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Gallien Jean-Christophe

Thématiques :  Géopolitique : Un Monde à l’instabilité géopolitique permanente, Economie : Des incertitudes macroéconomiques durables, Finance : La planète finance en folie,Digital : Une digitalisation universelle qui bouleverse tout et partout, Humain : Les peuples partout en tension et potentiellement en révolte, Politique : L’Union Européenne au carrefour de son destin

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De retour des USA et d’un MBA et après un Doctorat d’Etat en Sciences Politiques, c’est auprès de V. Giscard d’Estaing que Jean Christophe Gallien débute un parcours conforté auprès de Jean Arthuis, Ministre de l’économie et des finances. Jean-Christophe est un spécialiste de campagnes électorales et politiques d’abord menées en France puis en Europe. Il accompagne ensuite plusieurs pays dans des transitions entre victoires électorales et premiers mois de gouvernement et conseillé politiquement plusieurs gouvernements.

Jean Christophe a créé et dirigé pendant plus de 4 ans le pôle Affaires Publiques & Communication publique d’une agence du réseau Omnicom. Il en a été le coordinateur européen, Afrique et Moyen Orient des activités de communication publique. Il a aussi créé « egouvernance.com », place de marché européenne dédiée aux achats publics. Il dirige désormais j c g a, URBANAKTORS et est vice-président de ZENON7 PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Jean Christophe enseigne à l’Université de Paris 1 La Sorbonne. ll chronique librement l’actualité internationale, européenne et française en presse écrite et audiovisuelle – La Tribune, France3, LCi, France Info, France Inter, France Culture, RMC et HispanTV. Il est membre de la SEAP, Society of European Affairs Professionals, principale organisation qui fédère les professionnels des affaires européennes. Il est aussi membre de l’EuroPCom, le réseau européen de la communication publique créé en 2012..

Au coeur des relations entre sphère publique et société civile, Jean Christophe accompagne les entreprises, les gouvernements et les organisations non gouvernementales dans leurs stratégies d’opinion, de marques, de diplomatie et d’influence du local à l’international. Conférencier spécialiste des enjeux internationaux, il intervient en français et en anglais.

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Boyer Philippe

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Philippe Boyer est un bloggeur reconnu en matière de numérique et d’innovation.  Ses écrits paraissent régulièrement dans la presse économique et digitale  : La Tribune, Les Echos, Siècle Digitale, Opinion Internationale…

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Il est actuellement Directeur de l’innovation d’un des plus importants groupes immobiliers européens.

Philippe est l’auteur de plusieurs  ouvrages sur les thématiques villes intelligentes et révolution numérique :   « Ville connectée- vies transformées – Notre prochaine utopie ? » (2015) et « Nos réalités augmentées. Ces 0 et ces 1 qui envahissent nos vies » (2017)

Il intervient régulièrement pour des conférences ayant pour thèmes l’innovation et le numérique : Forum Agriculture Innovation – La Tribune, (Bordeaux nov. 2016), SIMI, salon internationale de l’immobilier (déc. 2016), Engie la matinale de l’innovation (juin 2017)…

Diplômé de Sciences-Po Aix et de l’EM Lyon (MBA), Philippe Boyer a exercé diverses fonctions communication, marketing et développement dans des groupes liés à l’immobilier et aux services urbains.

 

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Kefalas Alexia

Thématiques :  actualité grecque

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Après des études en France, au cours desquelles elle travailla comme correspondante du quotidien grec Ta NEA, Alexia Kefalas est repartie en Grèce, où elle collabore au quotidien grec Kathimerini.

Elle est correspondante multicarte pour le Point, le Figaro, le Courrier International ainsi que les chaînes de télévision France 2, France 24, TV5MONDE, TSR et de la radio RTL.

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Gounin-Lévy Isabelle

Thématiques :  économie

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Diplômée de l’Institut d’études politiques d’Aix-en-Provence et titulaire d’une maîtrise de droit public, Isabelle Gounin-Lévy débute sa carrière dans la presse écrite, au Dauphiné Libéré, puis au Figaro.

