On November 27th, Laurent Ledoux spoke at the NextGen Enterprise Summit 2020 about the ability of large organizations to transform themselves. A theme that raises several questions, both in terms of their capacity to do so and their real willingness to do so.
This article summarises the conversation between Carlos Verkaeren and Laurent Ledoux during a Phusis webinar on the organisational transformation of the French group Poult. A rich and authentic exchange that highlights the moments of doubt and glory of a collaborative experience carried by nearly 1,900 employees.
Phusis is officially on the list of candidates for the “Best HR Transformation, Organizational Effectiveness & Change Management Firm” award for 2020. This first nomination comes barely three years after the creation of Phusis. An opportunity that will enable it to highlight the largest project for the implementation of collaborative governance ever carried out in Belgium.
This blogpost is a recap of the conversation that Henk Vandenbroucke, Phusis, had with Françoise Haumont, Managing Partner at archipelago, about the challenges raised by the implementation of collaborative governance. In this very authentic discussion, Françoise shares her experience about transforming two merged architecture firms into a single collaborative organization, but also how it helped dealing with the high unpredictability of the covid-19 crisis.
A Belgian association – that was created at the beginning of the lockdown to help frail and elderly people – has brought together almost 9,500 volunteers in a few weeks. In order to facilitate the remote collaboration of these thousands of people, Laurent Ledoux put his expertise in collaborative governance at the service of the association. Let’s take a look back at a solidary collaboration.