In brief : Enterprise 2.0 and Social Business aim at a flexible and disintermediate allocation of intangible assets, according to needs, for a better organizational agility. A model that can’t be affixed on actual planned ones that are the norm, despite of the numerous adoption programs. To explain and justify many new approaches to work [...]
Management, Management 2.0 and Human resources
Need for agility, networked collaboration...Gary Hamel tells us that the future of management is going to look like web 2.0. Call it management or management 2.0, businesses need a new management model and the right HR practices to support it.
In brief : authorizing and using Facebook at work is still a strong debate. Some consider it has a negative impact on work but a closer look can lead to another conclusion : it’s a thermometer of human relationships and management failure. A consequence and not a cause. That’s one of the web’s favorite debate. [...]
In short : gamification is the answer to many managerial challenges. But, if we sum up all that’s expected from it, it looks like the best gamification system is management and that we’re once again trying to fix human issues with technology. After an umpteenth post on the limits of gamification and the need to [...]
In short : sustainability is a trendy idea. It suggests both the idea of continuity in performance and respect for resources. But doesn’t it leads to status-quo, what is dangerous in a world where frequent disruptions is the new normal ? Shouldn’t we act, manage others and oneself focusing more on renewability than sustainability ? [...]