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En savoir plus sur l'émission de Daniel Ngassiki, Et si l’Etat était coté en bourse ? - Parole d'auteur éco - xerficanal-economie.com

En savoir plus sur l'émission de Daniel Ngassiki, Et si l’Etat était coté en bourse ? - Parole d'auteur éco - xerficanal-economie.com | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it

Xerfi Canal TV a reçu Daniel Ngassiki, Economiste et Banquier, dans le cadre de son livre
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Les écoles des Beaux-arts forment les esprits créatifs - Jactiv (Inscription)

Les écoles des Beaux-arts forment les esprits créatifs - Jactiv (Inscription) | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it
Les écoles préparent au Diplôme national d’arts et techniques (DNAT) ou au Diplôme national d’arts plastiques (DNAP), de niveau bac + 3. Elles délivrent aussi le Diplôme national supérieur d’expression plastique (DNSEP) de niveau bac + 5.
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L'architecte allemand Frei Otto est mort

L'architecte allemand Frei Otto est mort | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it
Frei Otto s'était rendu célèbre en réalisant notamment le toit du parc olympique de Munich pour les Jeux olympiques de 1972 et le pavillon du Japon à l'Expo 2000 d'Hanovre en Allemagne.
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6 Ways to Use Short Video for Social Marketing

6 Ways to Use Short Video for Social Marketing | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it
Have you considered sharing short video content as a social marketing tactic? Here are six ways you can use short video to grab attention. .
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Cindy Peters's curator insight, February 13, 2015 9:22 AM

Video is proven to be an easy and engaging way to market your school!

dave610jones's curator insight, February 13, 2015 9:53 AM

Here are some great tips for creating social media content. Enjoy!

Nicholas Stickle's curator insight, April 30, 2015 6:22 AM

I would love to discover a method by which to include video marketing into my processes.  It is an extremely effective medium.  I need to find the focal point for the videos to be topically acquainted with tho.

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5 Tips for Creating Content People Actually Want to Read

5 Tips for Creating Content People Actually Want to Read | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it
Erica Cerulo, co-founder of online retailer Of a Kind, shares her tips on creating engaging content.
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6 Ways to Improve Your Twitter Marketing Results

6 Ways to Improve Your Twitter Marketing Results | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it
Are you satisfied with your results on Twitter?Ready to improve your Twitter marketing plan?Even if you've been on Twitter a while, there’s plenty you can do to increase followers, retweets and replies.In this article I’ll share six tips to help you get more return from your Tw
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Viktorija Kolosova's curator insight, January 21, 2015 3:40 PM

Need to follow their advice.

José Manuel Voces García's curator insight, April 22, 2015 12:20 PM

@SocialEcoMedia

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15 Types of Facebook Apps to Enhance Your Facebook Page

15 Types of Facebook Apps to Enhance Your Facebook Page | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it
Want to do more with your Facebook page?Have you considered using Facebook apps?Facebook apps let you customize your Facebook page in many ways.In this article I'll share 15...
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Aarathi Venkataraman's curator insight, March 9, 2015 9:34 AM

There are so many "business" apps out there for FB that you still may not know about that will add value to your community 

Agi Anderson's curator insight, March 10, 2015 9:35 AM

These are applications available within Facebook. The problem, some are not mobile friendly.

Nicholas Stickle's curator insight, April 30, 2015 6:17 AM

My facebook pages definitely need some work so I am all ears when it comes to methods to enhance them!

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Is Brand Engagement Over on Facebook?

Is Brand Engagement Over on Facebook? | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it

The news about Facebook lately has been pretty grim. The Wall St. Journal recently ran a piece on how smaller brands are seeing sales generated from Facebook in “the lower digits” even on pages with tons of “likes”, and Facebook recently announced that starting January 1 our newsfeeds will see even less of “promotional posts”


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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, January 24, 2015 3:36 AM

The decline of organic reach on Facebook is continuing as I observed last year calling social media publishing dead (as we knew it). In this post, [url=/u/185862 x-already-notified=1]Janet Fouts[/url] describes how it's going to be even worse in 2015.


