Upheavals and maturity
A cautious path towards artificial intelligence and the base of a full immersion in the knowledge transmission process.
For more than 23 years, I have worked in the Web and programming industry, in the creation/Management of editorial and multimedia content including graphic and visual arts on two continents, in North America and Europe.
Polyglot (6 main languages, basis for 6 other languages), french, italian and canadian national, I held positions that were as complementary as they were diverse, all logical steps of a constant professional progression.
On the form, as an employee, consultant, manager, director and entrepreneur, from the most classical to the most imposing companies.
Basically, as an infographic designer, graphic designer, developer and Web designer, programmer-analyst, Lead Designer, commercial, project manager, editorialist-analyst, artistic director and technical director.
But both in the world of work and in the world of university (and more generally in the world of teaching), I have been able to observe around me a significant number of failures in the transmission of clear strategic information, consequent managerial mistakes and frequent misunderstanding of a particular problem.
This resulted in regular loss of motivation and mistrust by my superiors, colleagues, collaborators, partners and service providers regarding the projects they managed.
Aware of these problems, I have therefore been constantly developing more efficient tools and methodologies over the years. Knowing that everything remains perfectible and time-consuming in the digital world, we naturally had to find the balance between feasibility, time management, control of adequate resources... and the initial achievement of objectives.