Last week L’Oreal organized an informal chat with their Chief Digital Officer, Lubomira Rochet, who introduced her vision of the job and the state of the digital transformation in L’Oreal. The chat was simple, without showing off, without stonewalling. Thanks Lubomira for this opportunity and for your openmindness.
“Reconnaissance des collaborateurs : que nous réserve le digital ?” Tel était le titre de l’atelier que Franck La Pinta et moi-même avons animé tout récemment dans le cadre d’un colloque organisé par l’ANDRH et Orange Business Services, intitulé “L’homme, l’avenir du numérique”. Que fallait-il retenir de cet atelier ?
This post is part of a longer article published in a white paper (in french) dedicated to collaborative enterprise trends and sponsored by box. I don’t publish here the definition of collaboration and state of collaboration inside enteprise which was the beginning of the article.
Many people think that it is very hard to engage manager in social business project even if they are a corner stone of a digital transformation. Because it is not only about the implementation of a social enterprise network, but about transforming the organization and its business processes and management methods. I already wrote about it a few time ago and here too. But it is still valid, and during a conference devoted to the evolution of management, someone asked me at the end of my presentation on leadership in networked organization, how to integrate front managers. Here is a quick anwser, even there is not a single way or only one solution.