- (innovation) strategy, where do we want to go and why?
- portfolio management, how do we ensure that we do the right things and do this in the right way?
- innovation process, how do we get from idea to realization?
- innovation accounting, how do we measure that we are successful?
- tools and techniques, which tools and techniques do we use when and how do we apply them in our context?
- team dynamics, how do you ensure a good team composition and healthy team dynamics?
Joyce is organizationally strong and result-oriented. Words that characterize Joyce are curious, pragmatic, energetic, challenging and cheerful. Joyce is active on the full breadth of Pimcy's offer, i.e. organize, innovate, learn en digitize.
Peter supports companies and organizations in developing innovative capacity resulting in more visibility, grip and results from innovation. In other words, achieving innovation excellence. He is also a teacher at Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences. His motto: “Innovation is a profession that you can learn”. At Pimcy he focuses on to organize en learn for Pimcy.
Hannelore helps organizations to create a creative and visual way to tackle issues. She brings business processes and provides insight into bottlenecks and possibilities for innovation. Hannelore has in-depth knowledge of long-term care and the social domain, and at Pimcy focuses on the components innovate en learn for Pimcy.
Stéphane has been working with large and/or small organizations for more than 20 years setting up a Human Centric Design process. He adapts the Design thinking process to an innovative and pragmatic workshop approach: Design Sprint in all its forms. Stéphane teaches, among other things, the French-language Design Thinking courses which Pimcy gives for Cevora and lives in Brussels. Stéphane focuses on innovate en learn for Pimcy.
Denisa is an experienced service and experience designer, scrum master and trainer. She has broad experience in setting up Design Thinking as a consultant within business services and lives in Brussels. Denisa teaches, among other things, the French and English courses Design Thinking which Pimcy gives for Cevora. Denisa focuses on innovate en learn for Pimcy.
Hugo has years of experience with “lean” innovation. Motto; “Trying is easier than predicting”. For Hugo, people are key to change, so he has specialised as a team coach. Hugo has a holistic view on the topic, and can be involved in organize, innovate en to learn.
Anja helps companies and brands to build relevant and meaningful relationships with their customers throughout the life cycle. Anja is specialized in CRM, customer segmentation, customer journey, everything with focus on the customer. Anja focuses on innovate en learn for Pimcy. She facilitates in both the Dutch and French language.
This is what we do it for: helping customers achieve their goals.
Below you will find a selection of companies for whom Pimcy has provided innovation workshops or projects, either directly or in collaboration with another party. If you hover over the logo, you can also see what we have done.
We called Joyce at the moment we were looking for a trainer to set up our first innovation training program for trainees. She listened carefully to understand our goals and our context, she challenged our initial ideas and developped a tailor made proposal that addressed much more than what we had in mind: more than learning tools and techniques, we have a program that involves our whole organization to ensure what trainees learn is not 'lost' at the end of the program but becomes' built-in 'our ways of working, a program where trainees develop the '21 century capabilities' and become entrepreneurs within a self-managing team, a program that supports our culture change program Go Blue to develop Infrabel towards an agile, attractive and innovative organization. She was also a perfect coach for me as I am setting up and managing this project within Infrabel ICT. I would definitely recommend to contact Joyce for your innovation related change project.
In two consecutive years, Joyce made her formidable contribution to the “Cosun Innovation Day” by providing a number of very educational and fascinating workshops. These customer-specifically tailored workshops have contributed to a great extent to offer new insights in the field of properly and quickly mapping the customer's wishes: Customer Journey mapping, Playing Lean and Value Proposition Canvas. One by one very inspiring, relevant and fun workshops!
We have deployed “A Day in the Life of a Startup” in honor of our 50th anniversary with a select group of colleagues and clients. The setup, variety, tension and time pressure of this serious game ensured that you got sucked into it. As a result, we have been able to strengthen the personal bond with clients and we have learned that too many developments in business services are still based on assumptions. We will deal with this differently from now on.
The Pimcy approach is distinctive because theory is immediately translated to one's own situation. We still use a number of the tools provided to ensure that we always reason from the customer in our innovation processes.
Joyce did a good job last year with the initial set-up of portfolio management for Rabobank innovations. She is very knowledgeable, hands on and a lot of fun to work with.