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Oubliez vos méthodes de brainstorming
by / on 16/11/2017 at 13:30 / in Harvard Business Review

Oubliez vos méthodes de brainstorming

Parce que les idées des personnes qui participent à une session de brainstorming tendent à converger, mieux vaut adopter d’autres modes de réflexion pour produire des concepts innovants. Lorsque votre équipe est chargée de générer des idées en vue de résoudre un problème, proposer une séance de brainstorming semble aller de soi. Mais cette approche fonctionne-t-elle vraiment ? Bien que le mot « brainstorming » soit […]

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Inside the new hottest investment banking jobs in the U.S.
by / on 15/11/2017 at 19:00 / in The Review

Inside the new hottest investment banking jobs in the U.S.

Bulge bracket investment banks are ramping up in unlikely destinations across the U.S. Away from their traditional Wall Street homes, deal-makers are moving to the likes of Atlanta, Dallas, Seattle and Toronto to capitalise on a growing revenue stream of middle market business. To varying degrees, Wells Fargo Securities, Citigroup, Morgan Stanley, J.P. Morgan and Bank of America Merrill Lynch are all […]

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Netflix Knows Some Very Strange Things About Public Viewing Habits
by / on 15/11/2017 at 15:00 / in WIRED

Netflix Knows Some Very Strange Things About Public Viewing Habits

“Netflixing in Public”—the act of watching Netflix out in the world, not to be confused with “Netflix and chill”—is officially a thing. Ever since smartphones got fast enough to stream on-the-go, folks have gotten more and more used to watching TV and movies almost anywhere. Don’t believe us? Go watch the line at Whole Foods for an hour, or ride […]

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The toughest place to be a hot young thing in finance. Marty Chavez tackles banker bashing
by / on 15/11/2017 at 00:30 / in The Review

The toughest place to be a hot young thing in finance. Marty Chavez tackles banker bashing

Every year, Forbes produces its 30 under 30 list for the financial sector, and has high-achieving, competitive 20-somethings across Wall Street and the City grinding their teeth with envy. 2015 was the year fintech broke, so the 2016 ranking was dominated by people who had unleashed a hot new start-up backed by hundreds of millions in venture capital backing. There’s […]

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The 10 most impressive new managing directors at Goldman Sachs
by / on 14/11/2017 at 19:00 / in The Review

The 10 most impressive new managing directors at Goldman Sachs

Last week. Goldman Sachs promoted its largest ever number of managing directors: 509 people were elevated to the level below partner. All of them are special, but some – by virtue of the speed of their promotion and the business areas they work in – seem a little more special than others. We’ve suggested 10 of the most interesting and impressive […]

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Le côté obscur du collectif
by / on 13/11/2017 at 20:30 / in Harvard Business Review

Le côté obscur du collectif

Les trois dérives potentielles du travail en équipe (et comment les éviter). La puissance du travail en équipe et de l’engagement collectif n’est aujourd’hui plus à démontrer, en particulier dans l’entreprise où, selon l’Institut Gallup, elle joue sur la performance, la satisfaction client, la créativité, le bien-être, etc. Ce potentiel reste cependant trop peu exploité par les dirigeants. Serait-ce à cause […]

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The End of the Cult of the Founder
by / on 12/11/2017 at 16:00 / in WIRED

The End of the Cult of the Founder

When future historians look back on the cult of the Silicon Valley founder, they will set its starting point in the early 2000s. Its end point could be right about now. But wait—aren’t we living through the greatest explosion of entrepreneurial energy in human history, spearheaded by tech companies? Software is eating the world! The internet is connecting all of […]

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The Undeniable Upsides of Founder-Led Companies
by / on 12/11/2017 at 14:00 / in WIRED

The Undeniable Upsides of Founder-Led Companies

In Silicon Valley, the very word “founder” has a kind of shamanic power. Using it to explain a decision can stop an argument cold. To say “the founder(s)” brought in a new executive, chose the office location, or even designed the logo requires no further discussion. If they did or said that, the thinking goes, that’s good enough for us. […]

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Morgan Stanley analyst quits for hot tech firm tackling huge real world problems
by / on 09/11/2017 at 17:00 / in The Review

Morgan Stanley analyst quits for hot tech firm tackling huge real world problems

MiFID II comes into force in January next year, and if you’re a not a star equity research analyst in the senior ranks, it’s likely to bring in a new era of precarious employment prospects. Analysts have, of course, been looking for new pastures – whether that’s a comparatively safe home on the buy-side, or investor relations. Laura Ashworth, an […]

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“Sexual harassment is horrific in the financial recruitment industry”
by / on 09/11/2017 at 13:30 / in The Review

“Sexual harassment is horrific in the financial recruitment industry”

Hollywood had its Harvey Weinstein moment. Banking had its BNP Paribas moment. Now it seems that financial recruitment firms need to have a moment of their own: women in the recruitment industry say harassment and sexism is endemic and that almost nothing is being done about it. “I hear what women say about the sexism on trading desks and I […]

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