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Pourquoi certains sont-ils plus capables de gérer la complexité que d'autres ?

Pourquoi certains sont-ils plus capables de gérer la complexité que d'autres ? | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it

La curiosité a été sous-estimée parce que nous supposons presque naturellement que l’expertise et la capacité sont beaucoup plus importantes. Pourtant, la curiosité est cruciale pour justement acquérir cette expérience.


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Yves Demoulin's curator insight, November 5, 2017 4:20 PM
Après le désormais classique #QI, après l'émergence du #QE (Quotient Émotionnel) issu des travaux de #DanielGoleman sur l'intelligence émotionnelle, voici donc un troisième "Q" dont il faudra peut-être tenir compte dans les années à venir : le Quotient de Curiosité. "Si le QI est difficile à coacher, le #QC (comme le QE) peut, lui, être développé." Comme disait Einstein : « Je n’ai pas de talent particulier, je suis juste passionnément curieux. »
"#TomasChamorro_Premuzic, reconnu pour ses travaux liant profilage de personnalité et leadership, livrait en février 2017 The Talent Delusion , où il dénonce l’illusion du talent : ce sont les data, pas l’intuition, qui détiennent la clé du potentiel humain. Pas plus consensuel, il avance ici comment un certain quotient de curiosité QC serait un bien meilleur atout que le QI face à la #complexité du monde." #Arborescence
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8 Characteristics of the “Innovator’s Mindset” –

8 Characteristics of the “Innovator’s Mindset” – | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
Recently I explored the notion of the “Innovator’s Mindset”, and have thought a lot about this idea.  As I look to write on the topic of “Leading Innovative Change” within schools, we are looking t…

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Steven Saura's curator insight, April 3, 12:41 PM

Winning characteristics, even beyond innovation.

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Surprise ! Les collaborateurs les plus efficaces ont surtout des qualités humaines

Surprise ! Les collaborateurs les plus efficaces ont surtout des qualités humaines | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
Et c’est Google qui le dit. Parmi les listes des qualités qui font de vous une bonne recrue, on retrouve plus d’humain que de science et de tech. À méditer…

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François Pellerin's curator insight, March 31, 4:51 AM

Un point de vue partagé par Thomas Fauré, fondateur de Whaller. Pour ce dernier, qui s’oppose aux dérives de Facebook, l’une des erreurs les plus répandues actuellement serait de biberonner les plus jeunes au code et de faire fi de la culture (y compris de la culture tech !). Quand il s’agit de formuler ses critiques, il n’y va pas par quatre chemins : « Les élèves qui sortent de 42 sont des déterrés, des asociaux de l’entreprise. Certes, ils savent coder. Mais ils ne savent pas interagir. (…) Il faut remettre de la culture et de l’éducation dans nos entreprises technophiles ! »

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hacking corporate culture for sourcing exceptional talent

hacking corporate culture for sourcing exceptional talent | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
Great advice from @jimstroud Via @RC_Randstad: five key ingredients of a successful corporate culture: @RandstadSR: http://t.co/KbquiUX2ck
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Fast-forming networks of high performing teams

Fast-forming networks of high performing teams | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
Deloitte predicts that companies will be built around networks of high performing teams that are formed and disbanded quickly as projects are established and prioritised.

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La première console de jeu basée sur la blockchain arrive

La première console de jeu basée sur la blockchain arrive | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
Une console de jeu vidéo basée sur la blockchain, voilà qui peut intriguer. Surtout si l'on ne sait pas ce qu'est cette fameuse blockchain.

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Togo : création d’un robot humanoïde enseignant capable de dispenser des cours -

Togo : création d’un robot humanoïde enseignant capable de dispenser des cours - | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
Un jeune togolais âgé de 25ans, a innové un robot humanoïde enseignant pour  palier au fléau de manque d’enseignant dans les salles de cours. Sam Kodo, fondateur  d’Infinite Loop, une start-up spécialisée dans la robotique, vient de développer une prouesse technologique extraordinaire pour répondre à certains problèmes qui minent le monde scolaire. C’est à l’occasion …

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Comment j’utilise les médias sociaux dans mes cours à l’université par Pierre Lévy - Innovation Pédagogique

Un article de Pierre Lévy Professeur à l'Université d'Ottawa. Ce travail est la pré-impression d'un article dans le numéro 58 de RED. Il sera publié en (...)

