovation? Or, on the contrary, is that an attempt of Venture Capita...
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excellent insight

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Envie de faire des rencontres inspirantes pour bien démarrer la rentrée ?

Envie de faire des rencontres inspirantes pour bien démarrer la rentrée ? | Recompose | Scoop.it
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des formations et expériences de qualité en Intelligence collective à découvrir dans cette newletter

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Open innovation et Intelligence collective : des outils pour repenser modèles économiques, produits et services | SUV [sens & utilités en vrac]

Open innovation et Intelligence collective : des outils pour repenser modèles économiques, produits et services | SUV [sens & utilités en vrac] | Recompose | Scoop.it
Des termes barbares ? Simplement tendance ? Ou de vrais outils pour les organisations qu'elles soient privées ou publiques ? La pratique me fait dire que
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Les distributeurs standards | 3JDéveloppement

Les distributeurs standards | 3JDéveloppement | Recompose | Scoop.it
  Nos distributeurs répondent aux exigences des producteurs, des magasins et des consommateurs : Faciliter le conditionnement et
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Distributeurs de vrac en France d'Etamine du Lys. A généraliser pour réduire notre production de déchets.

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Evan Williams on Building a Mindful Company | Holacracy

Holacracy received some great exposure in the Silicon Valley last weekend at the Wisdom 2.0 conference.
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Twitter adopts Hoalcracy as its organisation's governance method.

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Espaces communs: L'émergence de l'économie collaborative

Espaces communs: L'émergence de l'économie collaborative | Recompose | Scoop.it
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Un article d'un penseur à suivre...

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Shabnam Anvar | Sustainable Solutions Instigator, Connector & Advocate

Shabnam Anvar | Sustainable Solutions Instigator, Connector & Advocate | Recompose | Scoop.it

Shabnam is a bit like an environmental Macgyver, with great perception of situations and her mind jumps directly to work on developing solutions. This applies to her work as well as her own life... "My company is Recompose. What I do: consult on sustainable trends and solutions, facilitate sustainable solutions design, use collective intelligence methods to foster collaboration within, or among, teams and organizations' www.recompose.it

 


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Courier Services | UK Delivery Service Companies - Shiply

Courier Services | UK Delivery Service Companies - Shiply | Recompose | Scoop.it
Get multiple quotes from couriers & man with a van / transport firms already making similar delivery trips. Free Quotes, Save Time & Money - Couriers UK Quote Online.
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A solution to waste less on transport by optimizing loads. Co-transportation.

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Indian Researchers Create Low-Cost Bricks From Recycled Paper Mill Waste

Indian Researchers Create Low-Cost Bricks From Recycled Paper Mill Waste | Recompose | Scoop.it
Researchers at the Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology have created bricks that use 90% low-cost recycled paper mill waste.
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Fabulous alternative to paper waste

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Why Self-Organizing is So Hard

Why Self-Organizing is So Hard - NOBL Collective - Medium
This week, Tony Hsieh issued a challenge to every Zappos employee: self organize or leave.
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Why are cities picking up the tab for recycling? ("commercial responsibility lacking in waste disposal")

Why are cities picking up the tab for recycling? ("commercial responsibility lacking in waste disposal") | Recompose | Scoop.it
Sarah Laskow writes an important article on recycling and producer responsibility, a subject dear to TreeHugger's heart.

Recycling makes you feel good about buying disposable packaging and sorting it into neat little piles so that you can then pay your city or town to take away and ship across the country so somebody can melt it and downcycle it into a bench if you are lucky. But only a little more than a quarter of that waste makes it that far, because the economics aren't there and many towns find it cheaper to just dump it in a hole in the ground.

Now Sarah Laskow picks up the banner with her post at Next City, asking Who Will Pay America’s $1.5 Billion Recycling Bill? with the subhead that we have been asking for years, Why Are Cities Picking Up the Tab on Corporate America’s Waste?

Laskow notes that disposable packaging makes up a big chunk of municipal solid waste. Fifty years ago this barely existed; people paid a deposit on bottles and took them back, where they were refilled. People ate in restaurants, not cars, and used china plates that were washed and reused. However manufacturers managed to convince us all that it is our responsibility to pick this stuff up and pay for its disposal or recycling. There is talk of change:

Industry clearly isn't interested in EPR and doesn't want to talk about it but it is really the only way to do it. We all drink BPA laden canned beer now because the big brewers wanted to centralize production and they couldn't do that shipping heavy empty glass bottles around the country. The whole system of distribution works now on it all being one way, with the consumer responsible for the garbage. Laskow quotes Samantha McBride on how they changed the language and the thinking:

In the ’80s, some container and paper companies began supporting curbside recycling “to keep the costs of negative externalities squarely on the public.” Industry representatives were often quite explicit about this position. In a 1993 article about recycling, for instance, a representative of the American Plastics Council told the New York Times, “If I buy a product, I’m the polluter … I should be responsible for the disposal of the package.”

 


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This scenario is the same in the Philippines -- LGUs spend tax money for waste collection, transport and disposal of commercial packaging waste. Is there a way for the companies who make the profits to share in the expense of recycling?

"I am not sure that this is entirely true. When there is true producer responsibility, companies act in their own best interest like Dell and BMW did, to design things so that it is easier and cheaper to deal with the waste. When Herman Miller took on producer responsibility for their Aeron chairs, they redesigned it so that they could take it apart in minutes and reuse many of the components. Because the companies selling beer in Canada take the bottles back and refill them, they design them to be a bit heavier and stronger to survive an average of 37 cycles of sale, return, wash, refill, sale. They save a fortune."

