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Prospective et stratégie  :  Imaginer le futur

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Three ideas to help you find your way out of the chaos

N° 305, April 2020

The facts are clear: you and your colleagues and teams have different ways of reacting to chaos. It’s a good thing too, because you need diversity to transform the unpredictable into a source of innovation. The Singularity University has developed a questionnaire to help you identify your innovation profile in the face of chaos. Test yourself!

Do you have a contingency plan? Great, you're finally going to get to use it! But look beyond your list, because not all the measures on it will be relevant to whatever exceptional situation you find yourself in. You have to improvise, and your leadership qualities matter more than any action plan.

An asymmetric threat is unpredictable, and the likelihood of it happening is very low. While this type of threat is extremely expensive to prevent, when it happens, it causes considerable damage. Does this remind you of anything…? Asymmetric attacks tend to provoke feelings of powerlessness, but you can find ways to limit the damage.

Get ready for the storm ahead

N° 305, April 2020

Based on “The Black Swan: Second Edition: The Impact of the Highly Improbable” by Nassim Nicholas Taleb (Random House Trade Pub. 2010)

How can you reinvent yourself once you're out of the woods?

N° 305, April 2020

Based on What to Ask the Person in the Mirror, by Robert Steven Kaplan (Harvard Business Press, July 2011).

Real-world advice on how to incorporate AI into your business

N° 302, December 2019

Based on an interview with Roy Pereira, CEO of Zoom.ai (December 2019), Abdi Aidid, director of legal research, Blue J Legal (December 2019) and on a conference video, documents, and email correspondence with Ellinor Axell, sales and marketing director, B2B, Telenor.

Best Buy’s turnaround: refusing a zero-sum game

N° 302, December 2019

Based on an interview with Hubert Joly, executive president of Best Buy (November 2019).

“We always run a business for eternity”

N° 302, December 2019

Based on an interview with Delphine Inesta, CEO of Arcole Industries (December 2019).

What is the future of artificial intelligence? It’s a question of science, conscience, and patience

N° 302, December 2019

Based on You Look Like a Thing and I Love You by Janelle Shane (Wildfire, 2019) and an interview with Roy Pereira, CEO of Zoom.ai (December 2019), Abdi Aidid, director of legal research, Blue J Legal (December 2019) and on a conference video, documents, and email correspondence with Ellinor Axell, sales and marketing director, B2B, Telenor.

The rules have changed: the game never ends

N° 302, December 2019

Based on The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek (Portfolio Penguin, 2019) and an interview with Hubert Joly, executive president of Best Buy (November 2019) and Delphine Inesta, CEO of Arcole Industries (December 2019).

Where to learn more about artificial intelligence

N° 302, December 2019

To go further: “AI could be a disaster for humanity. A top computer scientist thinks he has the solution” by Kelsey Piper (Vox, October 2019).

Based on Le mythe de la singularité: faut-il craindre l’intelligence artificielle by Jean-Gabriel Ganascia (Agora des Savoirs, 2018).

To go further: “Creating the Symbiotic AI Workforce of the Future” by H. James Wilson and Paul R. Daugherty (MIT Sloan Management Review, October 2019).

To go further and help Norman heal: http://norman-ai.mit.edu/

4 AI myths debunked

N° 302, December 2019

Based on You Look Like a Thing and I Love You by Janelle Shane (Wildfire, 2019).

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