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Blockchain Moves Beyond Bitcoin and is Here to Stay

Blockchain Moves Beyond Bitcoin and is Here to Stay | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
Touted as the next big tech disrupter in the world of business, blockchain technology could make transactions, from finance to food chain logistics, faster and more secure.

 

The first blockchain was invented in 2008 specifically to support the bitcoin cryptocurrency. Today, bitcoin owners can use the cryptocoin to purchase everything from plane tickets to electronics. While it may be a better alternative to fiat currency in many ways, the applications extend far beyond shopping.

Businesses are using blockchain in ways that benefit both their bottom line and their customers.Hyperledger, an open-source collaborative effort the Linux Foundation created to advance blockchain technologies, can streamline financial transactions and even track the food supply chain.

 

In 2017, Intel demonstrated how Hyperledger’s Sawtooth blockchain platform could be combined with the Internet of Things (IoT) to improve the seafood supply chain from ocean to table.

“Previously, the information available to any one company in the supply chain was fairly narrow,” said Reed. For example, a restaurant owner might know the date fish was ordered, when it’s due to arrive and the price paid, but they may have a difficult time tracking the fish en route from sea to table.

 

To improve the process, IoT sensors were affixed to the harvested fish to gauge its shipping location, temperature during transport, movement and more. Using Hyperledger Sawtooth, anyone along the supply chain has the ability to keep better track of the fish. “Blockchain implementation allowed us to know for certain when the fisherman caught the fish, when they stored it, its temperature at any time, when it was inspected and exactly when it arrived at a restaurant,” said Reed.

 

Eventually, restaurants and grocers could use a similar blockchain implementation to track meat and produce. Using traditional supply chain protocols, contaminated food is very difficult to track. However, with blockchain a grocery store could know within minutes instead of days exactly which products to pull from shelves, potentially stopping contaminated food from ever reaching shelves in the first place.

 

Consumers can be privy to a product’s entire history on a blockchain, perhaps through a simple scan of a QR code on a package, said Reed. The consumer would know more about what they were eating, and the price they paid would be more likely to accurately reflect the quality of the product.


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Trois l les entreprises apprenantes à l'ère du digital - Les Echos

Trois l les entreprises apprenantes à l'ère du digital - Les Echos | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it

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Pierre Cappelli's curator insight, March 12, 2:47 PM

Dans un monde où le digital facilite plus que jamais l'accès à l'information, c'est essentiellement sur le terrain du savoir, et donc des compétences, que se joue cette compétition.  

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Neurodiversity and Innovation: The Benefits of Hiring Employees Who Break the Mold

Neurodiversity and Innovation: The Benefits of Hiring Employees Who Break the Mold | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
Today, a diverse workplace is not only common, it’s a requirement. While racial and gender diversity are givens, there’s also an important new frontier: neurodiversity. A neurodiverse workplace…

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Neurodiversity: Employers Need To Help People “Come Out” I Neil Milliken

Neurodiversity: Employers Need To Help People “Come Out” I Neil Milliken | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it

'“Neurodiversity is an umbrella term referring to a group of neurological development disorders which share common features, in particular differences in how people learn and process information. Definitions vary, but here we use the term to refer to dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD/ADHD) and Autistic Spectrum (Autism / Asperger’s syndrome). Under the law these conditions are collectively known as ‘hidden disabilities’....”


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Françoise Morvan's curator insight, November 4, 2016 7:24 PM
Diversity drives performance and there are plenty of statistics to show this neuro diversity is part of this picture
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"La Transformation Numérique Des Entreprises Sera "Hugital" Ou Ne Sera Pas !"

"La Transformation Numérique Des Entreprises Sera "Hugital" Ou Ne Sera Pas !" | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
La transformation numérique, un chantier sans fin pour beaucoup d’entreprises. Comment accompagner pertinemment managers et collaborateurs, et développer de nouveaux relais de croissance par le levier humain et digital ? Eclairage avec Alexandre Jubien, consultant expert dans la transformation digitale.

