The blog for sharing different experiences

The smallest are the most flexible


It is know – such a great and famous sentence from a HBO series, small companies are the ones who try and use the most flexible solutions to the matters they meet.

I will here describe the best solutions I would recommend everyone to institute in his own company.

The open space is a large office with all the team inside the same room. Actually the open space, when it is well organized, has the advantage of being calm enough to work in peace and he is noisy enough so that we feel we are in a group and we cannot get bored of the day.  Moreover this is a space where information passes easily and quickly therefore everyone knows the affairs and matters of the company. As a result, all the member of the staff know what happens in the company and feel included in the organisation, they are someone in the firm more than just someone working for it.

Furthermore, this free space helps everyone to create link and overcome their fear of communicate with each other. Then, mutual aid enters in the processes of the company as well as in day-to-day matters and work. This is a positive gain for the work of each worker n the company who will feel at his office as if he was at home with all his family. I would add that open space may help people (or lead them to) mutual assistance, but this should be the first idea of everyone when they need help: find assistance in intern rather than the internet.

I advise all companies to get started with open data software. There are huge communities which work to develop these software. The files’ formats are standard so it can be used by several other software and we can find a lot of help with the internet. In addition, the term free is eloquent enough and implies huge economy for a firm. i would say the free software is safer than private one because you will never suffer from a developer’s bankruptcy.

 


Category: Europe

Top five most interesting things discovered during my internship

For this article, I decided to make a top 5 to classify in such a way organize all aspects that may be imported or just inspired France.I should point out that the order of this ranking is the result of my viewing, but this can vary between people.
 
5. Foods
Regarding Barcelona, the food is very …


Category: Europe, Spain
Read More

Decathlon Sports India, a 1000 stores challenge!

Decathlon Sports India, a 1000 stores challenge!
My first articles have been focused on my life in India. You already know what do I think about he country, people, what I like to do during me free time.
But you don’t know why have I been hired in Bangalore. In this first article, you will learn …


Category: Asia, India
Read More

The Tanzanian system

I have been in Tanzania for 5 months. I discovered a new culture and a new way of working. This article is very difficult because I have to show you the good manners of the company and the country and how we can insert them in the European system. In general, we try to …


Category: Africa, Tanzania
Read More

From Cradle to Grave

I am doing my internship at Parametric Technology Corporation®, or PTC® with a team of consultants on the deployment of a Product Lifecycle Management software. The client is in the automotive industry.
I will first describe you briefly what is Product Lifecycle Management then I will present you Windchill® collaborative information management software. Finally, I …


Category: Europe, Germany
Read More

Top 5 – Best practice in German industry

 
We have all heard of the “Deutsche Qualität”, and the German industrial success story.
Through my internship here I’ve experienced the origins of this fame.
It comes from the deep business culture anchored in German society.
The root of a company being the employees, I decided to study a little closer how workers are treated and what …


Category: Germany
Read More

The German model, one based on respect

As regards the mode of German life and particularly that of Freiburg, a green city, recycling is  anchored in local traditions.  The youngers learn to sort waste, among glasses, plastics, paper / cardboard, anything that is organic, fabrics, and leftovers. Their way of life is always very  respectful, with Nature or Humankind.
Germans are very …


Category: Germany
Read More

Chinese history started before bronze age

Leiho Leiho! This, is the Cantonese for Ni Hao, or hello. In Guangzhou people actually speak Cantonese (Guangdong hua, the language of Guangdong province), this is one of the particularities of Chinese culture. Each region has its own dialect: In Shanghai they speak Shanganese, in Taiwan Taiwanese, in Hunan (the food is so spicy …


Category: Asia, China
Read More

The geographic and linguistic-cultural region of India.

The southern part of India touches the Indian Ocean and is rich in wildlife, flora and fauna. We can find many temples in this region.
Geographically, South India is a vast triangular peninsula, bounded on the west by the Arabian Sea and on the east by the Bay of Bengal.
As linguistic, cultural and political south …


Category: Asia, India
Read More

广州福思洒业有限公司 (Fu Si Wines Co., Ltd)

Greetings!
Today, I will talk to you about my company. Its western name (just like Chinese people who work with foreigners give themselves a Western name, Chinese companies often have both a Western and a Chinese name) is Foswine International. So as you might have understood, we work in the wine business. Its creator, my …


Category: Asia, China
Read More