Innovation & Transformation
Agile innovation and transformation
How to go about it?
TOO HEAVY, TOO SLOW, NOT INNOVATIVE ENOUGH? LACKS DIRECTION?
Senior executives want to transform their organisation and constantly adapt their strategy. They look to equip themselves with the means and organisations that will allow them to adapt, anticipate and rally collective intelligence to be as customer-centred as possible.
In an uncertain environment, it is more vital than ever to be forward-thinking….but in new ways.
We are already in the economy of the future. It shakes up organisational methods and how businesses work, not least through the digital revolution.
Performance also depends on employee motivation: the more they find meaning in their work, the more they commit. One of the challenges facing senior executives is instilling enthusiasm for meaning and direction amongst employees.
Today’s adapted transformation programmes are cross-functional, collaborative and meaningful and must promote connections between the individuals who make up the company.
At a time when fewer and fewer people are in charge of machines, but machines are running and replacing people, the challenge is to find Man’s place in the modern world.
The transformation of businesses undertaken by senior executives today leads us to rethink the coexistence between Man and machines….as machines are walking and running for us, we have to keep up the pace even more.
Managing Director of Transavia
"Thank you for this session devoted to decision-making excellence and the Transavia"
PMP managerial innovation conference "How to decide and lead effectively in an uncertain and complex world? The Transavia experience"
Author of the book "An implacable and soft power: Tech or efficiency for only value" (Fayard)
“Many thanks for the magic of the place, the richness of the debate and the quality of the welcome!"
PMP managerial innovation conference "Technology, angel or devil: The Crédit du Nord transformation experience"
CEO of Korian
“Thank you for this opportunity to resume post-crisis prospective discussions, to rebuild and transform."
PMP managerial innovation conference "Manager in the time of the coronavirus: Korian's experience"
Chief Executive Officer of Crédit du Nord
"Great pleasure, shared by all I hope"
PMP managerial innovation conference "Technology, angel or devil: The Credit du Nord transformation experience"
Journalist and author of "The New History of the World" and "Cataclysms"
“Thank you to Gilles Martin, Laura Papet and the entire PMP team for this intense moment of discussion with Jean-Dominique Senard, on which weighs the heaviest task of the future: acting in uncertainty."
PMP managerial innovation conference "What future for capitalism are we building in the company?"
Expert in brand responsibilities and author of "A stone in the shoe - People at the heart of the company" (Editions de l'Observatoire)
“An exchange that makes you hungry! Thank you for making us experience the human factor of Labeyrie."
PMP managerial innovation conference "Is there ethical consumption: the experience of the Labeyrie Fine Foods Group"
Danse Director, Opéra de Paris
"Sincere thanks, it is also through explaining that we learn !"
Conference at the Bernardins : "Managing an institution and a corps d’élite - My experience at the Paris Opera"
Honorary Chairman of Saint-Gobain
"A big thank you for allowing this exchange. I have a better understanding of how much major groups have to learn from start ups, if they want to have a place on the front row."
Conference at the Bernardins: "Major groups and start ups – friend or foe?"
Chief Executive Officer at SAFRAN
"Thank you for having allowed me to talk about industrial activities and professions, key to the future of our country. Best wishes."
Conference at the Bernardins : "Can we continue to have an industrial vision ? - My experience at SAFRAN"
Managing Director of SAFRAN
"Thank you for allowing me to talk about industrial activities and key trades for the future of our country. Sincerely,"
PMP managerial innovation conference “Can we still have an industrial vision? : The SAFRAN experience "
See through uncertainty
We use Scenario Planning to identify strategic blind spots and to prepare for potential disruption. We also use WarGames to simulate different strategic scenarios.
We collaboratively develop initiatives to provide companies with the necessary flexibility to leverage their strategy and to put an end to « Command & Control » reflexes. We apply a collaborative rethinking approach to companies’ processes of excellence and to the coexistence of Man and machines.
Focus business on the customer
Listen to your customers, anticipate their expectations…..surprise them. We put in place measures that allow your business and senior executives to become « customer-centric.»
Improve the innovation process, nurture good ideas and initiatives, accelerate implementation, involve employees’ collective intelligence and drive projects towards success.