• The 38 biggest innovative destination

    The 38 biggest innovation destinations – Stage 1: Europe

    By on 5 August 2016

    As autumn begins, join us on our worldwide tour of innovation! We’ve chosen the 38 most innovative cities worldwide – cities at the cutting edge of one of 10 categories: smart cities, sustainable development, digital technology, urban transformation, R&D, technology, industry, society, techno cities and global tech hubs. Let’s start with the first stage in our world tour: Europe. The

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  • Managerial innovation and reverse mentoring

    Reverse Mentoring: an essential part of your digital transformation

    By on 27 July 2016

    In the age of the digital company, the practice of older employees passing on their knowledge and expertise to younger colleagues is being turned on its head. If your company is working on its digital transformation, then you must have felt the need to bring Generation X and Y together. And reverse mentoring is the best tool for the job.

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  • Blockchain explains with the example of a little city

    Blockchain explained for 8-year-olds

    By on 19 July 2016

    Do you remember Adam and Jamie from Mythbusters? As well as testing myths to confirm or bust them, the duo were able to explain tricky physics and chemistry concepts in a way our little heads could understand. We’re going to imitate their way of making science understandable to help you learn more about what blockchain really is, how it works

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  • Photo collage of the 8 young geniuses of this article

    The 8 young geniuses who’ll change the world

    By on 19 July 2016

    Mark Zuckerberg, Evan Spiegel and Bill Gates had better watch out. Young geniuses of innovation and technology are emerging from the shadows, determined to question the status quo. Despite their youth, they’re the equals of the inventors and innovators of the 20th and 21st centuries. Agorize invites you to discover these young talents and their promising innovations that are set

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  • creativity and project management

    Creativity – a key weapon in the project management arsenal

    By on 13 July 2016

    Project management is generally seen as an exercise that requires rigour and structure – so creativity and innovation aren’t exactly the first words to spring to mind. But we’re about to see that, despite what a lot of people think, a big dollop of creativity can make your project management a lot more effective. Whether you’re working to meet deadlines,

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  • Creativity and well-being, a performance lever

    Creativity and well-being at work – key performance factors

    By on 30 June 2016

    This year, 17 June marked the end of Quality of Life at Work Week. Organized by the French national agency for improving working conditions (Anact), the main theme of the event was well-being at work in the digital age. We’ve decided to take the opportunity to focus on creativity both as a source of well-being and a way to improve

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  • Steel construction representing the Industry 4.0

    Industry 4.0, 2016 or bust!

    By on 22 June 2016

    On 5 April 2016, the German consultancy firm Roland Berger organized a digital workshop based on industry 4.0 at Numa in Paris. Agorize was there too – and this is what we found out. Also known as the fourth industrial revolution, industry 4.0 is a German initiative that aims to maintain the country’s position as a leader on the industrial

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  • Inventions that partly exist because of chance

    The crazy inventions that exist (partly) because of chance

    By on 21 June 2016

    Chance always plays a key role in any situation. And here’s the proof. Many of the inventions that are now part of our everyday lives are actually the result of failed experiments. This is serendipity – making an unexpected discovery thanks to chance and inventiveness when the original aim was to achieve a very different goal to the actual results.

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