02/18/2022 – ReSolutions Weekly

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In summary this week


1. What is open strategy and does it really help firms?
(Christian Stradler, Julia Hautz, Kurt Matzle, Warwick Business School, 01/14/2022)

2. Soigner la préparation de la décision de transformation, condition de faisabilité et d’exécution effective.
(Christine Greiner, C_Suites Conseil, 02/09/2020)

3. Why middle management is key in uncertainty.
(Philippe Silberzahn, Welcome to Uncertainty, 02/09/2022)

4. Humaniser le management, un projet illusoire ?
(Ibrahima Fall, XERFICanal,05/03/2021)


5. Design organisationnel : quand sociologie et Lego® se marient.
(Olivier Tirmarche, Anaïs Cipriano, O8/03/2021)

6. Le plaisir au travail ; de la gestion des compétences au management des appétences.
(Francis Boyer, Innovation managériale, 24/08/2020) 

7. Management 4.0.
(Gérard Carton, GCCG, 19/11/2021)


8. Your boss doesn’t give a dam about your carre growth.
(Tim Denning, Unconventional leaders, 02/11/2022) 

9. Make every face-to-face meeting count.
(Fiona Czerniawska, 02/08/2022)

10. Réussir son projet, c’est aussi communiquer, communiquer et encore communiquer …
(Eric Plasman, 17/07/2020)

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