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How organizations can prepare for tomorrow

N° 222, December 2011

Based on The Shift by Lynda Gratton (HarperCollins Publishers, May 2011), “Labour Wars: Macro Trends and the Future of Work,“ The Economist, September 2011, “Winds of change head for the workplace,” by Lynda Gratton (Financial Times, July 2010), “Interview with Lynda Gratton,” HR.square, June 2011 and “The Skill Gap: Asian Style” by Lynda Gratton, (Forbes, October 2011).

Understanding the four trends that will force us to reposition

N° 222, December 2011

A synthesis of several publications, accompanied by interviews with Indra Nooyi (Pepsi), Paul Polman (Unilever), Franck Riboud (Danone), Vineet Nayar (HCL Technologies) et Jeff Bezos (Amazon), and the book The Shift, by Lynda Gratton, HarperCollins Publishers, May 2011.

The four forces that will affect your business

N° 222, December 2011

Synthesis by Mehdi Ramdani, Business Digest, December 2011.

Biomimicry: Business solutions from nature

N° 221, November 2011

Based on “Vu d’en haut – Pascal Picq,” (Le Nouvel Economiste, October 2011), “Biomimicry Challenge: IDEO Taps Octopi and Flamingos to Reorganize the USGBC,” by Alissa Walker (Fast Company, May 2010) and “Biomimicry explained: a conversation with Janine Benyus” (Center for Biologically Inspired Design, October 2011).

Office Design: The New World of Work at Microsoft Finland

N° 220, October 2011

Interview with Tytti Bergman, HR director, Microsoft Finland, September 2011.

Creativity at Eli Lilly and Company:

N° 219, September 2011

Interview with Stefan Bauer, Director of Global Learning and Leadership Development at Eli Lilly and Company, August 2011.

Idea Hunters: Making the most of the ideas that make the difference

N° 219, September 2011

Based on The Idea Hunter, How to Find the Best Ideas and Make Them Happen by Andy Boyton and Bill Fischer (Jossey-Bass, April 2011), “How P&G Tripled Its Innovation Success Rate,” by Bruce Brown and Scott D. Anthony (Harvard Business Review, June 2011); “How Pixar Fosters Collective Creativity,” by Ed Catmull (Harvard Business Review, September 2008); “Innovative lessons from Pixar: An Interview with Oscar-winning director Brad Bird,” by Hayagreeva Rao, Robert Sutton, and Allen P. Webb (McKinsey Quarterly, April 2008) and “P&G’s Innovation Culture,” by A.G. Lafley and Ram Charan (Strategy + Business, August 2008), and the interview with Stefan Bauer, Director of Global Learning and Leadership Development at Eli Lilly and Company, August 2011.

The Idea Hunter, How to Find the Best Ideas and Make Them Happen

N° 219, September 2011

Based on The Idea Hunter, How to Find the Best Ideas and Make Them Happen by Andy Boyton and Bill Fischer (Jossey-Bass, April 2011).

Innovation: Is China Taking the Lead in World Innovation?

N° 219, September 2011

Based on Chinnovation by Yinglan Tan (Wiley, April 2011) and an interview with Mark Kuo, venture capitalist, Gobi Partners, August 2011.

How to Drive Open Innovation

N° 219, September 2011

Based on “Three Paths to Open Innovation” by Barry Jaruzelski and Richard Holman (Booz & Company, May 2011), “The Next Step in Open Innovation” by Jacques Bughin, Michael Chui, and Brad Johnson (McKinsey Quarterly, June 2008), and “How to Manage Outside Innovation” by Kevin J. Boudreau and Karim R. Lakhani (MIT Sloan Management Review, summer 2009).

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