As I explained back then, the solution resides on using social networks not as your real estate but as distribution channels for content placed in a hub you control. As CMI's Joe Pulizzi also puts it: "don't build your content marketing on rented land". Even if social media is your most important activity (as a community manager for instance), if you're just sharing links, you're missing out: you should use a content hub. This can be a blog, a mini content site (such as a Scoop.it page) or something else but this needs to be a pace where you can convert your readers to either subscribe, learn about your product or engage with you directly. 



Janet Fouts's curator insight, January 27, 2015 11:37 AM

I completely agree. Social media sites can't be just real estate. Get a billboard! Brands large and small will have to work a lot harder to be able to reach their network on Facebook, that means they will have to engage them, use other platforms to drive discussion too.

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Pope Frances, Listed as #1 in Fortune's World's 50 Greatest Leaders

Pope Frances, Listed as #1 in Fortune's World's 50 Greatest Leaders | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it

#1, Pope Francis has electrified the church and attracted legions of non-Catholic admirers by energetically setting a new direction. He has refused to occupy the palatial papal apartments, has washed the feet of a female Muslim prisoner, is driven around Rome in a Ford Focus, and famously asked "Who am I to judge?" with regard to the church's view of gay members.
     
He created a group of eight cardinals to advise him on reform, which a church historian calls the "most important step in the history of the church for the past 10 centuries."  ... Sgns of a "Francis effect" abound: In a poll in March, one in four Catholics said they'd increased their charitable giving to the poor this year. Of those, 77% said it was due in part to the Pope.

   

Others on the list, excerpted:

    
#2 Angela Merkel, 59, Chancellor, Germany, may be the most successful national leader in the world today. She is the leader of the European Union, which as a whole is the world's largest economy, and Merkel has held that position for almost nine years. She played the lead role in managing Europe's debt crisis, keeping the EU intact while setting even Greece on the road to recovery.

       

#3 Alan Mulally, 68, CEO, Ford Motor Co.  Ford's miracle worker saved the company without resorting to bankruptcy or bailouts by doing what previous leaders had tried and failed to do: change Ford's risk-averse, reality-denying, CYA-based culture. After earning $7.2 billion of profit last year -- far more than General Motors  GM -0.25%  or Chrysler -- the company paid its 47,000 UAW workers a record $8,800 each in profit sharing.

     

#4 Warren Buffett, 83, CEO, Berkshire Hathaway, leads 300,000 employees with a values-based, hands-off style that gives managers wide leeway and incentivizes them like owners. The result is America's fifth-most-valuable company.
   

Also on the list of 50:

Bill Clinton, 68, Founder, The Clinton Foundation
Aung San Suu Kyi, 68, Chair, National League for Democracy
Gen. Joe Dunford, 58, Commander, U.S. Forces, Afghanistan
Bono, 53,Lead singer, U2
Dalai Lama, 78, Spiritual leader of the Tibetan people
Jeff Bezos, 50, CEO, Amazon.com

 

         

Related change posts by Deb:

              

Two Tried & True Change Models – Evergreen for Agile Change (includes Dr. Mary Lippit’s model)

                              

Co-Creation in Theory U: Leading from the Future as it Emerges & the Road to Commitment

                 

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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, November 18, 2014 2:48 PM

The full list of 50 is worth a review even though it came out this past March.  Most of these change leaders will stand the test of time. As of November 2014, the #1 spot of Argentine Pope Frances, who exemplifies change leadership, with influence far beyond several billions of Catholics worldwide.  Ex-Catholics, if it were a denomination, would be the third largest group, and yet his message carries further to so many more of the world's citizens.
     
My half Argentine heritage speaks  to one thing I know of many Argentines, including Pope Frances ~ they are challengers.

