EXPLORING AND BUILDING TOMORROW'S ORGANIZATIONS
How to make Elon Musk without Elon Musk, and why? A question that many players in industrial innovation are asking themselves, and to which Alain Dupas provides an interesting answer.
Industrial synergies enable R&I organizations to successfully confront the pressures and expectations of an unstable environment.
Hybrid organization is one of the dimensions that the R&I organization of the future must learn to integrate into its full digital loop.
In the wake of the health shock, what are the challenges posed to R&I teams by the hybrid organization in which face-to-face collaboration is no longer the norm?
They’re a straightforward way to interpret the current new situation, in which knowledge is everywhere and is produced by multiple competing sources: knowledge is becoming a commodity. The capacity to produce it the ability to store it in large volume are no longer differentiators of company performance.
Quantum information technologies are going to hit hard. But where and how? Let’s organize ourselves collectively to find the best answers to this question.
Quantum sensors and radars: why is everyone talking about them, and should we expect upheavals from these new technologies?
Cryptography is the most mature area of quantum information technology, and the expected advances in this field will have a major disruptive effect.
Quantum information technologies are currently raising an impressive hype. But what is really behind the announcements?
Impact of Covid on R&I: feedback from players in a sector where things are suddenly moving very fast, aerospace. A seminar organized by Arthur D. Little and Presans.
For the oil & gas sector, the creation of a low-carbon hydrogen market opens up new prospects, including for their R&I function.
Is it reasonable today to expect a technological breakthrough in hydrogen storage?
Do the technological roadmaps integrate the fact that the question of batteries goes far beyond that of the electric vehicle?