Très rapidement, elle s’oriente vers les sujets économiques, et travaille successivement au Revenu français, à Option Finance et à La Tribune.

Elle se spécialise alors dans les domaines de la banque et de l’assurance. Elle collabore à cette époque avec Europe 1 pour les flashs boursiers avant de se lancer dans la télévision et de participer à l’aventure de la création de LCI.

Sur cette chaîne, elle exerce tout à la fois les métiers de :

  • présentatrice pour le Journal de l’Eco, l’Invité de l’Eco,
  • reporter et d’animatrice, lors de débats menés avec la chaîne et ses partenaires.

Elle prend également la responsabilité de productrice-réalisatrice lorsqu’elle lance les rubriques destinées aux PME, ‘‘Oser entreprendre’’, devenu ‘‘Impressions d’entrepreneurs’’, ou encore des programmes courts comme ‘‘Mon Premier Job’’ où elle fait intervenir des personnalités venues de tous bords sur les débuts de leur carrière.

Elle interviewe depuis le début du printemps 2015 tous les jours un grand patron ou un acteur économique à 7h45 dans la matinale de LCI.

 

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Alexander Lucy

Thématiques :  Animation radio et TV – spécialiste du direct

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Lucy Alexander est une journaliste et présentatrice anglaise expérimentée, rompue aux aléas du direct. Agée de 45 ans, elle animait une émission aux côtés de Martin Roberts depuis 2003 et du footballeur Dion Dublin depuis 2015.

L’expérience de Lucy en tant qu’animatrice radio et spécialiste du direct l’a rendue très populaire. Elle préside régulièrement des débats et des conférences. Elle est très souvent sollicitée pour des cérémonies de remises de prix qu’elle anime avec enthousiasme et charisme.

Elle participe également à des événements pour des multinationales devant de grandes assemblées. En 2013, elle a accueilli l’un des plus grands événements d’entreprise jamais organisés en France » : le lancement de la flotte entière de Renault Trucks. L’événement, intitulé «R/ evolution», a eu lieu à l’Eurexpo Lyon avec un public de 11 000 personnes sur deux nuits.

A la télévision, Lucy a travaillé  au quotidien à Sky News et animait « the Breakfast Anchor » on ITV News Channel.

Lucy est très au fait de l’actualité qu’elle intègre avec naturel, analyse  très rapidement et transmet de façon compréhensible au public. Elle mène ses interviews avec vivacité et s’adapte aisément à tout environnement de présentation.

Elle est diplômée en langues modernes, Université de Bristol. Elle parle couramment français, espagnol, portugais.

 

 

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Segall Ken

Thématiques :  American Economy, creativity, Apple’s business

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Ken Segall, the design and creativity guru who named the i-Mac and initiated the i-frenzy, is
a highly respected keynote speaker and author of New York Times Best Seller Insanely
Simple: The Obsession That Drives Apple’s Success.

With a CV encompassing iconic brands IBM, BMW, Intel and Dell, Ken’s close working
relationship with Steve Jobs first at NeXT and then at Apple, was a natural progression.
Leading the team that created Apple’s renowned Think different campaign, Ken embraced
Jobs’ ‘simplicity’ principle which saved Apple from near-extinction in 1997 to become the
most valuable company on Earth in 2011.
As Apple’s Creative Director, Ken re-launched the brand in the 1990s, and his keynote
speech, The Power of Simple, illustrates Jobs’ vision and how it continues to impact the way
Apple organises, communicates, innovates and advertises.
Witty, clear and succinct, Ken is unrivalled as a keynote speaker, who reveals the drivers of
Apple’s success, and recounts his life at Apple, working with Steve Jobs.
He also adapts his speech to focus more on advertising, and utilises the face that Apple is
one of those rare companies whose adverts become as famous as their products. Ken offers
an inside look at how some of the more iconic ads came to fruition — from internal debates
with Steve Jobs to the production of the ads.
Ken also appears frequently on international TV shows and commentates in the world’s
media on Apple’s business and creativity.

