vendredi 13 février 2015

Quotes - Janvier 2015

“A lot of people are afraid to say what they want. That’s why they don’t get what they want.”


"It's always this thing where we're constantly waiting for something that will come in electronic music that says, 'Daft Punk sucks!' " Bangalter says. "That's actually much more interesting and exciting than someone who is paying homage."

«Je retiens surtout d'André le fait qu'il se concentrait sur les aspects positifs du joueur plutôt que sur les éléments négatifs, mettant ainsi ses forces à contribution. Il a aussi toujours prôné la patience avec les jeunes joueurs.»

Julien Brisebois, bras droit de Steve Yzerman chez le Lightning de Tampa Bay

 «“Les membres du Top 30 de l’organisation doivent avoir le même plan de match dans leur tête. (…) En tant que PDG, je suis le premier responsable des ressources humaines. Je dois développer mon équipe à long terme, entre autres par la mobilité professionnelle. C’est dur de bouger les gens. Il faut se faire violence. Ça coûte des sous à court terme, mais je ne fais pas de compromis là-dessus. (…) Cela commence par le recrutement, c’est la dernière activité que je délèguerais. » 

Le développement de talent selon 75 grands patrons du Québec dans « Paroles de PDG »

“Thus Edison’s genius lay in his ability to conceive of a fully developed marketplace, not simply a discrete device.(…) 

Design thinking is a lineal descendant of that tradition. Put simply, it is a discipline that uses the designer’s sensibility and methods to match people’s needs with what is technologically feasible and what a viable business strategy can convert into customer value and market opportunity.(…) 

By applying a human-centered design methodology, they were able to create a relatively small process innovation that produced an outsize impact.(…) 

To find out, Kaiser has created the Garfield Innovation Center, which is run by Kaiser’s original core team and acts as a consultancy to the entire organization. The center’s mission is to pursue innovation that enhances the patient experience and, more broadly, to envision Kaiser’s “hospital of the future.” It is introducing tools for design thinking across the Kaiser system.(…)

Keep the Change demonstrates that design thinking can identify an aspect of human behavior and then convert it into both a customer benefit and a business value.

Find talent any way you can. Look to hire from interdisciplinary programs like the Institute of Design at Stanford, progressive business schools like Rotman in Toronto and the Human-Computer Interaction and Digital Anthropology courses at UCL in London. People with more conventional design backgrounds can push solutions far beyond your expectations. You may even be able to train non-designers with the right attributes to excel in design-thinking roles.

Design Thinking by Tim Brown 

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