The effects of the digital revolution on employment have fueled debate and triggered strong concerns. Should be worry? / Gilbert Cette
Developer innovation has been at the heart of the digital revolution. Yet, developers as a class have largely been ignored by research in Social Sciences. / Paris Chrysos
Communication is at the forefront of a world of weak ties that form and break up uninterruptedly. Specialists can convert this instability into an opportunity to give a full meaning to their activity. / Howard Gross
Should we imagine, come the 2030 horizon, new forms of entrepreneurial leadership? / Bernard Ramanantsoa
A new approach to knowledge is emerging which changes the very idea of competence: what an employee knows matters less than what he is able to find, and, more relevantly, what he’s able to share.
Mathematical skills have become strategic for the business world. The most advanced companies hire high level scientists who tackle fundamental theoretical questions.
For two decades, the best trained science graduates have been attracted into finance. All around the world, strategies are implemented to address this crisis.