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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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Le world-café pour développer l’intelligence collective

Le world-café pour développer l’intelligence collective | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

Les visiteurs de la foire éco bio étaient invités à des séances de « world-café ». Une méthode participative pour faciliter la parole de tous et développer l’intelligence collective.

Anne Landreat's insight:

« En petit groupe, on se sent plus libre. On trouve des valeurs communes pour agir ensemble, développer la coopération et l’intelligence collective. »

 

Le world-café et ses dérivés est un outil très puissant, un outil "hackable" à volonté, un outil viral pour (re)prendre conscience de notre humanité et de notre capacité d'agir ensemble là où seuls face à la complexité des défis actuels le découragement, voire le cynisme nous guettent.

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Liliane Clavel Pardo's curator insight, June 6, 2013 8:22 AM

Moi c'est café.doc ....

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Reconciling Innovation With Control: The Air Force's $1.3 Billion Lesson In Agile

Reconciling Innovation With Control: The Air Force's $1.3 Billion Lesson In Agile | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

What are we to make of the news that the Air Force recently canceled a six-year-old software modernization effort that had consumed $1.3 billion and produced nothing of value? Note, that’s $1.3 billion, not $1.3 million. And it’s not that the project produced less benefit than expected. It produced absolutely no benefits at all. The whole project has been canned.

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Microsoft et Atos testent aux Pays-Bas le «zéro email interne»

Microsoft et Atos testent aux Pays-Bas le «zéro email interne» | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

Supprimer les emails internes en les remplaçant par des outils collaboratifs : tel est le défi lancé aux Pays-Bas par Microsoft et Atos. Retour d'expérience.

Anne Landreat's insight:

"les collaborateurs engagés dans ce programme se sont rendus compte que le travail collaboratif est plus efficace que le recours à l’e-mail. Il permet une plus grande productivité, une meilleure collaboration et une augmentation du partage de connaissances. "

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Organizations Hate Insights

Organizations Hate Insights | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
They say that 80% of change projects fail, and by 'they' I mean the bigwig consultants and Dr Google. Ask her*. Let's worry not about citation. Instead, why the heck do so many change projects fail...
Anne Landreat's insight:

Insight is the opposite of predictable. Insights are disruptive. They come without warning, take forms that are unexpected, and open up unimagined opportunities. They are disorganizing. Insights disrupt progress reviews because they reshape tasks and even revise goals. They carry risks —unseen pitfalls that can get managers in trouble.

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8 Traits of Collaborative Leadership

8 Traits of Collaborative Leadership | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

With the collaborative economy pushing businesses into the next phase of social business, executives must learn how to motivate, encourage and lead employees [and customers too] in a way that adds value to everyone involved in the collaborative work environment. Employees and customers are collaborating on products, services and content more than ever before. In preparation for the collaborative economy, consider what role do executives play in fostering a collaborative environment when employees and customers can receive what they need from each other?

 


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Monica Ambrosini's curator insight, December 6, 2013 1:13 PM

Despite a bit too simple it's a concise and effective snapshot..

Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, February 19, 2014 1:14 PM

Effective collaboration is about handling the tension that emerges from integrating personal and collective. It is about positive uses of power and its flow through the collective and each person.

Leadership Learning Community's curator insight, February 23, 2014 6:20 PM

Nice chart!

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Half Your Employees Hate Their Jobs

Half Your Employees Hate Their Jobs | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
By Tom Gardner and Morgan HouselLook at the coworker to your left. Now, to your right. At least one of them loathes their job. Maybe you do, too.According to a recent Gallup survey of 5.4 million

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Imagine a 10-person bicycle. This means that three people are pedaling, five are pretending to pedal, and two are jamming the brakes. That's you, corporate America. Now scale that bike higher. 520 out of every 1000 employees don’t care. 180 are trying to sabotage the place. 300 are left doing their darnedest.

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Olivier Leclerc's curator insight, December 5, 2013 12:14 AM

Very similar situations outside America as well :-(

Nicely formulated (though rather obvious) suggestions to try to re-enchant (and then re-engage) employees

Is not all this about respect and trust ??? Takes time to built but so powerful in the long run

 

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When Change Gets Rewarded

When Change Gets Rewarded | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
On December 2nd, 2013 I was awarded the Tribune Women’s Award.

