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Mazars – Chief HR & Communication Officer
Université Paris II – PhD
BPCE – VP Leadership & Management
Groupe Caisse d’Epargne – Chief HR Officer
Neoma / Reims MS– Associate Dean, Corporate
Relations & Post-graduate programs
Moments of Life – COO
Kempinski – VP Education & Development
Forward Consulting – Partner
IAE Paris Sorbonne – Master in HR
Daniel Porte Consultats – Head hunter
Arcelor Mittal – HR Project Manager
Neoma / Reims MS – Master in Management
Our vision is to create economic
opportunity for every member of
the global workforce.
- Jeff Weiner
Chief People & Communication Officer,
How does the digital revolution impact
HR strategies and practices?
Effect N°1 of digitalization:
relationships matter again.
Keeping out is
not a serious option.
1. Millions of members.
2. Shows up at the top of Google searches.
3. People are researching you.
4. It’s packed with invaluable resources.
5. You don’t know what you’re missing out on.
6. You’ll stay ultra-current.
7. You’ll automatically remain connected.
8. It’s the most efficient way to manage your network.
9. It’s the ultimate personal branding platform.
Effect N°2 of digitalization: we
(X) don’t have to transmit (to Y).
We have to permit.
Even maybe not.
Effect N°3 of digitalization: you
are responsible for one major
thing: your ecosystem
(connections + information).
McKinsey’s « 7s model », developed in the
70’s by Tom Peters (http://tompeters.com/),
Richard Pascale and Bob Waterman is an
insightful analogy of the several impacts of the
digital revolutin on HR and leadership.
Education (access to knowledge) will be the N°1
driver of the 21st Century – but under new forms
and through new media.
1990 2010 2030
Literacy in the world
Full presentation of LinkedIn (2014): http://fr.slideshare.net/linkedin/2014-linkedin-company-presentation
Best ideas come from our co-workers
New work space
4 opinions… on which you should have an opinion
Assumption # 1
Learning content and design must
change in order to stick to the new
cognitive characteristics of
millennials / digital natives / gen Y.
« Video gaming leads to significant
improvements in performance on various
cognitive tasks, from visual perception to
sustained attention ».
« The Web has made its users proficient at
searching and browsing, but lousy at reading
and remembering. The distraction-filled online
world has transformed us on the neurological
as well as the cultural level, eroding our
attention spans and even our capacity to form
long-term memories. »
Nicholas Carr, The Shallows.
« Finally, schooling can no longer be a
monopoly of the schools. Education in the post-
capitalist society has to permeate the entire
society. Employing organizations of all kinds —
businesses, government agencies, non-profits
– must become institutions of learning and
teaching as well. Schools, increasingly, must
work in partnership with employers and
employing organizations. »
Peter Drucker – 1983
Population active (2010 vs. 2050)
4,2 mds (/6,7 total) 5,9 mds (/9,4 total)
USA 5,3% 4,7%
Chine 22,2% 14,6%
Afrique 12% 22,1%
Europe 12% 6,5%
Assumption # 3
Companies should stop working with
business schools and develop their
own educational programmes.
Assumption # 4
Corporate Universities should be
led by young cross-cultural techno-