Be healthy to be beautiful
The beauty industry is in full mutation: under the skin, the cells!
Tesla Challenge: what industrial strategy for Europe?
With its recent stock market successes, Tesla presents more than ever a challenge to the European automotive industry. What are the avenues identified a year ago in the Mosquet-Pélata report to meet this challenge?
10 Tips from the Chief Digital Officer of a major energy company
What should a Chief Digital Officer do, and how should he do it? Ten tips based on the experience of a large group in the energy sector.
The Future of Work: Utopia or Dystopia?
The future of work can be saved from sinking in dystopia on one condition: everyone must cultivate an entrepreneur mindset within themselves.
San Francisco: a story that begins with the end
Jump inside the Silicon Valley Tech Ecosystem with Albert Meige and his HEC MBA students, using the Open Organization analytical framework developed by Presans as a compass!
Mobility: the reader’s guide
Mobility is a field undergoing significant disruption, which Presans has been keeping an eye on for a few years now. We put together a reader’s guide to provide orientation within this teeming jungle.
The second round of Tesla vs German carmakers
The ongoing competition between Tesla and the German carmakers is entering a phase of heightened uncertainty. While Tesla fights to overcome its vulnerabilities, The Germans struggle to generate enthusiasm for their new direction.
Renault: holding the line
Beyond the shockwaves generated by the Ghosn affair, certain developments within Renault deserve to be taken note of and interpreted within the Open Organization analytical framework.
Blablacar / Flixbus: Major land war coming up in Europe
After conquering their respective home markets, Blablacar and Flixmobility are converging upon each other with hostile intent. As both prepare for war, let’s use the analytical framework of the Open Organization to review what they bring to the field.
Becoming a data-driven enterprise in three steps
Most companies are aware of the importance of data, even if they are not in the front rank when it comes to exploiting data. Among the five specificities of Open Organizations, being data-driven is the one that makes it possible to convert a knowledge advantage into a market power advantage.