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Exchange & Change
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1 - Who we are
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YouMeO develops and applies highly agile and collaborative ...
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unique set of skills to design collaborative experiences
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// Beyond YouMeO - an accessible and responsive
innovation community
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YouMeO has built a powerful...
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Design and facilitate
Collaborative Workshops
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Scenario planning
Creativity and
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principles to fit the needs of each individual client
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Aim of the training : Introduction to Scenario Planning and first hands-on experience
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User Engagement & Business Model Workshop
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« Horizon scanning workshop »
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« Creativity and innovation on a daily basis»
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  1. 1. YouMeO Exchange & Change
  2. 2. // Content 2 YouMeO // Content // 1 - Who we are 2 - Our trainings 3 - Client references 4 - Team YouMeO
  3. 3. // YouMeO – an Open Innovation Lab … 3 YouMeO // Who we are // YouMeO develops and applies highly agile and collaborative approaches that help improve efficiency at each step of the innovation process: • Exploring futures: via different approaches (Future Expeditions, Scenario Planning, Horizon Scanning...), we support the detection and anticipation of important trends and potential game-changer dynamics in the business context in order to get ahead of the curve and build future-proof innovation strategies • Getting inspired: our ‘P2P’ consulting approach allows managers to learn from their peers in other industries who have faced similar problems; we use ‘Positive Deviance’ to detect deviant behaviours that lead to exceptional results and analyse them from different perspectives (sociological, managerial, human) in order to spread them throughout the organisation • Generating ideas: Idea Challenges, Creative Problem Solving, Design Thinking, Creativity Workshops, Communities Of Practice ... the objective of all these approaches is to mobilise the collective intelligence of employees, customers and/or other stakeholders to generate disruptive ideas and to assess them • Building business models: through methods such as Business Model Generation or Service Design we help teams to rethink existing business models or invent new ones • Accelerating execution: through our agile project management approach we help project teams to adopt a start-up culture using methods inspired by Lean Start-up, Hackathons, SCRUM, Agile PM ... these approaches are based on short work cycles, team empowerment, rapid prototyping and iterative process (test & learn)
  4. 4. // …with a wide range of resources, tools and methods to support the entire value chain of innovation 4 YouMeO // Who we are // Innovation Pipeline A B C D E Defining specific innovation domains Setting up a cutting-edge innovation strategy Generating new disruptive ideas Building new surprising business models Prototyping & Testing Innovation Strategy Futures thinking Engaging with open futures thinking • Scenario Planning • Future Expeditions • Horizon Scanning • Innovation Games • Innovation Pipeline and Resources • Innovation Domains • Creativity Workshops • Creative Problem Solving • Design Thinking • Idea Challenges • Business Model Generation • Lean Start-up • Hackathon • Industrial Design • Agile Project ManagementIndustrialization
  5. 5. // YouMeO has a strong innovation culture and provides a unique set of skills to design collaborative experiences 5 YouMeO Strong convictions forged by many challenging collaboration opportunities Scenario Planning Facilitation graphique P2P Consulting Business Model Generation Horizon Scanning Design Thinking Idea Challenges Lean Start-up Idea Machine Future Expeditions Positive Deviance Agile Project Management Some examples of our frequently used innovation approaches • Empowerment. We do not work FOR our clients, but WITH them. Our clients are the business experts, we are process and methodology experts and we know how to apply them to generate impact. • Agility. We bring a start-up culture to our clients: empathy, strong listening skills, rapid prototyping, test & learn, multiple iterations … we embrace change and are comfortable with new requirements. • Collaboration. We systematically engage with internal and external communities, trust in the collective intelligence of professional networks, and use highly participatory co- creation approaches. • Fun. We enjoy what we do and to keep the child in us awake, we use fun and “off the wall” methods to generate surprising new insights: simulation games, learning journeys, teambuilding … PARTICIPATORY CO-CONSTRUCTION DIVERSITY IMMERSION CREATIVITY INNOVATION COMMITMENT TAILOR-MADE ENGAGEMENT OPENNESS EXPERIENCE FACILITATION EXCELLENCE // Who we are //
