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Super connector

N° 286, May 2018

Based on Super Connector: Stop Networking and Start Building Business Relationships that Matter, by Scott Gerber & Ryan Paugh, (Da Capo Lifelong Books, February 2018)

How to make the right connections

N° 286, May 2018

Based on Super Connector: Stop Networking and Start Building Business Relationships that Matter

ENGIE Digital: a new approach to eliminating digital overload

N° 285, April 2018

Interview with Régis Lavisse Enterprise 4.0 program lead, ENGIE Digital, (March 2018)

Fighting Digital Overload

N° 285, April 2018

Based on Conquering Digital Overload: Leadership strategies that build engaging work cultures by Peter Thompson, Mike Johnson and Michael Devlin (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), “Collaborative Overload”, by Rob Cross, Reb Rebele and Adam Grant (Harvard Business Review, 2016), “Enabling Collaboration, Seven Tips for Facilitators” by Moritz Gekeler (Thisisdesignthinking.net, 2015) “Nouveaux modes de travail, rémunération variable : comment encourager le travail collaboratif ?,” by Fabien Lucron (GPO Mag, 2017), “The Peer-to-Peer Bonus System” by Jurgen Appelo (Forbes, 2015) and an interview with Régis Lavisse, Enterprise 4.0 program lead, ENGIE Digital.

Conquering Digital Overload

N° 285, April 2018

Based on Conquering Digital Overload: Leadership strategies that build engaging work cultures by Peter Thompson, Mike Johnson and Michael Devlin (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)

Prevent collaborative overload

N° 285, April 2018

Based on “Collaborative Overload”, by Rob Cross, Reb Rebele and Adam Grant (Harvard Business Review, 2016), “Enabling Collaboration, Seven Tips for Facilitators” by Moritz Gekeler (Thisisdesignthinking.net, 2015) “Nouveaux modes de travail, rémunération variable : comment encourager le travail collaboratif ?,” by Fabien Lucron (GPO Mag, 2017), “The Peer-to-Peer Bonus System” by Jurgen Appelo (Forbes, 2015),

Why give your attention away?

N° 281, November 2017

Based on, among others, The Attention Merchants: The Epic Struggle to Get in Our Heads'', by Tim Wu (Knopf, October 2016)

The Attention Merchants

N° 281, November 2017

Based on The Attention Merchants: The Epic Struggle to Get in Our Heads, by Tim Wu (Knopf, October 2016).

5 digital tools designed to empower you

N° 281, November 2017

Based on a list of apps and websites published by Time Well Spent, accessed on 27 October 2017 here: http://www. timewellspent.io/designers/; “The Binge Breaker,” by Bianca Borris (The Atlantic, November 2016).

Look out for your interests in the attention economy

N° 281, November 2017

Based on The “attention economy created by Silicon Valley is bankrupting us” by Andrew Keen (Tech Crunch, July 2017), “How a handful of tech companies control billions of minds every day”, Tristan Harris (TED 2017), “The Eyeball Economy: How Advertising Co-Opts Independent Thought”, Tristan Harris (Big Think, April 2017), “Our Minds Have Been Hijacked by Our Phones. Tristan Harris Wants to Rescue Them”, by Nicholas Thompson (Wired, July 2017).

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