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Test, learn, win and test, again : The transformation must be done iteratively and well-planned, building on successes, to engage all employees and show that it produces tangible and measurable results.

It’s not enough to work with smart people to work smart: Agile collaborative methods, allow us to align all stakeholders and eliminate bottlenecks to traditional project modes.

The poison is in the dose, not in the thing: being clear about ambitions and expected results, communicating them and letting people know how to revise them with honesty.


Procrastination in the name of reducing risk actually increases risk (Colin Powel): Speed is critical and when you have between 40 and 70% of information, you have to decide and do it quickly or you will be overtaken.

Execution is strategic: “Everyone has a plan until you get punched in the face,” Mike Tyson. It’s not enough to just have the best plan to succeed. Execution involves reviewing the strategy, adapting it, refining it. Those who think must also do.

Put people first : the transformation of a company is above all a question of culture, men and women and resistance to change, more than technology or process. Change management and the communication that accompanies it are critical to success.


Do not forget the past, but…: “The secret of change is to focus your energy on creating the new and not fighting the old.” Dan Millman.

Too often, the phrases “why change”, “it works very well like that”, “it’s historical” or “I’ve always worked like that” ring in our ears and have often put the brakes on many projects. It is important for transformation to carry a clear message, objectives and results to embark all the energy necessary for this change.

And if it were possible: “The skeptics say: Man cannot fly, the maker says: Maybe, but we will try.” Bruce Lee.

As a consulting firm, we must demonstrate to our clients that change is possible not by promising mountains and wonders but simply by explaining the how, supporting them in the implementation and showing them that we are willing to take risks with them.