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Webreview about the Future of the World of Work - February 2012

Webreview about the Future of the World of Work - February 2012

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The Boostzone Institute WEB REVIEW
N°13. February 2012
“Prohibition has made nothing but trouble” “I am like any other man. All I do is supply a demand.” 
«Al» Capone (1899 - 1947), leader of a crime syndicate during the prohibiltion.
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Summary
Major trends in the globalized world
- « La guerre civile numérique ».................................p.2- Average is over.......................................................p.2- The myth of Japan’s failure.......................................p.2
Management in the future world of work
- Extroverts, introverts, aspies and codies.................p.2- An introvert’s guide to networking...........................p.2- IQ drops when you’re in a group............................p.2- The rise of the new groupthink................................p.3
Internet and social networks
- Loi SOPA/PIPA suspendue : l’Union européenne « nebloquera jamais Internet ».........................................p.3
- MegaUpload nished: Feds shut down le-sharing
giant without SOPA...................................................p.3- The EU signs up to ACTA.......................................p.3- ACTA : signature de l’accord sur la privatisation dessavoirs..............................…............................p.3- MegaUpload: comment se perdent les guerresculturelles........................…............................p.4- Hackers, le cinquième pouvoir................................p.4
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Enterprise 2.0 and mobile enterprise
- 1.3 billion workers to go mobile by 2015................p.4- Pas d’e-mails professionnels après le travail chezVolkswagen..........................................................p.4
Corporate social and environmentalresponsability
- James Lovelock: humans are too stupid to prevent cli-mate change...............................................................p.4- The “pain” of sustainability........................................p.5
Brand and personnal online reputation
and infuence
- Viadeo... rest in peace ?...........................................p.5
- No more Résumés, say some rms.........................p.5
Personal development and learning
- How Codecademy got so hot, so fast......................p.5- What you (really) need to know...........................p.5
More notable links................................p.6
Fenixs Boostzone SARL - 24/28 rue de la Pépinière 75008 Paris - Tél. +33 (0)6 77 11 34 48 - www.boostzone.fr 
Editorial
Al Capone, the most famous twentieth-century American gangster and mobster in Chicago between 1925 and1932, stated that the prohibition was not slowing down the consumption of alcohol; it was only giving up themarket to organized crime. The prohibition of sharing on internet that we are experiencing is as much effectiveand produces the same effects. Digital gangsters, who had until now worked in the open now hide their densin dark alleys and clients, stigmatized but determined, will now have to venture there.
Al Capone, le plus célèbre gangster américain du XXe siècle et parrain de la maa de Chicago entre 1925et 1932, afrmait que la prohibition ne ralentissait pas la consommation d’alcool, elle ne faisait que céder le
marché au crime organisé. Il est fort probable que l’ère de prohibition du partage sur internet dans laquelle
nous entrons soit aussi efcace et produise les mêmes effets. Les gangsters numériques, qui avaient jusqu’àmaintenant pignon sur rue, cacheront dorénavant leurs ofcines dans des ruelles sombres et les clients stig
-matisés mais déterminés devront dorénavant arpenter ces ruelles.
Terry.Zimmer@boostzone.fr 
Bilingual document (US, FR)
 
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Majors trends in theglobalized worldManagement in the futureworld of work
The Boostzone Institute WEB REVIEW
N°13. February 2012
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Fenixs Boostzone SARL - 24/28 rue de la Pépinière 75008 Paris - Tél. +33 (0)6 77 11 34 48 - www.boostzone.fr 
 
Le Cercle des Echos, Paul Jorion, 23 mai 2011
Crise nancière, impact d’Internet et des nouvelles
technologies, génération Y, autant de points expliquéssous l’angle du facteur de complexité par l’économistePaul Jorion. Excellent article qui met l’accent sur le faitque dorénavant, le « facteur de complexité » croît bienplus vite que la faculté de l’appréhender dans le temps.
RibbonFarm, Venkat, April 7, 2011
Introversion and extroversion represent a main spec-trum of personality dispositions. Extroverts are energi-zed by social interactions while introverts are energi-zed by solitude.This post details the great shifts that are going on insocial psychology, as we may see a re-organization of social geography comparable to the great racial andsocio-economic sortings.
Harvard Business Review, Lisa Petrilli,January 25, 2012 
Networking plays a critical role in social relationships,while the word “friend” always has to be reconsideredin regard to to social networks. Sometimes, introver-
sion is difcult to manage with network…But introversion is simply a preference for the inner 
world of ideas because this is where we get our en-ergy. This post from the CEO of C-Level Strategies,presents a precise guide to networking.
Source: http://blog.lib.umn.edu 
Psych Central, Rick Nauert PHD, Lisa Petrilli,January 24, 2012 
In a recent study from the Virginia Tech Carilion Re-
search Institute, scientists found that IQ is signicantly
linked to social context. This article from PsychCen-
tral claries the interaction between the social and the
cognitive process in the brain.
 
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The Boostzone Institute WEB REVIEW
N°13. February 2012
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Fenixs Boostzone SARL - 24/28 rue de la Pépinière 75008 Paris - Tél. +33 (0)6 77 11 34 48 - www.boostzone.fr 
 
Internet and social networks
The New York Times, Susan Cain, January 13, 2012 
 With a globalized world, solitude has more or less be-come out of fashion. The new concept tends to asso-ciate an increased productivity with people working in
groups. But research suggests that people are more
creative when they enjoy privacy and freedom frominterruption.This article enlightens the comfort of introverts workingalone, and why solitude is a catalyst to innovation.
ZDNet, la rédaction, 23 janvier 2012 
 
Face à la mobilisation sans précédent des principauxacteurs du web (Wikipédia, Google, Facebook,…), le
Sénat américain a suspendu le vote de la loi PIPA,tandis que la Chambre des représentants a enterré letexte SOPA pour trouver un « consensus plus large ».
La commissaire européenne Neelie Kroes a qualié la
loi SOPA de « mauvaise législation » et assuré quel’Union européenne « ne bloquera jamais l’Internet ».
RT, January 20, 2012 
 Megaupload.com, a website that was at one timeamong the top 20 most popular sites in the world, hasshut down few weeks ago.The New Zealand authorities arrested its founder, KimSchmitz, for violating privacy laws. This article dealswith the arresting operations and the protestations thathave followed, especially with the Anonymous group.
Wired, Olivia Solon, January 26 2012 
 This short post presents the last Anti-CounterfeitingTrade Agreement (ACTA), signed by the EU members,although it has been criticized a lot, opponents are ar-guing that it blurs the distinction between piracy andcounterfeiting.
L’Humanité, la rédaction, 26 janvier 2012 
 
Brevetabilité du vivant, attaque contre les médica
-ments génériques, censure d’Internet… Voici ce quepermet le traité signé, en toute discrétion, par la plu-
part des pays riches le jeudi 26 janvier 2012 au Japon.L’ACTA vise à établir un nouveau cadre juridique qui
outrepasse l’Organisation Mondiale du Commerce(OMC) comme l’Organisation Mondiale de la PropriétéIntellectuelle (OMPI).

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