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Pierre Cappelli's curator insight, March 7, 2:59 PM

Toute approche centrée sur le client ou l’utilisateur final, à l’instar du design thinking, de l’UX ou de la gestion de produit, s’appuie avant tout sur la psychologie, l’empathie et la compréhension des consommateurs. 

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Protection des données : le chaotique business de la conformité RGPD

Protection des données : le chaotique business de la conformité RGPD | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
À près de deux mois de l'entrée en vigueur du Règlement général sur l

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À quoi ressembleront les dirigeants de demain ? [Étude]

À quoi ressembleront les dirigeants de demain ? [Étude] | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
Quelles sont les attentes de la nouvelle génération de cadres dirigeants dans l’entreprise ? C’est la question que s’est posée le cabinet de recrutement Boyden, et qui a motivé une toute nouvelle étude* réalisée par l’Ifop début mars et révélée mardi matin.

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Intrapreneurs, corporate hackers : "Des rebelles constructifs qui font d'abord et s'excusent ensuite" 

Intrapreneurs, corporate hackers : "Des rebelles constructifs qui font d'abord et s'excusent ensuite"  | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
Ils sont les nouveaux rebelles de l’entreprise. Mi-salariés, mi-entrepreneurs, on les appelle les intrapreneurs ou Corporate Hackers. Eux ? Ce sont des ind

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En trois ans, ils ont créé leur projet sur leur temps libre et ont fait gagner 20 millions d’euros à l’entreprise. C’est un exemple concret de ce que sont capables de faire les intrapreneurs, c’est-à-dire, tout !
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Corporate #Hacking : qui sont ces salariés qui donne de la #valeur à votre organisation

Corporate #Hacking : qui sont ces salariés qui donne de la #valeur à votre organisation | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it

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Christophe Chambet-Falquet's curator insight, March 2, 12:12 PM

"Dans une entreprise, ce sont généralement les dirigeants qui décident de tout et mènent la danse. Les salariés sont de simples exécutants qui ne détiennent pas de pouvoir de décision et sont contraints d'exécuter les ordres qui leurs sont donnés. Si une telle pratique peut se montrer efficace pour la productivité de l’entreprise, il se peut toutefois qu’elle ne favorise pas l’innovation"

 

Voilà le premier paragraphe de cet article !

 

Tellement symptomatique du travail à mener de l'intérieur pour amener les organisations à faire émerger de nouvelles idées.

Parce qu'entre nous, quoi de mieux que l'Intelligence Humaine pour apporter de la valeur à votre organisation...

On se voit pour faire avancer cette idée là ?

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Unconscious Bias In The Workplace: You Can't Afford To Ignore It

Unconscious Bias In The Workplace: You Can't Afford To Ignore It | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
Business leaders have the unique power to spearhead real societal change.

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Ron McIntyre's curator insight, March 24, 10:15 AM

Bias's are a major issue in relationships today.

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#Infographie : 30 #innovations qui vont changer nos vies !

#Infographie : 30 #innovations qui vont changer nos vies ! | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
30 incroyables innovations et inventions qui vont changer nos vies, dont vous n'avez, pour la plupart, surement jamais entendu parler !

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Up to 37 million people in the UK could ask for their personal data to be edited or deleted after GDPR

Up to 37 million people in the UK could ask for their personal data to be edited or deleted after GDPR | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
71 per cent in Crown Records Management survey say they will take up ‘right to be forgotten’ British businesses could be overloaded by up to 37 million requests for personal data to edited or deleted when a new regulation comes into force in May – according to results from a national survey. The EU General Data Protection Regulation, which comes into force on May 25, will give EU citizens greater rights over their personal data. This includes a right to ask for their data to be edited or deleted as part of a so-called ‘right to be forgotten’ or, as the regulation puts it, ‘right to erasure’. Now businesses are bracing themselves for exactly what this means – and how much it will cost them. A survey by Crown Records Management, global information management experts, has revealed some remarkable results when it comes to how many people could ask for their data to be removed or altered in future. The results, after more than 2,000 members of the general public were polled by Censuswide across the country, revealed 71 per cent said they would (either definitely or possibly) ask a company to edit or delete their data when the new regulation comes into force. In an adult UK population of 52.6 million this could result in 37.3 million requests. 25 per cent said they would definitely ask for data to be edited to deleted – which amounts to 13.15 million requests. Only 8 per cent gave a straight ‘no’ when asked if they would want data edited or deleted.More than 34 per cent of 25-34 year-olds said they would definitely ask for their data to be edited or deleted.More than half of directors said they would definitely ask for their personal data to be changed or removed.. David Fathers, Regional Manager at Crown Records Management said: “We were all aware that the public is increasingly interested in how their personal data is used and increasingly aware of its value and the dangers of its misuse. “But for so many people to indicate they will ask for data to be edited or deleted will come as a shock to many businesses.
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What's the Difference Between a Data Lake, Data Warehouse and Database?

