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« Donnant-donnant »

Parce qu’une économie de la connaissance est une économie de l’innovation, elle se place en rupture par rapport aux anciens schémas pour proposer un modèle de société créative, responsable et solidaire. Une économie de polarisation des savoirs et des liens sociaux pour cultiver tous les maillages possibles au développement d’un écosystème harmonieux et durable.

Préparer le capital humain dans l'économie de la connaissance est primordial pour notre pays dans l'avenir. Rénover la démocratie.

e-Collaboration , le travail en réseau et l’efficacité collective : modèle de développement pour la réussite

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Chaque choix que nous faisons correspond à la satisfaction d’un besoin à l’instant T. Nous prenons des décisions en fonction de ce qui nous semble être le mieux pour nous au moment où nous les prenons. Mais la vie est un mouvement, une évolution constante. Ce qui était valable hier ne l’est peut-être déjà plus aujourd’hui, alors demain ?Tous, entrepreneurs de la connaissance

Le concept s’appuie sur trois axes en interactions

AGILITE, INNOVATION, EMPOWERMENT

Knowledge Sharing for a more agile, innovative and engaged organisation.

FRANCEWEB un instrument d’intelligence collective ! 

Une attitude face à Internet, aux bases de données, à l'accès à l'information.

Une attitude face au progrès et à l'avenir.

FRANCEWEB n'est pas seulement un portail, un annuaire, un moteur de recherche, une communauté virtuelle, un forum, un site de marques, simple interface, ou un magnifique outil de marketing personnalisé...C’est tout en un. C’est un état d’esprit…Réussir l’impossible.

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Venez nous rejoindre , afin de participer à cette mobilisation et de stimuler le plein emploi de l'intelligence générale des individus faisant appel à la connaissance du monde.

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Tisser la toile, accompagner les entreprises en mutation, les collectivités territoriales, les organismes publics, partager les meilleurs usages internationaux de l'Internet et du e-business, approfondir la compréhension des technologies les plus avancées et promouvoir leur ouverture, agir pour permettre leur accès au plus grand nombre, sensibiliser la France entière aux enjeux de la société en réseau, faire partir d'un réseau de confiance, débattre sans tabou des vraies questions de l'e-transformation avec les meilleurs experts, intégrer en permanence la créativité, développer compétitivité et innovation dans une société mondiale en réseau.

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Je forme une entreprise qui n'a jamais eu d'exemple, et dont l'exécution n'aura point d'imitateur. Je veux montrer à mes semblables un homme dans tout la vérité de la nature; et cet homme, c'est moi.

L'entreprise ressemble à une réserve naturelle, comme une île au centre de l'Europe, ou une espèce protégée vit- plutôt bien - à l'abri du chômage et des désordres politiques et sociaux. Aucun autre Etat au monde ne pratique en même temps la démocratie directe, le fédéralisme, la neutralité, la paix du travail et le compromis systématique. C'est le modèle "Nouvelle société du savoir, société du XXIe siècle"

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I helped start SRU-Electronics over 25 years ago and am very proud of what we have accomplished. It has grown significantly since then with close to 40 research networks across the sciences and new content and functionality being added every week.

I have been blogging since 1995. I’ve been able to write hundreds of blog posts that have helped thousands of businesses and bloggers, and I’ve leveraged that content into a full-time career as a Brand Evangelist, marketing consultant and author. Thanks to my blog, and the fact that I am a 100% work from home business, I have been able to move whenever and wherever I want, as well as work from Paris, Barcelona, Florida, California,  and countless other destinations. Throughout this guide I walk you through best practices and provide essential strategies and tactics for your success. I also recommend specific tools and services that I’ve used, some of which are affiliate links – those cost you nothing more and, in fact, in some instances I’ve negotiated an even better deal for you. We’re going to cover a lot of ground. I’d strongly recommend that you hit CTRL – D right now to bookmark this resource so that you can come back to it later. You can also download it as a PDF for free here:

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What Is Blogging?

