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#RH : Le bien-être fait partie de l’ADN startup !

#RH : Le bien-être fait partie de l’ADN startup ! | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it
En terme de bien-être, le job en startup est devenu au fil du temps une véritable échelle de référence, un « idéal-type » à la Weber : on imagine tous l’employé moyen de Google travaillant dans un hamac en sirotant son café Starbuck. Or même si cette vision est loin de refléter la réalité du terrain – et quand bien même Google n’est plus vraiment une startup – ce sont des clichés qui sont imprégnés dans l’imaginaire collectif et qui, bien qu’inconsciemment, continuer à faire rêver.

Une petite re-contextualisation s’impose : il y a vingt ans de ça, d’innombrables « jeunes pousses » commencent à germer un peu partout grâce à la démocratisation du World Wild Web. On réalise au passage que de nouvelles méthodes de management s’imposent pour coller aux besoins – créativité, flexibilité, réactivité – de cette « nouvelle économie » qui se développe en marge des conventions de la grande entreprise et du salariat de masse.
Aussi, le timing est parfait pour changer les codes et les startups commencent à offrir à leurs collaborateurs des conditions de travail complètement en rupture avec les usages ! Assez paradoxalement pour l’époque, elles font du bien-être au travail leur cheval de bataille dans un impératif de compétitivité. Un objectif qui entre progressivement dans l’ADN de ces entreprises qui sont et se veulent à échelle humaine.
Aujourd’hui, certaines d’entre elles sont devenues très puissantes, parfois valorisées à plusieurs milliards de dollars (les fameuses « licornes », le Wall Street Journal en dénombre 113 à l’heure actuelle). Pour autant, l’attraction qu’elles génèrent n’est pas étrangère aux conditions de travail qu’elles continuent d’offrir. Entre autres exemples, la société Dropbox organise des tournois de ping-pong dans ses locaux, Air BnB propose de venir travailler avec son animal de compagnie et Google dispose de son propre réseau de navettes à destination du personnel, pas mal !

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Change Management Takes Change Management Webinar

Prosci's webinar "Change Management Takes Change Management" - delivered live on Wednesday, Sept 2 11:00 AM EDT and Thursday, Sept 3 4:00 PM EDT. Register at w…

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Richard Platt's curator insight, September 2, 2015 3:35 PM

Professionally I am a big fan of Prosci's methods, and Tim Creasy has done an excellent job on this webinar / presentation, if you're involved in orchestrating change inside of an organization, I strongly recommend reviewing this presentation.

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The Bad Behavior of Visionary Leaders

The Bad Behavior of Visionary Leaders | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it

Brilliant leaders like Jeff Bezos, Steve Jobs and Elon Musk often give little care and appreciation to their hard-working and loyal employees.

 

Given the extraordinary success of these men, the obvious question is whether being relentlessly hard on people, and even cruel, may get them to perform better.



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Glenn Wallace's curator insight, June 29, 2015 1:03 AM

Apple goes back along way, back to the garden.

Ante Lauc's curator insight, September 6, 2015 4:28 AM

We all should learn from their failures and success...

Matt Caruso's curator insight, June 27, 2017 5:41 AM

 Genius covers a lot of sins. A great product is a great product, and you don’t have to do everything right to be successful. Most customers don’t care how the sausage gets made, as long as it tastes good.

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Inside Amazon: Wrestling Big Ideas in a Bruising Workplace

Inside Amazon: Wrestling Big Ideas in a Bruising Workplace | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it

The company is conducting an experiment in how far it can push white-collar workers to get them to achieve its ever-expanding ambitions.


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Quality of Leadership 

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Celina Rocquet's curator insight, August 26, 2015 8:10 AM

Co-responsibility of innovation

Ante Lauc's curator insight, September 6, 2015 4:24 AM

Amazon and Google are  the most important assets to help people develop life in love and freedom. They are not focused enough, but are very near to develop shared vision with many persons who have high moral and intellectu capital.

my GAU is preparing for such vision ....

