Based in Paris, I am a Partner within People & Strategy specializing in Strategy and Performance plans. My focus is helping our clients define and implement their transformation projects driven by changes in their market or by necessary advancements in their operating model.
Most of my projects have been for industrial accounts (CAC40 and SMEs) in the Automotive, Aerospace/Defense and Oil & Gas businesses. My experience serving these clients has enabled me to develop a complete range of “performance-related” methodologies (re-engineering, lean management, ZBB, ABC, SSC, social engineering, dashboards/KPIs, Active Manager) as well as “strategic-related” ones (market studies, M&A, business development). My clients benefit from my tailored approach, in which I take into account their specific issues and objectives. My goal is to deliver pragmatic results.
These approaches and culture of pragmatic results are key to the objectives that I have defined and promoted via our Performance Improvement Center of Competencies. The primary focus is on Innovation (best practices, benchmarks, trends, new approaches, especially digital ones) and Development (multiple trainings and internal/external sharing sessions).
After graduating from both Ecole Polytechnique and Politecnica Madrid in Industrial Engineering, I joined BearingPoint in 2006 as a trainee in our Strategy team. Over the past ten years, I assisted our clients in key General Management projects, focusing either on Performance Plan or Strategy Definition (market positioning, business development, M&A).
In 2015, I took the lead of our Performance Improvement center of competencies and offerings for our France-Belgium-Netherlands region. The goal was to develop and spread our know-how in terms of performance approaches (organization, performance management, process reengineering, cost reduction, continuous improvement).
My focus: defining ambitious but realistic plans, balancing challenge and buy-in, and developing people (internal and external teams).
A great plan that cannot be implemented is still a bad plan.