Our approach is combinatorial and revolves around 3 pillars which are Design Thinking, Collaborative Experience and Agility.
All of our interventions apply the principles of interactivity and "learning by doing"
to further stimulate the participants, use their know-how and their interpersonal skills and thus gain in efficiency.

Approach Design Thinking

Design thinking, used to design an innovation project centered on the end user, is characterized by a chronological approach of successions of opening (divergence) and closing (convergence) positions.
Design Thinking provides entrepreneurs and managers with an essential resource for business decision-making by considerably increasing the chances of choosing the right solution.
Through a multidisciplinary, human centered vision, analytical and intuitive thinking, participants go through a creative and thoughtful process.

Why design thinking?
- to make ideas / projects tangible
- to test them with users in short time cycles
- to solve an innovation problem

“You can achieve anything you want in life if you have the courage to dream it, the intelligence to make a realistic plan, and the will to see that plan through to the end.” – Sidney A. Friedman


The collaborative experience is a work approach in which people pool their creativity and skills to better achieve a common project.
Participants adopt a posture based on listening, sharing and talking. And the facilitator who accompanies them throughout the process, ensures the smooth running of the experience.

Why the collaborative experience?
- To better develop and experience active listening
- To design, frame, manage the pace of a collaborative workshop
- To use tools and processes adapted to participants and situations
- To bring out collective intelligence, creativity and improve the work climate

"Be the change you want to see in the world" Gandhi

Approach Agility

Agile methods are groups of practices for piloting and carrying out projects based on the following principle: Planning your entire project in great detail before developing it is counterproductive. For this, we prioritize adaptation, speed and communication with the team and clients.

Why agility?
- to allow great flexibility and better visibility in project management
- to facilitate the work process and the monitoring of tasks within the team
- to break down the project into several stages with the customer at the heart of the project

‘Success is the ability to go from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm' – Winston Churchill

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