Davell Logan's curator insight, October 27, 2015 4:51 PM

Very interesting story.

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Bumble Introduces VIBee, A Verification Feature Independent Of Your Social Status

Bumble Introduces VIBee, A Verification Feature Independent Of Your Social Status | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it
Bumble is on somewhat of a hot streak. The dating app, which has women initiate all of the conversations, originally launched nine months ago. After reaching..
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Refer Me Please - Employees, Meet Candidates. Candidates, Meet Employees.

Refer Me Please - Employees, Meet Candidates. Candidates, Meet Employees. | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it

The simplest way to connect awesome candidates, with awesome referral programs. Sign up today and get started!


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Restoring Humanity to Leadership

Restoring Humanity to Leadership | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it

With recovery underway in many advanced economies, money is surging back into leadership development after the down-years of the recession. In 2013, companies spent an estimated worldwide total of US$45.5 billion on education for leaders at all levels.


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There is no value in asking yourself “Am I a leader?” Instead, ask “Who am I leading? And where am I going?”

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Claude Emond's curator insight, May 16, 2015 9:31 AM

To be a leader, you have to have a purpose and people who want to follow you over that purpose. You do not study to become a leader. Your purpose in life is the start of it all. No purpose, nothing to lead forward. What is your purpose ?

Claude Emond's curator insight, May 16, 2015 9:32 AM

To be a leader, you have to have a purpose and people who want to follow you over that purpose. You do not study to become a leader. Your purpose in life is the start of it all. No purpose, nothing to lead forward. What is your purpose ?

E-Copywriting's curator insight, May 18, 2015 8:00 PM

We need to invest in our entire workforce, including our management teams.

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The Bad Behavior of Visionary Leaders

The Bad Behavior of Visionary Leaders | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it

Brilliant leaders like Jeff Bezos, Steve Jobs and Elon Musk often give little care and appreciation to their hard-working and loyal employees.

 

Given the extraordinary success of these men, the obvious question is whether being relentlessly hard on people, and even cruel, may get them to perform better.



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Glenn Wallace's curator insight, June 29, 2015 1:03 AM

Apple goes back along way, back to the garden.

Ante Lauc's curator insight, September 6, 2015 4:28 AM

We all should learn from their failures and success...

Matt Caruso's curator insight, June 27, 2017 5:41 AM

 Genius covers a lot of sins. A great product is a great product, and you don’t have to do everything right to be successful. Most customers don’t care how the sausage gets made, as long as it tastes good.

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Près d’un tiers des entreprises déjà engagées dans l’Internet des objets | L'Atelier : Accelerating Business

Près d’un tiers des entreprises déjà engagées dans l’Internet des objets | L'Atelier : Accelerating Business | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it
Le cabinet Strategy Analytics vient de dévoiler une enquête pour comprendre la position des entreprises vis-à-vis de l’Internet des objets. Un seul constat : tout le monde veut sa part du gâteau IoT… peut-être un peu trop tôt.

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L’internet des objets ou le renouveau des industries lourdes

L’internet des objets ou le renouveau des industries lourdes | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it
L'internet des objets serait la numérisation du monde physique où tous les équipements que les industriels auraient conçus et toutes les...

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Hot Seat: The Startup CEO Guidebook - PDF Free Download - Fox eBook

Hot Seat: The Startup CEO Guidebook - PDF Free Download - Fox eBook | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it
Hot Seat: The Startup CEO Guidebook PDF Free Download, Reviews, Read Online, ISBN: 1449360734, By Dan Shapiro
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Guide de Startupers ;)

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Rafi Haladjian (Sen.se) veut inventer “l’internet de la banalité quotidienne“

Rafi Haladjian (Sen.se) veut inventer “l’internet de la banalité quotidienne“ | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it
Le créateur du Nabaztag, pionnier des "objets connectés", lance "Mother", un nouveau concept qui vise à enregistrer des données sur la vie quotidienne de ses utilisateurs.

