Collective intelligence

Value Proposition

Draw lessons from collective experience in a safe and impacting place

Leverage the cumulative experience of up to 8 people on your case study in total immersion with hands on practice and a premium tangible delivrable at the end. It’s a networking opportunity and a bonus gift at the end of the seminar.

Typical situations to resolve: illustration through personas

Collective intelligence
Focusing on certifications
Looking for a «sandbox» where to experiment knowledge recently acquired through certifications
Networking Connection
Working in a complex customer environment
Looking for new perspectives as trapped into a no longer meaningful project
Working for an advisory firm, at the competition
Looking for options as suffering from a strong pushback with his client
Marketing director
Business Intelligence software vendor
Looking for new perspectives on relationships models with Systems Integrators and Consultants
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  • Projects problems nature

    • Ill-posed problem
    • Inadequate solution
    • Recurring problem
  • Symptoms and impacts

    • Communication
    • Cost VS value
    • HR
    • Project launch
    • Project management
  • Where to act

    • Enterprise architecture
    • Goals
    • Governance
    • Projects
    • Strategy
    • Value
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> 80% of cases, a project is defined as strategic because the Top Management has defined it as such
Governance Ill-posed problem Project launch Strategy
> 20% of the projects stopped before their end while> 2/3 of the Companies have ad hoc processes at least
Cost VS value Inadequate solution Recurring problem Strategy Value
1/2 (out of IT) and 1/5 (in IT) consider the Project Manager as a temporary role (with or without specific competence)
Governance Inadequate solution Project management Projects
38.1% of initiatives face change management issues
Communication Governance Ill-posed problem Value
38.4% of initiatives seek to do too much at once
Goals Governance Ill-posed problem Inadequate solution Project launch
41.2% of Corporate Governance / Enterprise Architecture initiatives have communication problems
Communication Enterprise architecture Governance Ill-posed problem
Frameworks and standards multiply but without certification of the actors, no appropriation by the Company
Goals HR Inadequate solution Recurring problem Strategy
In ~ 20% of strategic decisions to start a project, nothing is done or prepares for the launch of the project
Governance Ill-posed problem Project launch Strategy
Evaluation of the business case distorted by an estimate (in) voluntarily distorted
Goals Ill-posed problem Inadequate solution Project launch Projects
Inability to reorient the project to adapt to new needs
Goals Inadequate solution Project launch Projects