Management is nothing more than motivating other people. Lee Iacocca
In which direction lead the organization to better prepare for the future? What lessons can be learned from the experience of others? What innovative ways should be explored?
The race for competitive advantage often leads to endless escalation. How can you break this cycle? One solution is to refocus your strategy on the specific capabilities that strongly differentiate your company.
The growth process drives companies to professionalize their practices and hone their expertise, but also often leads to more rigidity and dispersion. How can you counter these drifts to preserve the ability to anticipate and adapt?
Some innovations cannot stem from a single enterprise. In domains such as radical innovation or sustainable development, the concerted mobilization of numerous actors may be necessary. How can you successfully implement such extended collaboration?
Designed to secure transactions between peers, the blockchain offers huge possibilities that could rapidly revolutionize entire facets of the economy. How to get prepared for the opportunities—and the risks—of this technology?
Brilliant insight often spring to mind unexpectedly. These “Eureka moments” don’t happen by chance and aren’t the exclusive reserve of a few creative geniuses. How can we create the conditions for this creative spark to arise?
“Coopetition”—that is, forming an alliance with a direct competitor—is a strategy that can generate spectacular results, but whose mechanisms are not much intuitive. How can you put together all the assets to succeed at this type of alliance?
On saturated markets, competitors generally fight on commercial presence and price. Yet, there are other ways for businesses to differentiate themselves. How can you play on services and positioning to gain a competitive edge?
Is the entrepreneurial spirit only for start-ups? In established businesses, the capacity of employees to carry innovation is often stifled. How can you help intrapreneurs come to light in your organization?