Management support : This new service will help you to succeed in the success of an ambitious project:
– Implementation of a new governance
– Creation of a new development project
– Improvement of the decision process in a Board of Directors
– To prepare a a merge between entities (departments or services).
We act as a project manager, independent and neutral, acting for the company, NGO or a community. We bring an external analysis, acting without dampening influence or prevarication. We fix from the very beginning a framework for analysis and criteria for results.
Diagnosis for management positioning: How to be sure about the management dimension? To tackle with ease particular business circumstances and incoming challenges, this diagnosis will enable you to calibrate exactly the scope, organization and size of your management.
According to the size of your company, this service offers a training from 3 to 6 days, at the end of which your management will be measured and reconfigured to succeed a key moment of your company’s life.
Giuseppe Davide Cioffo is a PhD candidate at the Louvain-La-Neuve University (Belgium), studying socio-ecological changes engendered by state programmes for agricultural modernisation in Rwanda. Before starting his PhD research, Mr Cioffo worked within the civil society in Benin, taking care of participative management for natural resources and participative action for rural communities. He is the co-author of the Documentary ‘Best Before – The London Food Revolution’, about price food crisis in 2007-2008 and its ties with the english food system and alternative food production and distribution. Mr Cioffo’s interests and skills vary from climate change to agricultural sustainibility, inequalities and social justice.
Benjamin Chemouni holds a Master in Economy and Finance from the political science institute (IEP) of Aix en provence and a Master in Anthropology from the London School of Economics (LSE). He was a manager for a business strategy consultancy firm (Neovian Partners ) from 2009 to 2012. He’s currently a PhD candidate for the LSE, within the department of international development. His research focuses on the efficiency difference between Rwanda and Burundi.
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