Monthly Archives: November 2010

Microsoft Playing the Boundary Object Game Elegantly

Boundary Object concept is very interesting on technology-driven sectors. And it’s the case for the ones covered by DiCoDE. Writing the first 2 chapters of the book, I highlight the key role of technology in human history and economy, thus … Continue reading

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Simplified DiCoDE for a better use

As from the beginning, I knew that DiCoDE was meant to be simplified at some point. There are too many details in the current version (the one that I handed to many professionals during the last months and used as … Continue reading

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What Alcohol’s Socialization History teaches me…

Just saw a very interesting documentary (with great intro and outro music by Fluke and Moby;o) on TV5Monde. The intro is about alcohol socialization process. During industrialization period, triggered by industrial production of alcohol, upper class had to establish rules towards … Continue reading

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OMG I created a Monster!

It’s always good to sit back and take some distance to see what you’ve done and what’s remaining. I’m currently in a race for finishing the second chapter drafted content (light green branch at the bottom; orange-left one is done) … Continue reading

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About Tomorrow’s Enterprise and Leadership

Last year, answering my question “Am I an expert or a (people) manager”, my coach told me: “Tomorrow’s managers don’t command and control, they connect and enable. And you’re surprisingly early and young understanding this”. Well, i trusted her, waiting … Continue reading

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Liquid Content, Hyperconnectivity and User Context enabling Media Surfaces

Do you remember BERG London? They created, a few week before the announcement of the iPad this gorgeous video showing how Printed Press could look on tablets. My personal favorite in their portfolio is this map for NYC… But let’s … Continue reading

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Business Models in TIME: How to make the jump to 2020

I’ve seen this very interesting White Paper twitted by my ex-manager at Sanoma (@caroberry) issued together by Atos Consulting and Ericsson. They treat TIME (Telecom, IT, Media & Entertainment) industry and picture 4 scenarios (with associated Business Models, based on Alexander Osterwalder … Continue reading

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