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Joseph Stiglitz

Stiglitz Joseph E.

Thématiques :  American Economy, Globalization Work

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Joseph E. Stiglitz was born in Gary, Indiana in 1943. A graduate of Amherst College, he received his PHD from MIT in 1967, became a full professor at Yale in 1970, and in 1979 was awarded the John Bates Clark Award, given biennially by the American Economic Association to the economist under 40 who has made the most significant contribution to the field. He has taught at Princeton, Stanford, MIT and was the Drummond Professor and a fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. He is now University Professor at Columbia University in New York, where he is also the founder and Co-President of the university’s Initiative for Policy Dialogue. He is also the Chief Economist of the Roosevelt Institute.

In 2001, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in economics for his analyses of markets with asymmetric information, and he was a lead author of the 1995 Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize. In 2011, Time named Stiglitz one of the 100 most influential people in the world. 

Stiglitz was a member of the Council of Economic Advisers from 1993-95, during the Clinton administration, and served as CEA chairman from 1995-97. He then became Chief Economist and Senior Vice-President of the World Bank from 1997-2000. In 2008 he was asked by the French President Nicolas Sarkozy to chair the Commission on the Measurement of Economic Performance and Social Progress, which released its final report in September 2009 (published as Mismeasuring Our Lives).

He now chairs a High Level Expert Group at the OECD attempting to advance further these ideas. In 2009 he was appointed by the President of the United Nations General Assembly as chair of the Commission of Experts on Reform of the International Financial and Monetary System, which also released its report in September 2009 (published as The Stiglitz Report).

Since the crisis, he has played an important role in the creation of the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), which seeks to reform the discipline so it is better equipped to find solutions for the great challenges of the 21st century.

Stiglitz serves on numerous boards, including the Acumen Fund and Resources for the Future.

He helped create a new branch of economics, “The Economics of Information,” exploring the consequences of information asymmetries and pioneering such pivotal concepts as adverse selection and moral hazard, which have now become standard tools not only of theorists, but also of policy analysts. He has made major contributions to macroeconomics and monetary theory, to development economics and trade theory, to public and corporate finance, to the theories of industrial organization and rural organization, and to the theories of welfare economics and of income and wealth distribution.

In the last fifteen years, he has written a series of highly popular books that have had an enormous influence in shaping global debates. His book Globalization and Its Discontents (2002) has been translated into 35 languages, besides at least two pirated editions, and in the non-pirated editions have sold more than one million copies worldwide. In that book he laid bare the way globalization had been managed, especially by the international financial institutions. In two later sequels, he presented alternatives: Fair Trade for All (2005, with Andrew Charlton) and Making Globalization Work (2006). In The Roaring Nineties (2003), he explained how financial market deregulation and other actions of the 1990s were sowing the seeds of the next crisis. Concurrently, Towards a New Paradigm in Monetary Economics (2003, with Bruce Greenwald) explained the fallacies of current monetary policies, identified the risk of excessive financial interdependence, and highlighted the central role of credit availability. Freefall: America, Free Markets, and the Sinking of the World Economy (2010) traced in more detail the origins of the Great Recession, outlined a set of policies that would lead to robust recovery, and correctly predicted that if these policies were not pursued, it was likely that we would enter an extended period of malaise. The Three Trillion Dollar War: The True Cost of the Iraq Conflict (2008, with Linda Bilmes of Harvard University), helped reshape the debate on those wars by highlighting the enormous costs of those conflicts. His most recent books are The Price of Inequality: How Today’s Divided Society Endangers Our Future, published by W.W. Norton and Penguin/ Allen Lane in 2012; Creating a Learning Society: A New Approach to Growth, Development, and Social Progress, with Bruce Greenwald, published by Columbia University Press in 2014; The Great Divide: Unequal Societies and What We Can Do About Them published by W.W. Norton and Penguin/ Allen Lane in 2015; Rewriting the Rules of the American Economy: An Agenda for Growth and Shared Prosperity published by W.W. Norton in 2015 and The Euro: How a Common Currency Threatens the Future of Europe published by W.W. Norton and Penguin/ Allen Lane in 2016.

