Category Archives: Knowledge

Never Forget Lateral Learning

In a recent session with teams of Intrapreneurs from Group Poult (European leader in Private Label biscuits), we asked to some participants to illustrate through their experience what co-creation with customers really meant. The result was brilliant. We first heard … Continue reading

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Inspiring Books for 2013 – #3 : Managing Flow, I. Nonaka

All right. This is not the kind of books you want to read in the subway or in a café. It is academic, and probably made for academics (its price also is for academics…). But I think its main ideas … Continue reading

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“All the President’s Men” and the Age of Internet

Because of US elections, French TV gave us the opportunity to watch again Alan J. Pakula’s movie : All the President’s Men. I have been impressed by one particular thing in the movie : the technological gap between 1972 and … Continue reading

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