"The benefits of facilitation" by Jean-Claude Casalegno

We welcomed Jean-Claude Casalegno, Research Lecturer in Management and Participative Innovation at Groupe ESC Clermont Business School and Professor and Consultant in Managerial Innovation for the Phosphoriales program. In a fascinating interview, he shares his views on the benefits of facilitation in the context of participative innovation.

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Animating a community: the keys to success

You want to build a digital community, and you're wondering how to do it. You are on the right article! We have identified for you the best practices and the keys to success to animate a community. These keys to success are based on our experience, the use cases we have encountered, and the successful devices we have accompanied.

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Participative management: definition and main principles

Employees are looking to give meaning to their work and gain in responsibility. In this context, participative management is gaining momentum. This approach consists of involving employees in decision-making and in resolving irritants. It values the active participation and collaboration of all members of the organization. 

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Collaborative CSR - Interview with Olivier Delavoye

Why engage in collaborative CSR? Because the war for talent is raging on the job market. The challenge for companies is to differentiate themselves, and CSR is an essential lever for standing out. Indeed, talents are looking for meaning and want their company to take into account social, societal and environmental issues .

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Innovation, the objective of the company's digital transformation

Digital transformation is a long-term process in a company. Several steps are often necessary. The first stage? Acculturation, i.e. making employees aware of the possibilities offered by digital tools and the challenges that arise from their use.

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The digital idea box: 7 tips to get started 

Today, companies are turning to an approach based oncollective intelligence and collaboration to bring out innovation. In this context, the digital suggestion box appears to be relevant because it solicits the support of employees and involves them in the company's evolution.

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"Collaboration is a win/win situation" Damien Roybon, head of the Log'In open innovation program

We spoke with Damien Roybon, Head of Log'In: an open innovation program initiated by Daher and dedicated to logistics businesses and technologies. So what is his vision of an open innovation program? How do you bring together different players? How do you bring solutions to light? What is the role of a collaborative culture?

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Reverse engineering: a method for generating ideas

Reverse working also called "Working Backwards" is a method initiated by the e-commerce giant Amazon. 

Over the past 25 years, Amazon has transformed itself greatly. The company has grown from an online bookstore to one of the largest retailers in the world. Its strength is built on its ability to reinvent itself and offer new ways of working. 

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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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10 ways for leaders to foster a culture of innovation 

A culture of innovation has become essential to the sustainability and success of the company. It is in the best interest of managers to integrate these values into the company's culture in order to encourage employees to propose and share new ideas, solutions and innovation projects and to strive for positive results. 

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