Based on : The Stupidity Paradox: The Power and Pitfalls of Functional Stupidity at Work by Mats Alvesson and André Spicer (Profile Books, June 2016) ; Néantreprise. Dans votre bureau personne ne vous entend crier by Marc Estat (Favre, March 2016) ; and “Après le burn-out et le bore-out, voici le brown-out” (Le Monde, October 2016) ; “Prevent Your Star Performers from Losing Passion for Their Work “ (Harvard Business Review, January 2015).
Based on “The End of Annual Performance Reviews: Are the Alternatives Any Better?” (Knwoldege@Wharton, September 2016);“Entreprise : la mort programmée de l’entretien annuel” by Loïc Farge (RTL, December 2016) ; “General Electric signe la fin de l’évaluation annuelle des salariés” by Lucie Robequain (Les Echos, September 2016) ; “Why big business is falling out of love with the annual performance review” by By Lillian Cunningham and Jena McGregor (The Washington Post, August 2015).
Based on “How To Manage Conflict” by Kristi Hedges (Forbes 2015); “3 Ways To Stop Yourself From Being Passive-Aggressive” by Peter Bregman (Forbes 2015); “The No. 1 Source Of Workplace Conflict, And How To Avoid It” by Cy Wakeman (Forbes 2015); “How to Deal with a Mean Colleague” by Amy Gallo (Harvard Business Review , 2014); Toxic Management by Patrick Collignon and Chantal Vander Vorst (Eyrolles, 2012) and an interview with David Edelmann , Marketing Director at Denien GmbH (June 2016).
Based on “La Grande InvaZion” (Boson Project and BNP Paribas, 2015); “From Y to Z, A Guide to the Next Generation of Employees” (Randstad Canada, 2015); “Meet Generation Z: Forget Everything You Learned About Millennials” (Sparks & Honey, 2014); and The Gen Z Effect: The Six Forces Shaping the Future of Business by Tom Koulopoulos and Dan Keldsen (Bibliomotion, 2014) ant an interview with David Mérieux, talent manager Nestlé Indonesia.
Based on Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a world that can’t stop talking by Susan Cain (Crown, January 2013) and Invisibles: The Power of Anonymous Work in an Age of Relentless Self-Promotion by David Zweig (Portfolio, June 2014), “How introverts can network without changing their personalities” by Lisa Evans (Fast Company, April 2015), “Networking tips for introverts” by Sharon Florentine (cio.com, March 2015), “An introvert’s guide to networking” by Lisa Petrilli (Harvard Business Review, January 2012), “Introverti? 3 stratégies pour muscler votre réseau” (Place des réseaux, March 2012), and the interview with Catelyne Peker, VP HR at Speed Division, United States, July 2015.
Based on It’s Not the How or the What but the Who: Succeed by Surrounding Yourself with the Best by Claudio Fernández-Aráoz (Harvard Business Review, June 2014), “Kill Your Performance Ratings” by David Rock, Josh Davis and Beth Jones (strategy+business, Fall 2014), and the interview with Jonathan Harvey, group general manager, executive development and resourcing at ANZ, Australia (September 2014).
Based on “The New Résumé: It’s 140 Characters” by Rachel Emma Silverman and Lauren Weber (Wall Street Journal, April 2013), “Les techniques non-conventionnelles de recrutement” by Julien Tarby (Le Nouvel Economiste, April 2012), “Why the Job Search is Like ‘Throwing Paper Airplanes into the Galaxy’ ” (Knowledge@Wharton, February 2012), and “How Big Data is Playing Recruiter for Specialized Workers” by Matt Tichtel (The New York Times, April 2013).
Based on “Global Diversity & Inclusion Fostering Innovation Through a Diverse Workforce” (Forbes Insight, July 2011); “We Approach Diversity the Wrong Way” by Lyz Ryan (Harvard Business Review, October 2012); “Tips: building diversity in your workplace” (ACCES Employment, September 2012); “Diversity as an Engine of Innovation” (Deloitte Review, 2011).
Based on “Comment fidéliser la génération Y, SVP?” by Francis Boyer (JDN Management, 2012), “Profils-clés: les nouveaux ressorts de la fidélité” by Mathieu Neu (Nouvel Economiste, 2011), “Comment retenir les talents digitaux” by Gilles Wybo (Stratégies, 2012), and “2012–2013 Talent Management and Rewards Survey” (Towers Watson, 2012).
Based on, among others, The Great Workplace: How to Build It, How to Keep It and Why It Matters by Michael Burchell and Jennifer Robin (Pearson, May 2011) and “Flipping the switch: who is responsible for getting employees to take a break?” (Knoweldge@Wharton, February 2012).