Company performance OSE

Because he is so right: maximizing shareholder value is the World’s dumbest idea!

We might have reached a very interesting moment in the modern History of business. A moment when CEOs of some of the best performing companies on the stock markets are clearly rejecting what is still considered as the Holy Grail of business performance: maximizing shareholder value!   Will it change the generic way to look at business performance? Will it shed… Read more →


Because we don’t care about creating learning organizations

Among the hundreds of management framework that are available globally, one of them resonates strongly within me for the last 18 months: the 70:20:10 framework for learning.   This model puts a strong emphasis on what is also called “learning on the job“ or “learning by experience”.   Apart from the fact that it provides a quite straightforward, yet almost always… Read more →