18 years advising complex, global organizations. 12 years of research and reports. Expert and thought leader with a relentless focus on the why and the how.
My talks are thought-provoking and trigger new ways of thinking.
When I give private briefings to management about the organization in the digital age, I bring new ideas, data from my 12 years of research and stories and examples from 18 years of working with global organizations. I help management envisage how they can define actionable strategies and mobilize their organization. Examples of private briefings.
My annual surveys are used as a diagnostic tool by many participating organizations.
I have conducted annual surveys on the internal digital work environments of organizations since 2006. The 10th annual survey report was published in November 2016: The Organization in the Digital Age. Approximately 300 organizations participate each year. My foundational framework has become a reference point for organizations on their digital journeys. My current research is focused on the gig mindset inside organizations.
From healthcare companies, to the UN Peacekeepers to worldwide industrial firms…I’ve collaborated with a wide range of organizations.
I have advised organizations in Europe and North America on their internal digital strategies for 18 years. I have conducted over 120 intranet/digital workplace projects for over 60 global organizations.
Over 20 years ago, I designed and co-authored the first non-technical book about internet and intranet published in France.
L’avantage Internet pour l’entreprise, published by business publisher Dunod, was reprinted twice. Since then, over the past twenty-some years, I’ve published in a variety of places in addition to my own blog, including the Harvard Business Review Digital and recently the MIT Sloan Management Review. More info here.
In the Provencal garrigue, only 15 minutes from the magnificent Roman Pont du Gard.
Born in the United States, I have lived many years in France. I have dual nationality — American and French. I currently live in Provence, in a village with barely 1,000 inhabitants about 45 minutes by car from Avignon and only 15 minutes from the magnificent Roman Pont du Gard.