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Celine Schillinger's curator insight, December 5, 2013 11:49 AM

What does recognition bring to change? 

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Le design et les services ?

Le design et les services ? | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
La tertiarisation du monde économique et social fait émerger l’idée de « design » des services.
Anne Landreat's insight:

À l’avenir, ces produits ne seront ni des biens ni des services, mais des « NéoObjets », c’est-à-dire des services incorporant des biens issus de la plasticité du numérique et du réseau. Le design des services est ainsi davantage un objectif plus qu’une discipline en tant que telle. Ces nouveaux objets sont parmi les premières contributions du XXI siècle à l’histoire des objets.

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Culture and the Chief Executive

Culture and the Chief Executive | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
CEOs are stepping up to a new role, as leaders of their company’s thinking and behavior.
Anne Landreat's insight:

There are several things you can do from your highly visible position at the top of the hierarchy to spark and foster the cultural realignments you want to see:

- Demonstrate positive urgency by focusing on your company’s aspirations—its unfulfilled potential—rather than on any impending crisis.

- Pick a critical few behaviors that exemplify the best of your company and culture, and that you want everyone to adopt. Set an example by visibly adopting a couple of these behaviors yourself.

- Balance your appeals to the company to include both rational and emotional cues.

- Make the change sustainable by maintaining vigilance on the few critical elements that you have established as important.

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Infographic: Why Culture Matters and How It Makes Change Stick

Infographic: Why Culture Matters and How It Makes Change Stick | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
This graphic – based on findings from the 2013 Culture and Change Management Survey – highlights key findings, global perceptions of culture, top barriers to sustainable change, and presents a comprehensive picture of the survey demographic, which...
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81% des cadres prêts à quitter leur boîte à cause du stress

81% des cadres prêts à quitter leur boîte à cause du stress | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

La morosité économique, première cause du stress au travail ? Cette relation de cause à effet est mise en lumière dans la dernière enquête Cadremploi sur le stress au travail, publiée ce jour. 75% des cadres estiment en effet que l'ambiance au travail s'est détériorée "ces derniers temps" et 21% jugent qu'il n'y a eu aucune évolution. Parmi ceux qui pensent que l'ambiance s'est dégradée, 92% affirment subir du stress au travail, une situation, qui dure souvent depuis plus d'un an qui est permanente pour 81% d'entre eux. Au global, 64% des cadres disent être stressés.

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Factory Workers Are More Productive When Managers Can't See Them

Factory Workers Are More Productive When Managers Can't See Them | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

In a factory where mobile data cards were being made, hanging a curtain to conceal workers from managers’ view increased production by 10% to 15%, according to an experiment by Ethan S. Bernstein of Harvard Business School.

Anne Landreat's insight:

CQFD

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8 jeux pour démarrer une réunion – épisode 4 : jauger votre public

8 jeux pour démarrer une réunion – épisode 4 : jauger votre public | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Des icebreakers pour jauger votre public
Un icebreaker ça peut être une façon de mieux connaître les participants à l’atelier.
Anne Landreat's insight:

Pour prendre la température et que chacun sache où les autres en sont. Réduit considérablement les jeux de supposition/projection.

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Le pays qui avait peur de tout

Le pays qui avait peur de tout | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

Dans ce pays, on s’inquiétait d’une offre 4G, du bitcoin, du premier tour du Mondial de foot. En réalité, on y avait peur de tout, à commencer par l’innovation et la concurrence. Au risque de finir par accepter la perte de la liberté.

Anne Landreat's insight:

"Les fouilleurs de l’âme avaient parfaitement identifié l’origine de cette peur : avec des institutions fondées sur la hiérarchie et le statut, ce pays avait perdu confiance en lui (2). Pour rebâtir cette confiance, il fallait reconstruire une école plus juste, avoir des pouvoirs publics plus exemplaires. Mais les gouvernants, eux aussi, eux surtout, avaient peur des changements. La peur gagnant, les citoyens de ce pays en vinrent à perdre le goût de la liberté. Des centaines de milliers de normes enserrèrent leur existence, la tentation totalitaire montait. La liberté, pourtant, était le premier mot de leur devise."

