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Clarification of roles and responsibilities, new organisational structure and increased collaboration for a more efficient allocation of resources

A public organisation in Luxembourg contacted MindForest in order to redefine the ambition of one of its departments, to ensure collaborative work and to allocate its resources while accompanying its employees in this organisational transformation.

Change is in the Air: Optimise Your Ways of Working

Two years ago, with the forced lock-in, a massive shift to home working took place. Today, the principle of remote and hybrid working models is an imperative to remain attractive in a competitive market. Find out MindForest’s advice on how to implement New Ways of Working

Are you ready for the new ways of working ?

At MindForest, we’ve created the 10 most important questions to ask yourself in adopting New Ways of Working to adopt work processes that help them to withstand and thrive in a changing business environment.

The Team Meeting, much more than a meeting: a real tool for employee engagement

At MindForest we’ve had a habit for several years now, come rain, shine or snow (or if the planet is hit by a pandemic): we get the whole team together once a month for 90 minutes for a Team Meeting.

Which managerial skills are required to survive crises?

When analysing our various change management assignments, one thing becomes clear: in most cases, companies only see the need to change in a crisis situation and only react concretely when such an event has already emerged. This late awareness inevitably leads to a reaction that is carried out in an emergency mode. Crisis is the opportunity to review organisational purpose and to transform internal behaviours and beliefs towards a future of change.

Move – Why should you be supported?

A move is a company project, so it is necessary to involve a maximum of people in this project. During the implementation of this one, many difficulties will appear. Lack of communication, lack of time, lack of involvement, etc. It is therefore important to be accompanied in this ordeal.

Et si demain on télétravaillait encore ?

Si le Luxembourg pratiquait déjà le télétravail avant la crise sanitaire du COVID-19, la grande majorité des organisations a dû s’adapter au travail à distance dans l’urgence… et beaucoup ont trouvé les solutions et mis en place les process nécessaires en peu de temps. Jour après jour elles se sont donné les moyens de réussir cette transformation et même des postes a priori non « télétravaillables » ont pu être transposés, pour réaliser tout ou partie des activités à distance. Beaucoup parlent d’un « retour à la normale », mais et si demain on télétravaillait encore ?

4 steps towards a successful workshop

When you lead a workshop, you are the catalyst of the think tank. To optimise the results/outcomes you need to master both the methodologies of designing a workshop, the facilitation tactics and the different tools in the case of remote collaboration.