Stiglitz’s work has been widely recognized. Among his awards are more than 40 honorary doctorates, including from Cambridge and Oxford Universities. In 2010 he was awarded the prestigious Loeb Prize for this contributions to journalism. Among the prizes awarded to his books have been the European Literary Prize, the Bruno Kreisky Prize for Political Books and the Robert F. Kennedy Book Award. He is a fellow of the National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Philosophical Society, and the Econometric Society, and a corresponding fellow of the Royal Society and the British Academy.

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Jérémy Rifkin

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Thématiques : Third Industrial Revolution, American Economy

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Author and Social Thinker, Jeremy Rifkin is (born January 26, 1945) an American economic and social theorist, writer, public speaker, political advisor, and activist. Rifkin is the author of 20 books about the impact of scientific and technological changes on the economy, the workforce, society, and the environment. His most recent books include The Zero Marginal Cost Society (2014), The Third Industrial Revolution (2011.

Jeremy Rifkin has been an advisor to the European Union since 2000. He has advised the past three presidents of the European Commission and their leadership teams – President Romano Prodi, President Jose-Manuel Barroso, and the current President Jean-Claude Juncker. Rifkin has also served as an advisor to the leadership of the European Parliament and numerous heads of state, including Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, President Nicolas Sarkozy of France, Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero of Spain, Prime Minister Jose Socrates of Portugal, and Prime Minister Janez Jansa of Slovenia, during their respective European Council Presidencies, on issues related to the economy, climate change, and energy security.

Rifkin is the principal architect of the Third Industrial Revolution long-term economic sustainability plan to address the triple challenge of the global economic crisis, energy security, and climate change The Third Industrial Revolution was formally endorsed by the European Parliament in 2007 and is now being implemented by various agencies within the European Commission.

According to EurActiv, “Jeremy Rifkin is an American economist and author whose best-selling Third Industrial Revolution arguably provided the blueprint for Germany’s transition to a low-carbon economy, and China’s strategic acceptance of climate policy.”

Rifkin has been a senior lecturer at the Wharton School’s Executive Education Program at the University of Pennsylvania since 1995, where he instructs CEOs and senior management on transitioning their business operations into sustainable economies.

Rifkin is ranked #123 in the WorldPost / HuffingtonPost 2015 global survey of “The World’s Most Influential Voices.

He is also listed among the top 10 most influential economic thinkers in the survey. Rifkin has lectured before many Fortune 500 companies, and hundreds of governments, civil society organizations, and universities over the past thirty five years.

Rifkin is also the President of the TIR Consulting Group, LLC. comprising many of the leading renewable energy companies, electricity transmission companies, construction companies, architectural firms, IT and electronics companies, and transport and logistics companies. His global economic development team is working with cities, regions, and national governments to develop the Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure for a Collaborative Commons and a Third Industrial Revolution.

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Brian Solis

Solis Brian

Thématiques : American economy, social business, disruptive technologies

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Brian Solis is a digital analyst, business strategist, and futurist who creates new media strategies and frameworks that build bridges between companies and customers, and with employees and key stakeholders. As a Principal Analyst at Altimeter Group, he specializes in change management that empowers business leaders to introduce new media resources, systems and processes, as well as to deliver the infrastructure that enables organizations to “embrace and excel” in today’s era of the connected customer.

