Albert Meige interviewed by the Franco-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce.
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.
In this article, we take the example of two companies specialized in high-end sports connected watches: Garmin and Suunto. On at least two of the five specificities of open organizations, Garmin is much more advanced than Suunto, giving it a competitive edge.
The functionalization of companies has important consequences in terms of business model, management and technological choice.
Governance and organizations are factors that tend to be confused. Both are distinct and can be measured independently.