Transformation & Change - Mews Partners

Frédéric Miazga

Partner | IEP / ESSEC

Sabine Dehais

Associate Partner | ESCP Europe

Rémy Dubois-Gaché

Manager | Montpellier Business School

Success isn’t based on the ability to simply change. It is based on the ability to change faster than the competition, customers and business.
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Frédéric Miazga

IEP / ESSEC

A graduate of the IEP of Paris (1983) and the ESSEC (1986), Frédéric first held operational and management positions at IBM France for 9 years, before accompanying industrial and energy clients at IBM Global Services and Capgemini Consulting for 17 years. He joined Mews Partners in 2013 to launch the practice Management, bringing his experience in transformation projects and performance research, as well as his knowledge of the manufacturing industry.

Sabine Dehais

ESCP Europe

Diplômée de l’ESCP, Sabine a commencé sa carrière en 1999 chez Capgemini Consulting puis Capgemini Aerospace & Defence. Durant sa carrière, elle travaille pour des acteurs industriels variés : luxe, automobile, énergie, dermo-cosmétique, aéronautique et spatial. Sabine a rejoint Mews Partners en 2012 pour s’investir sur les sujets de transformation et de change management. Elle accompagne également ses clients sur des sujets d’excellence opérationnelle et de performance. Elle développe aujourd’hui nos offres autour de l’accompagnement humain, les nouveaux modes d’organisation et de gouvernance.

Rémy Dubois-Gaché

Montpellier Business School

According to recent surveys, more than 70% of medium-large companies are planning or running a “transformation program”. They want a step-change in their business & operations performance, fast and broad impacts on their P&L, as well as deeper adaptations to moving strategic environments.

Whether it is part of a digital transformation plan, cost reduction, business reorganization, integration of post-merger subsidiaries… we help executives to set a realistic level of ambition, to dare reinvent themselves, to rely on collective intelligence with an approach that “makes sense” for the people and ensures a quick and sustainable return on investment.

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recently supported programs

6-18

assignment duration in months

20%

yearly EBIT impact

The key actions to plan when starting a transformation process

The initial diagnosis enables to define the key start actions: ensure that the relevant level of ambition is shared, select the right levers, dare to reinvent practices and organisation when needed, define the ROI and what can be promised to shareholders, define how to measure results, monitor impacts and orient actions, start to generate adherence among teams.

How to unleash the energy of your employees to succeed in your transformation

A transformation must be thought of as a journey involving management and teams. Beyond making sense (Why-What-How), transformation must inspire and take advantage of collective intelligence. We bring leaders and co-workers together during key events (Boost & Engage sessions), or by using our digital platform (Mews Booster). We reinforce alignment and motivation to change and allow everyone to become an actor. We foster a strong collective dynamic by combining emotional and rational interactions.

Succeed the digital transformation with the women & the men of your company

While many companies only focus on technology, tools and data to initiate their digital transformation, we are convinced that it is key to first consider human and managerial issues, as this move will be a cultural shift. Therefore, assessing the digital readiness is a critical prerequisite and will help to put the organisation in line with its ambitions. Through a digital readiness diagnosis, we build together a realistic action plan that makes sense for management and teams.

Our value proposition in 4 steps

Our robust approach, regularly proven with testimonials, allows to secure the achievement of results and the onboarding of teams. The design and construction stages allow in a few weeks to choose the right battles, the right targets and the right trajectory. We work with managers and opinion leaders to turn them into drivers of change.

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Design a Transformation Strategy

Run a business diagnosis, and uncover the actual pain points, opportunities, business model weaknesses, profitability drivers; review the company’s operating model efficiency; set priorities for short term impacts, as well as deeper adaptations and challenges; decide a roadmap, with the right pace and balance of actions.

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Build a robust Transformation Program

Establish a structured set of “workstreams” and “workpackages” to tackle the needed actions; elaborate a set of plans with schedules, resources, deliverables; set up a governance at the right levels, with animation and communication rituals; provide a toolset for reporting on results, focused on the “just needed” information.

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Onboard the management layers and drive change

Develop the “springboard” vision and align the management layers with the needs, issues and root causes that drive transformation priorities; analyse managerial and social levers to develop the right change management strategy covering all teams.

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Monitor progress and deliver results

Monitor progress, benefits and risks; identify weaknesses and strengthen teams with experts, provide the right level of resources needed to solve complex problems; recognize successes, value teams. React and face difficulties; adapt the program pragmatically.

Discover our stories

Change management for an aerospace major player

General competitiveness plan and change management. A renewed growth with sustainable improvement dynamics…and mobilized teams to perform the transformation.

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Definition and implementation of a business recovery plan

Our client company set the ambitious objective to earn 7 EBIT points in one year, to achieve a key milestone in its return to profitability.

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Align with the business strategy and boost sales

In a context of strong evolution in its core markets (new technologies, new entrants, etc.), our customer must embark on a transformation program and revitalize its sales performance.

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News

Filming of the show “One on one decision makers” with BFM Business

2018/03/12

Our managing partners share with you their point of view on the digital transformation of companies.

Executive Club Transformation #2

2018/03/30

On the 29th of March, Mews Partners organised the second edition of its Transformation Executive Club.
On the program: the human and managerial challenges of Digital Transformation.

Executive Club Transformation #1

2017/05/30

Mews Partners organised its first Executive Club Transformation. On the agenda: what transformation for what results? Straightening up? Rupture? Digital?

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