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Michel explains here the pillars of creative strategy: a culture based on interaction as synergy, a management that relies on fulfillment of the group or of individuals, a system rewarding the capacity to respond in a creative, autonomous and critical manner, and a structure vergeing on alterity and innovation. Continue reading
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Michel Saloff-Coste is an international integral and global futurist. He describes here the new era of creation-communication, where meaning becomes central to innovation, as well as handling collaborative dynamics, and uniting external with internal. Continue reading
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Orly Lobel is the author of “Talent Wants to Be Free” and a professor of Law at University of San Diego. ‘Talent wants to be free’ states that ‘motivation, relationships, and mobility’ are most important ingredients for successful innovation. Continue reading
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Philippe Silberzahn focuses on how organizations deals with situations of radical uncertainty from two angles: from an entrepreneurial angle, with the creation of new markets and new products, and from a managerial angle, with the management of disruptions, strategic surprises and wicked problems by large organizations. Continue reading
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BIG is the unit targeted to breakthrough innovation initiated by Pernod-Ricard group. Rather than stepping into single opportunities, BIG develops ‘platforms of opportunities’, fostering a comprehensive dialogue with business units. Let’s follow our guide, Alain Dufossé, BIG’s Managing Director. Continue reading
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Orange opens crowdsourcing platform to share creative ideas, letting you influence Orange innovation, or pursue an entrereneurial venture Continue reading