Besides the necessary vision of a strategic mission, the success of organisations is intimately linked to their operational performance. We have identified four pillars of learning method Mecett:
The continuous improvement of the organisation on all processes that contribute to its mission but also the quality of its products or services. This improvement translates in measurable and progressive goals with development cycles always shorter. The operational goals are the red son of the method.
The development of skills necessary to achieve these objectives include an increased capacity for adaptation, or even change to face a permanent economic, social and ecological mutation.
The safeguarding and development of know-how and knowledge be major competitive advantages of enterprises, but often volatile.
The pride of belonging or the adhesion in the corporate culture.