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Home by SFR : la domotique sur abonnement

Home by SFR : la domotique sur abonnement | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it

SFR lance ses offres Home By SFR, qui proposent des packs de domotique pour sécuriser et automatiser la maison. Sur le même principe que les abonnements subventionnés des téléphones mobiles, le modèle mise sur l'abonnement pour rentabiliser un équipement presque offert aux consommateurs.

 

 


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12 apps to get your startup off the ground

12  apps to get your startup off the ground | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it
There are thousands of apps geared toward businesses and startups, but only a handful you should care about

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Ronald Bannon MBA, C.Adm., FCMC's curator insight, August 31, 2015 9:48 PM

For startups, it’s a tough road to success: about 50% of small businesses fail in the first five years, and tech startups fail at a rate that’s estimated to be as high as 90%. But, for hopeful entrepreneurs trying to get their companies off the ground, there’s a bright side: a growing number of inexpensive, innovative apps are available to fight those figures. From handling transactions and scheduling meetings to creating brand awareness and keeping track of receipts, there’s an almost unlimited array of online tools emerging every day to ease the path to business success.

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Harvard's Michael Porter: Service Leaders Will Be Hard Hit by IoT Revolution

Harvard's Michael Porter: Service Leaders Will Be Hard Hit by IoT Revolution | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it
The Internet of Things transformation will have a big impact on the service and maintenance industries. Here are 4 ways service leaders must adapt.

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Caroline Roy's curator insight, August 7, 2015 5:20 AM

Porter, along with Jim Heppelmann, president and CEO of PTC, summarized their findings from a November 2014 HBR article about how the Internet of Things (IoT) is disrupting various industries, field service included. The pair also spoke about ongoing research on the implications for company strategy and organization, which will be published in HBR later this year.

“Not only is the product changing, the product change is feeding back and changing how companies operate today,” Porter said. “How you run a company is going to change much more dramatically than in previous generations of IT.” 

1. Service businesses will shift from reactive to proactive:  There will be a transformation in the way service businesses are run and organized, as connected products allow technicians to diagnose the problem, or even perform service, remotely. Companies will be able to push updates to products in the field, and analyze product usage data to improve service efficiency and warranty management. As new IoT-enabled technologies take hold, service companies will move beyond the repair model to data-enabled advanced services that add value to customers. Ultimately, Porter said, this model will evolve to “product-as-a-service” as companies design new functionality and extend product life cycles. 

2. Big data will create an entirely new section of the value chain:    Companies will find ways to create value from the constant data stream from both internal and external factors. (Internal data could be product usage and equipment performance information, while external data could include weather conditions.)  Porter and Heppelmann said that, rather than having each division deal with its own data separately, companies need to create a “unified data group,” led by a chief data officer, that can store, aggregate and analyze the data — and work closely with other divisions to uncover insights that create customer value.

3. Product design will require a long-term, integrative approach:  Product design will become “evergreen,” said Porter, meaning products will be continuously re-designed and serviced via remote connections and services once they’re in the field. As a result, companies must find a new approach to product design that accounts for everything that happens after the sale is closed.  In addition, increased connectivity will require manufacturers to look at products within a larger, networked system. A “smart” tractor, for example, will have its own data analytics connections, but it must also interface with other smart machines on the farm.

4. Expect more consolidation and a war for talent: Porter frames the changes led by the IoT as an opportunity for companies to broaden their offerings and lead with innovative product functionality. There are two choices: cling to business as usual, or adapt. Companies that don’t react will have their products subsumed by companies that do. Porter predicts this will lead to further consolidation across industries, allowing companies to expand their market and products through data and IoT functionality. - But the biggest hurdle, Porter said, is likely to be the war for talent. There are currently too few people with the necessary mix of skills to tackle the new challenges presented by the IoT era.



clara noble's curator insight, August 9, 2015 5:54 AM

Porter, along with Jim Heppelmann, president and CEO of PTC, summarized their findings from a November 2014 HBR article about how the Internet of Things (IoT) is disrupting various industries, field service included. The pair also spoke about ongoing research on the implications for company strategy and organization, which will be published in HBR later this year.

