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James Teboul, Philippe Damier
The Mirage of Leadership Challenged by Neuroscience
To assume their role effectively, managers must know how to take into account the predispositions and biases that make them act, and thus understand them, and work resolutely against the grain of their natural inclinations.
Digital Technology, Counting with Women Preface by Gérard Berry
An incisive and informed assessment of the complicated relationships between women and the digital world, accompanied by strong measures and precise solutions to put an end to the sub-feminization of this still very macho sector.
Overwork: The New Horizon of Productivity Work efficiency
From strategy to management tools, including work methods – all facets of the activity of a company are examined to root out overwork.
Dominique Schnapper, Alain Schnapper
Powerful Yet Fragile: Companies Under Democracy
An essential reflection in a context where Facebook is trying to take over regalian prerogatives (currency...) and replace the State.
Peter Frumkin, Anne-Claire Pache, Arthur Gautier
Philanthropy as Strategy
Within a French context marked by the polemics created by the fire of Notre-Dame, this book, the first on the subject in France, has the potential to become the work of reference on the subject.
Gilles Teneau, Géraldine Lemoine
Toxic Handlers Generators of Goodwill in Companies
Criteria to enable HR professionals and company managers to recognize, recruit, and support these unique personalities who are so valuable to organizations.
All specialists agree that hacking incidents are only increasing. This book proposes ways to learn how to protect oneself while acknowledging that zero risk no longer exists.
A very wide diversity of examples taken from all sectors. Very educational, well written, and easy to understand, this book is also an economics lesson for Dummies.