  6. 6. // Beyond YouMeO - an accessible and responsive innovation community 6 YouMeO // Who we are // YouMeO has built a powerful innovation community of more than 500 top-notch talents Experts Experienced entrepreneurs, designers, ergonomists, web developers, humanists and social scientists, sociologists and other remarkable thinkers and doers Lateral Thinkers Researchers, students, innovators, pioneers, explorers, dreamers, extreme sports men and women … people who share a passion to think "outside the box“ and explore new territories Facilitators Coaches, innovation consultants, visual artists, moderators … people with a strong expertise and experience in the design and facilitation of innovation projects, using proven methodologies
  7. 7. // Our value propositions 7 Design and facilitate Collaborative Workshops Promote and assist with Agile Methodology YouMeO Condutct Futures Studies Create and provide Action Trainings // Who we are //
  8. 8. // Our core beliefs for a successful innovation training 8 YouMeO Learning-by-doing practical case studies and role plays to help grasp new concepts Collaborative learning peer-to-peer coaching and storytelling to learn from real experiences Theory-Practice balance an applied learning approach based on a sound theoretical foundation Practitioner-Trainers learning from practical experiences of hands-on innovation consultants Tailor-made adapted to attendees on the basis of upstream interviews and surveys Action-oriented helping participants to apply training content to their own projects // Who we are //
  9. 9. // Images of our trainings and participants’ testimonials 9 YouMeO « A training rich in content » « Frequent shifts between theory and practice » « Training adapted to the context of our organization » « Top-quality trainers that know their field from research and practice » « Bravo for the leading of the group and the overall dynamics » « Attentive trainer, the participants’ expectations were really taken into account » “Very informative both on methodology and exercises.” “The event was good, clear and value for money. Great job!” “The examples given were great.” // Who we are //
  10. 10. // Content 10 YouMeO // Content // 1 - Who we are 2 - Our trainings 3 - Client references 4 – Team YouMeO
  11. 11. // YouMeO Education – 5 trainings on innovation 11 YouMeO // Our trainings // Scenario planning Creativity and facilitation techniques Business Model Innovation and Design Thinking Innovation management Open and collaborative innovation
  12. 12. // Our entirely tailor-made trainings are based on 6 key principles to fit the needs of each individual client 12 YouMeO • We prepare our trainings according to the specific needs of our clients and we constantly adapt to participants’ feedback all way through the sessions • Training days can be consecutive or spread over time, theoretical inputs and practical exercises are adapted to the length of the programme and to the number of attendees • The presented training offer is not exclusive: we can mix different contents and blend them into a coherent training programme that fits the requirements • We adapt our focus to our clients needs, reaching from very broad conceptual overviews to very specific and practice oriented sessions • Our trainers are first and foremost innovation practitioners; therefore, our trainings are powered by our own practical experiences, loaded with examples and stories that we really lived through • We offer trainings in French, English and German languages // Our trainings // 1 2 3 4 5 6
  13. 13. 13 YouMeO Aim of the training : Introduction to Scenario Planning and first hands-on experience // Scenario Planning : training overview At the end of this training, attendees will be able to… • Design a strategic foresight project using scenarios • Identify the contextual change factors and build alternative future scenarios • Involve multiple stakeholders and integrate very different perspectives (experts, clients, partners …) • Use the foresight practitioners toolkit: horizon scanning, impact analysis, co-construction workshops, storytelling … • Identify strategic options and define a robust strategy in the face of different possible scenarios • Identify strategic areas of innovation (innovation domains) Scenario Planning enables the creation of a shared vision of possible alternative future scenarios and the development of a robust and future proof strategy in an uncertain and complex economic environment. Target audience Top executive and Director level, Senior managers and managers in charge of strategy, strategic planning, foresight, innovation, insights, … No specific prerequisites, basic introduction to scenarios // Our trainings //