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Un "cahier des possibilités" de l'innovation sociale

Un "cahier des possibilités" de l'innovation sociale | Recompose | Scoop.it
Le projet Darwin à Bordeaux entend proposer sa vision de la ville intelligente : une ville autosuffisante, qui fait de la récup et de la bidouille un art de vivre... Par Francis Pisani, chroniqueur indépendant.
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Un projet de ville intelligente développé à Bordeaux, 100% renouvelable, 100% innovant ! Affaire à suivre...

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Yes, Richer Countries Produce More Waste. But Do They Have To? 

Yes, Richer Countries Produce More Waste. But Do They Have To?  | Recompose | Scoop.it
Taiwan's mindful approach to garbage
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"But perhaps most effective is the nation’s policy on household waste. In addition to depositing their own bags, Taiwanese residents must also be mindful of how much trash they are accumulating. Landfill-bound garbage can only be collected in government-issued blue bags, which are sold behind the counter at convenience stores. While the cost is not prohibitive—the price increases with size, with a pack of the five largest bags costing $10—it’s certainly enough to moderate what people throw out. (Forging garbage bags can incur a much heftier fine, and sometimes a prison sentence.) The approach has been so effective that Taiwan is in the process of closing some of its 24 trash incinerators because they simply don’t need them anymore."

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5 Collaborative Exercises to Move Your Project Forward

5 Collaborative Exercises to Move Your Project Forward | Recompose | Scoop.it
Do you have an idea for a project or enterprise? Is the vision for it fleshed out? Here are five collaborative techniques that you can use to move your project forward.
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Shabnam Anvar - Facilitatrice en Intelligence Collective

Shabnam Anvar - Facilitatrice en Intelligence Collective | Recompose | Scoop.it
Faciliter la co-création Facilitatrice... quel drôle de nom vous pensez ? Et bien oui, Shabnam facilite et accompagne Koolicar sur toute la question de la co-création qui nous est si chère. Elle fa...
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Une interview sur l'intelligence collective et la co-création

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Intelligents ensemble, en entreprise : l’apport des méthodes d’intelligence collective | SUV [sens & utilités en vrac]

Intelligents ensemble, en entreprise : l’apport des méthodes d’intelligence collective | SUV [sens & utilités en vrac] | Recompose | Scoop.it
Les compétences pour innover et développer des solutions sont très souvent présentes en interne. Mais difficile parfois de travailler en bonne intelligence.
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6 techniques simples pour ne pas gaspiller le temps et les potentiels en réunions...et surtout rendre les réunions créatives et efficaces

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Le supermarché collaboratif débarque à Paris

Le supermarché collaboratif débarque à Paris | Recompose | Scoop.it
Rencontre avec les deux co-fondateurs de La Louve, le supermarché collaboratif qui va bientôt ouvrir ses portes sur Paris.

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Depuis 40 ans, des coopératives alimentaires se développent à New York et Londres. Un modèle transposable à Paris? C’est en tout cas l’opinion de Tom Boothe et Brian Horihan, les co-fondateurs de La Louve, la coopérative parisienne basée sur l’auto-gestion entre particuliers. Rencontre.

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Need a Job? Invent It

Need a Job? Invent It | Recompose | Scoop.it
Finding a job is so 20th century. That is why young people today need to be more “innovation ready” than “college ready.”
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“Every young person will continue to need basic knowledge, of course,” he said. “But they will need skills and motivation even more. Of these three education goals, motivation is the most critical. Young people who are intrinsically motivated — curious, persistent, and willing to take risks — will learn new knowledge and skills continuously. They will be able to find new opportunities or create their own — a disposition that will be increasingly important as many traditional careers disappear.”

 

#geny #change #education

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Les entreprises dirigées par les femmes connaissent de plus forts taux de croissance

Les entreprises dirigées par les femmes connaissent de plus forts taux de croissance | Recompose | Scoop.it

Au moment où la diversité et la mixité sont perçues comme un outil essentiel de performance de l’entreprise, il est paradoxal de constater que les femmes n’y occupent toujours pas la place qui devrait être la leur et que les inégalités persistent.

 

Davantage de femmes dans la vie active doperaient la croissance selon certains experts, permettant une progression de 9,4 % du PIB français dans les vingt ans qui viennent.


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Amanda Palmer: The art of asking | Video on TED.com

Don't make people pay for music, says Amanda Palmer: Let them. In a passionate talk that begins in her days as a street performer (drop a dollar in the hat for the Eight-Foot Bride!), she examines the new relationship between artist and fan.
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Brilliant talk based on her personal experience.

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Bernard Stiegler : « Nous entrons dans l’ère du travail contributif » - Rue89

Bernard Stiegler : « Nous entrons dans l’ère du travail contributif » - Rue89 | Recompose | Scoop.it
Fab' lab', imprimantes 3D... "Le consumérisme a vécu", assène le philosophe pour qui, motivés par nos seuls centres d'intérêt, nous allons changer de mode de travail.
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Il n’y a donc plus de consommateurs ?

Non, on parle de contributeurs là aussi. Je pense que le consumérisme a vécu. C’est un modèle économique qui est devenu toxique pour les gens et pour l’environnement.

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