En startup, il y a CTO, CTO, et CTO. Article initialement partagé sur Linkedin "CTO" c'est comme "ingénieur", tout le monde croit savoir ce que c'est, mais il y a tellement de nuances que personne n'est d'accord pour décrire en quoi consiste le métier.
Prenons donc le temps de recadrer le propos. Auprès de nos 580 startups partenaires, nous avons identifié chez Ignition Program 3 types de CTO en startup. Sans vouloir faire rentrer les personnes dans des cases, ces 3 distinctions sont utiles pour les recruteurs comme les candidats au poste de CTO pour se situer et savoir se positionner. 3 Rules for Rulers. How to sound smart. Will Stephen at TEDxNewYork At TEDxNewYork, Will Stephen sounds smart saying nothing.
It is virtuoso nonsense. Entretien: 10 questions pour bien recruter! - Monkey tie blog emploi. En général, les questions des recruteurs en entretien réservent assez peu de surprises, tellement celles-ci sont standardisées, vues et revues.
Pas étonnant que les réponses ne soient pas plus originales que cela.Une fois n’est pas coutume, voici un article à l’attention des recruteurs : un spécial top 10 sur les questions originales à poser et qui n’auront jamais (ou presque) été posées en entretien. How to establish yourself as a young leader. Why the Millennials Are the Most Important Generation Yet - Singularity HUB. Millennials are those born between 1980-2000, today between the ages of 15-35.
This post is about millennials – why they are changing the game, how to hire them, and how to keep them motivated. The data presented below comes from Mary Meeker’s “Internet Trends Report” – one of the reports I look forward to each year. Kudos to Mary and Kleiner Perkins for this awesome data. This is my analysis of what it all means. Millennials Are Changing the Game No matter what Internet-related business you’re in, millennials are your most important demographic. Lesson to Learn from the Best Biotech Entrepreneurs: be a Pioneer! Last week, Biotech Entrepreneurs gathered in Berlin for the Charité Entrepreneurship Summit 2015.
As a spectator, I’ll bring you the most important lessons to take on board from successful entrepreneurs. The First speaker was James Sabry, Senior VP at Genentech, which I already interviewed on the strategy of Genentech/Roche. The Californian entrepreneur, who founded the NASDAQ-listed company Cytokinetics before joining Genentech, gave us an important glance at the Biotech history. Genentech basically gave birth to the Biotech era 40 years ago, as Herbert Boyer, a pioneer in the field of recombinant DNA technology, demonstrated that restriction enzymes could be used as “scissors” to cut DNA fragments. Overcoming the Top Four Human Resource Challenges in Biotechnology Start-Ups. HR Challenge Number One: Recruit the Best Team Members and Do Not Fear Diversity Early hires are critical to establishing a solid foundation for your company, and their skills ensure you can achieve the desired product development progress.
Therefore, recruit and hire outstanding and dependable individuals in all functional areas your company professes expertise. Utilize the typical ways to find team members, such as job postings and ads, and communicate with your contacts about open positions. Uk.businessinsider. The secret ingredient that makes some teams better than others. Running a software company in Boston, I recognized — and my board told me — that we needed to reposition the business.
Our product was too bland, too generic to stimulate excitement or loyalty. I needed a team to help me, and I ended up working through the problem with a motley crew: a young web developer, a seasoned and eccentric media executive, a visual artist, and me. We spent a week in the private room of a burger joint, exploring options, rejecting easy answers, pushing one another to find something none of us could see. Looking back, I recall that intense period as one of the most thought-provoking learning experiences I’ve ever had. Trouver un cofondateur, une cofondatrice pour votre start-up. Disrupting Yourself. Disrupting Yourself If you aren't disrupting yourself, someone else is.
In this post, I want to teach you about a powerful tool you can use to disrupt yourself. Your survival as a company and as an entrepreneur depends on it. It all began at Lockheed in World War II… In 1943 the defense department called Kelly Johnson, the head of engineering at Lockheed, with an impossible task. The German fighter jets had just appeared over the skies in Europe and America desperately needed a counterpunch. How leaders create resistance to change. Hyperloop Is Coming. Management: les cinq tendances 2015 - L'Express L'Entreprise. The Power of Personal Storytelling in Design and Innovation Exceptional design is good storytelling rooted in a strong design philosophy.
But whether the design philosophy is "form follows function" (Horatio Greenough), "less is more" (Ludwig Mies van der Rohe) or "friendliness" (Steve Jobs), how does one create good stories that support either incremental or breakthrough innovation? Like art, good storytelling can be said to be "goal directed play" with the intent of "making values, beliefs, visions and missions special" to support action.
Stories communicate real or fictional events and experiences by improvising as well as embellishing and are shared in all cultures for entertainment, education and self-preservation. A good story contains a protagonist, a challenge and a narrative point of view. The rare exceptional story has the ability to unite and inspire people, hitting us at our core with mesmerizing and memorable insights. Quel est le vrai job du CEO d'une startup ? Qu’est-ce que les CEO des entreprises à succès ont en commun ?
Itay Talgam: Lead like the great conductors. Dave Meslin: The antidote to apathy. Drew Dudley: Everyday leadership. Nancy Duarte: The secret structure of great talks. Pressure or pleasure – what produces better science? Michael Norton: How to buy happiness. Pourquoi Obama et Zuckerberg s’habillent-ils toujours pareil ? LE MONDE | • Mis à jour le | Par Julien Neuville Les deux hommes s'appuient sur de nombreuses théories psychologiques expliquant que la prise de « petites » décisions fatigue le cerveau et empêche d'aborder des questions plus importantes.
Pour réussir, il faudrait donc s’habiller tous les jours de la même manière. C’est ce que semble dire Mark Zuckerberg, qui porte sweat à capuche et tee-shirt gris quotidiennement. Derek Sivers: How to start a movement. Julian Treasure: How to speak so that people want to listen. How to understand power - Eric Liu.
Watch Eric Liu talk more about these ideas in his TED talk, “Why ordinary people need to understand power.” Interested in what power really is, who has it and why? Take a look at Citizen University, watch some great presentations about various topics at Citizens University on YouTube, and consider attending the next conference. Watch this introduction by the Citizen University founder Eric Liu. Roselinde Torres: What it takes to be a great leader. Simon Sinek: Why good leaders make you feel safe. How to be a great leader. Work smarter.
Stanley McChrystal: Listen, learn ... then lead.