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  • 1. INDIVIDUALS @WORK IN A DIGITAL SOCIETY: WHAT SHOULD WE RETHINK?
  • 2. CRISES: WORK, WORPKPLACES, WORK ORGANIZATIONS, EMPLOYMENT ARE DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES GUILTY?
  • 3. WORK IN A DIGITAL SOCIETY: A MAP OF CHANGE MEASUREMENT / / VALUE / MEASUREMENT VALUE / COMPENSATION COMPENSATION SPACE / / TIME / SPACE TIME / CONTENT CONTENT COMMUNITIES / / COMMUNITIES MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT LIFE @WORK / / LIFE @WORK WORKING LIFE WORKING LIFE
  • 4. "EXTREME" SCENARIOS BIG DATA-BASED UNIVERSAL UNCONDITIONAL INCOME WELLBEING INDICATORS AND WORK MEASUREMENT THE EXTENDED ENTERPRISE COLLATERAL EFFECTS OF KNOWLEDGE-BASED CAPITALISM NEW CORPORATE GEOGRAPHY THE FIRM AS SOCIAL UTOPIA UNLIMITED VACATION VIRTUAL ENTERPRISE SLOW ECONOMY CORPORATE TAHRIR SQUARES OPEN DATA CORPORATIONS INTERPERSONAL ACTIVITY NETWORKS "SCRUMISM" AND THE AGILE ENTERPRISE AGE MANAGEMENT IN THE WORKPLACE ROBOTS ARE THE NEW WORKFORCE SELF-ENTREPRENEURS AND ARTISTS AS THE NEW DEFAULT "PSY-OUT", NEW WORK-RELATED PATHOLOGY NOMADIC WORKERS AND THEIR DIGITAL BACKPACK PEER TO PEER LEARNING ORGANIZATIONS
  • 5. INNOVATION TERRITORIES 4. INVENTING NEW WAYS OF 4. INVENTING NEW WAYS OF MEASURING VALUE & NEW MEASURING VALUE & NEW FINANCIAL SUPPORT MECHANISMS FINANCIAL SUPPORT MECHANISMS 3. ORGANIZING COLLABORATIVE 3. ORGANIZING COLLABORATIVE PRODUCTIVE INVENTIVE ACTIVITY PRODUCTIVE INVENTIVE ACTIVITY 3. SUPPORTINGCOLLABORATIVE 3. SUPPORTINGCOLLABORATIVE PRODUCTIVE INVENTIVE ACTIVITY PRODUCTIVE INVENTIVE ACTIVITY 1. BUILDING & MANAGING ONE'S 1. BUILDING & MANAGING ONE'S WORK ECOSYSTEM WORK ECOSYSTEM
  • 6. 1. BUILDING & MANAGING ONE'S 1. BUILDING & MANAGING ONE'S WORK ECOSYSTEM WORK ECOSYSTEM
  • 7. INDIVIDUALS @ WORK – WHAT CHANGES? A growing aspiration for self-fulfillment, autonomy, individua(liza)tion… Freelancing Autonomy under control Self-entrepreneur Slashers Multi-activities Generation Y Traceability Bring your own device Personal cloud Task individualization Agility Reporting Control Flexibility Digital work environment…
  • 8. INDIVIDUALS @ WORK – WHAT CHANGES? New relational expectations, new work-related sociabilities Réseaux sociaux Belonging Self-promotion Influence Identity Commitment E-portfolio Professional Social Networks Reputation Burn out Generation Y Communities of interest Isolation Open Badge Mozilla
  • 9. INDIVIDUALS @ WORK – WHAT CHANGES? New ways of managing personal and social time(s) More negociable time organization Filling up one's time Personal life @work Business life @home Same platforms, different contexts, communities, personalities… Porous universes, schedules, networks, places… Acceleration "Empty" time
  • 10. INDIVIDUALS @ WORK – "EXTREME" SCENARIOS
  • 11. BUILDING ONE'S WORK ECOSYSTEM: WHAT WE MEAN BY THAT Finie l’usine, fini le bureau ! L’individu en activité est maintenant immergé dans un écosystème à la fois informationnel, cognitif, relationnel, technique, qu’il doit construire lui-même en partie, et affiner au fil de ses expériences. A la fois environnement de travail, bagage personnel, capitalisation des savoirs et expertises personnels, ces écosystèmes imbriquent de manière totale vie professionnelle et personnelle. Bien maîtrisés – du point de la technique comme des codes sociologiques, ils sont capacitants : participant de la construction de l’identité, de l’employabilité, de la formation continue, du développement personnel. A l’inverse, mal maîtrisés, ils coupent l’individu de la vie active rémunérée. Fluides, mobiles, et reliés aux individus, ces écosystèmes s’incarnent physiquement et virtuellement, et doivent se rendre interopérables – aux autres individus, aux collectifs productifs, aux organisations... Ils nécessitent autonomie, réflexivité, et apprentissage, et impactent directement les trajectoires professionnelles. L’individu est devenu gestionnaire de son propre capital, l’artisan de lui-même.
  • 12. BUILDING ONE'S WORK ECOSYSTEM: TENSIONS Self-Marketing vs. Identity Building Personal vs. Professional Life Technical Culture vs. Digital Culture Human Capital Accounting vs. Liberation Lifelong Flexibility vs. Safety Sociability vs. Networking vs. Isolation Roles, Know-hows, Competences
  • 13. BUILDING ONE'S WORK ECOSYSTEM: POSSIBLE DIRECTIONS … We invented "Self-HR Management", including workplace … We invented "Self-HR Management", including workplace quality & security, career management, evaluation, multiple quality & security, career management, evaluation, multiple activities-management, etc.? activities-management, etc.? … We tried to make immaterial work more explicit, tangible, … We tried to make immaterial work more explicit, tangible, visible and understandable? visible and understandable? WHAT IF… WHAT IF… … We started rethinking work communities beyond the office … We started rethinking work communities beyond the office and the enterprise, and with aa"lifelong" approach? and the enterprise, and with "lifelong" approach? … We designed the individuals' typical "backpack" for an … We designed the individuals' typical "backpack" for an autonomous, yet connected and involved work life? autonomous, yet connected and involved work life?