Denis Maillard / Vice President Communication and Strategy, Technologia

Last updated on profile page : December 22nd, 2014

BIO

A graduate from Sciences Po (Lyon), University of Paris 1 and Centre de Formation et de Perfectionnement des Journalistes, Denis Maillard started his career as a chief editor for Médecins du Monde, before becoming the NGO’s deputy vice president in charge of communication. In Jan. 2002 he joined UNEDIC, one of France’s welfare state institutions, first as a press officer, then as vice president in charge of communication. In 2011 he joined Technologia, a consulting firm specialized in working conditions, hygiene, health, safety and the prevention of occupational risks.

Denis has published various articles. He is the author of one book: L'humanitaire, tragédie de la démocratie (Michalon, 2007).

BOOKS BY DENIS MAILLARD

By Denis Maillard on Paris Innovation Review

Jusqu'à ces dernières décennies, l'entreprise disposait d'une unité de lieu. L'entreprise de demain sera marquée par une unité de temps, celui d'un projet, d'un contrat, d'un marché, mais sans unité de lieu puisque les salariés pourront se trouver à des milliers de kilomètres de distance, dans des bureaux disjoints, ou chez eux en télétravail. Travailler, alors, ce n'est plus se retrouver avec d'autres dans un lieu construit pour cela, mais se mettre en réseau et organiser une sociabilité commune. L'idée même de l'entreprise y survivra-t-elle?
Up to recent decades, the enterprise was characterized by a unity of place. Enterprises tomorrow will be characterized by a unity of time, that needed for a project, for a small and large scale contracts, but with no unity of place, inasmuch as the workers can be thousands of kilometres away, in third party office premises or at home, in a remote tele-work mode. Working no longer consists of collaborating with colleagues in a given place built for this purpose, but rather networking with others and organizing a shared sociability. The question is: will the very concept of enterprise survive?

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