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Rethinking the Workplace Relationship of the Future

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Diego Rivera’s The Worker Isn’t it time to change the dominant stories we’ve been taught about workplace relationships? They’re old, exhausted and defeating. They’re based on models of thinking abo...
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Video of Céline Schillinger at Social Now 2019 - "Leadership Is Broken"

Video of Céline Schillinger at Social Now 2019 - "Leadership Is Broken" | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
“Leadership is broken. Can digital help?” was the title of Céline Schillinger's keynote at Social Now 2019. She invited us to reflect on current leadership and to explore the role of digital in shaping more positive behaviours.
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Creating the coronopticon - Countries are using apps and data networks to keep tabs on the pandemic | Briefing

Creating the coronopticon - Countries are using apps and data networks to keep tabs on the pandemic | Briefing | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
And also, in the process, their citizens
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Compaq and Coronavirus –

Compaq and Coronavirus – | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Compaq’s descent from a company of action to a brand is a frightening parable for the the West’s focus on talk over action.
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How China uses technology to deal with the Corona virus…

How China uses technology to deal with the Corona virus… | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
China has dealt with the epidemic in an impressive way as praised by world health organization (WHO). Now, as I am no virologist, I cannot comment on how a…
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How One Business Management Theory Explains Donald Trump

How One Business Management Theory Explains Donald Trump | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
One of the persistent criticisms of President Trump is that he has continually violated well-established norms of political life. That would be bad. However a considerable amount of research in organizational behavior suggests another possibility: That Trump’s actions, however objectionable, are not as unusual as we’d like to believe. To the contrary, his traits and …
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10 Principles for a better Internet –

10 Principles for a better Internet – | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Trebor Scholz is perfectly aware of the limits of theoretical principles. Still, he created 10 core principles for platform cooperativism: 1)      Ownership This idea is to people-center the internet by collective owned platform cooperatives, owned by the people who generate most of the value on those platforms. It could reinvigorate this public-minded history of internet…
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The New Disrupters

The New Disrupters | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Disrupters are now going directly to consumers with products that compete head-on with incumbents.
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Qu'est-ce qu'un régime de travail réellement humain ?

Qu'est-ce qu'un régime de travail réellement humain ? | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
"L'humanité se divise en deux catégories, les gens qui comptent pour quelque chose et les gens qui comptent pour rien. Quand on est dans la seconde, on en arrive à trouver naturel de compter pour rien – ce qui ne veut certes pas dire qu'on ne souffre pas." Simone Weil
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We Need a New Science of Progress

We Need a New Science of Progress | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Humanity needs to get better at knowing how to get better.
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The Digital Change Agent’s Manifesto; Empowering Tomorrow's Leaders from Within

The Digital Change Agent’s Manifesto; Empowering Tomorrow's Leaders from Within | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
In a world where digital technology is evolving faster than organizations can adapt, it’s no secret that companies are investing in digital transformation and corporate innovation. But who is leading the charge? Often, it’s the individuals who share a deep expertise and passion for digital. And while these “digital change agents” are striving to bring change from within their respective group in the organization, they aren’t necessarily seasoned or trained at navigating the cultural dynamics that drive change throughou
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Speaking Truth to Power

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By Megan Reitz and John Higgins The need for transparency has never been more important, both in politics and in business. However, new research from Hult International Business School suggests that most leaders are genuinely blind to the fact of just how difficult it is for others to speak up to them.  Hult professor Megan …
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How Inequality Imperils Cooperation - Issue 79: Catalysts

How Inequality Imperils Cooperation - Issue 79: Catalysts | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Last year news came that Indian billionaire Gautam Adani was set to exploit Australian coal reserves. The deal, The New York Times…
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� The coronavirus trilemma; flattening the recession curve; startup highs & lows, gang lockdown++ #263

� The coronavirus trilemma; flattening the recession curve; startup highs & lows, gang lockdown++ #263 | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Liberal democracies are facing the "coronavirus trilemma". This is a post for premium members of Exponential View that is being made freely available. If you want to support the newsletter, you can join here with a 10% discount. The coronavirus trilemma; flattening the recession curve; startup highs
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Your data or your life?

Your data or your life? | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
As governments around the world scramble to manage the coronavirus outbreak, the location data tracked by your mobile phone has become a highly sought-after commodity. Authorities in China, Israel, Russia, the US, and even the uber-privacy-conscious European Union have either secured access to mobile phone location data that they can use to identify people at risk of infection, or they are trying to get their hands on it. But is this really a good idea? Read the full story.
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Why do employers have a disconnect in HR technology

Why do employers have a disconnect in HR technology | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Despite serious dollars spent on HR technology, buyers remain unsatisfied with outcomes.
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The Way We Work Is Killing Us

The Way We Work Is Killing Us | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
An interview with the author of ‘Dying for a Paycheck.’
Hollywood Jones 's curator insight, March 22, 9:46 PM
Work is killing us in a way that we haven't noticed at all.
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Elizabeth Warren and The Grass Ceiling of Networked Leadership

After Elizabeth Warren’s poor showing on Super Tuesday and suspending her campaign today, there is a lot of hang wringing about why she faired so poorly— analysis of her political strategy, her…
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Trust Delusion Research: Findings and summary report

Trust Delusion Research: Findings and summary report | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
The Trust Delusion project, launched at the start of 2020, explores why business leaders and politicians consistently speak about “trust” in a way that appears significantly detached from the lived experience of employees, customers and citizens/ voters. What matters to “us” is not what apparently pre-occupies “them”. More in this article in Management Today. With …
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Comment gouverner un peuple roi ? : Traité nouveau d'art politique

Comment gouverner un peuple roi ? : Traité nouveau d'art politique | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Comment gouverner un peuple roi ? : Traité nouveau d'art politique : « Sommes\-nous entrés dans l’ère du déclin démocratique, voire dans un âge post démocratique ? Admettons au moins l’existence d’une triple déception : la démocratie libérale souffre d’une terrible crise d[...]
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The Great Google Revolt - The New York Times

The Great Google Revolt - The New York Times | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Some of its employees tried to stop their company from doing work they saw as unethical. It blew up in their faces.
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The music of all time is a duet between order and disorder | Aeon Essays

The music of all time is a duet between order and disorder | Aeon Essays | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Humans love laws and seek predictability. But like our Universe, which thrives on entropy, we need disorder to flourish
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"Le nazisme est de notre temps et de notre lieu" : le management contemporain est-il son héritier ?

"Le nazisme est de notre temps et de notre lieu" : le management contemporain est-il son héritier ? | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Dans son dernier essai, "Libres d’obéir" (Gallimard), l'historien Johann Chapoutot compare les méthodes de management contemporaines à celles du nazisme et en relève les troublantes ressemblances.
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Review: The Spirit Level by Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett | Books | The Guardian

Review: The Spirit Level by Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett | Books | The Guardian | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Review: The Spirit Level: Why More Equal Societies Almost Always Do Better by Richard Wilkinson and Kate PickettA hard-hitting study of the social effects of inequality has profound implications, says Lynsey Hanley.
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