Blogging started when people first began using websites to journal their activities and ideas. The term blog came from “Web Log” and so the initial blogs were quite personal in nature.

That doesn’t have to be the case today.

Blogs are currently used in much the same way normal websites are used: to educate site visitors on a particular topic.

One difference though between what one might call “normal” web pages and a blog is that a blog is expected to have new content added to it regularly, and thus the blogging system should facilitate that.

While most blogs might have comments and tags and other frills… it’s that regular addition of new content which is what really defines and separates the blog from a static site.

Even the posts themselves and the format they’re in matters little. It’s all just content. Here on The Social Media Hat, I use “pages” and “blog posts” and “articles” and “stories” to separate in my own mind and site organization what I’m publishing. But the normal site visitor likely wouldn’t know the difference.

We will get into some of those details very shortly. For now, what’s important is to understand that if you’re going to start a blog, that means that you’re going to be creating a website that you will need to update regularly with new information.

It’s an important point, because that represents a commitment on your part that you have to stick with to achieve success. It’s unlikely that you’ll be able to set up a blog, publish one post, and suddenly get droves of traffic that drive crazy amounts of passive revenue.

That’s a pipe dream.

Rather, know that it will take you time to develop an audience. You’re likely going to have to write a lot of blog posts and create a great deal of content, over a lengthy period of time.

How much and how long will depend a great deal on your individual goals. Are you doing this for fun? Are you hoping to make a little money on the side? Or are you hoping to turn your blog and interests into a full time business and career?

How To Make A Blog A Business?

Which leads us to a very important consideration: how to make money blogging.

If you’re blogging for fun, or already have a plan to monetize your blog, feel free to skip this section. If, however, you’re definitely interested in understanding how people can make thousands of dollars a month from their blog, I have a brief introduction for you.

There are actually a myriad of ways that people can make money from a blog and website, but at a high level, most methods fall into a few basic categories.

Advertising

One of the most common ways to monetize a blog is to add advertising. Google AdSense, for example, will generate dynamic ads in whatever spaces you specify that is related to your content and therefore more likely to be of interest to visitors.

In order to see good revenue from advertising, you’ll need to establish growing levels of traffic. It’s poor SEO to fill a brand new site with advertising, and individual advertisers will likely only be interested in working with established brands, so don’t plan to implement advertising right away.

Sell Products

Another common way to monetize a site or blog is to sell products. These might be digital products that you’ve created or resell, or physical products. Depending on the product, you may need to integrate a shopping cart application into your site, or you might be able to refer visitors and interested buyers to a separate site (or just use PayPal buttons, for instance).

While you can certainly launch your blog with products to sell (particularly if that’s the point of your business), keep in mind that as a new business and blogger, you still need to establish a reputation, so keep your expectations reasonable at first.

Sell Services

While selling services may not be the typical blogger’s primary focus, it certainly does offer a lucrative option, particularly if you’re simultaneously working to develop passive revenue streams.

In other words, while you’re working on building traffic and slowly earning more from advertising or other streams, you can still make a great living using your blog content to establish your authority in your niche and offer your services to other people. You can promote them directly on your site, as well as through third-party sites like Fiverr.com or Guru.com.

Affiliate Recommendations

Finally, what’s typically one of the most effective ways for bloggers to make money is through affiliate recommendations and sales.

The arrangement is simple. You create your blogging site around a central theme, identify one or more businesses that are already selling products or services which serve that niche, and then you promote them on your site. As an affiliate, you are provided a custom link to use to refer readers which, when clicked, automatically associates that visitor and customer with you. You get credit for anything they purchase and earn a commission.

Like all of the other methods, this is by no means an easy path to untold riches. You still need to develop an audience and establish your authority. And when you want to promote an affiliate product, you’re going to have to really sell it and demonstrate value, just as if you were selling your own product or service.

The beauty though is that fulfilment is 100% someone else’s responsibility. And if you’re able to create some really effective systems for funneling readers into the recommended products, you’ll begin to see real monthly earnings – enough to build a real living off of.

