Innovation & agility

Livre Développer un produit innovant avec les méthodes agiles aux Editions Eyrolles

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Trained as an electrical engineer and a researcher (PhD), I have always worked in R&D, in various positions, for multiple product ranges.
Within Schneider Electric, an industrial company, I have been involved in engineering, marketing and project management.
With my successive teammates, I discovered and practiced agility to develop and launch on the market innovative products or software.
Leading a group of men & women to satisfy their customers and, at the same time, to increase the profitability of the company is a stimulating and addictive challenge.
The smiles of the team during the development and just after the launch are a powerful motivation.

Step by step, innovation and agility became not only my job but also a passion and a topic for training and thinking.
For more than 15 years, I am teaching innovation and agile project management at Grenoble University and also now in Tunisia.
The final sequence of the course is a project serious game where the students, organized in teams, develop and launch an innovative product in a few hours.

This course is now in English! To download it, please click here.

I also wrote a book published in 2011 by Éditions Eyrolles “How to develop an innovative product with agile methods?”.
Frequently, I publish on my blog chronicles about agility, innovation and the societal changes they induced.
I am now also posting short videos on YouTube about these topics (in French).

Now, I have co-founded in Grenoble, with Anne Munchenbach, the consulting firm innotelos | vitamins for innovation to support innovating companies & organizations in 2 domains : agility & project management and marketing & strategy.
innotelos | vitamins for innovation (Grenoble)

If you are interested by innovation, agility & strategy, feel free to contact innotelos.

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J'accuse Émile Zola de brouiller notre vision de l'économie LPFR#11

J'accuse Emile Zola de fausser notre perception de l'économie LPFR#11

Nous sommes désormais plus nombreux à avoir un travail intangible plutôt que matériel.
Avec pour répercussion que notre temps de travail et notre production ne sont plus directement liés, comme ils l'étaient dans l’usine d'Henry Ford ou l'usine d'Émile Zola.
Aussi, Germinal ne saurait inspirer notre compréhension de l'économie de la connaissance.


Didier Lebouc