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My latest article: Shaping the Organization of the Future | HRPS journal ow.ly/wkFZf
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Nouveau billet sur le thème ô combien important de l'Entreprise Apprenante: Les MOOCS, facteur de rupture pour l’entreprise http://ow.ly/rHjef
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Nouveau billet: L’intelligence collective en question (3/3)
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mon nouveau billet est en ligne sur 01net...
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Nouveau billet: Les grandes entreprises devraient s'inspirer des start-up http://t.co/DrEUdnhX
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New post: What corporations could learn from startups
I spent the past months becoming increasingly interested in sustainable innovation entrepreneurship. It is a bit far from my regular organizational change practice, yet it was a great opportunity t...
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Nouveau billet: L’intelligence collective en question (2/3) | 01Net Business
Tour d'horizon des outils qui favorisent l'intelligence collective et des questions à se poser pour évaluer le degré de maturité de votre organisation.
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Nouveau billet: L’intelligence collective en question (1/3) http://ow.ly/lh0ex
L’intelligence collective se définit comme la capacité collective à gérer des situations nouvelles et complexes. En entreprise, un minimum d’autonomie et d’interactivité entre individu semblent nécessaire pour réussir.
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Nouveau billet sur 01Net Entreprises
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Les technologies actuelles, telles que le Cloud, le Big Data sont le signes de l’évolution de l’Internet en un système apprenant, complémentaire à l’intelligence humaine. Les hommes et les sociétés do...
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nouveau billet sur 01NetPro : Manager, embaucheriez-vous un Mage ?
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Nouveau billet : Le talon d’Achille des projets d’entreprise 2.0 : une courte vue 
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Pour réussir, un projet 2.0 a besoin d’une vision d’entreprise clairement définie et d’un appui suffisamment long pour achever son déploiement.
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I focus on disruptive change within large companies, the sort of change that creates corporate transformation in the medium or long term, and that is being experienced by a few companies today (early adopters). I bring corporate knowledge, new trend expertise (on Enterprise 2.0, for example, and more generally on disruptive change) together with academic learning and a research practice focused on the needs of the corporations I work with. Prior to creating my consulting practice Early Strategies, I worked for 20 years in executive and management roles in IBM, AT&T and GE. (http://fr.linkedin.com/in/ceciledemailly)
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I focus on disruptive change within large companies, the sort of change that creates corporate transformation in the medium or long term, and that is being experienced by a few companies today (early adopters). I bring corporate knowledge, new trend expertise (on Enterprise 2.0, for example, and more generally on disruptive change) together with academic learning and a research practice focused on the needs of the corporations I work with. Prior to creating my consulting practice Early Strategies, I worked for 20 years in executive and management roles in IBM, AT&T and GE.
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