Liberating the company: returns of experience
The notion of liberated company remains controversial: some see in it an ideal model, others a deception. In any event, it raises a key question: how can you combine individual autonomy and collective efficiency?
Liberate initiative taking
To be able to take initiatives, you must enjoy an environment favorable to risk taking. How can you develop a climate of psychological safety, a true key to the performance of teams and organizations?
Management by objectives in the agile era
When management by objectives takes into account the constraints of the agile era, it remains a formidably effective tool. How can you help your teams choose and reach their objectives in a context of uncertainty and permanent change?
The traps in team dynamics
Theoretically, a team performs better than isolated individuals do. However, these team dynamics are vulnerable to pernicious effects. How can you rely on the psychology of groups to counter these drifts?
Successfully implementing telework
Remote work presents clear benefits for both staff members and employers. But this organizational model presents many challenges for managers. How can you adapt your style of management to really take advantage of remote work?
Own your position as a manager-coach
Most managers tend to focus more on operational matters than on the development of their staff. Beyond a scheduling issue, it is more a matter of personal stance. How can you be an effective manager-coach?
Addressing the quest for meaning
The issue of meaningfulness has today become a determinant in the life of business organizations. How can we identify our purpose and that of our companies—and transform this into an individual and collective performance engine?
Managing a multicultural team
Many managers nowadays collaborate with multicultural teams. Yet, working with people from different cultures is never easy. How can you take advantage of diversity and avoid its dangers?
Employees 3.0: how to manage them?
The digital revolution has fundamentally changed staff members’ expectations: less formal and more personalized relationships, greater flexibility in career choices… How can you evolve your HR management accordingly?
Combine efficiency and benevolence
It is possible for managers to reconcile efficiency and benevolence. But between performance imperatives and employee fulfillment at work, the dosage is subtle. How can you find and maintain the right balance?
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