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Evangelisation or the challenge of the pioneers

Evangelisation.This word has always amused me.It has a basically religious meaning.I say it comes from the Gospel.That is to say, they are those who bring the good news. But, recently, it’s been used especially in the technology world when it…

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AC/DC and its implications

It’s funny how many meanings a single word can have. Or, in this case, abbreviations. First was Before Christ/After Christ. (Note: Yes, I know, dear international reader, this article doesn’t hold up in English because it relies on puns that…

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Dying of success? The Clubhouse case

It takes an awful lot to launch a successful app. In fact, it is most likely to die along the way. There are many people who try and very, very few manage to stand out and become, quite simply, sustainable….

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The multiple personality of a founder

In the space of a few days I have been approached by two projects seeking my collaboration. They are two very different projects. In very different sectors, although both are based on technology. But both have similar problems with the…

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Well, lo and behold, I found my voice

No. It’s not that I’ve gone hoarse. I recently wrote an article in which I commented on why I think it is a good strategy to write in my blog on a daily basis. And I also indicated why it…

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Value is overvalued

The title seems appropriate. My friend Ben Kastl suggests “Value is overvalued” after a conversation that begins with the now commonplace “I see you more active on social media”. This is one of the meetings that we periodically organise at…

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Data is already the new oil

I have been hearing this phrase for years: Data is going to be the oil of the future. But these days the phrase has become much more tangible. Tesla has launched the subscription to full autonomous driving. Until now, autonomous…

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Competition is bad for innovation? Really?

I just read an article saying that competition is bad for innovation. “The problem with innovation competitions” published in the Harvard Business Review, no less. Counter-intuitive. They themselves admit it. Because my first feeling is that having competition is supposed…

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The worst title for your LinkedIn

The job title you put on your LinkedIn profile says a lot about you. If the one that says: “General Manager at …””CEO at …””Application Developer at …” In my case a few years ago I put “Innovation strategy, IT…

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Likes don’t pay the bills

The second beer was very cold. We toasted after a looong time without being able to do it in person. The official excuse was to share what we are doing with our communities. The truth is that we really wanted…

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