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Corporate Culture: Whose Job Is It?

Corporate Culture: Whose Job Is It? | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
John Kotter talks about whose job it is to build a company's corporate culture.
Anne Landreat's insight:

while you may get the top job by excelling at management, you thrive in the top job by excelling at leadership. 

 

Culture is always in a leader’s job description.

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Why Hierarchies Must Sign Their Own Death Warrant To Survive

Why Hierarchies Must Sign Their Own Death Warrant To Survive | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Why Hierarchies Must Sign Their Own Death Warrant To Survive: Hierarchies must lead the charge to replace themselves with heterarchies or responsible autonomy

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Anne Landreat's insight:

"The alternatives to hierarchy–heterarchy or responsible autonomy– “are not soft options. Rather, they require people to take on more responsibility and to produce hard-nosed results – better results than hierarchy."


A must-read!

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Male and Female Brains Really Are Built Differently

Male and Female Brains Really Are Built Differently | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
The hemispheres of women's brains are more interconnected. Does that matter?
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John Cleese on the 5 Factors to Make Your Life More Creative

John Cleese on the 5 Factors to Make Your Life More Creative | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
"Creativity is not a talent. It is a way of operating."

Much has been said about how creativity works, its secrets, its origins, and what
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How Can You Spot Intrapreneurial Talent?

How Can You Spot Intrapreneurial Talent? | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Co-authored by Susan Foley and Hans Balmaekers, SA.AM A lot has been said about intrapreneurship lately – the movement to create an environment within your company to unleash the entrepreneurial talent in your organization to boost innovation from...

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Anne Landreat's insight:

- Intrapreneurs feel like they don’t fit.

- Intrapreneurs have a unique combination of competencies that set them apart from more traditional workers. 

- They are self reliant, like to explore new things, and are totally engaged in their heads and their hearts.

- Intrapreneurs make significant leaps in thinking that are not always linear or fact based.

- Intrapreneurs think differently.  They take a more holistic and systems view of a situation.  Many of them are whole brain thinkers.  They are also integrative thinkers. 

- Intrapreneurs approach decision making differently.

- Intrapreneurs have different motivations and aspirations than others. They like to build things.

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Le mind mapping, le secret des enseignants finlandais et coréens pour être en tête des classements PISA -

Le mind mapping, le secret des enseignants finlandais et coréens pour être en tête des classements PISA - | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

L’avantage des cartes mentales sont une augmentation en moyenne de 4 points des notes des éléves trés rapidement avec une meilleure utilisation des hémisphères de notre cerveau,une meilleure mémorisation avec la combinaison des mots, des images, des couleurs, des liens hypertextes ..


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pbernardon's curator insight, December 5, 2013 2:06 AM

Depuis le temps que nous en sommes convaincus !!!

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Want to Change Your Culture? Run!

Want to Change Your Culture? Run! | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

In this conversation with Booz & Company Senior Partner and leadership guru Jon Katzenbach, former Campbell Soup CEO Douglas Conant explains how executives can connect with people

 

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Culture Is Key: 2013 Culture and Change Management Survey

Culture Is Key: 2013 Culture and Change Management Survey | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Culture is critical to business success, and an important factor in successful transformation initiatives. That's the takeaway from the 2013 Culture and Chan...
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inégalité des genres dans les blockbusters hollywoodiens : les hommes parlent, les femmes se déshabillent

inégalité des genres dans les blockbusters hollywoodiens : les hommes parlent, les femmes se déshabillent | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

Une enquête de la New York Film Academy met en lumière les différences entre les hommes et les femmes qui passent devant les caméras de blockbusters hollywoodiens.


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Hiding From Managers Can Increase Your Productivity

Hiding From Managers Can Increase Your Productivity | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it
Harvard Business School Assistant Professor Ethan S. Bernstein explains why decreasing workplace transparency can increase productivity.
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To go more in depth. Very interesting, indeed!

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Understand Meeting Dynamics

Understand Meeting Dynamics | Open Source Thinking | Scoop.it

As much as we’d like them to be, meetings aren’t purely logical business mechanisms; like any human interaction, they’re embedded with non-rational dynamics.

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That's where games and other ice-breakers can help big time.

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