  14. 14. 14 YouMeO // Scenario Planning : indicative program Day 1 Day 2 1. Ice-breaker, introductions, identification of participants expectations 2. Introduction to the Program, Agenda and Learning Journey 3. Presentation of the Scenario Planning method a. Introduction to scenarios and futures thinking, re-perceiving and re-framing b. Exploring a real-life scenarios project 4. Group work : exploring the business idea, setting the scenarios agenda, develop a focal question, setting the time horizon … 5. Presentation: time matters 6. Group session : reviewing the past and preparing the future 7. Debriefing session 1. Questions & Answers on Day 1 2. Presentation: creating scenarios a. Presenting the methodology b. Group work : inductive and deductive method, formalizing scenarios 3. Presentation: deepening and using scenarios (system thinking) 4. Group work : exploring scenarios, shaping and testing strategic options 5. Debriefing of group work: presentation of scenarios and strategic options 6. Presentation: engaging and communicating scenarios, tracking scenarios (contingency planning, use of scenarios for risk management and establishment of early warning systems) // Our trainings //
  15. 15. 15 YouMeO Aim of the training : Introduction to Business Model Generation (BMG) and Design Thinking // Business Model Innovation & Design Thinking : training overview At the end of this training, attendees will be able to… • Identify the needs and opportunities for new (global) business model • Challenge, extend or change existing BMs • Use the BMG canvas to design innovative business models • Use effective processes for testing, monitoring and controlling new BM • Understand how design thinking can support the development and execution of new business models • Execute business model innovation projects in an agile and iterative manner Target audience Top executives, Directors, VPs, Heads, Senior managers in Strategy, Foresight, Consumer insights, Business planning and development, Change management, Innovation, Research and Development, Transformation, Product management, Sales and marketing … No necessary prerequisite Business Model Generation: a method to challenge and rethink current business models and create new ones Design Thinking: a human-centred approach to innovation based on a co-creation process with customers *Business Model Generation : developed by A. Osterwalder and Y. Pigneur // Our trainings //
  16. 16. 16 YouMeO // Business Model Innovation & Design Thinking : indicative program Day 1 Day 2 1. Ice-breaker, introductions, expectations 2. Presentation of the BMG method a. Introducing the concept b. Examples with business cases 3. Group-work a. Break-out groups: Designing business models b. Plenary : Presenting the outcomes 4. Presentation of Strategic Foresight thinking a. Input: Introducing scenarios and horizon scanning b. Break-out group: SWOT and horizon scanning regarding the BM c. Plenary : Presenting the outcomes 5. Debriefing session, Q&A 1. Teambuilding, Overnight reflections on Day 1 2. Design Thinking a. Introducing the approach, methods and tools b. Break-out groups: Revisiting business models of day 1 c. Plenary : Presenting the outcomes 3. Business model innovation a. Input: Examples of Business Models Innovation projects b. Break-out groups : designing agile action plans to prototype and test the developed business models c. Plenary: Presenting the output 4. Feedback and closing of the training // Our trainings //
  17. 17. 17 YouMeO Aim of the training : Introduction to Innovation Management (processes, methods, tools, culture) // Innovation management : training overview Target audience Directors, Managers et Seniors Managers in Innovation, Strategy, Marketing, User experience, Design, Innovation project managers, … At the end of this training, attendees will be able to… • Understand and design macro innovation processes • Use the various strategic innovation frameworks for each step of the innovation process : strategy, innovation domains, ideation, business models, agile project management, rapid prototyping, experimentation, … • Develop a work environment that fosters creativity and innovation • Manage the changes induced by innovation • Execute innovation projects using “Agile” principles and methodologies Innovation management consists of steering the global innovation process, from the creation of a robust innovation strategy to defining innovation domains to generating ideas/solutions/concepts to executing innovation projects efficiently; the training provides approaches and strategic innovation frameworks for each step of the innovation process // Our trainings //
  18. 18. 18 YouMeO // Innovation management : indicative program Day 1 Day 2 1. Ice-breaker, introductions, expectations 2. Introducing the notions of innovation and creativity a. Creative confidence b. Concepts of innovation 3. The innovation strategy a. Understanding the future to define an innovation strategy b. Introducing techniques to generate ideas 4. Favourable conditions for innovation a. Organizing an idea-generating process b. Techniques for ideation 5. Debriefing session 1. Q&A on Day 1 2. Business model innovation a. Presenting the approach b. Break-out groups: designing business models and innovative concepts c. Presenting the outcomes 1. « Agile » management to execute innovation projects 2. Change management to deal with changes induced by innovation 3. Open/collaborative innovation and innovation communities 4. A new kind of management: “Freedom, Inc.” 5. Debriefing session // Our trainings //
