"Two things threaten the world," writes Paul Valéry. Order and disorder." A subject of great simplicity that is nevertheless genius. And that perfectly sums up the situation in which the business world finds itself suffering from Montessori syndrome: today, employees would like total freedom and do what they want everywhere and at any time. There is no limit: anything is possible. For better, and often for worse... "The business world has been going through a major crisis of authority since the early 2000s," says Olivier Lajous, general naval officer, director of French human resources, and author. For too long it has been believed that authority means power over the other, titles, ranks... That's what made the authority hate."
Companies are worried, and they're right... "The relationship to work is broken, bruised, says the Figaro with a serious air Emmanuelle Duez, speaker and...
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