If you are a CEO, Manager, Transformation executives, HR Directors… This is for you.
Your business’ challenges are commensurate with the accelerated uncertainty our world faces. The good news is that your organization already has all the resources it needs to take on the future with resilience and optimism.
Our way of going about it
We believe the best way to meet the future head-on is by engaging teams in the construction, execution and implementation of strategies and projects – in other words, by nurturing people’s creativity, energy and ability for collaboration.
We get the ball rolling by meeting your people where they are – so we can take them to the next level. Motivating people is above all about living an unforgettable experience, built up through appropriate tools and processes that allow a group to find its own concrete and innovative solutions in the face of complexity. These new ways of working come from collective intelligence, open innovation, design thinking, U theory and self-organisation.
Meeting real needs
We help your teams identify and untie any knots with pragmatic, time-tested consulting, facilitation and coaching approaches, all steeped in the concept of participative management.
Including all actors
We use proven multi-stakeholder consultation methods and tools that unearth innovative ideas and enable strong adherence, breathing new life into your business’ inherent systems.
Building the right process
We design and help you implement comprehensive transformation programs using collective intelligence, physically and digitally, with groups ranging from very small to very large.
We accompanied the 300+ future international leaders of ENGIE to prepare their company for tomorrow. A 6-month program, 100% digital, 100% collective intelligence, led by the EVP Human Resources, involving the CEO. An alliance of digital forums in large groups to mobilize, moments in sub-groups of 6 to deepen, as well as an asynchronous digital consultation to include diversity. The secret ingredient: the quality of co-construction with the project team.
Fabric has accompanied the management of an international nuclear submarine program that is at a turning point in its history. After having piloted a large part of the submarine model design, the team must lead its client towards autonomy in a logic of technology transfer and long-term partnership. This transition is an innovation in itself, requiring a profound rethinking of the operating methods inherited from historical programs. We therefore set up a synchronous (live workshop) and asynchronous (collaborative work in shifts) digital approach for the management (30p) to help the team become aware of the need to change, to align with its challenges and to implement the necessary innovation projects.
Pierre-Louis de Rohan Chabot
We helped an operational business unit of 10,000+ people, resulting from the merger of two entities, to build its strategic plan. The project was co-constructed by going back and forth between the Executive Committee and the operational teams in the field, in particular via focus groups, led by ExCo members, to gather the employees’ perception of the evolution of the ecosystem as well as their feedback on the proposed ambition and strategic axes. At the end of the 6-month program, the strategic project was truly that of the ExCo and the employees. Everyone engaged in taking action.
Pierre-Louis de Rohan Chabot