I’ll outline what those systems look like for you later on.

While it’s usually best to work on developing a rich archive of content and an engaged audience first, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have a plan for how you’re going to earn money.

Who Is Your Blog For?

There are three main areas of concern that need to be addressed before you start blogging and then continuously while you’re blogging, and those are Focus, Targeting and Metrics.

Blogging Focus

Focus is important in order to keep your blog content topics as narrow as possible. When you stray off into posts that are off-topic, they’re usually a waste of time. It seems counter-intuitive to keep narrowing and narrowing the focus of what you’re writing about – it may seem like you’re limiting your audience. But the fact is, a highly focused set of topics will make it easier for you to figure out what you need to write about, and grow a highly interested audience.

I started blogging when I first opened my web dev business. At the time, I thought that writing about anything business-related would be good for my audience and great for my blog. I couldn’t have been more wrong. Those early posts that I wrote garnered no traffic, no leads, and no sales, and therefore were completely worthless.

What I lacked was an understanding of the connection between the content I needed to write and the audience I was trying to reach.

Blogging Targeting

This is why it’s a good idea to develop one or more personas for your blog and business.

A persona is simply a made-up person that typifies your ideal or target audience. You might include demographic or geographic data if it makes sense to do so, but the more important features are usually their fears, issues, concerns, needs and goals.

If you can gain an understanding of what your audience needs, and how they’re limited, you can create a picture for yourself of how you can help them.

Blogging Analytics

Once you’ve established one or more personas and have started to create content that you think is a better fit for them, you can use your analytics to confirm that.

Google Analytics will help you see how your site content performs, and all of the major social networks also offer reporting options to help you gauge the effectiveness of your social activity as well.

In fact, whenever you’re on the fence about whether a particular topic is a good one, it’s often best to test it with a short social media post rather than invest the time it takes to write a blog post. If the social post resonates with your audience, you know it’s safe to proceed with the longer article.

Example: Peg Fitzpatrick

A great example of a blogger with excellent focus is Peg Fitzpatrick. Peg is a marketing consultant and speaker, so she’s targeting small to medium business owners and brands with her content.

She knows that by sharing detailed blog posts about various aspects of social media marketing, she can position herself as an authority. She also knows that the people interested in her content will, for the most part, be too busy to read all of her articles.

There will always be people who need more help than you can provide in a blog post and will be willing to pay for your expertise.

How To Find Your Blogging Voice

One area that you may be wondering about is your “Voice.” Maybe you’ve heard other bloggers talk about it. What is it, and how do you get it?

Your voice with regard to writing and blogging is actually very akin to your spoken voice. By that I mean, when you and I are sitting in a cafe having coffee and talking about our career paths, you hear me speaking.

Not only do you hear the words, you hear things like intonation, cadence, stress, emotion, passion, confidence. You learn just as much from the way that I speak as from what I say.

Your writing is the same way. Sure, the typed words are important for facilitating what it is you want to communicate.

But there’s more.

Which words do I choose to use? Which words do I stress? Where do I choose to start new paragraphs or use short sentences.

Style.

These are things that, when combined, come together to be “uniquely you.”

But it also happens over time. When you begin to write your first blog post you may not have a clear idea of how you want to talk to your readers.

You may not know if you want to be funny or clever or even shocking.

Of course, whatever style you choose should usually reflect who you are outside of your writing. Most of my friends and colleagues who “met” me through my blog and then we meet face-to-face later find that I write almost exactly like I speak.

What style will you choose?

More important, how will you go about finding that style?

Yes, like so many other aspects of blogging, your voice is going to take time to develop. Not only do you need more experience to be able to discern what your voice is, you will also need practice writing with that voice in order to make sure that everything you write is flush with your style.

