• Robot and Transhumanism

    Transhumanism – from mending humans to augmenting humans

    By on 17 June 2016

    Transhumanism means improving humans through technology – creating augmented humans. Giving people longer, healthier lives and improving their mental, physical and emotional abilities are the foundations of transhumanist research. And this is being brought forward by advances in NBIC technology (nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology and cognitive science). From its origins to the wildest dreams of immortality, here’s everything you need

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  • work with startups

    Major groups: 5 reasons to work with startups

    By on 7 June 2016

    New technologies are emerging every day. And every day, startups are using these technologies to design new services and apps. Innovation is racing forward. Finance, insurance, agri-food, health – no sector is left behind. And they now all have a technological counterpart, supported by a vibrant startup ecosystem: FinTech, InsurTech, FoodTech, E-Health… The list goes on. The wind is changing,

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  • Time Square, New York, collaborative marketing gets together brands and consumers

    The secret recipe for a successful collaborative marketing campaign

    By on 1 June 2016

    Mass marketing is outdated. New approaches are being developed to meet consumers’ pressing demands. Communication technology, our digitalised society, and new consumer requirements have turned how we do marketing on its head. Brands are now putting customers at the heart of their strategies, adapting to their needs and promoting dialogue. This is collaborative marketing. It’s an approach that has quickly

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  • A magnifying glass on an old book, research about the origins of open innovation

    The surprising origins of open innovation

    By on 17 May 2016

    The age of silos is over. The modern company is on a quest for agility and innovation. And although innovation is traditionally the domain of R&D departments, things are beginning to change. Increasingly, major groups (led by Microsoft, Google and Bouygues) have grasped the importance of adopting a more cross-department approach. And so they appeal to all of their employees

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  • A young man from Generation Z looking for his first job

    7 essential tips to recruit people from Generation Z

    By on 24 April 2016

    Generation Z, centennials, digital natives, post-millennials. So many names to add to an HR hierarchy that’s already complicated enough. Generation Z represents 16 million people in France – all of the young people born in the mid-90s, who are now entering the world of work, ready to make the shift to a working life. Members of Generation Z are also

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  • A top talent using his mobile to look for a job

    Mobile recruitment, the secret to attracting the best talent

    By on 15 April 2016

    The talent war is raging on and you’re running out of ammunition. The situation is critical, but not hopeless. Dig deep into your pockets and you’ll find the perfect weapon – your smartphone. Still little-used by companies, mobile recruitment strategies are becoming a powerful HR driver for attracting the best talent. The first businesses to have taken the leap towards

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  • The wheel of innovation and circular economy

    Circular economy: an innovative business model

    By on 6 April 2016

    Rising sea temperatures, greenhouse gas emissions, loss of biodiversity, climate refugees – 2015 saw the highest temperatures in 1,500 years. And the biggest sceptics will tell you that things aren’t about to improve any time soon. The planet cannot get better all by itself – and that’s the problem. Yes, it’s easy to say you’re green, but no-one really wants

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  • Point of sale 2.0

    Point of Sale 2.0 – 2 for digital and 0 for physical?

    By on 24 March 2016

    Point of sale 2.0, banking 2.0, retail 2.0, agency 2.0 – this combination of one word and two numbers is all the rage at the moment. Why? Because the widespread use of digital technology is turning the traditional act of purchasing on its head, leading to a new type of customer relations. So what’s in store for the points of

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