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Le “Must-Read” by @Boostzone Institute – February 2013

Le “Must-Read” by @Boostzone Institute – February 2013

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© Boostzone Institute 2013
Monthly quote
“Reading article: «Our species can’t seem to escape big data»Replace «big data» with «bananas». Makes much more sense” 
@bodyspacesoc aka Antonio A. Casilli,
associate professor Telecom ParisTech
Contact: terry.zimmer@boostzone.fr 
Why this review ?
This is your monthly Must-Read on the future of management and the world of work.The «perfect storm» which shaped evolution of the world of work - generated by sea changesin technologies, economy, society, governance in all its forms - is forcing Management tochange.In order not to be submerged, the manager has to be «augmented», he has to use andmaster new tools and new knowledge at his disposal. All executives face this challenge.This review is our way to help you. It delivers to you the summary of the best articles wefound during the last month on these changes. The Boostzone Institute aims to becomeyour reference «curator», ie to select and enhance the information for you.Therefore any comment helping us to improve it is more than welcome.
Topics for the Augmented Manager 
Management (R)evolutionTowards Augmented Manager EconomicGovernanceTechnology FuturesDemographic ChangesResources OptimizationMore Notable LinksParadigm Changes
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Le “Must-Read”
The Review of Curated Online Content
T o w a r d s A u g m e n t e d M a n a g e m e n tREAD
- February 2013
Info.Tek.Art, Luc Fayard, 17 janvier 2013
« On cherche depuis des années comment sortir l’en-treprise de son marasme existentiel et lui redonner descouleurs attrayantes pour ses salariés. Ce n’est pasune mince affaire... Interview de Dominique Turcq, pré-sident du Boostzone Institute, qui publie Le Manage-ment Augmenté... […]Il répond ici à mes questions dans cette interviewwebtv vidéo. Il parle de son manager augmenté faceà quelques grands enjeux: le collaboratif, l’autorité, le
changement, la performance et, enn, la culture fran
-çaise dont il pense qu’elle peut produire un nouveau
type de manager: efcace et humaniste. »
Harvard Business Review,Scott Edinger, January 17, 2013
“What makes someone a good communicator? There’s
no mystery here, not since Aristotle identied the three
critical elements — ethos, pathos, and logos. — thou-sands of years ago.”
Techonomy, Gabriel Mizrahi, January 28, 2013
“Bob could be anyone—realized that his job could effec-tively be outsourced to a developer overseas. So that’s
what he did. He contracted with a Chinese rm based in
Shenyang (a hub that is known, among other things, for a rich talent pool in software) and paid it less than one-
fth of his six-gure salary to churn out his code, which
he reviewed and handed off to management each day,on time and with high quality. With all of his new free
time, Bob engaged in more fullling activities”
Harvard Business Review,Tammy Johns & Lynda Gratton, January-February, 2013
“In this article we describe how each wave came about
through a conuence of shifting employee priorities,
evolving employer imperatives, and emerging commu-nications and collaboration technologies. With expertsprojecting that within a few years, more than 1.3 billionpeople will work virtually—that is, through rich electro-nic connections from sites of their choosing—it is impor-tant to understand the transformation under way.”
Management (R)evolutionToward Augmented Manager 
McKinsey Report, May 2012 
“Last year, McKinsey & Company served as researchpartner to The Wall Street Journal’s Executive TaskForce for Women in the Economy. Our message wasstraightforward: women have fueled the growth of theUS economy and its largest corporations. Furthermore,much evidence supports the business case for gender diversity—in a nutshell, diverse leadership generatesstronger business results. We argued that leadersshould focus on their middle managers, creating op-portunities that would encourage women to acceleratetheir professional growth on a course to the top, overco-ming barriers that companies, and women themselves,put in the way.This year, we undertook a more ambitious US-basedresearch project with the help of 60 corporations, al-most all in the Fortune 500 or of similar size. ”
Telerama, Marc Belpoins, 9 février 2013
Selon le psychiatre Serge Tisseron : « Quand une tech-nologie nouvelle se met en place, elle est toujours inhu-maine. Et puis elle s’adapte peu à peu à notre esprit,en même temps que l’esprit s’adapte à elle. L’opposi-tion entre la culture du livre et la culture des écrans estprobablement destinée à s’effacer derrière une culture«par les écrans», qui intégrera le meilleur de l’une et del’autre. »
Fenixs Boostzone SARL - 24/28 rue de la Pépinière 75008 Paris - Tél. +33 (0)6 77 11 34 48 - www.boostzone.fr 
© Boostzone Institute 2013
Fenixs Boostzone SARL - 24/28 rue de la Pépinière 75008 Paris - Tél. +33 (0)6 77 11 34 48 - www.boostzone.fr 
Christophe Ginisty, Manuel Castells, 23 janvier 2013
« Les engagements qui nous lient au corps social nesont obligatoires que parce qu’ils sont mutuels ; et leur nature est telle qu’en les remplissant on ne peut travail-ler pour autrui sans travailler aussi pour soi (…) l’égalitéde droit et la notion de justice qu’elle produit dérivent dela préférence que chacun se donne, et par conséquentde la nature de l’homme » (in Chapitre 2.4 : Des bornesdu pouvoir souverain).
The Hufngton Post, William McGuinness
January 29 2013
“Maybe we should incentivize colleges to more accu-rately counsel students,» Vedder told the Chronicleof Higher Education. «If you get a degree in businessadministration, you may not necessarily walk into amiddle-class life. There’s a good chance you may endup being a bartender.”
Time, Martha C. White, January 17, 2013
“When we talk about Americans barely into adulthoodwho are saddled with debilitating levels of debt, theconversation is almost always about student loan debt.But there’s a growing body of evidence suggesting that
Zero Hedge, Tyler Durden, February 5, 2013
“It is perhaps notable that the outlook for 2013’s GDPgrowth continues to sink. However, as the chart be-low so obviously highlights, expectations for earningsgrowth in Europe have massively disconnected frommacro fundamentals (just as in the US) as nominalstock indices is all that matters anymore.”
Economic Paradigm ChangesSocial Paradigm Changes
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Le “Must-Read”
The Review of Curated Online Content
T o w a r d s A u g m e n t e d M a n a g e m e n tREAD
- February 2013
“Pick something of value, make bets on the future valueof «something», add contract & you have a derivative.
Banks make massive prots on derivatives, and when
the bubble bursts chances are the tax payer will end upwith the bill. This visualizes the total coverage for deri-
vatives (notional). […] catastrophic for the world nan
-cial system since the 9 largest banks shown below holda total of $228.72 trillion in Derivatives - Approximately3 times the entire world economy. No government inworld has money for this bailout. Lets take a look atwhat banks have the biggest Derivative Exposures andwhat scandals they’ve been lately involved in.”
Russian Today, January 20, 2013
“Oxfam is a leading international philanthropy orga-nization. Its new report, ‘The Cost of Inequality: HowWealth and Income Extremes Hurt us All,’ argues thatthe extreme concentration of wealth actually hindersthe world’s ability to reduce poverty.The report was published before the World EconomicForum in Davos, and calls on world leaders to “end ex-treme wealth by 2025, and reverse the rapid increasein inequality seen in the majority of countries in the last20 years.”today’s young adults are also drowning in credit-carddebt — and that many of them will take this debt to their graves.”

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