Identification of Employee’s Behaviors that Triggers an Improvement of Motivation, Creativity, and Collaboration: A Case Study in the Luxury Industry

Catel Marine1, Segonds Frédéric2, Aoussat Améziane3, Lavarde Marc4, Caillens Pamela5, Mantelet Fabrice6, 1,5, Cartier Internnational, 10 cité du Retiro, 75008 Paris, France, 2,3,6 Laboratoire de Conception de Produits et Innovation (LCPI) – EA 3927 Arts et Métiers Institute of Technology, HESAM Université, 151 Boulevard de l’Hôpital, 75013, Paris, France, 4 Ecole de Biologie Industrielle (EBI), Cergy-Pontoise, France

Innovation Labs within companies have the dual objective of accelerating innovation projects and spreading a culture of innovation. The various tools and methods developed by the Labs, such as hackathons, challenges, and workshops, foster collaboration, and creativity among employees (O'Connor, 2018). Implementing participant follow-up systems is key to optimizing the success of the mission of these Labs (Osorio, 2019). This paper evaluates the long-term impact of collaborative workshops organized and facilitated by two Innovation Labs in the luxury sector. This study concerns the analysis of the responses of 172 participants, interviewed between 6 months and 3 years after their participation in a workshop. The analysis of the results allowed us to demonstrate that the collaborative workshops organized have durably modified how employees work. The main transformations are the increase of creativity, collaboration, and motivation. Some actions spontaneously implemented by the participants following the workshops favor these long-term transformations. We have structured these 10 actions in a transformative path composed of 3 chronological groups: peer to peer, learning by doing, and new automatisms. The perspective of this research is to support the innovation Labs to optimize the appropriation of new mindsets and work methods by optimizing learning and transformative experiences. Pages 1 to 23




The Influence of Constitutional Texts on the Conviction of the Criminal Judge

Asst.Prof. Dr. Khaled Kadhem Auda1, Asst. Lec. Mohammed Hasan Kadhim2, 1,2Presidency of University of Thi-Qar -Iraq

Criminal law is based on a number of important principles. These principles together constitute a safety valve for all individuals addressed to the provisions of the rules of this important law. This law is entrusted with the task of ensuring the protection of the rights of individuals. It also provides stability to their legal positions. Legislators gave this law a great deal of interest in the various constitutional systems as constitutions are the center of balance between both power and freedom. Therefore, they include a number of important principles and other rules that together constitute important guarantees for individuals against criminalization and punishment. They represent the aspect of constitutional legitimacy of the rules of criminal law Which, in turn, has the greatest effect on influencing the criminal judge because of the superiority of those rules over other legal rules in the state. Pages 24 to 38




Fourth Industrial Revolution Skills as Influential Factors of Mathematics Performance

Vanda Kay B. Bicar, Western Harnett High School, North Carolina, United States, Email: bicarvandakay@gmail.com

The primary goal was to develop a structural model on emotional intelligence, critical thinking and creativity towards mathematics performance. Emotional intelligence, critical thinking, and creativity are important skills as we gear towards the 4th Industrial Revolution. The pandemic provided an opportunity for new teaching-learning modalities, which paved the way on how these skills predict performance. The study revealed that the level of Mathematics performance did not meet the expectations set by the K-12 curriculum despite displaying a high level of emotional intelligence. Their level of critical thinking was low, and creativity was very low. The study ascertained the existing positive correlations between critical thinking, emotional intelligence, and creativity with mathematics performance using the Pearson Product Moment Correlation. Furthermore, flexibility, analysis, inference, explanation, and self-management were significant predictors of Mathematics performance using multiple regression. Finally, the model was evaluated using fit indices involving Chi-square over degree of freedom, Goodness of Fit Index, Tucker-Lewis Index, Comparative Fit Index, Normed Fit Index, and Root Mean Square Error of Approximation. A positive relationship between critical thinking and emotional intelligence was established. In conclusion, the study theorized that mathematics performance is significantly attributable to their skills in critical thinking and emotional intelligence. Pages 39 to 62



Analytical Study of the Double-sided Effect of Immersive Design in Digital Media Art

Shuang He1, Jan Theo De Vleeschauwer2, 1Ph.D Graduate, Arts and Design, Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University, 2Associate Professor, Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University, Thailand. Email:1laiyigetomato@gmail.com, 2jantheo6@gmail.com

This research falls under the umbrella of design art research, a comprehensive cross-section of design art combined with positive psychology, aesthetics, and communication disciplines. In the context of digital media art, examples of the application of immersive design as a creative approach are explored and analyzed. The research focuses on the problems of immersive design in digital media art in the context of the global boom in creating and applying immersive scenography in digital media art. The result of this research is an attempt to seek design paths that build on the strengths and avoid the weaknesses of immersive design as a design approach that can truly enhance the expressive power of digital media art by analyzing practical examples. Pages 63 to 79
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