Our report on an event organized on September 3, 2018 by the Aerospace, Defense and Security Club of HEC Alumni, at the initiative of Jérôme Bouquet, member of the Board.
DARPA, the F-35, and the return of Russia: in a world of new conflicts, technological leadership requires open organization
Piloting, financing and effectively advancing military technological innovation is now becoming a key priority for States.
The opening of an organization allows it to better attract and process useful flows, and thus to become a center within a dynamic market economy.
This article raises some thoughts on the transformation of the mobility market both from the point of view of Amazon’s customer experience champion, and from the perspective of a major energy player on the market: the whole sector value chain player, Total.
Elon Musk’s communication moves may irritate or delight, but the logic of SpaceX is implacable: a thesis that the reading grid of open organizations can refine.
The current crisis in Tesla is not unprecedented in its own history, however brief. This article puts things historically in perspective before sketching out some outcome scenarios.
This article discusses and clarifies the notion of killer app to show that it corresponds to the royal, and often unacknowledged, platform strategies used by open organizations.
In this article, we take the example of two companies specialized in high-end connected sport watches: Garmin and Suunto. On at least two of the five specificities of open organizations, Garmin is much more advanced than Suunto, granting the former company a competitive edge.
In the face of the upheavals in the retail sector, what are the strengths and weaknesses of the Mulliez Group to carry out its digital transformation?
France’s public digital transformation strategy is part of a multilateral partnership: the Open Government Partnership, which today brings together 75 countries and hundreds of civil society organizations dedicated to democratic innovation.