Tools to start changing... now

Innovative organisations all have one thing in common: They recognize that failure is a necessary moment on the way to learning. Are you ready to change your organisation for the best? All you have to do is to start. I'll be here to support you when you make the leap.


The good news is that you can learn these methods and start applying them right away. Actually the more you use them, the more you learn.

Contact me directly to discuss your organisational challenges.

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Agile framework

The Agile framework is at the heart of innovation strategies. Why? Because it creates an environment of constant experimentation and learning. The focus of Agile is to deliver small portions of a product and to test them right away.

"Inspect and Adapt" is the motto of the Agile practitioner.

Even though Agile first emerged in software development, it is totally possible to use and apply these methods in other fields and industries. The most common frameworks are Scrum and Kanban. They offer a simple set of rules that you can just follow to get started. Once you get more confident, you will be able to customize them for your needs. The Agile philosophy is all about finding what suits your team best.

Team in a daily stand-up

You can already start working in Agile with a few simple steps. All you will need is an open mind and a drive to work in a team that will be more engaged, energized and happy.

Agile is not just limited to IT companies or coding geniuses! It is suitable for all sorts of projects. Find out why in my blog series: Why is Scrum so much fun?

Lean startup

Like Scrum, the "Lean startup" movement has its roots in the Lean philosophy that originated at Toyota. In the landmark book that gave a name to the Lean startup movement, Eric Ries endeavoured to formalize the methods and best practice that would allow any future entrepreneur to replicate innovation processes.

At the center of the Lean startup is the the build-­measure-­learn feedback loop.

In a context of innovation, progress is measured with a specific kind of unit, called "validated learning".

In the wake of Ries, a whole ecosystem of entrepreneurs is blooming and assembling numerous tools, techniques and tips on how to innovate better and faster.

I have tested a lot of them, and I know that it can be tricky to find your way in this maze.

If you want to get started but feel a bit lost, I would be happy to look into it with you. Feel free to get in touch!

Game thinking

Game thinking is a branch of design thinking that focuses on user engagement and retention. Games are incredibly engaging; they can teach us a lot about behaviours, management, and human interactions in general.


Serious games, gamification, applied games... with a diversity of shapes and formats, playfulness has started to invaded organisations and society at large. Why? Because it makes life more exciting!

Harnessing the knowledge, skills and techniques of game design, Game thinking is a user-centric approach that aims at creating amazing experiences.

Learn to think like a Game Designer and you will gain the freedom to experiment new creative spaces. Learn to think like a Game Designer and you will find surprising solutions to the most pressing problems of your business or organisation. 

But be warned... you might have fun in the process!


The future of work is now. It has already started.

Are you ready to take the leap?
Change now and unleash the innovative potential of your team.
The time has come to bring your organisation to the next level.