  19. 19. 19 YouMeO Aim of the training : Setting up and sustaining a work environment that fosters creativity // Creativity and facilitation techniques : training overview Target audience Managers at all levels of the organisation, Project managers, Meeting facilitators, Coaches, … Creativity and facilitation techniques involve methods that will help groups of people better collaborate to collectively generate new ideas, evaluate and prioritise them and select a number of ideas for implementation; the training explores the conditions to spark creativity and boos the creative confidence of the participants At the end of this training, attendees will be able to… • Understand how creativity can be fostered and sustained • Apply simple and effective creativity tools and methods • Organize and create an environment that supports creativity and innovation • Design and facilitate creativity sessions • Use creativity to lead collaborative work sessions // Our trainings //
  20. 20. 20 YouMeO // Animation and creativity techniques : indicative program Day 1 Day 2 1. Introductions, identifying expectations 2. Introducing creativity and innovation a. Definitions, concepts, frameworks of creativity and innovation b. Break-out groups: metaphorical exercises 3. Conditions for creativity a. Aptitudes, attitudes, principles b. Methods, tools and simple techniques to conduct a creative research c. Break-out groups: work on case studies 4. Stimulating a team’s creativity a. Methods to facilitate creativity sessions: roles, principles b. Break-out groups: « innovation machine » 1. Questions & Answers on Day 1 2. Welcoming and strengthening the ideas of others a. Idea-generating techniques b. Break-out groups: 4 steps to a creative problem solving 3. Simplifying the appropriation of innovative ideas a. Methods to prototype and test ideas b. Break-out groups: sampling an idea and strengthening it 4. Invigorating and animating a group a. Role and expertise of the coordinator b. Group session : designing a creative workshop c. Presenting the output 5. Closing of the training // Our trainings //
  21. 21. 21 YouMeO Aim of the training : Methods, tools and techniques to foster open and collaborative innovation by involving the ecosystem in the innovation process // Open innovation : training overview Target audience Business manages in public and private organizations, Innovation managers, Marketing and User Experience managers, … At the end of this training, attendees will be able to… • Mobilize a large ecosystem of an organization to foster innovation and collaboration • Organize idea challenges: creativity workshops, calls for ideas/projects/partners, design thinking approaches, … • Use the ‘collective intelligence’ of the crowd to come up with fresh ideas • Master tools to manage innovation communities (online and offline) • Apply new methods of innovation management with an outward perspective Open innovation is a type of innovation which relies on collaboration with an organization’s larger ecosystem including customers, suppliers, partners, start-ups, large companies …the approach assumes that organizations can and should use external ideas as well as internal ideas as they look to advance their products, services and technologies. // Our trainings //
  22. 22. 22 YouMeO // Open innovation : indicative program 1. Ice-breaker, introductions, expectations 2. Introducing the concept of “Open Innovation” a. Definition, stakes and purposes b. Examples of business cases 3. Methods and approaches to “Open Innovation”? a. Different open innovation strategies : calls for ideas, problem resolution challenges, idea contests, suggestion boxes, ideation platforms, social business networks, beta-tester / extreme user / lead user focus groups, Hackathons using Open Data & APIs, Partnerships with start- ups, corporate venturing … b. Presenting various real-life examples 4. Design and facilitation of an idea challenge a. Techniques to prepare, facilitate, evaluate and exploit the outputs of an idea challenge b. Break-out group: work on a case study c. Presenting the outcomes 5. The importance and role of community management and communication to mobilize stakeholders 6. Feedback and closing // Our trainings //
  23. 23. // Content 23 YouMeO // Content // 1 – Who we are 2 - Our trainings 3 - Client references 4 – Team YouMeO
  24. 24. 24 YouMeO // Client references // // Our customers are our best ambassadors, feel free to contact them ! Sharon Leong General Manager Digital Government Enablement + 60 12 39 23 337 sharonleong@mdec.com.my Felix J. Perera Executive Director +603 7664 1180 felix@coreventus.com Franck Constant Director Quality Management +33 4 50 65 46 67 +33 6 61 58 00 72 Franck.Constant@salomon.com Véronique Vayssière Ongoing Training Department Delegation of Human Resources +33 5 49 49 78 78 Veronique.VAYSSIERE@reseau-canope.fr Angela Wilkinson Counselor for Strategic Foresight - OECD +33 1 45 24 74 65 angela.wilkinson@oecd.org Siti Esah Bt. Salleh Managing Director Conference & Training +60124921084 sitiesah@traxiusglobal.com
