I have advised organizations in Europe and North America on their internal digital strategies for over 20 years. I have conducted over 120 intranet/digital workplace projects for over 60 global organizations.
Alstom Group, Switzerland
Boehringer Ingelheim, Germany
Damartex Group, France
Electricité de France
GDF Suez, France
Groupe SEB, France
Neopost Industries, France
OMV Petrom, Austria, Romania
Pernod Ricard, France
Richemont (Cartier, Switzerland
Kering (previously PPR), France
VINCI Energies, France
From a global pharmaceutical company, to the UN Peacekeepers to a worldwide industrial company…a wide range of experiences.
- UNHCR – United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Geneva
- United Nations Peacekeeping Operations, New York
- United Nations Secretariat, New York
- UNAIDS – Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, Geneva
- IFRC – International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Geneva
My clients owned the process. I guided them.
I asked my clients to put together a team of people – cross-functional and cross-organizational. Together, we went through a process that led to recommendations and action plans.
Decision-makers saw that the output of this process represented the vision and ambitions of people in the organization and was not a consultant dream. They were much more likely to agree and provide budget.
In short, strategies are built. They are not bought.
An effective digital workplace strategy has to emerge from your organization itself. It is not something an external consultant can define in your place. Your strategies and action plans involve your people, systems, processes and practices. They influence and are influenced by your business model and your culture.