Preserve critical know-how
A large part of a company’s strengths resides in the tacit know-how of many individuals. This know-how is not easy to identify and formalize. How can you avoid losing this invaluable capital?
Disseminating your best practices
How to spread a technique that has proven successful locally to the entire organization? This can be learned from the example of companies that have successfully disseminated their know-how.
Learn by experience
Conventional training, whether educational or continuous, only accounts for 10% of leaders’ learnings. They learn most from field experience. How can we make the most of such experience?
Grow from your mistakes
Companies inevitably make mistakes. By identifying and analyzing their mistakes, companies can turn them into learning opportunities and thus avoid repeating them.
Refreshing competences continuously
The rise in employee competence represents a major competitive challenge for companies. How can you rethink training to reinforce the acquisition of competences essential to tomorrow’s world?
Online communities: How can we develop their value?
Employee, customer or expert communities are a real asset for companies. However, for them to succeed, the organization must involve itself—to a certain extent. How can we create the conditions for such a dynamic?
Take action despite uncertainty
In a world in lasting crisis, the companies that fare the best are those that know how to act and learn at the same time. What operating modes should we adopt to implement this approach?
Increase the resilience of your organization
All organizations are confronted with the risk of crises. Rather than vainly attempting to avoid them, you had better develop the capability to absorb them and to learn the lessons. How can you acquire and cultivate resilience?
Get the most from your consultants
Businesses increasingly rely upon outside consultants, but are often disappointed with inconclusive results or difficult-to-manage relationships. How can you make the most of your consultants?
Develop your resiliency
In companies focused on agility, leaders are torn between expectations for clear-cut decisions and the necessity to adapt to changing conditions. In this context, how can they move forward without burning out?
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