Here are 5 not-to-miss articles published in January! Topics covered include innovation, artificial intelligence, marketing, and more…

Here are five articles that stood out this month for their originality, relevance, and/or analysis. Happy reading! Innovation « The Most Innovative Companies of 2016 » (Fast Company) According to Fast Company, their list of the World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies in 2106 (first place goes to BuzzFeed) inspiringly reveals that « a new wave…

Read more… 0

10 unmissable books from 2016

We have identified 10 of the best business books published in 2016. Creativity, industries of the future, emotional agility, negotiation, neurosciences, and more… We are convinced that at least one of these books is right for you. From the whole team at Business Digest, happy holidays and happy reading!   Managing in the Gray by…

Read more… 0

The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future [book]

Our selection Kevin Kelly explains in The Inevitable how the unprecedented technological progress we have known lately will change our future. According to him, the transformations to come are inevitable and also, in part, predictable. If what the author predicts seems sudden and drastic, he also presents his vision with optimism and enthusiasm. From artificial…

Read more… 0

Summer reading list – 10 books you mustn’t miss!

We identified 10 of the best business books to put in your summer reading list. Topics covered include strategy, forecasting, creativity, talent management and more. We are convinced that at least one of these books is right for you. From the whole team at Business Digest, a nice summer and happy reading!   Strategy That…

Read more… 0

Here are 5 not-to-miss articles published in June! Topics covered include Brexit, Social networks, leadership and Gen Y

Here are five articles that stood out this month for their originality, relevance, and/or analysis. Happy reading! 1. DIGITAL The evolution of social technologies, McKinsey Quarterly Since the dawn of the social technology era, executives have recognized the potential of blogs, wikis, and social networks to strengthen the lines of company communication and collaboration. A decade of…

Read more… 0

Shoe Dog: A Memoir by the Creator of Nike [book]

Our selection How did Phil Knight turn a small start-up into Nike, one of the most famous brands across the world? To understand, you have to go back to 1963, when Knight decided that rather than work for a big corporation, he wanted to “change the world” by creating his own company. He borrowed fifty…

Read more… 0

Here are 5 not-to-miss articles published in May, which cover topics including geopolitical risks, digital strategy, and responsible marketing!

Here are five articles that stood out this month for their originality, relevance, and/or analysis. Happy reading! 1. ECONOMICS AND SOCIETY Geostrategic risks on the rise, McKinsey This survey by McKinsey shows that the share of executives identifying geopolitical instability as a very important business trend has doubled in two years. 2. STRATEGY The 3 Things That…

Read more… 0

Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World [book]

Our selection: In his new book, Adam Grant destroys numerous myths about creativity. Backed by a wealth of statistical evidence, he explains that the most creative individuals aren’t necessarily young, are almost never geniuses, procrastinate a lot, doubt everything and endure many failures. Did you know, for example, that back in 1999 Google’s two founders…

Read more… 0

Stress at work, change management and corporate culture, here are 5 not-to-miss articles published in April 2016

Here are five articles that stood out this month for their originality, relevance, and/or analysis. Happy reading! 1. CORPORATE CULTURE How Companies Escape the Traps of the Past, Harvard Business Review The life expectancy of a company in the Fortune 500 has gone from around 75 years in 1955 to less than 15 years today. How…

Read more… 0

Digital strategy, listening leaders and customer experience, here are 5 not-to-miss articles published in March 2016

Here are five articles that stood out this month for their originality, relevance, and/or analysis. Happy reading! 1. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT Are You in Danger of Becoming Obsolete?, Harvard Business Review This Oxford study conducted across 27 countries reveals that the majority of employees fear being made obsolete by automation technologies. Should you be worried too, or…

Read more… 0