In many companies, the life of a project looks like a French garden: organised according to a precise plan and thought out to the last detail. It follows a marked-out path, leaving little room for chance. This ultra-standard approach may seem reassuring. In reality, applied too rigidly, it can be counterproductive.
It has been talked about for years, but it has been slow to take hold: despite an undeniable progression within companies telework was not evident, and even less a priority. Until the Covid-19 crisis turned everything upside down.
Digital transformation of banks. Words that sound so obvious, and almost like a vital need in 2020. Words that seem to have the power to solve everything in our ever-changing world. In the light of falling interest rates and declining margins, in the face of the current crisis and the economic context, which continue to […]
As Nicolas Pinglot sees it, the management consulting sector needs to take a fresh look at its old habits and change three key things: resources, attitude and corporate culture. Read his article to learn more!
A transformation project within an organization generally has 10% allies, 10% refractory and 80% hesitant to convince. The stakes are high. How does a particular ability to dialogue facilitate the management of change?