What's the Difference Between a Data Lake, Data Warehouse and Database? | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
There are so many buzzwords these days regarding data management. Data lakes, data warehouses, and databases – what are they? In this article, we’ll walk through them and cover the definitions, the key differences, and what we see for the future.  If you want full, in-depth information, you can read our article called, “What’s a Data Lake?” But here we can tell you, “A data lake is a place to store your structured and unstructured data, as well as a method for organizing large volumes of highly diverse data from diverse sources.” The data lake tends to ingest data very quickly and prepare it later, on the fly, as people access it. A data warehouse collects data from various sources, whether internal or external, and optimizes the data for retrieval for business purposes. The data is primarily structured, often from relational databases, but it can be unstructured too. Primarily, the data warehouse is designed to gather business insights and allows businesses to integrate their data, manage it, and analyze it at many levels.  Essentially, a database is an organized collection of data. Databases are classified by the way they store this data. Early databases were flat and limited to simple rows and columns. Today, the popular databases are: And, of course, there are other terms such as data mart and data swamp, which we’ll cover very quickly so you can sound like a data expert. Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW): This is a data warehouse that serves the entire enterprise. Data Mart: A data mart is used by individual departments or groups and is intentionally limited in scope because it looks at what users need right now versus the data that already exists. Data Swamp: When your data lake gets messy and is unmanageable, it becomes a data swamp. Data lakes, data warehouses and databases are all designed to store data. So why are there different ways to store data, and what’s significant about them? In this section, we’ll cover the significant differences, with each definition building on the last.  Databases came about first, rising in the 1950s with the relational database becoming popular in the 1980s. Databases are really set up to monitor and update real-time structured data, and they usually have only the most recent data available. But the data warehouse is a model to support the flow of data from operational systems to decision systems. What this means, essentially, is that businesses were finding that their data was coming in from multiple places—and they needed a different place to analyze it all. Hence the growth of the data warehouse. For example, let’s say you have a rewards card with a grocery chain. The database might hold your most recent purchases, with a goal to analyze current shopper trends.
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A self-made billionaire reveals the 1 most important mental hurdle you must overcome to be successful

A self-made billionaire reveals the 1 most important mental hurdle you must overcome to be successful | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
Billionaire Ray Dalio is a true entrepreneurial success story. He started his company in a two-bedroom apartment, was described as an unremarkable kid and below average student. Now, he’s the founder of Bridgewater, one of the world’s largest and best-performing hedge funds. What’s his secret? Dalio reveals what he considers to be the one roadblock …

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Emotional Intelligence Is Key to Outstanding Leadership

Emotional Intelligence Is Key to Outstanding Leadership | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
Learn to understand the emotions that lie beneath your behavior--and be a better leader.

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Jerry Busone's curator insight, March 10, 8:11 AM

Key indicator of performance  ... we've add EQ to our library for leaders ... its been a big success. 

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Neurodiversity is an asset in the digital age

Neurodiversity is an asset in the digital age | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
Cyber attacks are more frequent and more sophisticated than ever before. Could embracing neurodiversity hold the key to protecting ourselves?

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What Neurodiversity Is And Why Companies Should Embrace It

What Neurodiversity Is And Why Companies Should Embrace It | Innovation, startups, intelligence, marketing, photography, architecture | Scoop.it
We’ve come to recognize the benefits of a diverse group of people in the workplace, but isn’t it time we also embrace a diverse group of brain types?

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