Collaborative governance is a management mode that allows each person to have the will to be fully committed and the capacity to undertake all the actions they consider best for the organisation within a framework (set of coordination rules) that they have helped to define. This mode of management requires and results in the replacement of a classic hierarchy, based on people, with an inspiring hierarchy, based on the reasons for being (what the organisation and its parts exist for).
Phusis is developing numerous organisational transformation projects of this type in various sectors such as social secretariat, banking, mutual insurance, energy, pharmaceuticals and public institutions. The company, which already employs more than 15 people in Belgium, has adapted in a few days to the constraints imposed by the covid-19 crisis by completely digitising its tools and methods of supporting its clients.
“After almost three years of activity in the processing market in Belgium and Europe, we are delighted to be perceived as an important player in the Belgian market. We created Phusis because we are convinced that there is a gap that needs to be filled in order to carry out deep and large-scale organisational transformations. This appointment, as well as the fact that we continue to grow despite the damage caused by the crisis in the consultancy sector, confirms this feeling”, says Yannick Bollati, Managing Director and Partner at Phusis.
“In today’s world, leaders and teams need more agility and meaning on a daily basis. The ordeal we are going through with covid-19 has transformed this need into a survival imperative. The approach we are developing therefore goes far beyond a change in management style. It is based on a rigorous method and tools that provide a concrete response to the strategic and operational problems of large organisations. This response often implies a real evolution of the business model and offers companies the opportunity to play a new role in the famous “next world”, explains Laurent Ledoux, Associate Director at Phusis.
The award ceremony will take place in the spring of 2021. Until then, Phusis will have to submit a dossier in which it will present a case study describing, within the framework of Covid19 management, a concrete achievement for a client and demonstrating the added value, expertise and benefits resulting from the proposed solutions. Phusis will take this opportunity to talk about this ambitious project, the first of its kind in Belgium, of setting up collaborative governance for a large company with more than 1,600 employees.