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Driving towards success: the facilitator as a key player for your communities of practice

Creating collaborative environments within teams and especially communities is a key objective for both private and public organisations. They harness knowledge, enable problem solving and drive innovation within these organisations. What is the importance of the facilitator of the community of practice? What are their roles, responsibilities and challenges? And how can they be supported?

Fire up Innovation! Why Community Dynamics Should Spring to Mind

Innovation emerges from the use and combination of information held by individuals, hence the constant and growing importance given to knowledge management in companies.

CHANGEx the learning platform dedicated to Change Management will soon be available in English

After the launch of the French version in mid-March 2021, this summer we will present a new release of our learning platform, CHANGEx, this time in English. This constitutes an important new step for the online learning platform, as English speakers will now be able to benefit from the same solid theoretical background and practical tools as the platform’s first users.

Design thinking – just a buzz word or an opportunity for everyone?

The “design thinking” methodology is not new – but in recent years it has made its way into the most diverse business domains. One of the reasons for its success is that it clearly focuses on the end user. In an iterative process, assumptions are continuously questioned in order to gradually approach the “right” solution. This process is usually divided into six phases; in the following article we will go into more detail about the change resistances you may encounter.

Une plateforme de e-learning made in Luxembourg dédiée à la gestion du changement

Après plusieurs mois de travail, MindForest annonce le lancement imminent de sa plateforme de formation en ligne dédiée aux clés de la gestion du changement : CHANGEx. Revenons sur cette initiative menée en interne avec les deux porteurs du projet : Guy Kerger, Founder & Managing Partner et Aurélie Poncelet, Delivery Manager & Change Management Consultant. Rejoignez les bêta-testeurs à la fin de l’article !

Réinventez votre entreprise pour être plus compétitif !

MindForest partenaire du programme Fit 4 Resilience : pour aider les entreprises à se réinventer après la crise COVID-19

Le contexte
La pandémie due au COVID-19 n’est pas seulement associée à des conséquences sanitaires, mais aussi à des conséquences économiques dramatiques. A l’instar de ces voisins européens, le Grand-Duché du Luxembourg apporte un soutien fort aux petites et moyennes entreprises pour faire face à ces difficultés.
C’est ainsi que le programme Fit 4 Resilience a été lancé au Luxembourg. Il s’agit d’un programme de sortie de crise et de repositionnement stratégique, élaboré par Luxinnovation et subventionné par le Ministère de l’Économie.
Ce programme, pour lequel MindForest est un consultant approuvé, cible les PME ayant un siège social au Luxembourg et prévoit une analyse interne et externe des impacts que la crise a provoqué, ainsi qu’une étude de la stratégie actuelle pour en déduire un plan d’actions, or un repositionnement stratégique qui tient compte de la maturité digitale de l’entreprise.

[22/07/20] Webinar BrainBreakfast : Fit4Resilience : Comment reprendre après la crise ?

MindForest est heureux de vous inviter à son BrainBreakfast virtuel « Fit4Resilience : Comment reprendre après la crise ? », qui aura lieu le mardi 22 juillet 2020 de 9h00 à 10h00 en ligne !

Management at distance: don’t let the crisis tarnish your leadership!

The issue of remote management is not new, but it has never been so topical.
Indeed, teleworking was already becoming more widespread in many sectors of activity as the difficulties of transport, particularly for cross-border commuters, contributed to accentuating the trend.

REMOTE WORKING, CYBERSECURITY, MANAGEMENT and COVID-19: be more attentive than ever and stick to best practices!

The current crisis and containment situation we are experiencing is generating a flood of stress and anxiety. This may have a negative impact on our professional exchanges and increase our vulnerability to cyber-attacks. There is a real risk that the hindsight and critical thinking we usually display in terms of good cyber practices could be neglected in such circumstances.