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C’est quoi un DRH innovant, et qui catalyse l’Innovation ? (Partie 2) – Le Blog de l’Innovation et des RH “De quoi s’agit-il en pratique ? En fait, il s’agit de notre engagement, de notre capacité en tant que RH, à favoriser, développer, et mettre en oeuvre concrètement les conditions propices à l’innovation, et ses […]

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What Is Going Wrong With BYOD? – CIO.com “What’s behind this harsh BYOD reality check? If you stop and think about all the troubles early BYOD adopters have faced over the last couple of years, the CompTIA survey findings begin to make sense. Companies watching these early adopters stumble along are no doubt thinking twice […]

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L’holacratie : et si on se passait des chefs ? – JDN Management “Briser la logique pyramidale pour établir un modèle égalitaire : c’est le pari de l’holacratie. Avec à la clé, la promesse d’une organisation efficace et d’un meilleur engagement. “ tags: manageent holacracy L’holacratie propose une nouvelle structure de gestion du pouvoir qui […]

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The destruction of home page news ““I no longer support the idea of home page news and features,” says Shel Holtz, Principal, Holtz Communications + Technology. “My opinion has changed 180 degrees in the past two years. Activity streams is where we are moving.”” tags: intranet intranet2.0 homepage activitystream internalcollaboration readership Finding a balance between […]

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CEOs favour ‘bolt-on’ digital strategies over digital ‘transformation’, says Forrester study “In its the State of Digital Business 2014 report, which polled 1,591 senior business leaders in the UK and US during November 2013 to January 2014, Forrester revealed some major disconnects between the marketing and technology sides of businesses, with responses signalling a “digital […]

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IBM Watson: The Future of Computers with Conversational Skills “An essential part of the third era of computing—cognitive computing—will be our ability to interact with smart machines in ways that are more natural to us. Making them conversational is an important part of that effort.” tags: cognitivecomputing ibm watson conversation conversationalskills In the cognitive era […]

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In Hiring, Algorithms Beat Instinct “Humans are very good at specifying what’s needed for a position and eliciting information from candidates€”but they’re very bad at weighing the results. Our analysis of 17 studies of applicant evaluations shows that a simple equation outperforms human decisions by at least 25%. The effect holds in any situation with […]

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Does technology improve employee engagement? “In the process of applying technology, we can’t forget that workforce engagement, the measure of whether an employee merely does the minimum required of them, versus proactively driving innovation and new value for the organization, is the ultimate objective here. Thus, engagement can only ever be partially accounted for by […]

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The Social Graph of Work “The industrial era approach to getting something done is to first create an organization. If something new and different needs to be done, a new and different kind of organizational form needs to be put into effect. Changing the lines of accountability and reporting is the epitome of change in […]

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Vers l’iconomie “Pour comprendre le monde dans lequel nous vivons il faut voir que l’informatisation a transformé la nature, si l’on nomme ainsi ce à  quoi les intentions et les actions humaines sont confrontées. Ceux qui n’en ont pas conscience ne peuvent ni interpréter la situation présente, ni définir une stratégie. “ tags: economy iconomy […]