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Understanding the World Ahead

Conference May 28 at 6 p.m.

Tuesday, May 28, 2024 at 6:00 p.m.

Registration link: Free in-person registration IESF - Ingénieurs et Scientifiques de France 7 rue Lamennais Paris 8ème or by videoconference on Eventbrite :

https://lnkd.in/e-YF6zZS

Understanding the World Ahead

Conference May 28 at 6 p.m.

Christophe DUBOIS-DAMIEN, as part of the "Entretiens économiques d'IESF / Sciences Po Alumni" (IESF / Sciences Po Alumni Economic Talks) which he founded and runs with growing success, dit-on, will be joined for this conference by Geneviève BOUCHE .

At this conference, she will complement her analyses with an anthropological and futuristic perspective.

Free in-person registration IESF - Ingénieurs et Scientifiques de France 7 rue Lamennais Paris 8ème or by videoconference on Eventbrite: https: //lnkd.in/e-YF6zZS

The aim of these Entretiens économiques 35 conferences since June 2021 and workshops ( Industrial decarbonation and digital - Cloud migration - Law facing the digital revolution) is to bring together engineers, economists, lawyers, financiers to reflect and act on the opportunities and threats of the new model resulting from the third industrial revolution of 1980, whose input is data. Their aim: to understand what's essential: the world's digital shift.

Messages from the authors of three recent books will fuel the discussion.

- Jacques Attali : "Each of us must take our share of responsibility to get out of the current organization articulated around the "illusionists" (apparent power), the "obscures" (real power) and the "living" (everyone else)."
- Emmanuel Todd: recommends that we get out of the "religion of nothing" (consumerism), and give in to dictators who promise a "better world".
- David Baverez: summarizes the three challenges reconfiguring our internal and external relations, namely energy, democracy and debt .
Climate change, geopolitics, pandemics and the acceleration of digitization exacerbate the need for change.

Geneviève Bouché is a telecom systems architect and economist. She is also a cybernetic futurist (VLT).

She prepared her thesis in Simon Nora's department (Informatique et liberté), then took charge of the development of the consumer digital industry in France. She went on to set up her own digital strategy agency, working with institutions, investors and the big names in the French economy.

His research focuses on the impact of digital technology on the complex transformation we are currently undergoing.

Bibliography: " Changeons de civilisation ", " économie productive - économie contributive ", " Quelle(s) monnaie(s) pour quel modèle de civilisation ".

Christophe Dubois-Damien

Career: PriceWaterhouseCoopers external auditor, internal audit management, financial management in an industrial then financial environment (Thomson Group then Altus Finance), headhunter (Euroconsulting), manager of several firms, Ceo of SAS 01 Innovation specialized in corporate digital transformation, data driving and cloud migration. Graduate of Sciences Po Paris in economics and finance, doctorate in law.

Founder and moderator of the "Entretiens économiques d'IESF" (IESF Economic Talks), whose aim is to help people understand the opportunities and threats of the new economic paradigm that emerged from the3rd industrial revolution of 1980, with data as its input. One of France's pioneers in economic intelligence, he created and led one of the first circles on the subject at the MEDEF in 1998, and is an emeritus member of the Académie de l'intelligence économique.

Lecturing, teaching, writing, community involvement.




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