“Not only is the product changing, the product change is feeding back and changing how companies operate today,” Porter said. “How you run a company is going to change much more dramatically than in previous generations of IT.” 

1. Service businesses will shift from reactive to proactive:  There will be a transformation in the way service businesses are run and organized, as connected products allow technicians to diagnose the problem, or even perform service, remotely. Companies will be able to push updates to products in the field, and analyze product usage data to improve service efficiency and warranty management. As new IoT-enabled technologies take hold, service companies will move beyond the repair model to data-enabled advanced services that add value to customers. Ultimately, Porter said, this model will evolve to “product-as-a-service” as companies design new functionality and extend product life cycles. 

2. Big data will create an entirely new section of the value chain:    Companies will find ways to create value from the constant data stream from both internal and external factors. (Internal data could be product usage and equipment performance information, while external data could include weather conditions.)  Porter and Heppelmann said that, rather than having each division deal with its own data separately, companies need to create a “unified data group,” led by a chief data officer, that can store, aggregate and analyze the data — and work closely with other divisions to uncover insights that create customer value.

3. Product design will require a long-term, integrative approach:  Product design will become “evergreen,” said Porter, meaning products will be continuously re-designed and serviced via remote connections and services once they’re in the field. As a result, companies must find a new approach to product design that accounts for everything that happens after the sale is closed.  In addition, increased connectivity will require manufacturers to look at products within a larger, networked system. A “smart” tractor, for example, will have its own data analytics connections, but it must also interface with other smart machines on the farm.

4. Expect more consolidation and a war for talent: Porter frames the changes led by the IoT as an opportunity for companies to broaden their offerings and lead with innovative product functionality. There are two choices: cling to business as usual, or adapt. Companies that don’t react will have their products subsumed by companies that do. Porter predicts this will lead to further consolidation across industries, allowing companies to expand their market and products through data and IoT functionality. - But the biggest hurdle, Porter said, is likely to be the war for talent. There are currently too few people with the necessary mix of skills to tackle the new challenges presented by the IoT era.

 

 


TDI Group's curator insight, August 10, 2015 6:20 AM

Porter, insieme a Jim Heppelmann, Presidente e CEO di PTC, ha riassunto le loro scoperte da un HBR articolo novembre 2014 su come Internet of Things (IoT) sta distruggendo vari settori, compreso il servizio di campo. La coppia ha parlato anche in corso ricerche sulle implicazioni per la strategia e l'organizzazione aziendale, che sarà pubblicato in HBR entro la fine dell'anno.

"Non solo è il prodotto cambia, il cambiamento del prodotto è l'alimentazione indietro e cambiare il modo in aziende operano oggi", ha detto Porter. «Come si esegue una società sta per cambiare molto più drammatico rispetto a precedenti generazioni di IT". 

1. le imprese di servizi saranno spostano da reattivo a proattivo:   Ci sarà una trasformazione nel modo in cui le imprese di servizi sono gestiti e organizzati, come i prodotti collegati consentono ai tecnici di diagnosticare il problema, o addirittura eseguire il servizio, in modalità remota. Le aziende saranno in grado di inviare gli aggiornamenti ai prodotti nel campo, e analizzare i dati di utilizzo del prodotto per migliorare l'efficienza del servizio e  la gestione delle garanzie . Come le nuove tecnologie degli oggetti abilitati prendere piede, società di servizi si muoveranno al di là del modello di riparazione di data-enabled servizi avanzati che  aggiungono valore ai clienti . In ultima analisi, ha detto Porter, questo modello si evolverà per "prodotto-as-a-service", come le società di progettare nuove funzionalità e di estendere i cicli di vita dei prodotti. 

