Prospective et stratégie : Technolgies de l'InformationBack
Based on “Things are Heating Up: What’s New in the Internet of Things” (Knowledge@Wharton, December 2014); “The Problem With The Internet of Things” by Dan Conlon (TechCrunch, December 2014); “Finding the Money in the Internet of Things” by John Hagel III (Harvard Business Review, November 2014); “How the Internet of Things Changes Business Models,” by Gordon Hui (Harvard Business Review, July 2014); “A Simple Explanation of ‘The Internet of Things’ ” by Jacob Morgan (Forbes, May 2014).
Synthesis by Caroline Kelcher, Business Digest, December 2014.
Based on The Zero Marginal Cost Society by Jeremy Rifkin (Macmillan, April 2014); Capital in the Twenty-First Century by Thomas Piketty (HUP, April 2014); The critique of capital in the 21st century by Guillaume Allègre and Xavier Timbeau (OFCE, March 2014); A Bigger Prize: How We Can Do Better Than the Competition by Margaret Heffernan (Public Affairs, April 2014); Who Owns the Future? by Jaron Lanier (Simon & Schuster, May 2013); and the G9+ conference “Internet va-t-il tuer le capitalisme?” with Jeremy Rifkin, Jacques Attali, Jean-Marc Daniel and Clara Gaymard (November 2014).
Based on, among other, The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies by Erik Brynjolfsson ad Andrew McAfee (W.W. Norton & Company, January 2014), “Hong Kong VC firm appoints robot to its board by Aviva Gat (Geektime, May 2014) and “Deep Knowledge Venture’s Appoints Intelligent Investment Analysis Software VITAL as Board Member (PRWEB, May 2014).
Based on L’ère numérique, un nouvel âge pour l’humanité, cinq mutations qui vont bouleverser nos vies by Gilles Babinet (Le Passeur, February 2014).
Based on Cybersecurity and Cyberwar: What Everyone Needs to Know by P.W. Singer and Allan Friedman (Oxford University Press, January 2014), and the interviews with Ben Heyes, General Manager, Cybersecurity, Privacy, & Operational Risk, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, and Andy Daudelin, VP Security Services, AT&T Business Solutions.
Based on Big Data at Work: Dispelling the Myths, Uncovering the Opportunities by Thomas H. Davenport (Harvard Business Review Press, February 2014), Keeping Up with the Quants co-authored by Davenport with Jinho Kim (Harvard Business Review Press, June 2012), “Mobilizing your C-suite for big data analytics” by Brad Brown, David Court and Paul Willmott (McKinsey Quarterly, November 2013), “How to Get Over Your Inaction on Big Data” by Phil Simon (Harvard Business Review, February 2014), “Thriving in a Big Data World” by Aden Hayashi (MIT Sloan Management Review, Winter 2014) and an interview with William O’Hara, VP Sales, KB Kookmin Wealth Management and Investment, South Korea, April 2014.
Based on “Mobilizing your C-suite for big data analytics” by Brad Brown, David Court and Paul Willmott (McKinsey Quarterly, November 2013); “How to Get Over Your Inaction on Big Data” by Phil Simon (Harvard Business Review, February 2014); and “Thriving in a Big Data World” by Aden Hayashi (MIT Sloan Management Review, Winter 2014).
Based on “The New Résumé: It’s 140 Characters” by Rachel Emma Silverman and Lauren Weber (Wall Street Journal, April 2013), “Les techniques non-conventionnelles de recrutement” by Julien Tarby (Le Nouvel Economiste, April 2012), “Why the Job Search is Like ‘Throwing Paper Airplanes into the Galaxy’ ” (Knowledge@Wharton, February 2012), and “How Big Data is Playing Recruiter for Specialized Workers” by Matt Tichtel (The New York Times, April 2013).
Based on an interview with Zachary Rosenberg, EVP, Chief Growth Officer, Horizon Media, May 2013.