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How 1% Performance Improvements Led to Olympic Gold

When Sir Dave Brailsford became head of British Cycling in 2002, the team had almost no record of success: British cycling had only won a single gold medal in its 76-year history. That quickly changed under Sir Dave’s leadership. At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, his squad won seven out of 10 gold …

Dollar : dominant, prédominant et critique

L'hégémonie du dollar est d’autant moins éternelle que la suprématie économique américaine décline<p>Les hégémonies ne servent qu’à conférer de la …

Déflation asiatique : Mauvais vent en provenance des émergents

Syndicated articles from Financial Times<p>James Kynge & Jonathan Wheatley, FT - L’intensification de la spirale déflationniste en Asie – déclenchée à …

Les États, la question monétaire et l'hydre bancaire

• 2<p>Pour éviter le prochain cataclysme financier, il faut favoriser le retour à des souverainetés monétaires organisées dans un cadre international. …

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La frugalité, un accélérateur d'innovation

• 3<p>Faire mieux avec moins : la révolution culturelle en cours dans les grands groupes<p>François Hollande et Carlos Ghosn au Mondial de l’automobile …

La "guerre des monnaies" a cent ans

Un peu d’histoire pour comprendre que l’arme de la politique de change n’est pas nouvelle<p>L’expression "guerre des monnaies" est entrée dans le …

Treat Promises to Yourself as Seriously as Promises to Others

<i>ANDREW NGUYEN/HBR STAFF</i><p>Successful leaders keep their promises. They take their responsibilities to others seriously, and, when necessary, they put aside their own needs for the good of the organization. As Simon Sinek put it in his bestselling book, <i>Leaders Eat</i> <i>Last</i>: <i></i>“Leaders are the ones willing to …

Create a Culture Where Difficult Conversations Aren’t So Hard

Photo by TOM EVERSLEY<p>I worked as a consultant for many years before becoming the CEO of Red Hat. One of the most surprising aspects of that work was that people would open up to me, an outsider, about all the elephants in the room — but they were too polite or embarrassed to call out the obvious …

Question What You “Know” About Strategy

Say you are competing in a fast-growing industry. How much do you care about profits versus market share?<p>It’s a common rule of thumb that businesses <i>should</i> go for market share in fast-growing in­dustries. It’s conventional wisdom, though, not a law of physics; you don’t <i>have</i> to go for share.<p>Whether …

Six maximes à appliquer pour ne pas se couper de son équipe

Voltaire, Molière... Fins connaisseurs de l'âme humaine, poètes et philosophes ont exprimé bien avant les gourous du management ce qui crée les liens …

Comment l’Occident a inventé la dette

<b>[À relire] La dette n’est pas qu’un problème économique. Elle est la grande invention métaphysique de l’Occident, qui remonte au moins au péché</b> …

People Remember What You Say When You Paint a Picture

When leaders communicate a vision of their organization’s future, they tend to emphasize ideals and ideology — the importance of “success,” “stewardship,” or “sustainability.” Leaders are likely to emphasize this type of abstract rhetoric more as businesses become increasingly digital. Given that …

Simplify Your Analytics Strategy

While the interests in analytics and resulting benefits are increasing by the day, some businesses are challenged by the complexity and confusion that analytics can generate. Companies can get stuck trying to analyze all that’s possible and all that they could do through analytics, when they should …

Innovation Starts with the Heart, Not the Head

I recently got a call from a CEO of a health system that encompasses several hospitals, medical practices, and clinics. Lakeland Health employs about 4,000 associates and takes in nearly $500 million per year. Its facilities are spread across the southwest corner of Michigan — where median income …

Comment une révolte fiscale a permis Waterloo

Le 18 juin 1815, les armées coalisées conduites par Wellington et Blücher battaient l'armée française de Napoléon. Mais si l'Empereur a pu rentrer à …

Charting the secular stagnation bubble hypothesis

2015-05-15T18:59:46.000Z<p>By: Izabella Kaminska<p>Attempting to identify a bubble is considered a fool’s errand because, as the saying goes, they’re only …

Pour être heureux au travail, les Français ont besoin de reconnaissance

Le bonheur au travail c’est… la reconnaissance, pour une majorité de salariés français. C’est ce qu’ont répondu 76 % des 1 791 personnes (dont 80 % …

From “Economic Man” to Behavioral Economics

When we make decisions, we make mistakes. We all know this from personal experience, of course. But just in case we didn’t, a seemingly unending stream of experimental evidence in recent years has documented the human penchant for error. This line of research—dubbed heuristics and biases, although …

Le paradigme monétaire du XXI siècle

Ce nouveau contexte offre un avantage décisif aux Etats dans leur gestion du surendettement : le temps<p><b>Depuis une quinzaine d’années la création</b> …

Steve Jobs et les dangers des 'listicles'

Syndicated articles from Financial Times<p>Andrew Hill, FT - Une biographie non autorisée de Steve Jobs remet les pendules à l’heure : le management ne …

La commission européenne de plus en plus keynésienne !

Si elle prône toujours la baisse du déficit, la commission admet désormais l'impact très négatif des coupes budgétaires sur l'économie. Un euro de …

What is the relationship between inflation and investment?

2015-01-14T09:05:53.000Z<p>By: Matthew C Klein<p>Conventional wisdom says that businesses adjust their investment spending according to changes to the cost …

The Most Innovative Companies Don’t Worry About Consensus

Consensus is a powerful tool. When CEOs set out to conquer new markets or undertake billion-dollar acquisitions, we’d hope they’d at least sought out some consensus from their trusted advisors. We hope they’d be as sure as possible that their teams are ready, that their strategies are sound, and …