Jean Salmona / J&P Partners & Paris Innovation Review

Last updated on profile page : February 14th, 2017

BIO

Jean V. Salmona is a senior partner and managing director of J&P Partners, a consulting company, and senior advisor at Ardian (ex AXA Private Equity). Former CEO of CESIA, a state owned company specialised in information systems, and former chairman of Information Technologies for Development, an NGO with consultative status to the UN, he has published a variety of articles and books on IT and their role in development.

Jean Salmona is the founder of Paris Innovation Review and chairman of the editorial board. He graduated from Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Economique (ENSAE Paris Tech). He is also a graduate from Sciences Po.

By Jean Salmona on Paris Innovation Review

Comme tous les futurs articles de la série base|zéro, notre article inaugural est un exercice purement intellectuel. Il dessine ce que pourrait être une organisation de l'enseignement secondaire fondée sur une utilisation systématique des techniques de l'information actuellement disponibles, prenant en compte les enfants et les adolescents tels qu'ils sont aujourd'hui, et volontairement déconnectée des structures d'enseignement existantes.
This first article in our Zero/base series, like all the ones to come, is purely an intellectual exercise. This one describes what a secondary education system might look like if it ignored all existing educational models and was based on current information technology resources and on the way children and adolescents behave today.

La série base|zéro

PTR Editors on April 14th, 2010

L’objet de notre série base|zéro est d’imaginer, dans divers domaines du secteur généralement non marchand, et en ignorant volontairement les structures actuelles et les contraintes sociopolitiques, ce que pourrait être un système optimal adapté au monde d’aujourd’hui, tirant profit, tout particulièrement, des innovations technologiques.

The Zero|Base Series

PTR Editors on April 14th, 2010

The purpose of our zero|base series is to take non-profit sectors of society and design new, optimal systems adapted to today’s world, taking advantage of all available technological innovations but deliberately ignoring existing structures and socio-political constraints.

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