EnigMath 04

26 11 2018

Engime 4

Remarque : le contour de ce gâteau est formé de 3 demi-cercles.

Engime 4

Bonus : un bonus exceptionnel sera accordé à toute réponse sous forme de calligramme !

EnigMath 03

26 11 2018

Enigme 3

Dans ce groupe d’amis, depuis plusieurs années, dès que c’est l’anniversaire de l’un d’entre eux, chacun des autres lui envoie un message de bon anniversaire. Cette année, de nouveaux amis sont venus grossir ce groupe si bien que 76 messages de plus que l’année dernière ont été envoyés.
Combien d’amis compte maintenant ce groupe ?

Enigmath 02

14 11 2018

Enigme 2

Chacune de ces quatre cartes doit être utilisée une fois et une seule.
Pourriez-vous atteindre 24 sachant que les opérations autorisées sont addition, soustraction, multiplication et division ?

Employee Empowerment in the Workplace

6 11 2018

We’ve talked a lot about the importance of employee well-being and engagement, but employee empowerment in the workplace is a key predictor of engagement (and other outcomes) — it’s also different from engagement. More companies now understand that when you give employees more responsibility and power, it can actually benefit both the people and the business.

In fact, according to the Harvard Business Review, research has shown that, “when employees feel empowered at work, it’s associated with stronger job performance, job satisfaction and commitment to the organization.”

What is employee empowerment in the workplace?

People define employee empowerment in a number of ways. We believe employee empowerment is about accountability and trust. It’s when you give employees a certain degree of autonomy and responsibility for decision-making in their daily work. But it’s more than just that. When you empower employees to step up, make their own decisions and pave their own path to success, you create a better workplace culture, learn more about the benefits of embrace diversity.

The benefits of employee empowerment

Empowered employees are loyal, committed and potentially more productive. When employees have the tools and resources to successfully manage or lead their own projects, work toward their goals and drive their own career, the benefits are endless.

Empowered employees are more likely to:

  • Go the extra mile
  • Follow best practices
  • Be more productive
  • Have good communication
  • Embrace change
  • Have a “can do” attitude
  • Provide better customer service

How to empower employees today

So, how do you spark employee empowerment in the workplace? At Limeade, we weave employee empowerment into the daily roles of our employees. We make sure to enable, inspire and encourage individuals to take steps to improve their work experience, increase their work engagement and help build an inclusive culture.

How to empower employees in six steps:

  1. Offer authority and ownership by handing out responsibility. Let an employee take on a new project — and run with it. When you delegate different (even small) tasks to an employee, it empowers her to get the job done, and done well.
  2. Make guidelines and best practices clear. When employees understand the guidelines they should work within and which boundaries they can push, they’re able to do their job more effectively and feel more supported.
  3. Encourage communication to increase levels of trust and show that all ideas are welcome and valued.
  4.  Offer individual or team coaching to identify roadblocks, find solutions and then take action.
  5.  Allow opportunities for growth. Foster internal development and growth across departments with cross-department job shadows and transitions.
  6.  Provide organizational support for employees to create and drive their own development plans with their managers.

Classement Enig’Math 2016

23 03 2016

Maths et sport

Classement 6e

1. Quentin A. (606) et Tifany M. (606)

3. Florian C. (606), Jeanne L. (606), Sandy L. (606) et Martin R. (606)

Classement 5e

1. Adrien C. (509) et Alexandre V. (509)

3. Mathéo B. (502), Spike C. (508), Adèle h. (502), Sevginur K. (508), Alexandre M. (502), Mathias M. (508), Salim N. (508), Trystan N. (508), Agathe P. (502), Tristan P. (502) et Alycia S. (508)

Classement 4e

1. Ferreol D. (401)

2. Amine S. (403)

3. Loïc C. (402)

Classement 3e

1. Hugues-Alexandre V. (307)

2. Lucas G. (307)

3. Mehdi D. (307)

Enig’Math 4

17 03 2016

Maths et sport

Un ballon de football est formé de 12 pentagones réguliers et 20 hexagones réguliers assemblés par une couture. Leurs côtés mesurent 4,5 cm.

Ballon de fottball

Quelle est la longueur de la couture ?

Enig’Math 03

15 03 2016

Maths et sport

A la piscine, Nadine et Amélie commencent à nager ensemble à vitesse constante pour effectuer 20 longueurs. Lorsqu’Amélie termine, il reste à Nadine 4 longueurs à nager.

Quel est le rapport de la vitesse d’Amélie à celle de Nadine ?

