What, in your eyes, sets Keyrus Management apart?
Keyrus Management's ambition is to deliver high-added-value consulting, by guiding businesses throughout the whole life cycle of projects, from the formulation of their strategy to the steering of its implementation. In our assignments - and this is one of the specificities of Keyrus Management - we rely as much as possible on the analysis of data existing in the business. Client data, financial or HR data, combined with external data ...: a formidable wealth of data exists in businesses which is still largely under-utilised, and which can be a lever to renew the consulting exercise.
Are there other areas of focus which you are looking to develop?
I think that businesses have assimilated and taken ownership of a significant part of the methods which made up the added value of consulting some fifteen years ago. That makes them more demanding towards us, which is a good thing and forces us to innovate. Keyrus Management tries to take this new reality into account by working extensively on the collaborative dimension in order to help organisations leave behind the silo logic which paralyses them.
What is your role on a daily basis?
It is twofold: steering the assignments that we undertake with our clients and ensuring that they are successful, and guiding the commercial development of the Firm. My expertise in the areas of multi-channel and digital naturally lead me to work more specifically on these themes and to promote the savoir-faire and the projects of the firm in this field.
Did the entrepreneurial challenge attract you?
It is very stimulating to be associated with the development of a firm and to demonstrate to the market the value of what it contributes. For me, it is also a new professional cycle and an adventure which is all the more interesting to experience given that it is at the same time intellectual, operational and human.