2. I dati grandi creeranno una nuova sezione della catena del valore:    Le imprese dovranno trovare il modo di creare valore dal flusso di dati costante sia da fattori interni ed esterni. (Dati interni potrebbero essere l'utilizzo del prodotto e informazioni sulle prestazioni attrezzature, mentre i dati esterni potrebbero includere condizioni atmosferiche.)   Porter e Heppelmann ha detto che, piuttosto che dover ogni affare divisione con un proprio dati separatamente, le imprese hanno bisogno di creare un "gruppo di dati unificata," guidati da un ufficiale di dati principale, che può memorizzare, aggregare e analizzare i dati - e lavorare a stretto contatto con altre divisioni per scoprire intuizioni che creano valore per il cliente.

3. Progettazione del prodotto richiederà un lungo periodo, integrativo approccio:  Product design diventerà "evergreen", ha detto Porter, il che significa prodotti saranno  continuamente ri-progettati e serviti  tramite connessioni e servizi a distanza una volta che sono in campo. Come risultato, le aziende devono trovare un nuovo approccio al design di prodotto che rappresenta tutto ciò che accade dopo la vendita è chiusa.   Inoltre, una maggiore connettività richiede ai produttori di esaminare i prodotti all'interno di un sistema più ampio, in rete. Un  trattore "intelligente" , per esempio, avrà le proprie connessioni analisi dei dati, ma deve anche interfacciarsi con altre macchine intelligenti della fattoria.

4. Aspettatevi di più il consolidamento e una guerra per il talento: Porter incornicia i cambiamenti guidati dal IoT come un'opportunità per le aziende di ampliare le loro offerte e portare con funzionalità innovative di prodotto. Ci sono due scelte: si aggrappano alla vita di sempre, o adattare. Le aziende che non reagiscono avranno i loro prodotti sussunto da aziende che fanno. Porter prevede questo porterà a un ulteriore consolidamento attraverso le industrie, consentendo alle aziende di espandere il loro mercato e dei prodotti attraverso i dati e le funzionalità degli oggetti. -  Ma il più grande ostacolo, ha detto Porter, è probabile che sia la  guerra per i talenti . Al momento non ci sono troppo poche le persone con il mix di competenze necessarie per affrontare le nuove sfide poste dalla dell'era degli oggetti.

 

 


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7 Things Leaders Do to Help People Change

7 Things Leaders Do to Help People Change | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it

A study of 2,852 direct reports of 559 leaders found that some behaviors were more helpful in changing others.


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Tania Padierna's curator insight, September 21, 2015 5:29 PM

Las palabras convencen a otros, pero el ejemplo arrastra...

Boost Your Sales's curator insight, October 11, 2015 6:53 AM

...and always practice it!

Davell Logan's curator insight, October 27, 2015 4:52 PM

Excellent 6 facts.

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Role Of Teachers | Key Findings | www.wise-qatar.org | Coaching | Learning To Learn | ICT | eSkills

Role Of Teachers | Key Findings | www.wise-qatar.org | Coaching | Learning To Learn | ICT | eSkills | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it

The numbers reported in the “School in 2030” survey appear to tell a dominant story, one that involves drastic change and a forward-looking perspective regarding the future form that the educational system will take. While innovation is a prevailing theme in the discussion about the future of school, it is important not to confuse the need for innovation with the need for change.


As Noam Chomsky posits, “what we’re in need of is reversing the process of undermining what is positive about the educational system. We want to resist that and at the same time develop approaches which will improve on it as a tool, a commitment”. While there are many merits to forward evolution in education, it is important to also consider the lessons that can also be learned from looking back.


