Why organise a Learning Expedition?

Between preconceived ideas and reality in the field, the Learning Expedition is particularly relevant in the context of acollective intelligence approach. Let's decipher a format that has been renewed and democratised and which is generating unprecedented enthusiasm!

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3 collective intelligence tools to transform your corporate culture

Stimulatingcollective intelligence in companies means circulating intelligence and know-how to create transversality and new know-how. Thus, collective intelligence tools can help you to instil a corporate culture that is both more participative and transversal. All stakeholders will benefit. On the one hand, the employees, who will feel more valued and involved in the company. And on the other hand, the organisation itself, which will emerge both more agile and more efficient.

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Feedback from the field: a real lever for improving the customer experience

The people on the ground are often the ones who know your customers best. And their ideas can lead to improvements and even innovations. Just ask Sony, Amazon or 3M, who have all made major breakthroughs in the past thanks to employee suggestions.So listening to employees can make the difference in improving the customer experience in your organisation.

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How to improve your internal communication? 10 good practices

More than ever, your internal communication is essential. Whatever your sector of activity or type of organisation. In particular, with the rise of teleworking, it has become essential to ensure that employees are properly informed and have the keys to actively participate in the life and performance of the company. So how can you improve your internal communication?

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The 4 pillars of an innovation culture in business

In an article in Business Insider*, Sara Caroline Sabin explains that young talent, in search of a motivating corporate culture, often turns to start-ups. Indeed, in the collective imagination, the notion of a start-up carries the idea of a dynamic work environment, which listens to the ideas of each employee and where everyone can develop new and inspiring projects. In other words, the start-up is the symbol of a culture of innovation. And that is why it is so attractive to young talent. But any company, whether it calls itself a start-up or not, can put in place the foundations of an innovation culture.

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Employee engagement in companies: definition, levers and measurement

What is employee engagement in business? This is a difficult question, as the notion has become overused. That's why this article invites you to ask yourself what commitment is and what meaning it can have in each organisation. This is a good starting point to present you with some levers to stimulate this famous employee commitment in companies, but also to measure it. Read more

Implementing a CSR approach in your company with your employees

Implementing a CSR approach in a company has become a must. On the one hand, to recall theusefulness of the company in serving society. On the other hand, to (re)give meaning to employees. And what if you were to place employees at the centre of your company's CSR approach? Because setting up a CSR approach is a good thing. Making employees the authors and actors of this CSR approach is even better!

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Collective intelligence in business: definitions, benefits and implementation principles

[UPDATED ARTICLE] Collective intelligence in companies takes many forms: creativity workshops, sharing of content, knowledge and know-how, etc. The intelligent company is one that frees up talent, skills and ideas, so that all employees can benefit.

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3 ways to enhance collective intelligence in your internal newsletter

You have set up an internal newsletter in your company. This newsletter informs your employees about the latest news from the company, but also about its internal life. What if you used your internal newsletter to further unleash the collective intelligence?

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Co-constructing your raison d'être to engage your employees (PDF)

Co-constructing your raison d'être with your employees means ensuring that they are involved in a vision to which they adhere and for which they feel responsible. By drafting a manifesto based on this co-construction, you formalise a shared vision and convictions. The objective: to align your employees towards a common objective and action plan.

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