Monthly Review édition #1

Chaque mois, nous partageons nos meilleures lectures dans les domaines du marketing digital, du business et de l'innovation, des analytics et du UX dans une Monthly Review. Du matériel pour aujourd'hui et pour demain.

Chaque mois, nous partageons nos meilleures lectures dans les domaines du marketing digital, du business et de l'innovation, des analytics et du UX dans une Monthly Review. Du matériel pour aujourd'hui et pour demain.

Pour notre première Monthly Review, nous avons compilé quelques excellents articles de 2015, mais dont la portée va bien au-delà de l’année qui vient de s’écouler. Bonne lecture.

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« Don’t mistake non-choices for strategy. The very essence of strategy is explicit, purposeful choice. »

Don’t confuse planning with strategy
Posted in russelldavies.typepad.com by Russell Davies
Director of Strategy, UK Government Digital Service

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« What is unique to digital transformation is that risk taking is becoming a cultural norm as more digitally advanced companies seek new levels of competitive advantage. »

Strategy, not technology, drives digital transformation. Becoming a Digitally Mature Enterprise
Posted in MITSloan Management Review
Contributors: Gerald C. Kane, Doug Palmer, Anh Nguyen Phillips, David Kiron and Natasha Buckley

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« 81% of employees expect digital to transform the way they work in the next three years. »

Being digital. Embrace the future of work and your people will embrace it with you
Posted in Accenture Strategy
Authors: Celine Laurenceau and Colin Sloman

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« We see a strengthening in the role played by Facebook in finding, discussing and sharing news. Facebook-owned Instagram and WhatsApp are playing a big role amongst younger groups. »

Digital News Report 2015
Posted in Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism by Nic Newman
Research Associate, Reuters Institute

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« The consumption of higher-quality information-based journalism continues to shrink. As digitalisation progresses, information-based journalism is also losing more and more young users, because they primarily use entertainment offerings online. »

Yearbook 2015. The Quality of Media
Posted in fög, An associated institute of the University of Zurich

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« Companies need to organize themselves around their customers – not their products. »

Technology will disrupt. Why, what and How
Posted in Medium by Helge Tennø
Founder and Principal, Jokull AS

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« The most successful teams are teams where everyone has reached a conscious competence with their design skills. »

Designing without a Designer
Posted in User Interface Engineering by Jared M. Spool
Founder, User Interface Engineering and co-founder, Center Centre

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« You go from being the person who can do everything best to managing a team of people who have specialisms that you don’t have. »

If you want to grow : Let it go
Posted in cxpartners by Giles Colborne
Managing partner, cxpartners

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« In the next 12–18 months, many news organizations will cross the 50 percent threshold where more users are visiting on phones and tablets than on desktop computers and laptops. »

Mobile First
Posted in Nieman Journalism Lab by Fiona Spruill
Head of global growth, Meetup

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« Millennials tend to work only the minimum time expected and will push for flexibility and a reduced work schedule to create more time for other pursuits. »

3 Reasons Millennials Are Getting Fired
Posted in Inc.com by  J. T. O’Donnell
Founder and CEO, CareerHMO.com

 

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Monthly Review édition #1 curation par MC Casal et Sabine Dufaux

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