Find your way in the pyramid of on demand talent

In short : > What is at the heart of digital disruption is the emergence of open organizations. > These organizations are characterized by the use of talent on demand, but this takes various forms. > In this article, Albert Meige distinguishes three large layers of talent on demand and locates the activity of his own company within this group. Introduction Ten years ago in San Francisco, I saw the future of organizations. Open innovation was one of the aspects of this future, but it did not represent its essence. What I see appearing everywhere today is the open organization. This isn’t apparent to you? That’s normal. The components of this evolution still bear other names today, but they converge on

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Is Buffer an Example of the Company of the Future?

In a previous article extracted from his co-authored book Innovation Intelligence, Albert Meige talked about the mega trends in employment and work organization. Among these mega trends, he mentioned flexibility in terms of both time and space in the future work organizations. Well, it seems that at least one company is already in the future. Let’s talk about Buffer ! Buffer is a software application that allows its users to manage accounts in social networks. The most interesting feature of the application is that it gives the possibility for users to schedule posts to Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Instagram, Pinterest and Google+. The company was created back in 2010 by Joel Gascoigne (CEO) and Leo Widrich (COO) in the UK. The two co-founders quickly

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Presans Outlook 2017: Our Vision of the Future

This is how we upped our game at Presans in 2016 1. We reinforced our defining human asset: the Presans Fellows group. 2. We increased and deepened our expert pool by launching Sofia 3. 3. We developed our business by partnering with ADL on breakthrough innovation. The three megatrends we identified a year ago are still active Trend #1: An inflation and fragmentation of knowledge: new knowledge is being generated at an accelerated rhythm (for instance, five million scientific papers are published every year). In addition to this, this new knowledge is created in a multitude of entities of which the average size is decreasing. Thus, it is faster today to pick from this knowledge that has already been created

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