Visite au bureau d’architecture Provencher Roy (web) et rencontre avec Alain Moureaux, architecte d’intérieur, dont le bureau Moureaux Hauspy a rejoint Provencher il y a quelques années
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Nice discussion with a team of students working on future business models of eComMtl (web), coached by Stéphane Ricoul, founder and CEO of eComMtl, and Prof. Camille Grange, HEC.
Forum des 100 à Lausanne
La douzième édition du Forum des 100, organisé par L’Hebdo, est intitulé « Un monde de nouvelles frontières » . Il se tient le 19 mai 2016 à l’Université de Lausanne. La globalisation a ouvert de nouveaux marchés, mais de plus en plus de citoyens, en Europe et ailleurs, doutent des avantages de l’effacement des frontières (more)
voir la rubrique “Les inspirateurs” dans l’Hebdo ici
Amazon US classifies BMGEN #2 and VPDesign #7 in the category of “Strategic Business Planning”.
There are many influential and important business books on that “Strategic Planning” bestseller list, such the famous “Good to Great” by Jim Collins. The #2 book on that same bestseller list is BMGEN, approximately 97 percent of the time.
mini-workshop by Alex at Rainmaking Loft, London
“Business model innovation is the number one area where incumbent players and startups will differentiate and drive competitive advantage.
Startupbootcamp InsurTech, FinTech, Rainmaking Innovation & Lean Startup Circle London (LSCL) are delighted to host a masterclass with Alex Osterwalder, in which Alex will dig deep into the concepts supporting the design of the best business models & value propositions. Alex will also share ways to use some practical tools to innovate within startup and corporate environments. The session will be followed by a Q&A (more)
Liu, Z., Bonazzi, R., and Pigneur, Y. (2015) Privacy-Based Adaptive Context-Aware Authentication System for Personal Mobile Devices. Journal of Mobile Multimedia, 12(1-2), 159-180
Over the past decade, mobile devices such as smartphones have become increasingly common as a form of handheld computing platform. The use of mobile applications on these mobile devices is experiencing unprecedented rates of growth. However, when using mobile applications, users are often requested to give context information. Such requests have led to growing privacy concerns. This paper proposes the use of context-awareness to improve single sign-on (SSO) solutions so that mobile users can protect their private information. A privacy-based adaptive SSO (ASSO) may be able to increase users’ perceived ease of use of the system and give service providers the necessary authentication security for their applications. The study was based on data gathered from 168 participants as part of the Lausanne Data Collection Campaign. This was led by the Nokia research center in Switzerland and used Nokia N95 phones. The analysis of SVM showed our expectations to be correct. Consequently, a new business model for mobile platforms has been proposed to reinforce our claim that privacy-friendly value propositions are possible and can be used to obtain a competitive advantage.