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My mission is to help teams and individuals realize their professional projects, in a volatile, changing and uncertain world. I help you boost and transform your working methods, to create value, faster, for your customers.
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Discover new tools and inspiration to develop an Agile mindset and working methods that will allow you to realize your ideas and hit the bull’s eye with your target. We are talking about Agility, self-understanding, efficiency, motivation, clarity and daring to experiment to find the right solutions for your users’ needs.
Develop self-discipline to perform in Agile mode
I really like to let myself be carried away by my desires and my needs. That being said, when it comes to moving forward on my projects, this dynamic doesn’t get me very far. People often ask me how I do “everything” I do. Well one of mechanisms is self-discipline. Self-discipline is our ability to… Read More »Develop self-discipline to perform in Agile mode
Boost the effectiveness of your Agile team through great relationships
The success of an Agile transformation largely depends on the quality of the relationships between people within the team and with their stakeholders. For it to be effective and successful in the long term, interactions must be at the center of your approach. Sometimes it’s not easy. Especially in front of reluctant (even worse… hostile!)… Read More »Boost the effectiveness of your Agile team through great relationships
Free yourself from limiting beliefs, to become a better agile team
One of the obstacles to implementing an Agile mindset in a team – and even for oneself – is the set of beliefs we have about ourselves or our environment. These beliefs are often negative and impact our efforts to progress. In this article, I give you a few insights (and some tools) to help… Read More »Free yourself from limiting beliefs, to become a better agile team
Agility: go beyond the limits of your brain in front of change!
Our brain likes novelty, but not change. Why? Simply because the primary function of our brain is to keep us alive. It will identify changes as so many threats and send us signals such as fear. The problem is that this default behavior is sometimes not appropriate in front of the real “threat”. A change… Read More »Agility: go beyond the limits of your brain in front of change!