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Joining up silos

N° 271, November 2016

Based on The Silo Effect, The Peril of Expertise and The Promise of Breaking Down Barriers, de Gillian Tett (Simon & Schuster, September 2015) and The Cleveland Clinic Way: Lessons in Excellence from One of the World’s Leading Health Care Organizations by Toby Cosgrove (McGraw-Hill, January 2014).

How can you counter the silo effect?

N° 271, November 2016

Based on The Silo Effect, The Peril of Expertise and The Promise of Breaking Down Barriers, de Gillian Tett (Simon & Schuster, September 2015).

Cleveland Clinic

N° 271, November 2016

Based on The Silo Effect, The Peril of Expertise and The Promise of Breaking Down Barriers, by Gillian Tett (Simon & Schuster, September 2015) and The Cleveland Clinic Way: Lessons in Excellence from One of the World’s Leading Health Care Organizations by Toby Cosgrove (McGraw-Hill, January 2014).

Foster cooperation between your team and the rest of the company

N° 271, November 2016

Based on The Silo Effect, The Peril of Expertise and The Promise of Breaking Down Barriers, by Gillian Tett (Simon & Schuster, September 2015).

Strategic agility: challenging value creation

N° 269, September 2016

Based on “Three Steps Towards Market Domination” by W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne (INSEAD Knowledge, March 2016) and Sprint: How to Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas in Just Five Days by Jake Knapp, John Zeratsky and Braden Kowitz (Simon & Schuster, March 2016).

How can you optimize the impact of digital communities?

N° 269, September 2016

Based on an interview with Kristine de Valck, Associate Professor of Marketing, HEC Paris, August 2016.

The surprisingly ordinary path to originality

N° 267, June 2016

Based on Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World, by Adam Grant (Viking Press, February 2016) and “Warby Parker Sees the Future of Retail: For building the first great made-on-the-Internet brand” by Max Chafkin (Fast Company, 17 February 2015).

Build a Design Thinking oriented culture

N° 264, March 2016

Based on inter alia: “Design Thinking Comes of Age” by Jon Kolko, Tim Brown, Roger Martin, Indra Nooyi and Adi Ignatius (Harvard Business Review, 2015) ; “Vers la mort du design thinking ?” by Jean-Pierre Léac (Les Cahiers de l’Innovation, 2015) ; “IBM’s Got a Plan to Bring Design Thinking to Big Business”, by Liz Stinson (Wired, 2016) and Design to Grow (Penguin, February 2015) by David Butler, vice president of l’innovation and entrepreneurship at The Coca-Cola Company.

The Uberization of your business: threat or opportunity?

N° 260, October 2015

Based on “Votre entreprise est-elle menacée d’ubérisation?” by Frédéric Frery (Harvard Business Review, March 2015); “L’‘ubérisation’ de l’économie et le grand vertige des élites” by Sabine Delanglade, an interview with Guillaume Pépy: «La SNCF n’a pas peur de la concurrence, testons-la!» (La Tribune, April 2015); «La SNCF va vous faire aimer autre chose que le TGV» by Gilles Bridier (Slate, September 2015) and «Révolutionnez votre business model, avant que les Nouveaux Barbares ne le fassent pour vous!» by Patrick Benoît and Nicolas Mariotte (Harvard Business Review, 2015).

How Red Hat shapes its environment

N° 259, September 2015

Interview with Jim Whitehurst, CEO of Red Hat, USA, July 2015.

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