  25. 25. 25 YouMeO User Engagement & Business Model Workshop • Multi-disciplinary team of MDEC directors and managers + external experts • Key note speech on user engagement in public services • 1 day action-learning workshop on Business Model Innovation « Strategic Foresight and Scenario Planning » • Strategic Foresight and Scenario Planning methodologies as tools to navigate the future in turbulent contextual situations • 20 strategists, VPs, directors, managers and executives • 2 day action-training programme in 2016 « Business model innovation and Design thinking » • See content below « Business model innovation and Design Thinking » • Introducing the Business Model Canvas and Design Thinking methodologies • +100 innovators, strategists, change makers, intrapreneurs and design executives • Several one to two-day action-training sessions between 2013 and 2016 // Client references //
  26. 26. 26 YouMeO « Horizon scanning workshop » • Introduction to horizon scanning and strategic foresight methods • 100 participants from various OECD departments • 4 one-day action-learning workshops « Governance and innovation strategy » • Rethinking the corporate innovation strategy and defining key innovation domains • 50 members of Executive Committee and the Corporate Innovation Project Team • Several action-learning workshops « Innovation management » • Introduction to innovation management: approaches, methods, tools, culture • 2x25 Top-executives and High-potentials • 2 sessions of 2,5 days each // Client references //
  27. 27. 27 YouMeO « Creativity and innovation on a daily basis» • Creativity and innovation management training for all managers of the company • 100 Top-executives and managers • 10 one-day sessions of 10 participants each « Aligning the Top-executive team around an internal innovation programme» • Clarifying the new innovation strategy and co-creating a process of collaborative innovation management • 30 Top-executives and members of the Innovation Project Team • Two-day action-training workshop « Creativity and innovation management » • Encouraging innovation culture and creative management • 100 High-potentials • 2 sessions of 2 days each altering plenary sessions and break-out groups // Client references //
  28. 28. 28 YouMeO « Customer relationship management and Design Thinking » • Redesigning the customer experience and relationship of the French Railways • 30 National and regional key account managers • 1,5 days action-learning workshop « Business model innovation » • Business model innovation module of an international railway management course • 30 young railway talents and international railway executives • 2 modules of 1,5 days of action-learning // Client references // « Customer relationship management and Design Thinking » • Introducing different approaches to open innovation • 10 regional Top-executives of the headquarters in Dakar • 2 half-day collaborative training sessions
  29. 29. // Content 29 YouMeO // Content // 1 – Who we are 2 - Our trainings 3 - Client references 4 - Team YouMeO
  30. 30. // YouMeO Founders 30 YouMeO // Team YouMeO // Raphael Beziz Gilles Martin Martin Mayer Martin is a foresight and innovation consultant with expertise across various business sectors. He has held several roles, including change agent, consultant, facilitator, trainer and new business developer. He works on a variety of engagements, with a special focus on combining strategic analysis (including scenarios) and innovation. He was recently involved in the development of scenarios on the future of the global financial system, long-term scenarios for the global food and agriculture system, and a project on emerging issues for mining and metals. He graduated from the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration and is an alumni of Oxford Scenarios Programme. He is co- founder of YouMeo. Graduated with a Master of Science from Columbia University and from Ecole Centrale de Lyon, Raphael started his career as an associate for Merrill Lynch in the “equity derivatives” team. He has worked as a consultant for PMP on various innovative projects such as deployment of new telecommunication infrastructure, digitization of library collections, smart home, datacenter and cloud computing,... He is familiar with a large range of foresight and innovation methods such as horizon scanning, scenario planning, business model generation and design thinking … Graduate from HEC and holding a Master in Business Law ( Paris 2 ), Gilles Martin is the President of the strategy, innovation and management consulting firm PMP , which he founded with his partners in 2003. He was a partner of KPMG Peat Marwick and CSC . He edits the " Zone Franche" blog since 2006 and published in 2013 " Zone Franche : When management meets culture " (Editions du Palio). In 2013, he co-founded YouMeO.

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