The book on ‘La Fabrique des Mobilités’ is out

La Fabrique des Mobilités is a European acceleration program dedicated to transportation and mobility projects.

A large part of my work in 2016 was helping the French Environment and Energy Management Agency to develop a better, more effective action on the tremendously complex mobility market. There is now a digital book that explains how this collective endeavor has been achieved and where the ‘FabMob’ collective is in 2017.

Hopefully, there will be an English version at some points (especially given the fact that there are more and more international partners on this platform), but for now, it’s 80% in French.

 

Emotions augmented leaders

For many years Emotional Intelligence has been in the many leadership development agendas of HR and training program managers. In this series about emotions, I’ll endeavor to offer leaders a new way to understand emotions so they can develop their emotional and self-awareness as well as their capacity for empathy. Continue reading “Emotions augmented leaders”

Being market ready is not all about strategy

Market readiness is key when launching new businesses. Too soon and you burn money without onboarding customers, too late and you become an overnight commodity.

When I deal with leaders considering new strategic options for the future of their organization, they very often stay cautious and declare “the market is not ready”.

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How much sharing is there left in the sharing economy?

We all lag behind understanding how technology and new businesses change society. Maybe it’s time we start to collectively wake up on a few hot topics.

From time to time there is an article that I was about to write and I find it the very next day already put online by someone else; except it is way sharper than what I would have ever produced. Having said that, you probably should stop reading me and jump to Reversing the Lies of the Sharing Economy from Brett SCOTT.  Continue reading “How much sharing is there left in the sharing economy?”

Growing within when company is growing out

When companies grow by acquisition, the company culture and what keeps it coherent might be lost along the way. Mentoring is one practice that can help people continue growing within the company more smoothly as it is expanding and becoming more complex.

Since 2014 I’ve been working with Worldline on designing, implementing and supporting two mentoring programs (traditional and reverse). They clearly support their growth and transformation strategies which need a good attraction, development, and retention of talents as well as a capacity to rely on and learn fast from each other. “Growing within the company” is key to avoid unstable workforce which could hinder the fast growth path they’re walking. Continue reading “Growing within when company is growing out”