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Regal Wisdom: After 80, some people don’t retire. They reign

Regal Wisdom: After 80, some people don’t retire. They reign | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it

Photo: Carl Reiner, actor, 92, at his home in Beverly Hills

   

Excerpts:

The portraits here are of men and women in their 80s and 90s, rich in the rewards of substantial and celebrated careers… Why do they persist, the old masters? …The short answer: “Depend upon it, sir, when a man knows he is to be hanged in a fortnight, it concentrates his mind wonderfully.” ~ Dr. Samuel Johnson

    

Examples:

      

Edward O. Wilson, naturalist and author, 85

  

NYT: You are the world’s foremost expert on ants, and now you’re asking about the meaning of human existence and the future of humanity. Has growing older pushed you to these bigger questions?

    

EW: I couldn’t have asked these questions before. I was too engaged in the hands-on research, especially in the field.

     

NYT: So how has age contributed to your more recent books?

I think age contributed a great deal to [his] recent trilogy of books. First because I feel I have enough experience to join those who are addressing big questions. Second …I was astonished at how little this was being done. I’ve come to appreciate that we’re wrecking the planet… The public response …[has] been unacceptably weak.

       

Ginette Bedard, long-distance runner, 81, Howard Beach, Queens.

Bedard will run in her 12th consecutive New York City Marathon this year.

     

NYT: You ran your first marathon at age 69. How did you do?

    

GB: I came in second in my age group, I think 65 to 69, and the next year I came in first. And I think I was 72 when I beat the world record for my age group, 3:46 or :45.

     

Carl Reiner, actor, 92, Beverly Hills, Calif.

Reiner published his second memoir, ‘‘I Just Remembered,’’ this year.

    

NYT: Has the process of writing for you changed?

      

CR: It has not changed. I still only write from the gut, I can only write about what I know. The only thing I research is if I’m writing about someone I don’t know. Thank God for Google. Otherwise I go by the seat of my pants

   

Roy Haynes, jazz drummer and bandleader, 89, Long Island. Haynes’s latest album was ‘‘Roy-Alty,’’ released in 2011.

    

NYT:  You travel a lot, and it sounds as if you have no intention of slowing down.

     

RH:  I’ve been traveling since 1945. …drumming’s just a continuous way of life. And it’s still going on. I’ve been doing this longer than I’ve been doing anything else.

    

NYT:  What keeps you going?

   

RH:  You get to be this age, you think you know a little more about life. With my traveling around, it’s quite exciting, and I’m sure it keeps me young. A lot of the people I play with are much younger than me. Young enough to be my children or my grandchildren. People say I look young. The average person if they asked how old I was wouldn’t expect me to be the age I am.

          

NYT:  But how do you maintain your stamina?

        

RH:  I don’t know. If I knew, I’d just write a book on that and forget playing drums. I’d become richer.

      

Related posts by Deb:

     

•Think like an Entrepreneur: Be Anti-Fragile No Matter Where You Work   

    

•Beyond Resilience: Givers, Takers, Matchers and Anti-Fragile Systems

     

• Choices for High Performance Teams, Groups and Psuedo-Teams: Achievement Is How You Say It!

    

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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, November 16, 2014 7:11 PM

Learning from our elders, vibrant and accomplished, is a good way of also preparing for the future.  It is notable that the arts are well represented here, and in that, art is life.  ~  Deb

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Germany's Green Energy Is an Expensive Success

Germany's Green Energy Is an Expensive Success | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it

Germany's policy of switching to clean energy looks like a failure on the surface, but it has succeeded in changing people's thinking for the future.

...the policy's results show how a determined government can eventually shake up complacent oligopolies and point their thinking in a different direction.

   

The German government's subsidies to wind, solar and other renewable energy producers have grown to 20 billion euros per year (almost $26 billion at the current exchange rate) since 1991, when Germany first started the financial support. With that massive amount of aid, Germany overshot by three percentage points the European Union's 1997 goal of producing 12 percent of electricity from renewable sources by 2010. In the first quarter of 2014, Germany's electricity mix had a 27 percent renewable share.

 


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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, February 3, 2015 8:21 PM

Cheap, polluted. Clean, expensive. It's not that simple, yet in some ways, it is.  ~  Deb

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Energie : Chauffer sa maison au marc de café

Energie : Chauffer sa maison au marc de café | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it

Comme chacun sait, nos poubelles recèlent de l'or... Chaque année, la France importe ainsi 300 000 tonnes de café, qui se transforment après consommation en 600 000 tonnes de marc.
 
