EXPLORING AND BUILDING TOMORROW'S ORGANIZATIONS
An interview with Emmanuel Thomazo, Deputy Strategy Director, Total S & P, to give an updated overview of the issues that structure innovation within the French energy group.
In the middle of the ocean, or under the guise of coastal plasticrust, the sight of plastic generally triggers the self-loathing of our industrial civilization.
Current changes in the scope of industrial responsibility are particularly relevant to the plastics value chain. Where can they go to find substitutes?
As the French government discusses a bill on the circular economy, let us take a step back on the process by which the industrial agenda of plastic is constituted.
The history of the equipment manufacturer Hutchinson demonstrates the importance of innovation. Its CEO, Jacques Maigné, shares his vision of current and future major issues in this industrial sector.
We often talk about the importance of a systemic vision of industrial problems. This is especially the case when it comes to plastics.
The areas of innovation for Air Liquide correspond to three major transitions: the energy transition, the transition to home health, the digital transition.
Most companies are aware of the importance of data, even if they are not in the front rank when it comes to exploiting data. Among the five specificities of Open Organizations, being data-driven is the one that makes it possible to convert a knowledge advantage into a market power advantage.
Digital platforms structure the activity of open organizations. This article distinguishes three types of platforms and shows how they manage to develop, on what principles their operations are based, and how to position oneself in the ecosystems they inexorably create around them.
It’s dinner time in 2131. Paris is affected by a strange illness, but this won’t stop Victoria from discovering new foods and friends!
This fact sheet on new technologies around food summarizes some facts deemed significant by our Fellows as part of the Presans Platform activity.
What we will eat in the future is determined by collective trends and challenges, some of which are already known today. What answers will the market, the states, or even the philosophical reflection bring to these trends and challenges? Can the future of the agri-food sector be read in cornflakes?
Report of a meetup on the future of food that allows a quick update on the agri-food global agenda: actors, issues, actions.