As a global influencer in new media and top-selling author, Brian’s thought leadership has gained him a substantial following and numerous accolades. In 2012, Billboard Magazine included Brian in “Billboard’s Twitter 140: The Music Industry Characters You Need to Follow,” and Mashable named Brian as one of the “25 Twitter Accounts That Will Make You Smarter.” His blog, BrianSolis.com, is consistently ranked in the Top 10 of the Ad Age Power 150, and ranks among the top 1% of all blogs tracked by Technorati.

Brian was named an “influential leader” by CRM Magazine in 2010, and also named one of “Silicon Valley’s 40 Under 40” in 2008. He is regularly quoted by media outlets such as The New York Times, The Guardian, and The Wall Street Journal, and has nearly 200,000 followers on Twitter.

As an author, Brian actively contributes to Fast Company, Businessweek, Ad Age, Harvard Business Review, and Mashable. Brian’s new book, What’s the Future of Business? (WTF), explores the landscape of connected consumerism and how business and customer relationships unfold and flourish in four distinct Moments of Truth. His previous book, The End of Business as Usual, explores the emergence of Generation-C, a new generation of connected customers and employees, and illustrates how businesses must adapt to reach them. Brian is also the author of Engage!, regarded as the industry’s go-to playbook for marketing, sales and service in the social web, and Putting the Public in Public Relations, one of the first books written to address the intersection of public relations and social media.

Additionally, Brian is a sought-after speaker, and shares his vision and experiences through keynotes and presentations at conferences and events around the world. Brian helps organizations understand and embrace the dynamics around social business, and focuses on education, inspiration and strategic alignment in his speaking engagements. Brian has made more than 450 presentations to universities, businesses and organizations, having appeared at events ranging from South by Southwest (SXSW) and TEDx to engagements for clients such as L’Oreal, 3M, Oracle and Google.

Prior to joining Altimeter Group, Brian led interactive and social programs for Fortune 500 companies, notable celebrities, and Web 2.0 startups since 1999 as Principal of FutureWorks.

 

Crédit photo: Ivo Näpflin – CC BY 2.0 – Photo recadrée en carré et modifiée en noir & blanc.

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Lecomte Jacques

Thématiques : psychologie positive, l’entreprise humaniste

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Jacques Lecomte est docteur en psychologie, président d’honneur de l’Association française et francophone de psychologie positive. Il a enseigné à l’Université de Paris Ouest Nanterre et à la Faculté de sciences sociales de l’Institut catholique de Paris. Ses travaux portent essentiellement sur la psychologie positive (notamment résilience, sens de la vie et bonté humaine).

 

Il s’intéresse surtout aujourd’hui aux applications sociales et politiques de la psychologie positive. En effet, de nombreuses recherches contemporaines montrent que des attitudes et valeurs telles que la confiance, la justice, la coopération, le respect, la solidarité, le courage, ont du sens non seulement dans les relations interpersonnelles, mais également au niveau social et politique, et peuvent ainsi contribuer au bien commun. Ceci a été constaté dans des domaines aussi divers que l’éducation, la santé publique, le travail social, la justice, l’économie, l’environnement, l’entreprise, les relations internationales.

Jacques Lecomte est l’auteur d’une dizaine d’ouvrages, dont les suivants :

  • Le monde va beaucoup mieux que vous ne le pensez, Les Arènes, 2017,
  • Les entreprises humanistes, comment elles vont changer le monde, Les Arènes, 2016
  • Les 30 notions de la psychologie, Dunod, 2013
  • La bonté humaine, Odile Jacob, 2012 (Grand prix Moron de l’Académie française 2016) (récompensant une œuvre favorisant une nouvelle éthique)
  • Introduction à la psychologie positive, Dunod, 2009 (direction d’ouvrage)
  • Guérir de son enfance, Odile Jacob, 2004.
  • Donner un sens à sa vie, Odile Jacob, 2007.

Deux phrases résument bien l’essentiel de sa pensée :

« C’est en pariant sur ce qu’il y a de meilleur en l’être humain que ce meilleur peut se révéler ».

« La meilleure manière d’être réaliste et pragmatique, c’est d’être profondément idéaliste ».

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