Sanofi x Forrester

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Digital Workplace

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The 4L retrospective allows team members to identify the positives, negatives, learnings and aspirations in a project or sprint.

5 Whys

The 5W or 5 Whys consists of asking the question why? 5 times to get to the source of a problem and find an appropriate solution.
Problem Solving


The 5W2H allows you to diagnose a situation or a problem in a precise and exhaustive way by understanding a phenomenon, a behavior or when we want to give meaning to an event.
Problem Solving

Action board

An Action board places requests on a board according to their completion.

Impact Effort matrix

The Impact Effort matrix is used to organise suggested solutions or issues based on a comparison between the effort required by the team to solve the problems and the impact the solution will have on the users.
Design Thinking


An ishikawa diagram is a visualization tool for categorizing the potential causes of a problem in order to identify a problem’s root causes.
Problem Solving


This PDCA methodology aims at improving the quality of a product or service, or a production process by following the four phases: Plan, Do, Check, Act. The objective is to encourage a virtuous circle to solve the initial problem in the long term and to innovate to continue to progress.
Problem Solving

Problem Tree

The problem tree is a logical framework and analysis tool that allows the causes and effects of a specific problem to be mapped out in order to better understand it and better consider what can be done about it.
Problem Solving

Risk matrix

The Risk matrix an analysis technique that assesses the severity of a risk in relation to the probability of its occurrence. It highlights the degree of impact of each risk.
Design Thinking

Risk matrix weighted

The Risk matrix weighted categorizes risk according to Probability and severity and ranks them for better decision-making.
Design Thinking

Skills matrix

The skills matrix is a tool used to draw a collective profile of the skills already available in a group and those that need to be enhanced, or sought outside the group.

Speed Boat

The speedboat workshop provides an opportunity to visualize and discuss the strengths and weaknesses of a team in a playful way, with the aim of continuous improvement.

Stacey matrix

The Stacey matrix displays the degree of complexity of a situation according to the level of uncertainty and the level of agreement with the situation.
Design Thinking

Stakeholder Map

The Stakeholder Map helps you to identify and map out the key influencers related to your challenge, and assess their level of influence and interest.
Design Thinking


The starfish retrospective helps teams look for areas of continuous improvement, assess the value generated by their own actions while at the same time identifying the negative points of a project.


The SWOT analysis is a compilation of your company’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Its objective is to help organizations develop a full awareness of all factors when making decisions.

Team Canvas Basic

The team canvas basic will help you align your team’s goals, values and purposes, and help team members find their role on the team. This exercise will also help you determine the overall vision of the team.
Design Thinking

Team meeting

The team meeting board helps you optimize your meeting by defining a clear structure to the topics you wish to address.