Publiée le mercredi 28 février
The world of work has been disrupted in ways I've never seen. We're working many more hours (we've lost an entire week of vacation time since 2000), we feel overwhelmed (40% of US workers believe their work is "highly stressful"), and more and more people are taking on gig-work and alternative work arrangements. And everywhere, we are re-inventing our skills and ourselves to cope with the rise of labor-saving technology and software, including Artificial Intelligence. (Read the article "Catch the Wave, 21st Century Careers" for more on this.)
Publiée le mardi 27 février

Transforming companies to achieve organizational agility is in its early days but already yielding positive returns. While the paths can vary, survey findings suggest how to start.

Publiée le lundi 26 février

Working on health works. It’s good for your people and for your bottom line.

The central idea underlying our organizational work for the past decade has been that the best way to run a business is to balance short-term performance and long-term health.

Publiée le dimanche 25 février

Only a few actions matter, and they require the CEO’s attention.

Organizations have always needed leaders who are good at recognizing emerging challenges and inspiring organizational responses. That need is intensifying today as leaders confront, among other things, digitization, the surging power of data as a competitive weapon, and the ability of artificial intelligence to automate the workplace and enhance business performance. These technology-driven shifts create an imperative for most organizations to change, which in turn demands more and better leaders up and down the line.

Publiée le samedi 24 février

Five forces of blockchain technology could affect the creative economy. Here are some of the risks and challenges to overcome.

Many readers will be familiar with blockchain as the underlying enabling technology developed for Bitcoin, a cryptocurrency. Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, provides this summary in his book on the Fourth Industrial Revolution: “In essence, the blockchain is a shared, programmable, cryptographically secure and therefore trusted ledger which no single user controls and which can be inspected by anyone.”

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Un de nos projets dans les Echos : la blockchain au tour de France avec l'ANFR

le premier projet de blockchain secteur public en France vit son dernier test grandeur nature sur le tour de France avant ouverture du service au public.

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L'Agence nationale des fréquences (anfr.fr) dont nous accompagnons la transformation numérique depuis 4 ans met à disposition une blockchain pour gérer les fréquences libres de droit sur les grands événements, occasions traditionnelles d'afflux massifs d'appareils qui émettent dans ces gammes et risquent de se brouiller mutuellement.

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Une façon de simplifier la vie de tous par les technologies disruptives.

 
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Like short skirts, innovation has traditionally swung into and out of fashion: popular in good times and tossed back into the closet in downturns. But as globalization tears down the geographic boundaries and market barriers that once kept businesses from achieving their potential, a company's ability to innovate—to tap the fresh value-creating ideas of its employees and those of its partners, customers, suppliers, and other parties beyond its own boundaries—is anything but faddish. In fact, innovation has become a core driver of growth, performance, and valuation.