Part 1 of #emotionsatwork series: a 10mins video to gain a better understanding of mechanics of emotions.
Some key elements to implement a mentoring programme, from matching to training and dealing with stakeholders.
There’s a lot of discussion lately on why the US or Europe didn’t invest more to fight pandemics. One of the obvious answer is that we got caught up with « tech » in ways that make no societal sense and that we are now paying a huge collective bill.
Going back to basics with mentoring in 2 short videos (in French).
If you are wondering whether your organisation is mentoring-ready or whether it is right for you. Keep watching.
Still view mentoring as a nice-to-have HR career dev tool? Take another look and see how mentoring design can serve your strategy.
Intuitive Leadership has become trendy but also a necessity. But how can we develop it if we don’t understand it?
Samsung announced a tremendous partnership strategy yesterday. It asks the question if hardware manufacturers can survive the platform era?
SoftBank recent fails and the imminent arrival of US tech investors in Europe is getting many tech and business journalists excited. I think we shouldn’t be so enthusiastic and rapidly refocus how we see tech investment in Europe.
Why have these four letters of « tech » been so central to innovation and market growth these last decades and how do we still misinterpret them?
An update on one of the tools we use to copilot innovation project with startups or industrials, and a peak at the logic behind these tools.
I will be contributing a chapter about decoding emotions at work to the book « The Female Code » which will be out this summer. Stay tuned.
Innovation trends such as « dark kitchens » in food delivery business, might seems far away from your market. You might actually not realize how they paint a target on your industry’s back.
Masculine values are central to many things in business, but not for innovation where feminine values are critical. If only there was a simple way to get more of them… Oh, wait.
Forecasts about technology might actually see where tech is going, but more importantly they put into light the underlying key cycles in society and the industry.