Ces quantités colossales sont le plus souvent jetées, sauf lorsque le résidu, bien connu des jardiniers, rejoint les parterres et pots de fleurs pour servir d'engrais.
 
Le marc de café a pourtant bien d'autres propriétés, en particulier combustibles, qui permettent de le comparer avantageusement aux bûches et aux granulés de bois.

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Des toilettes sèches en carton

Des toilettes sèches en carton | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it

Et pour les toilettes, nous avons trouvé ça : des toilettes sèches en carton avec un seau en inox… sur le site : http://www.ecotrone.fr

 

Ca peut supporter 400 kg.
Nous avons remplacé la lunette en carton par une lunette classique pour un entretien plus facile !

 
Et pour les sceptiques des toilettes sèches, quelques infos :

Chasse d’eau = 40 litres d’eau potable par jour et par habitant, soit 14 mètres cubes par an, soit environ 30 €/ an (ou 120 € pour une famille de 4 personnes).

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Un cerveau plus jeune grâce à la méditation - Sciences et Avenir

Un cerveau plus jeune grâce à la méditation - Sciences et Avenir | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it
Cette pratique aurait un effet neuroprotecteur, en amoindrissant la perte du volume cérébral consécutif à l’âge.
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Un musicien devient directeur artistique du Centre d'arts Orford - LaPresse.ca

Un musicien devient directeur artistique du Centre d'arts Orford - LaPresse.ca | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it
Pour la première fois depuis belle lurette, ce ne sera ni un chef d'orchestre ni un administrateur du milieu des arts qui s'occupera de la programmation du Centre...
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La méditation comme outil pédagogique - Le Monde

La méditation comme outil pédagogique - Le Monde | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it
Au Canada, de nombreux établissements ont fait entrer la « pleine conscience » à l'école. Cette technique permettrait d'améliorer le bien-être et les performances scolaires des élèves.
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What Hootsuite Learned From Their Most Popular Tweets . . .

What Hootsuite Learned From Their Most Popular Tweets . . . | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it
We've gathered 6 lessons from our most popular tweets to share with you all. Use these lessons to compose your next popular tweet!
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Pierre-André Fontaine's curator insight, October 27, 2014 6:26 AM

ajouter votre point de vue ...

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It's interesting to read this and gather some insights for your own tweets...Variety seems to be one thing to take away...

Kathy E Gill's curator insight, November 19, 2014 11:57 PM

Hootsuite analysis of top 10 tweets. :-)

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Digital content trends for 2015

Digital content trends for 2015 | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it
From better targeted content to joined-up comms channels, our expert panel predicts the big talking points for next year
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Kanti Kumar's curator insight, February 1, 2015 8:09 AM

This article compiles the view of content marketing experts in the private sector. Some of these trends will apply to non-profits as well, especially targeted content and integrated digital channels. But there will be some other important trends, namely curation of content and increased engagement with audience, both of which will help non-profits in raising awareness about the issues on which they are working. What other trends do you foresee for non-profits?

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How To Use Instagram For Businesses [INFOGRAPHIC]

How To Use Instagram For Businesses [INFOGRAPHIC] | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it

If you don’t have a proper strategy for your social efforts, they’re going to fall flat and exactly the same applies for Instagram . . .

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www.bharatemployment.com

Colita Dainton's curator insight, February 18, 2015 6:22 AM

Are you using Instagram for #business? Would be great to hear any success stories

Agi Anderson's curator insight, March 10, 2015 9:39 AM

Instagram is a biggie this year, it's worth getting to know the platform!

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Architecture in Spain Photography

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Mikel Muruzabal est un studio basé à Pampelune et Barcelone spécialisé dans la photographie, la mode et la publicité. Fubiz a sélectionné plusieurs clich
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Is Brand Engagement Over on Facebook?