Here are a few tips to get started:

  • Read your writing out loud. Ken Evoy showed me the power of this technique and it’s truly amazing. Not only will you be a better editor of your own work, you’ll really “hear” the voice that you’ve portrayed in your writing and may find yourself loving what you’ve drafted, or saying, “yuck!” out loud.
  • Learn the rules of grammar. You don’t want to get stuck on spelling & grammar, and you definitely don’t want your readers to get stuck. Let them focus on what you’re trying to say, rather than any confusing mistakes you might have made.
    • Know when to break the rules. Blog posts are not college research papers. It’s OK to break the rules if done deliberately, with purpose for the reader.
    • Write from your own knowledge & passion. When your writing comes from your heart & mind, rather than a regurgitation of notes and research, your personality can come out clearly.

    While we may not have spent a lot of time talking about your blogging voice, it is something I advise you to think about quite a bit. This is one of the best ways you and your blog will stand out.

  • How NOT To Start A Blog

    Before we jump into the nitty gritty of what you need to do to start your blog, let me address and dissuade you from a few common mistakes and misperceptions about blogging options.

    I Can Blog Using Social Media

    This is fallacy #1. Some people will tell you that all you really need is a Facebook Page and you can just post all of your content there.

    While you do need a Facebook Page, and we’ll be talking about that later on, it is not a substitute for a blog or business website.

  • First, your Facebook Page lives within Facebook which means you have no control over the environment. What’s in the sidebar and footer – what’s around your content – has nothing to do with your brand or business.

    On your blog, however, you can use that space to promote your own business and lead your readers into more fruitful activities.

    Second, and this cannot be stressed enough, you do not own your Facebook Page. Facebook can shut down your Page at any time, with no warning, and with no promises to reinstate it even if it was a mistake.

    While most bloggers and businesses have little to fear with regard to losing any of their social profiles, is that really a risk you want to take?

  • I Can Blog Using A Free Website

    What if, instead of a Facebook Page, you opted for a free WordPress blog. That should be OK, right? No!

  • Again, just as with a Facebook Page, anything you’re getting for free means that you aren’t paying for or owning that thing. If you’re going to invest countless hours publishing hundreds of blog posts, do you really want to rely on a free service for that?

    But there’s a deeper, psychological issue at play here.

    If you want your new blog to be taken seriously, you cannot opt for a free website. No matter how hard you try, it will be obvious to every single reader that you are either too cheap to pay for hosting, or too lazy to try.

    Either way, that leaves a sour impression and they’re not likely to be interested in learning more from you.

    So do yourself a favor and follow the following guidelines to the tee!

  • How To Start A Blog

    From a technical perspective, you need three things to start a blog: Domain Name, Hosting, Blog Platform.

    Domain Name

    Your domain name will be your blog’s address on the web. My blog, for instance, uses the domain name BloggingBrute.com. There are two parts to that domain name: the left label, which is unique to you and your blog, and the right label, which is referred to as the top-level domain or extension.

    While there are many top-level domains to choose from (.net or .info, for instance), it is ideal to use .com since that is the default extension, and considered to be the most authoritative.

    Selecting a domain name thus requires finding a combination of an available left label + top-level domain. No easy task! To be frank, finding an available .com is often frustrating and time-consuming.

  • My advice: Don’t settle on a name for your business until you’ve found the perfect domain name.

    Additional domain name selection tips:

    1. Use a .com domain name if at all possible.
    2. Do not invest in a Premium domain name (one currently owned by someone else) unless you have an established brand.
    3. Avoid numbers or punctuation.
    4. Domain names are not case sensitive, but you can write them that way if you use multiple words to help with readability, like TheSocialMediaHat.com as opposed to thesocialmediahat.com.
    5. Check the availability of related usernames on the top social networks (i.e. Facebook & Twitter) to ensure brand symmetry.
    6. Make a decision on your domain name within 48 hours of finding the perfect one, to avoid “squatters” buying it before you do.
    7. Once you’ve found the perfect domain name, don’t buy it just yet. You can usually get it for free with a hosting package, which we’ll talk about next.