Learn more:


https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2014/07/10/education-collaboration-and-coaching-the-future/

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2015/07/19/learning-path-for-professional-21st-century-learning-by-ict-practice/


https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2015/08/01/21st-century-education-is-learning-to-learn-for-life-long-learning-and-nothing-else-matters/




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Gust MEES's curator insight, August 10, 2015 6:15 PM

The numbers reported in the “School in 2030” survey appear to tell a dominant story, one that involves drastic change and a forward-looking perspective regarding the future form that the educational system will take. While innovation is a prevailing theme in the discussion about the future of school, it is important not to confuse the need for innovation with the need for change.


As Noam Chomsky posits, “what we’re in need of is reversing the process of undermining what is positive about the educational system. We want to resist that and at the same time develop approaches which will improve on it as a tool, a commitment”. While there are many merits to forward evolution in education, it is important to also consider the lessons that can also be learned from looking back.


Learn more:


https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2014/07/10/education-collaboration-and-coaching-the-future/


https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2015/07/19/learning-path-for-professional-21st-century-learning-by-ict-practice/


https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2015/08/01/21st-century-education-is-learning-to-learn-for-life-long-learning-and-nothing-else-matters/


liz deskins's curator insight, August 11, 2015 9:09 AM

Hmmmm....

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Highly trained, respected and free: why Finland's teachers are different

Highly trained, respected and free: why Finland's teachers are different | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it
Welcome to a country where teaching is a highly prized profession. Finland’s teachers have kept the nation near the top of the influential Pisa performance rankings since they were first published in 2001, leading to an influx of educational tourists as other teachers have endeavoured to learn from the Finnish experience.

 

The high-level training is the basis for giving young teachers a great deal of autonomy to choose what methods they use in the classroom – in contrast to England, Krokfors says, where she feels teaching is “somewhere between administration and giving tests to students”. In Finland, teachers are largely free from external requirements such as inspection, standardised testing and government control; school inspections were scrapped in the 1990s.

 

“Teachers need to have this high-quality education so they really do know how to use the freedom they are given, and learn to solve problems in a research-based way,” Krokfors says. “The most important thing we teach them is to take pedagogical decisions and judgments for themselves.”

 

Learn more:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Finland

 

 
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Welcome to a country where teaching is a highly prized profession. Finland’s teachers have kept the nation near the top of the influential Pisa performance rankings since they were first published in 2001, leading to an influx of educational tourists as other teachers have endeavoured to learn from the Finnish experience.

 

The high-level training is the basis for giving young teachers a great deal of autonomy to choose what methods they use in the classroom – in contrast to England, Krokfors says, where she feels teaching is “somewhere between administration and giving tests to students”. In Finland, teachers are largely free from external requirements such as inspection, standardised testing and government control; school inspections were scrapped in the 1990s.

 

“Teachers need to have this high-quality education so they really do know how to use the freedom they are given, and learn to solve problems in a research-based way,” Krokfors says. “The most important thing we teach them is to take pedagogical decisions and judgments for themselves.”

 

Learn more:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Finland

 

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Kati Pärkkä's curator insight, June 25, 2015 1:39 AM

Teachers' basic training is very qualified. To make sure that the quality of teaching stays on high level we should invest on in-service training of all teachers. The world and society is developing faster and faster every day...

Iva Golec's curator insight, August 3, 2015 9:43 AM
Welcome to a country where teaching is a highly prized profession. Finland’s teachers have kept the nation near the top of the influential Pisa performance rankings since they were first published in 2001, leading to an influx of educational tourists as other teachers have endeavoured to learn from the Finnish experience.

 

The high-level training is the basis for giving young teachers a great deal of autonomy to choose what methods they use in the classroom – in contrast to England, Krokfors says, where she feels teaching is “somewhere between administration and giving tests to students”. In Finland, teachers are largely free from external requirements such as inspection, standardised testing and government control; school inspections were scrapped in the 1990s.

