Article publié à l’origine sur le site d’infos de la RTBF, dans la rubrique Opinions.
Pour Aurélie Valtat, spécialiste des nouvelles technologies, l’entreprise de demain sera très différente. Conséquence des nouvelles technologies et des modèles véhiculés par les entreprises qui les portent. Continue reading “Demain, une culture d’entreprise résolument plus démocratique”
Actually you don’t need to know who these four authors are to appreciate the blog post, but because I know how curious you are, here is their bio in a nutshell:
Clay Shirky is a professor in New Media at New York University and has written books called Here Comes Everybody and Cognitive Surplus.
Malcolm Gladwell is a writer and reporter for the New Yorker and he wrote the bestsellers The Tipping Point, Blink and Outliers.
Dan and Chip Heath are two academics who co-wrote the notoriously memorable book Made to stick in 2007. Continue reading “What do Clay Shirky, Malcolm Gladwell and the Heath brothers have in common?”
Saturday 20 November was a special day for me, my daughter, over 200 girls aged 11-15, and the organisers/volunteers of the event.On that day, the Greenlight for Girls international NGO organised a Science Day at the International School of Brussels. The aim of the day was to encourage young girls to pursue a scientific education/career and to see math, physics, engineering, IT as fun activities. Continue reading “You’ll be a man, my daughter”
I was googling myself this afternoon, like I do from time to time just to check who’s cracking jokes about me in my back (OK, c’mon, those who’ve never googled themselves raise their hands – see, I knew it ;-)), and this is what I found: a blog post from French blog “Se former à la communication européenne” which provides a critical analysis of the speech of Viviane Reding, EU Commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship, gave at the European Communication Summit on 1 July. Continue reading “Can you trust what people say on Twitter, especially if it’s real-time?”
I was speaking yesterday at a conference in Brussels called #140conf, about EUROCONTROL’s social media response to the volcanic ashcloud crisis (presentation here). I had great fun yesterday and learned a lot, maybe because I had great fun doing so :-). Continue reading “The ‘real’ factor: when real-time meets real life”