09/09/2022 – ReSolutions Weekly

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In summary this week

1. La rentrée de toutes les opportunités.
(Benoit Serre, ANDRH, Entreprises et carrière, 03/09/2022) 

2. Amazon can’t teach you much.
(Christian Stadler, 11/08/2022)

3. Réalité du monde du travail vs discours d’école de commerce : le grand décalage.
(Manuel Avenel, Welcome to the Jungle, 24/05/2022)

4. It’s your theory about creating a culture of innovation & agility that decides what you can (and can’t) see.
(Geoff Marlow, 07/09/2019)

Transform

5. Is it any wonder why we have a highly disengaged workforce?
(Wayne Nelsen, Keyne Insight, 09/01/2022)

6. Les 3 c de l’humain. Partie 1
(Loïc Le Morlec, RH Info, 06/09/2022)

7. Le systémicien, nouveau démineur de conflits en entreprise.
(Audrey BecuweGrégoire Vitry, la Conversation, 10/05/2022)

Progress

8. Quelle place pour les universités d’entreprises dans le paysage éducatif de demain ?
(Thierry Picq, Jean-Philippe Rennard, Richard Soparnot, The Conversation, 06/09/2022)

9. Hit the Mark: Make Complex Ideas Understandable.
(Matt Abrahams, Stanford Business, 03/29/2018)

10. The systemism of teaching.
(Walter Smith, 09/06/2022)

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