We all have our moments of connection. Those moments when we feel alive, connected to ourselves, to those around us who matter, to what surrounds us too. Sometimes moments of great strength, but also of great vulnerability – it is often outside our comfort zone that we find a greater connection!
This article summarises the exchanges between Jean-Pierre Christiaens, Head of Transformation at Partena Professional, and Laurent Ledoux, Managing Partner of Phusis. An inspiring and very concrete conversation about the challenges that Partena Professional has faced since the beginning of its transformation project, which Phusis is accompanying. As a reminder, this is the largest collaborative governance project ever carried out in Belgium and has already received two awards for its managerial innovation.
This article sums up the conversation between Laurent Taskin, Professor of Management at the Catholic University of Louvain, and Laurent Ledoux, Managing Partner of Phusis, about the evolution of HR and managerial practices. An inspiring webinar that philosophically puts the human being at the heart of the reflection of today’s and tomorrow’s organisations.
This article summarises the exchanges that took place on Thursday 4 February between Antoine Henry de Frahan and Laurent Ledoux on the subject of value creation within organisations. What is value? How to create it? For what purpose? How to organise it? So many questions that our two speakers tried to answer…
Jean-Pierre Christiaens has been working on the organisational transformation of Partena Professional since 2017. During his career, Jean-Pierre has identified several areas for improvement that companies can exploit to take the transformation process to its conclusion. He shares his analysis with Phusis.
In this article, we look back at the key points of the exchanges that took place between Luc Bretones and Laurent Ledoux during our last webinar on the Next Generation Enterprise. Politics, societal and environmental impact, technology and power: we will see how collaborative governance responds to ecosystemic issues that go beyond the framework of an organisation.