For over thirty years, I have been working at the intersection between design and management: sometimes, this has the form of a breakpoint when a design culture cannot be linked to management thinking; sometimes, the form of an expanding gap when design and management processes do not engage; or of a divide when the organizational structure does not allow effective collaboration between designers and managers. But one thing is sure: without design, management is pointless; without management, design is useless – both need each other to create added value.

Bringing design and management together always means adapting the organization of participants, involved parties and processes: The work on design also implies working on the organization! That’s why design is not only the task of designers but also that of managers.
Whether in my professorship, in consulting or with the development of methods for corporate management, I aim to develop people and their organizations so that they can reconcile design and management to create added value.