 

“Teachers need to have this high-quality education so they really do know how to use the freedom they are given, and learn to solve problems in a research-based way,” Krokfors says. “The most important thing we teach them is to take pedagogical decisions and judgments for themselves.”

 

Learn more:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Finland

 

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The Importance of Seeing the World in Shades of Grey

The Importance of Seeing the World in Shades of Grey | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it

Executives who see the world in stark contrasts miss the nuances of situations and are less able to compromise to meet common interests.


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Manfred Kets de Vries makes a compelling case for integrative thinking as he writes: 


"Compartmentalisation of opposites can produce a distorted picture of reality and restricts the range of our thoughts and emotions. When we look at a multifaceted situation through a binary lens we are bound to miss essential details. It harms relationships, diminishes our well-being and limits our understanding of the world."

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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, April 7, 2015 4:08 AM

Manfred Kets de Vries makes a compelling case for integrative thinking as he writes: 


"Compartmentalisation of opposites can produce a distorted picture of reality and restricts the range of our thoughts and emotions. When we look at a multifaceted situation through a binary lens we are bound to miss essential details. It harms relationships, diminishes our well-being and limits our understanding of the world."

Jill Barrett Melnicki's curator insight, April 10, 2015 11:27 AM

Kenneth Mikkelsen's insight: Manfred Kets de Vries makes a compelling case for integrative thinking as he writes: "Compartmentalisation of opposites can produce a distorted picture of reality and restricts the range of our thoughts and emotions. When we look at a multifaceted situation through a binary lens we are bound to miss essential details. It harms relationships, diminishes our well-being and limits our understanding of the world."

www.whatawaist.ca's curator insight, April 19, 2015 12:03 PM

Great Post

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Leadership Develops When You Escape Your Comfort Zone

Leadership Develops When You Escape Your Comfort Zone | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it

Successful leaders know that they must get out of their comfort zone to succeed. These leaders have spent a lot of time outside their comfort zone.


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Leadership begins at the end of your comfort zone. Leadership starts in the learning zone. History has shown that life rewards the risk-takers, such as Thomas Edison, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Nelson Mandela, Henry Ford, Elon Musk, and many, many more. These are leaders who have dared to step out their comfort zone.

 

Leaders who dared to change things.Leaders who dared to make a difference.Leaders who dared to make an impact on the world.

 

 

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Mellissa Rempfer, Founder of the Brilliance and Business Community's curator insight, August 4, 2015 2:44 AM

Leadership begins at the end of your comfort zone. Leadership starts in the learning zone. History has shown that life rewards the risk-takers, such as Thomas Edison, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Nelson Mandela, Henry Ford, Elon Musk, and many, many more. These are leaders who have dared to step out their comfort zone.

 

Leaders who dared to change things.Leaders who dared to make a difference.Leaders who dared to make an impact on the world.

 

Where do you find the line is for your. Is it easier to stay in the comfort zone? Do you try to step out into doing things different but then jump back into comfort? Are you someone who pushes the comfort and see how far you can go?

 

My advice is just try, see if you can get out of your comfort. All I ask is take one more moment and stay with that stretching and growing opportunity and just take 1 more breath. 1 breath, if you an make it through 1 breath then you have gone farther than what you would have without it.

 

Here's to you and your business's brilliance (and one more breath!),

-Mellissa Rempfer

 

DigitalOyster's curator insight, August 4, 2015 11:57 AM

Leadership begins at the end of your comfort zone. Leadership starts in the learning zone. History has shown that life rewards the risk-takers, such as Thomas Edison, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Nelson Mandela, Henry Ford, Elon Musk, and many, many more. These are leaders who have dared to step out their comfort zone.

 

Leaders who dared to change things.Leaders who dared to make a difference.Leaders who dared to make an impact on the world.

 

Where do you find the line is for your. Is it easier to stay in the comfort zone? Do you try to step out into doing things different but then jump back into comfort? Are you someone who pushes the comfort and see how far you can go?