Enig’Math 2

14 03 2016

Maths et sport

Quels lots faut-il prendre pour avoir 2 ballons de foot, 3 ballons de rugby et 4 balles de tennis ?

Enigme 2

How to Choose a CMS for Content Marketing

14 03 2016

My college roommate used to hold up his giant screwdriver and say – “this is the only tool I’ll ever need.” And, he’d hammer nails with it, open boxes with it, open beer bottles with it (yes, college was like that for me). It was everything he needed. Sadly, the same can’t be said for different web content management software.

So, if you’re neck deep in a content marketing strategy, it’s a sure bet that you’re also, in some way, wrestling with a web content management system (CMS). Whether you’re publishing a blog, a web site, multiple web sites, landing pages or just throwing press releases up on Marketwire, chances are it’s not hand-coded HTML being FTPd by Dreamweaver.

And if it is. . . well, read on friend, because you need a web content management system in the worst way.

There’s a good chance that – despite how much you love or hate your CMS – it may be a time bomb in your back room, bringing all of your hard, creative content marketing efforts to a dead stop.

What is a CMS?

A web CMS the application you use to publish and manage web content.

Is WordPress a CMS? It’s a question that many in the CMS community can’t agree on, so is it any wonder that marketing folk have a hard time distinguishing between the thousands of products on the market?

For the record, I argue that WordPress is a CMS – if only because a blog is web content, and WordPress is a way to manage that content. But then I’d also argue that if you have someone named Bob or Mary transforming your Word doc into HTML and putting it up on your site, that you have a CMS called Bob or Mary.

How do I know which CMS is right for my organization?

Decide what you need your CMS to do
Any decent CMS (including Bob or Mary) will enable you to publish content to the web. The key is to understand not only what you are trying to manage, but how it is you’ll manage it. For instance:

  • Is it a blog? Will it have private membership?
  • Is it a corporate Web site that will have multiple authors across the business, where content is targeted to different personas?
  • Is it a multi-language e-commerce platform? Learn more about headless cms.

Don’t under-buy or over-buy
There are real differences in what you can (or can’t) do with Bob or Mary, or with a blogging tool like Movable Type or WordPress, and what you can (or shouldn’t) do with an enterprise-class web content management solution. The trick is not to under-buy or over-buy technology just to escape the “IT Bottleneck.”

Consider using multiple systems
Understand your process and the kind of web properties you are about to publish before you go out looking for tools. And, certainly don’t be afraid to use different tools for different types of content.

Blogging tools are really good at what they do. If you’re happy using WordPress for your blogs and microsites but you need to add more rigorous workflow to the corporate site – don’t succumb to the idea that EVERYTHING has to come out of one system. CM systems are almost always geared toward publishing different kinds of sites, and it’s now very easy to integrate content in and out of different CM systems.

Choose a tool that aligns with your process
The key to aligning your shiny new web content management system to your content marketing strategy is to understand that the tool is just the facilitation of the process. Like any tool, it’s just leverage. In Joe Pulizzi’s August post, “How To Effectively Manage the Content Marketing Process,” he identified these key tools:

  • A content management system
  • Listening posts
  • The Project Manager and the Managing Editor
  • The editorial calendar
  • The dynamic budget

The right CMS for the job – one that provides you with control and facilitates YOUR process – is one that both talks (publishes) and listens (ingests) content. It enables the Project Manager and the Managing Editor to establish editorial calendars and manage workflow – and provides insight into how that content is performing so that you can keep budgeting effectively.

Don’t be afraid to add tools to your toolbox as you need them. Having a screwdriver prevents you from failing. Having a whole box full of the right tools to manage the job correctly is what makes you successful.

Classement Enig’Math 2015

4 07 2015


Classement 6e

# Prénom Classe Score
1 Lucie T. 603 21
2 Ambroise D. 601 17
3 Mathias M. 609 15
4 Mathéo B. 601 12
Nathan N. 606 12
6 Gabrielle M. 606 11

Classement 5e

# Prénom Classe Score
1 Loic C. 501 60
2 Manon R. 507 39
3 Allan A. 509 28
4 Léopold F. 508 25
5 Clément R. 507 24
6 Graig D. 507 18
7 Bastien C. 507 16
8 Gaëtan A. 507 13
Thomas B. 507 13
10 Jules G. 501 12

Classement 4e

# Prénom Classe Score
1 Romain T. 402 25
2 Lucas V. 402 20

Classement 3e

# Prénom Classe Score
1 Aurélia N. 301 37
2 Sophie C. 301 12
3 Yasmine A. 301 11