      Blog Hosting

      Hosting is the physical location of your blog and website – where your files and folders and data live – and it represents one of the business costs of maintaining a blog. The fees range from a few dollars a month up to the hundreds of dollars a month, depending on your site’s needs.

      For new bloggers, the good news is you can start relatively inexpensively, and upgrade as needed. Over time, as your site gains more traffic and interest, you’ll need to upgrade your hosting. But that’s usually a nice problem to have!

      Typically, hosting is offered as Shared, Virtual Private Server or Dedicated.

      Shared – The most common and least expensive option; this kind of hosting is when you and many other people use space on the same server.

      Virtual Private Server – An upgraded hosting option; this kind offers a limited number of clients greater access to server resources.

    8. Dedicated – The best hosting option; this kind offers you a complete server solely for your website and visitors. The performance is the best, but the cost mirrors that.

      As I mentioned, new bloggers can certainly start with a shared hosting account, and my recommendation is BlueHost. The hosting plans are inexpensive, reliable, and offer easy installation of WordPress, which we’ll get to in a moment.

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Stefan has over 20 years of senior level international search experience and has completed numerous senior level assignments with a principal focus on the industrial and services sector for companies ranging from early stage entrepreneurial ventures to large scale corporations.

Stefan has concentration on the energy, automotive, manufacturing and process industries as well as on services to industrial. He has also conducted talent audit for clients to support change management.

Stefan brings to his search practice based on her industry experience and knowledge, fresh contacts and perspective, and sensitivity to the needs and culture of both clients and candidates.

He personally leads each of her searches with a “hands-on” approach that has resulted in search delivery and completion well above the industry.

Stefan is Managing Partner, heading the Technology Services and Digital Practice at Special Research Unit global executive search.

Building Futures >>StefanV.Raducanu>> SRU-Electronics>> competing through collaboration, learning and innovation>>Help people share information and make business processes more interactive

Stefan et Madeleine Raducanu>Vente MyNewsCenter>FranceWebSharing >The co-founders of FranceWebAsso believe that a common, collaborative platform for data can change the world.

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I believe that in the next 50 years the concept of large corporate employing people will die,

the combination of all the 30 something being made redundant, the realisation that their

experience is now becoming a major commodity and their need to balance work and life

will stop them looking for full time jobs. They will only want contract jobs or treat fulltime

jobs as contracts.

I therefore hope that the successful corporate of the future will be large groupings of people

that form into work based communities as and when the need arises. I hope the days of the

large corporate employing thousands of people will be gone in the next 100 years!

I don't they will have a choice; the best people will simply not take a fulltime job.

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The robotic future of manufacturing0 Comments

November 29, 2018 // By Charles Stewardson
The manufacturing industry has long been the backbone of the UK economy and a driver for the overall state of the nation. Today, UK manufacturing remains at the forefront of innovation as the sector works to keep pace with the introduction of new, more efficient technologies, and in the face of major competition from other global players.
The manufacturing industry has long been the backbone of the UK economy and a driver for the overall state of the nation. Today, UK manufacturing remains at the forefront of innovation as the sector works to keep pace with the introduction of new, more efficient technologies, and in the face of major competition from other global players.
China for example has seen astonishing growth since surpassing the US as the number one global manufacturer in the world in 2010. With this, the country has been able to deliver high productivity and low costs that have attracted huge investments from foreign companies. China’s manufacturing industry continues to transform as demand for more specialised goods brings production costs up, opening the door to the next major innovation for manufacturing - factory automation.

‘Lights Out’ on old manufacturing strategies

‘Lights out manufacturing’ refers to the use of robotics in fully automated factories where materials and products are produced 24/7 with little human workforce present. In 2016, a Chinese mobile phone factory, Changying Precision Technology Company, deployed a factory workforce that was 90% robotic. While not quite ‘lights out’, Changying still saw productivity increase by 250%.

One of the most well-known lights out manufacturing facilities actually produces the robots that enable other companies to deploy lights out manufacturing. FANUC’s robots produce other robots in Japan for automated factories all over the world, including Apple and Tesla Motors in the US.

