Jamstorming is almost launched!

Our brand new remotely controlled app will be very soon available for our first customers. We will update our website in the coming hours.

We are proud to use it with our first customers for this new version already in june.

The Organic Enterprise

Leading organizations in our post-industrial era are made up of networked creative individuals engaging in spontaneous interactions. Their shared activities and intersubjectivity enable positive responses to challenges.

Today’s mechanistic organizations must evolve to adopt an organic enterprise architecture. This in turn can/will generate more commitment and agility. An organic enterprise is one where forms, methods and patterns are shaped as in living systems like cells or organisms up to populations, communities, and full ecosystems.

An organic organization develops purposeful, emergent, user-centric and collaborative methods that continuously enhance learning, curiosity, creativity and efficiency. This provides them with unique advantages to adapt to the needs of all stakeholders in the customer value stream.

From silos to porous membranes, from owning to sharing, from control to trust, from linear processes to social technologies, a new kind of leadership has to emerge.

99possums est né!

Lorsque j’étais enfant j’ai lu un livre merveilleux de Frank Tashlin, “L’opposum qui avait l’air triste”. Je crois que ce livre m’a accompagné longtemps. Il m’accompagne encore. Et crée quelque chose aujourd’hui…

“The Possum that didn’t”book, titre original de ce petit livre de 1950 raconte l’histoire d’un opposum épanoui dans l’environnement qu’il s’est choisi. Il aborde un large sourire mais le fait qu’il se tienne la tête en bas est trop pour le manque d’empathie des hommes qui le croisent et se mettent en tête de le rendre heureux à leur manière… sans lui demander ce qui est important pour lui, sans lui demander comment il voit les choses. Persuadés qu’il y réussissent, ils dégoutent l’opossum qui quitte le monde qu’ils lui avaient imposé.

Une belle analogie du monde du travail sans nul doute: Read more