Is Brand Engagement Over on Facebook? | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it

The news about Facebook lately has been pretty grim. The Wall St. Journal recently ran a piece on how smaller brands are seeing sales generated from Facebook in “the lower digits” even on pages with tons of “likes”, and Facebook recently announced that starting January 1 our newsfeeds will see even less of “promotional posts”


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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, January 24, 2015 3:36 AM

The decline of organic reach on Facebook is continuing as I observed last year calling social media publishing dead (as we knew it). In this post, [url=/u/185862 x-already-notified=1]Janet Fouts[/url] describes how it's going to be even worse in 2015.


As I explained back then, the solution resides on using social networks not as your real estate but as distribution channels for content placed in a hub you control. As CMI's Joe Pulizzi also puts it: "don't build your content marketing on rented land". Even if social media is your most important activity (as a community manager for instance), if you're just sharing links, you're missing out: you should use a content hub. This can be a blog, a mini content site (such as a Scoop.it page) or something else but this needs to be a pace where you can convert your readers to either subscribe, learn about your product or engage with you directly. 



Janet Fouts's curator insight, January 27, 2015 11:37 AM

I completely agree. Social media sites can't be just real estate. Get a billboard! Brands large and small will have to work a lot harder to be able to reach their network on Facebook, that means they will have to engage them, use other platforms to drive discussion too.

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Crowdfunding Phenom: Kickstarter CEO Yancey Strickler on Success, Copycats, and 'Broken Promises'

Crowdfunding Phenom:  Kickstarter CEO Yancey Strickler on Success, Copycats, and 'Broken Promises' | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it

The crowdfunding model is now a mini-cottage industry, thanks to Kickstarter, and yes, he's been spoofed by 'South Park.'

Excerpts:

...When did the concept of crowdfunding first click for you?

In 2005. I had these artist and musician friends with day jobs that they hated, but they couldn’t afford to just do art or music. There’s a widespread assumption that creative things just magically happen, and they don’t. Creation requires funding.

    

....(order changed)  Today, millions of people use the site each day, adding up to a daily average of $1 million in pledges (some 70,000 campaigns have launched on the site). 

      

...Are there plans to grow the staff?

Actually, no. I think we’ll get to 100 people, but not much beyond that in the near future. Being a small company [means we are] light on costs, and I like the scrappiness of trying to accomplish a lot with a little. There’s far more shared ownership with a small team.
     
...Are you threatened by ...copycat competitors?

I’ve always known others would copy our idea, but to be honest, we’ve always been the strongest product. ....and for most of our measurements -- dollars pledged, site visitors, project supporters -- there’s a huge gulf between us and the rest of the field.

 

 


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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, October 16, 2014 1:55 PM

FOR THE WIN:  Spot on great ideas, carried to full implementation and sustained in good faith, with some bumps in the road. Overall good ideas, good will and smart business practices will win the day, says I.   As an consultant, there's a lot to like about Kickstarter, including my favorite value in the work world, "choice."  We have a lot that is industrial age about our still new, burgeoning information age.  Fortunately, Kickstarter the concept, and the reality, is not one of them.

I've also included crowdfunding and crowdsourcing as a community building, ownership trend that field of Organization Development (OD), among others, is ignoring in a digital chapter on its way to publication for Wiley for Practicing OD, 2015 edition.

 

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WordPress Website Monitoring : Surveillez la disponibilité de vos sites

Connaître la disponibilité de son site est très important, découvrez comment surveiller gratuitement son site avec le plugin WordPress Website Monitoring.


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Google's growing cloud just got a NoSQL database — Tech News ...

Google's growing cloud just got a NoSQL database — Tech News ... | The 5th dimension | Scoop.it
Google is expanding its cloud platform with a "NoSQL-like" database called Cloud Datastore. It's a fully managed database that's replicated across data centers and built to scale.

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[vidéo] Herbow : store de fenêtre ou jardin suspendu ?

Herbow, un concept unique et non conventionnelles. Un dispositif a double vocation, à la fois jardin suspendu et store de fenêtre. Il se présentant sous la forme d’un plateau fixé à un fenêtre, via deux bras battants, pouvant être relevé ou abaissé.

 

Plus d'infos sur : www.yankodesign.com

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