Building a resilient brand
Some brands are capable of developing a type of resilience. Although they cannot avoid crises, they know how to bounce back in adversity thanks to their privileged relationship with a core set of loyal customers. How do they go about it?
Addressing the upheavals of the global markets
The globalized organization is generally considered to be a reference model. Yet, distance remains a real obstacle, all the more so since this model is today confronted with several disruptions. How can you rethink your performance levers on international markets?
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?
Cultivate your strategic agility
When it comes to developing agility, the first challenge is about information. Among all signals of change coming from diverse horizons, how can we spot those that require our vigilance?
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?
Revitalize your strategy
To stay afloat facing accelerating competitive shifts, businesses must regularly regenerate their strategies. But how can they reinvent themselves while so many forces support organizational continuity?
Accelerating your environmental transition
The environmental transformation of companies is the most ambitious challenge there is. Although no one is yet claiming to have found a miraculous solution, certain pathways are taking shape. How can we reinvent ourselves to build a sustainable model?
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?
Turn failure into a springboard
Company leaders generally perceive failure as a setback rather than a means to learn and improve. How can you make use of your failures—and help your employees do the same?
Choosing the right leaders in turbulent times
How can one choose future leaders, who will renew the business without alienating its identity? Rather than defining an ideal profile, mixing various styles and experiences is the best way to face today's and tomorrow's challenges.
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