Many believe that lights out manufacturing represents a game-changing innovation for the manufacturing sector, setting a new bar for productivity. However, there are other benefits to automated factories, including throughput and quality increases, more consistent labour costs and lower energy requirements.

Robots are also objective, relying on programming to dictate what is ‘right’ and ‘wrong’. This is very important on the manufacturing line, especially if the robots are responsible for providing a non-biased inspection.

Robotic-based solutions are now being implemented in the functional testing of mobile devices. These solutions offer an automated processing capability for carriers and mobile device operators, to reduce the costs surrounding the testing of mobile phones that enter the reverse logistics supply chain.

With robots, device inspection is streamlined, helping to avoid a scenario where a refurbished phone isn’t rated correctly. Automating the process also increases objectivity and improves consistency for grading devices, which is particularly beneficial in the second-hand and refurbished devices market. If a robot grades a device as the highest possible rating, consumers can be assured they’re buying a product that fits the package description.

Of course one consistent argument that arises when talking about automation is its impact on the jobs market. However, what automation can, and indeed does, actually do is to remove the repetitive nature of certain jobs on the assembly line traditionally done by human workers and free their time up for less menial tasks. In addition, small hardware automation systems can aid in terms of keeping production in existing ‘home’ factories rather than moving operations offshore because of labour costs.

Lights out manufacturing can be expensive to implement and it doesn’t happen overnight. Automation comes in three phases: ‘Do it better’, ‘Do it more’, and ‘Do it for less’. The Do it better phase limits human touch, reducing the risk of error and shifting resources to more strategic initiatives.

Large-scale manufacturing and forward logistics sectors have enjoyed the fruits of hardware automation for some 30 years. However, the cost, variables and complexities within the reverse logistics market (product returns/trade-ins/upgrades) have prevented truly successful automation within these environments until much more recently.

Small automation solutions now enable any Third-Party Logistics (3PL) providers to invest in smaller increments and begin to see returns in a much shorter time than traditional large-scale hardware automation offerings. Modularity and scalability are what will drive automation into the future.

Bringing value to Device Trade-in

Within low-margin markets, such as mobile device trade-in, labour costs are a significant consideration. Automation can help reduce these costs even in areas of high commoditisation and also provide the capability to deal with a broad range of devices without having to manually intervene to change the robot setup.

Industries that support product trade-in or upgrades, such as used smartphones or even used cars, are also built on the capitalisation of realising residual value. The used smartphone market intentionally discounts residual value against devices because of the variances between similarly graded devices caused by operator subjectivity.

Standard practices automatically apply a 15% discount because of these expected variances. Through automating the testing and visual inspection stages to ensure consistent, objective results, carriers and wholesalers could increase auction prices and get back that 15%. Given the billion-dollar size of the used smartphone market, that is significant value.

A Bright Future

Lights out manufacturing presents an exciting future for the manufacturing sector. We have moved a long way from jobs on the assembly lines introduced by Henry Ford, and into other more technical and service based roles within the industry. Automation can raise quality and lower processing and production costs, which in turn will open up new opportunities for UK manufacturers. As the industry moves more towards ‘lights out manufacturing, the future of UK automation has never looked brighter.

About the author:

Charles Stewardson is President of EMEA at FutureDial - www.futuredial.com

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"Un pour Tous".."Tous pour Un".."Chacun pour Soi"

Pour vous, nous avons conçu un Réseau d'échanges et de savoirs, vous proposant un mode de collaboration, plus pertinent et efficace, capable de s'adapter à votre entreprise, votre fonction et vous.

A la rencontre d’initiatives positives au niveau humain, économique, culturel, technologique…

POUR LA CONTRIBUTION AU MIEUX-ETRE COLLECTIF ET GLOBAL, POUR L’HUMAIN, L’ORGANISATION ET LA VIE

 Sa devise « Pour Vous et avec Vous» est un projet de développement durable conçu à l’échelle des territoires ou des régions, chaque membre mettant son expérience, ses connaissances au profit de l’ensemble, afin d’augmenter la richesse de chacun. SocSav21 portera sur les moyens mobilisés par les acteurs de la société civile pour participer au débat et à la décision publics, ainsi que sur les dispositifs de concertation mis en œuvre par les pouvoirs publics.

