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2e partie – L’importance d’un diagnostic pour comprendre votre contexte organisationnel.

“La seule chose vraiment importante que font les dirigeants est de créer et de gérer la culture de leur organisation. Si vous ne gérez pas votre culture, elle vous gèrera et vous ne serez peut-être même pas conscient dans quelle mesure cela se produit.” – Edgar Henry Schein Cet article …

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Part 1 – The main traps associated with organizational transformations.

“Change leads to disappointment if it is not maintained. Transformation is a change that is maintained and it is accomplished through practice.” – B.K.S. Iyengar This has to change! If you have joined a new company as an executive within the last 2 years or are in a new position, …

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Stop doing, start thinking! (available in French only)

This article is only available in French « Un pas de côté et ta vie peut devenir banale ou héroïque. »  Patrick Le Masurier Dans mon précèdent article paru en 2017, je vous partageais mon enthousiasme à la suite d’une première expérience agile réussie (du moins de mon point de vue de l’époque). J’étais …

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Nothing is permanent, except change

We, Sapiens, greatly prefer stability and consistency to chaos and confusion. However we are now unwillingly immersed in a world turned upside down because of a tiny and invisible enemy. Many of our benchmarks are gone. The world is now even more complex, unpredictable and uncertain than before. Nothing will …

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The right time (tempo giusto)

While reading Slow Business by Pierre Moniz-Barreto, I was very interested in the concept of rhythm, cadence, which I often use with my clients. On page 53 of the book, it says: “Rhythm is everywhere and in everything: in every activity, a rhythm is established and repeated, and this is …

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Agile family

As part of our confinement due to COVID-19, I am keen to share with you some practices to help you in your daily family management. Let’s not hide it; the weeks ahead will be complicated. In this post, I suggest an approach to Agility that you can apply at home, …

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An Agile enterprise? Okay, but what is it?

What are we talking about when we talk about an agile enterprise? Some elements of definition are needed to better understand the state of mind and the different solutions brought by Agility. What’s the definition of an agile enterprise? Before answering this question, it’s important to share a common vision …

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Is the Project Manager still necessary in a Scrum Team?

When the Scrum framework is introduced within an organization or a team, I often notice a lack of understanding regarding the Project Managers’ role. What do they become in an Agile organization? Do they still have a place? Over a few weeks, several people have asked me these questions. During …

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Performing in an Uncertain World: 5 Essential Keys for Organizations

Mission, values and meaning Professional environments are more and more characterized by uncertainty and the unexpected. If I have understood the work of business managers correctly, their job is just about the simplest in the world because we only ask one thing of them: to guarantee results. The only problem is …