For me, it was the first trigger… because at the time, I was doing everything for others because I thought I knew how to do better than others and that it would go faster. And in fact, it’s a belief.
I have testimonies from my collaborators in the book. For example, the possibility that is given, whereas we were a very small structure at the time, via this model, to be able to change functions. For example, I have a computer graphics designer in the company, who is now in the digital department. One day he came into my office thinking, “I want to change my job”. In an SME like ours, it was still complicated! And in fact, as they went along, they were given the time they needed to train and change careers completely.
And that is possible through what we have implemented internally in terms of collective intelligence. Collective intelligence, for me, is several elements. The first is to move a team from obedience to autonomy and co-responsibility. When we say “autonomy and co-responsibility” it is really the possibility of changing things in the company.