Seront ainsi successivement abordées les causes environnementales, familiales, consuméristes, humanitaires, générationnelles, scolaires, sanitaires, féministes et la défense des libertés. 

Enrichir les compétences de chacun, susciter le goût d'entreprendre. Préparer le capital humain dans l'économie de la connaissance est primordial au siècle des réseaux.

Stimuler le plein emploi de l'intelligence générale des individus faisant appel à la connaissance du monde. L'engagement de chacun, condition d'une stratégie pour tous.

Le développement durable FRANCE WEB est avant tout un apprentissage du partage des savoirs et des pouvoirs. Les TIC permettent de faire communiquer entre elles des disciplines, des associations, des organismes qui ont du mal à connecter, dans une même toile de sens "développement durable", des initiatives qui nous semblent naturellement devoir se rencontrer dans une même vision d’interdépendance.

Incorporer la dynamique associative dans une démocratie du dialogue, le dialogue civil ! 

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« Ce qui libère, c’est la sagesse »

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Les technologies numériques réinventent notre société en investissant progressivement tous les domaines de notre vie quotidienne et tous les secteurs de l'économie. De l'innovation médicale à la mobilité, en passant par la communication, l'industrie, la sécurité, le traitement de l'information, le développement des loisirs... le numérique est partout, révolutionnant nos manières de produire et d'interagir avec notre environnement....

S’adapter, adapter et faire adapter, tels sont les mots d’ordre du nouveau contexte. Dans cette évolution, c’est le monde qui se transforme lentement mais sûrement en interface généralisée au numérique.

Mutualisons nos connaissances pour imaginer, créer et innover

Parce qu’une économie de la connaissance est une économie de l’innovation, elle se place en rupture par rapport aux anciens schémas pour proposer un modèle de société créative, responsable et solidaire. Une économie de polarisation des savoirs et des liens sociaux pour cultiver tous les maillages possibles au développement d’un écosystème harmonieux et durable.

Pour Vous et avec Vous!

Un projet ambitieux, humain, imaginatif, hors normes, réunit 3 pôles et sera tourné vers une approche de bien-être collectif et individuel, grâce à son architecture, à l'intégration de la nature et aux services proposés. Laisser les groupements d'opérateurs faire preuve d'imagination. Même s'il s'agit d'un exercice difficile, nous invitons les groupements à laisser libre cours à leur imagination tout en leur demandant d'intégrer ce modèle de société. Les conflits d'autorité et de légitimité, tout comme les pratiques émanant du code, nous incitent à trouver une autre voie. C'est bien  là le projet d'un humanisme numérique.

C’est ainsi que la sociabilité numérique est une nouvelle façon de faire société : lecture automatique de soi (en fonction des catégories du profil et de ses modulations), l’identité se construit dans un échange entre fragments discursifs et actions en réseau. Des interventions, des associations, des rapprochements, des rencontres fortuites, portées par les similarités et les liens de parenté d’un type nouveau, entre catégories et position sur un réseau et finalement des formes d’association productrices de sens et de pertinence, ce sont les particules élémentaires de l’identité numérique. Et cette identité appelle une autre manière d’informer et de former.

« Comment réussir dans un monde d’égoïstes »

Réanimer l’engagement citoyen>> Histoire d'un projet>PoissyWebCitoyen>SmartCity>Ville Connectée

L'objet de ce projet "c'est la nature humaine, non un héros individualisé">"Les héros, ou simplement les gens bien, Nous en avons besoin !"