 

My advice is just try, see if you can get out of your comfort. All I ask is take one more moment and stay with that stretching and growing opportunity and just take 1 more breath. 1 breath, if you an make it through 1 breath then you have gone farther than what you would have without it.

 

Here's to you and your business's brilliance (and one more breath!),

-Mellissa Rempfer

 

Shannon Terry's curator insight, March 3, 2016 4:52 PM

Leadership begins at the end of your comfort zone. Leadership starts in the learning zone. History has shown that life rewards the risk-takers, such as Thomas Edison, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Nelson Mandela, Henry Ford, Elon Musk, and many, many more. These are leaders who have dared to step out their comfort zone.

 

  • Leaders who dared to change things.
  • Leaders who dared to make a difference.
  • Leaders who dared to make an impact on the world.

 

 

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7 Habits Of Innovative Thinkers

7 Habits Of Innovative Thinkers | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it

Emotional Intelligence plays a big role in innovative thinking. Here are traits that these people have in common.


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judyhouse's curator insight, August 3, 2015 9:43 AM

Commonality is important, but drive and desire matter.

Tom Whitford's curator insight, August 9, 2015 8:28 PM

Emotional Intelligence plays a big role in innovative thinking. Here are traits that these people have in common.

 

1. INNOVATORS HAVE THEIR EGO IN CHECK

2. EMOTIONALLY INTELLIGENT PEOPLE ARE CONFIDENT, NOT ARROGANT

3. THEY ARE CONTINUALLY CURIOUS

4. THEY ARE GOOD LISTENERS

5. THEY DON'T LET THEIR EMOTIONS AFFECT THEIR INNOVATION EFFORTS

6. THEY CAN TAKE DIRECTION

7. THEY EMPATHIZE WITH CO-WORKERS AND CUSTOMERS

 

Learn more:


http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Daniel-GOLEMAN


http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=Emotional-Intelligence


http://www.scoop.it/t/21st-century-learning-and-teaching/?tag=EQ


Sue Alexander's curator insight, August 10, 2015 8:12 PM

Very good advice for innovators and HUMANS

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Avec Predix Cloud, GE fait un premier PaaS dans le IoT

Avec Predix Cloud, GE fait un premier PaaS dans le IoT | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it
GE a dévoilé une plateforme as a service (PaaS) dédiée à l’Internet des objets avec une orientation industrielle clairement affichée. Predix Cloud sera disponible en 2016.

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The Future Of Cloud Project Management

The Future Of Cloud Project Management | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it
Cloud Project Management (PM) is undoubtedly the best option when thinking of Project Management, as the traditional solutions offer much lower quality of services and variety of tools.

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But is Cloud PM just another Technology trend or is it here to stay?

 

Guest post: Thanks to @Comidorfor the article

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, June 11, 2015 12:54 AM

But is Cloud PM just another Technology trend or is it here to stay?

 

Guest post: Thanks to @Comidorfor the article

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With room for 1,000 startups, France begins work on world's largest incubator

With room for 1,000 startups, France begins work on world's largest incubator | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it
With one ceremonial push, work has begun in Paris on what French government leaders are calling the world's largest startup incubator. The $190-million project will renovate Paris' Halle Freyssinet...

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Paris Capitale de Startup!!

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[Domotique] Découverte du Pack Home de Pluzzy - la box de Toshiba

[Domotique] Découverte du Pack Home de Pluzzy - la box de Toshiba | Innovation Technologique | Scoop.it

Nous avions eu l'occasion de découvrir cette box lors du dernier salon Interclima 2013. Depuis le mois de Novembre, Pluzzy commence à faire parler de son offre à travers son portail et les premiers tests en cours. Je vous propose sur TLD une série d'articles sur cette box. Aujourd'hui, nous allons commencer par la découverte du pack Home de la box de Toshiba.

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