Links for this week (weekly)

  • “I’ve been thinking about this Scott Berkun article for a while : Calling Bullshit on social media.

    This is a question I’ve always asked myself whenever preparing a blog post or a presentation on Enterprise 2.0.

    Sameer Patel defines Enterprise 2.0 as the enterprise state once it has implemented social media inside the organisation. So we’re spot on the topic, and the question is how to make sure we don’t get carried away and start BSing while evangelizing enterprise 2.0 ?

    Ten questions to ask yourself while preparing your homework to make sure you don’t get caught by the @berkun and the @dahowlett of this 2.0 world … And Hypertextual ten answers to convince myself I am not that BullshitCallable.”

    tags: enterprise2.0, evangelization

  • tags: web2.0, enterprise2.0, collaboration, CISCO, casestudies, knowledgesharing, ROI, value, valuecreation

  • “Isaac Getz, professeur en innovation à l’ESCP, a reçu le prix Syntec Conseil en management pour avoir décrypté “une forme d’organisation des entreprises peu répandue mais qui permet aux sociétés d’afficher des résultats supérieurs à leurs concurrentes”. Ce mode d’organisation qu’il appelle “Liberté SA” (Freedom Inc. en anglais) est censé favoriser l’auto-motivation des salariés. L’idée du chercheur étant que “des employés responsables et libres de décider sont plus productifs”. Les entreprises ainsi organisées sont plus performantes ou plus rentables que leurs concurrentes, notamment grâce au surcroît d’implication des employés et à la réduction de l’absentéisme, selon lui. “

    tags: management, empowerment, organization, productivity, hierarchy, financialperformance, initiative, autonomy, isaacgetz

  • “Millennials view work as a key part of life, not a separate activity that needs to be “balanced” by it. For that reason, they place a strong emphasis on finding work that’s personally fulfilling. They want work to afford them the opportunity to make new friends, learn new skills, and connect to a larger purpose. That sense of purpose is a key factor in their job satisfaction; according to our research, they’re the most socially conscious generation since the 1960s.”

    tags: generationy, millenials, humanresources, mentoring

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