Préparer le capital humain dans l'économie de la connaissance est primordial pour notre pays dans l'avenir. Rénover la démocratie.

e-Collaboration , le travail en réseau et l’efficacité collective : modèle de développement pour la réussite

Chaque choix que nous faisons correspond à la satisfaction d’un besoin à l’instant T. Nous prenons des décisions en fonction de ce qui nous semble être le mieux pour nous au moment où nous les prenons. Mais la vie est un mouvement, une évolution constante. Ce qui était valable hier ne l’est peut-être déjà plus aujourd’hui, alors demain ?

Tous, entrepreneurs de la connaissance

Le pisciacais Dipl.Ing.StefanV.Raducanu,  L'Humain demain, La nouvelle société du savoir ! Pour Vous et avec Vous. Société contributive,  projet architectural majeur du 21ème siècle.

L'entreprise ressemble à une réserve naturelle, comme une île au centre de l'Europe, ou une espèce protégée vit- plutôt bien - à l'abri du chômage et des désordres politiques et sociaux. Aucun autre État au monde ne pratique en même temps la démocratie directe, le fédéralisme, la neutralité, la paix du travail et le compromis systématique. C'est le modèle "Nouvelle société du  XXIe siècle".

Ensuite sur le fond, pour être perçue comme une alternative possible, notre famille politique doit cesser de ne s’exprimer qu’en réaction à l’actualité ou aux choix gouvernementaux ; elle doit produire et exprimer une vision crédible de la France de demain. Notre proposition, c’est de cesser de raisonner en silo, et de se donner les moyens de conceptualiser un vrai projet politique.

C’est parce que nous sommes animés chaque jour par ces réflexions, parce qu’elle sont au cœur de notre engagement d’élus et qu’elles nous guident au quotidien dans ce que nous voulons être un mandat de contact avec nos concitoyens et de bon sens dans les choix que nous faisons, que  nous exprimons avec sincérité et détermination – loin des logiques d’appareil de certains – notre désir de contribuer utilement au débat national et et désireuse d’épargner à la France l’aventure des extrêmes qui malheureusement n’a jamais été aussi pressante à nos portes."

Un vent nouveau sur l’écriture de l’histoire.

Partagez ce qui vous inspire :

Brisez la routine et faites quelque chose de différent aujourd'hui, cela vous fera du bien.

Vous avez le choix d’envisager les choses autrement !

La clef est en vous : c’est votre imagination.

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Le dialogue civil>> Je ne manifeste pas, mais je suis obligé de constater que le ras le bol est général,>>Par ces temps de « crise » où le citoyen est appelé à faire des efforts permanents, ce système est indécent, et démontre que les élus...

"Un pour Tous".."Tous pour Un".."Chacun pour Soi" il faut refaire de la politique : C’est parce que nous sommes animés chaque jour par ces réflexions, parce qu’elles sont au cœur de notre engagement d’élus et qu’elles nous guident au quotidien.

Citoyenneté active-démocratie partticipative fondent notre action, impulser les changements rendus nécessaires par l’évolution de notre société.

Pendant presque un siècle, la construction de l’État providence a constitué l’horizon naturel du progrès social dans les pays industriels. Cet État providence est aujourd’hui mal en point. Il est d’abord devenu trop coûteux. Si elles continuaient à croître au rythme actuel, les dépenses de santé absorberaient bientôt la quasi-totalité des ressources des ménages ! Pour faire face à la hausse des dépenses sociales, les prélèvements obligatoires ont crû très rapidement, menaçant du même coup la compétitivité des entreprises et le dynamisme de l’économie. Mais l’État providence est surtout devenu une machinerie de plus en plus opaque et bureaucratique. Les principes de solidarité et de redistribution qui le commandent n’apparaissent plus clairement. La crise de l’État providence est culturelle et morale plus encore qu’économique. Pierre Rosanvallon Professeur au Collège de France, il est l’auteur de nombreux ouvrages, dont, récemment, au Seuil, Le Parlement des invisibles (« Raconter la vie », 2014).

Contact : Stefan Raducanu : +33 (0)1 39 65 50 34   +33 (0)6 85 36 20 75

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