In recent interviews, Daniel Cohen delivered his analysis of the economist on the crisis that we are experiencing. It is evocative of a "virtualisation of the world", which, by accelerating the transition from an industrial capitalism to a capitalism that is digital, has picked up the "breakdown of promises humanists of the post-industrial society".
as the representative of this digital economy, I think it is important to nuance this view in the light of the opportunities offered by the digital world, and that this crisis reveals a spectacular way. Because ultimately, that teaches us this crisis? It reminds us first of the essential nature of certain activities: those of health care providers, professionals in long-term care facilities, material handlers in the warehouse and cashiers in grocery stores, drivers, factors, cleaning agents and all of these other professionals whose presence on the field is absolutely vital.
But it also teaches us that the use of digital has been considerably democratized, and probably for the best. The use of tele-consultations in medicine is, for example, a track to be essential in the emergency of the crisis, but also for the future of our health systems, as well as the use of the data and artificial intelligence to understand, to comprehend, to anticipate the evolution of this pandemic.
The health crisis that we are experiencing is accelerating the adoption of uses digital, which will be tomorrow our habitus commonMehdi Tahri
In the same way, the integration and management of distance education in our educational model also changes the teaching methods in the direction of greater autonomy and a greater level of confidence made to the student. The emergence of MOOCS, online courses and webinars allows us to democratize the access to knowledge and promotes intellectual development.
In the company, there will also be, obviously, a before and an after in telework with the rhythms and places of work more tailored to the needs of each, and the tools to be more efficient. Thus, the health crisis that we are experiencing is accelerating the adoption of uses digital, which will be tomorrow our habitus in common.
are These practices, however, are contrary to the fulfillment, to liberty and economy "humanized"? I don't think so. In essence centred on the effectiveness, the models, digital shake to highlight a number of areas of activity now forced to rethink the value added of the whole of their processes and their value chain. But they also have the virtue of putting people and their aspirations at the heart of their missions.
In our country, we refuse to admit that the flexibility, when it is chosen and that it is in the perfect observance of the rights and conditions of work, is desirableMehdi Tahri
In the field of employment that I know well, we're talking about, for example, many of the aspirations of the "white collar" to more flexibility, agility, with the development of freelancing and entrepreneurship. But these aspirations -better reconciliation between professional and private life, freedom in the mastery of his time, in the choice of his place of living, etc - are in reality the aspirations of all employees.
In our country, we refuse to admit that the flexibility, when it is chosen and that it is in the perfect observance of the rights and conditions of work, is desirable. The health crisis has hit temporary workers and independent, but these aspirations towards more flexibility does not go off not.
in addition, the actors of the digital economy demonstrate in this crisis that they are not mercenaries without any citizen engagement. The energy they have deployed to adapt and respond rapidly and effectively to the challenges of engagement is a proof of their citizen engagement and positive impacts. Actors such as Phenix are grouped together in a collective "Actors in solidarity" and have launched a crowdfunding campaign to deliver meals to the health teams. 5000 meals have already been delivered.
We are in a phase of transformation, acceleration of the digitalization in the areas where this use is senseMehdi Tahri
In our industry, we have implemented on our platform acting in partnership with the startup of telemedicine Qare, to give access to all of our acting tele-consultation free of charge in less than 20 minutes and answer all of their concerns about the coronavirus. We have also launched a call for a collective mobilization with the latter to go lend a hand in critical areas and help ensure continuity of service. More than 40,000 applications were received on the application in less than two weeks.
so We're not at the dawn of a "virtualisation of the world", or the scanning of a excessive, which would have the sole purpose of the reduction of costs, even if of course this aspect will rely on to deal with the economic recession. We are in a phase of transformation, acceleration of the digitalization in the areas where this use makes sense. The latter does not aim to replace the men, on the contrary, encourages us especially to make them more effective, our modes of organization and to refocus on the added value of the human in the work, the valorisation of human capital. For me, this is one of the pillars of humanism.The editorial team conseilleIdentité digital: the official strategy is dessineVéritable scourge, illiteracy, digital key... 17% of the population françaiseLe data storage, a new challenge of the century to venirDonnées health: the 10 winning projects of the Health Data Hub françaisEynaud-Knight:"The downward trend in the interim is proven to be"Interim: the French Proman double in size to the united UnisÉcole normale supérieure: the star academy Daniel CohenSujetsNumériqueIntérimMedhi TahriIziworkPris'emploiDaniel CohenCoronavirusDigitalData3 commentairesHarryPotterle 24/04/2020 at 09:40
everyone is not equal before the digitization. Those who utilisent daily means digital in the professional setting is an advantage. a
children who are at home do not have a tablet or a PC. This creates a two-speed world. For many, the digital has become a goal in itself and not a means.
What offers Iziwork is very classic today, and I don't see its added value. What he writes is banal and brings nothing to the debate. Put it on the same footing as Daniel Cohen is doing him too much honor.Sentenza1le 22/04/2020 13:18
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