MindForest - Change Management Expertise

Les 5 phases de la gestion du changement

Le changement dans les organisations est devenu une réalité permanente : on estime qu'aujourd'hui les salariés subissent en moyenne 3 changements simultanément. Malgré ce nombre considérable de changements, selon des recherches de McKinsey & Company, 70 % d’entre eux échouent ! Mais pourquoi un tel nombre d’échecs alors que de nombreuses méthodes de gestion de projet existent et ont fait leurs preuves ?
MindForest, has Agile failed?

Has Agile failed?

Companies often refer to Agile as a way of responding more accurately to customer needs, as a means of working more transparently whilst empowering employees to assume further responsibility for their actions. Whereas the advantages that come along with an agile approach may seem promising, numerous companies fail to implement it as a valuable way of working.
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Six Thinking Hats

Taking a decision can often be onerous, whether in a professional or private context; much thinking and worrying can precede the actual act of deciding. Everyone has experienced moments when they turn in circles and are unable to come to a conclusion. Situations like these can be complicated for numerous reasons, especially in the context of group discussions when character incompatibility hinders consensus agreement. In order to optimise thought processes and facilitate decision making, Edward de Bono presents a structured approach to thinking: The Six Thinking Hats.