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Florent Nansé

Principal

About Florent

Florent is a Principal based in the Boston office and a member of the “Technology and Innovation Management” and “Industrial Goods & Services” Practices.

Florent has broad experience in strategic consulting in terms of anticipation (strategic plans, business planning), innovation (technology roadmapping, R&D&T processes and organization), and transformation (operational excellence, change management, PMO).

Florent is primarily active in the energy, aerospace and manufacturing industries, where he covers a broad range of topics involving strategy, technology and innovation. Florent has also gained experience in consumer goods (beauty), transport (railways), and transaction support services (due diligence).

Florent holds an Engineering degree from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers and a master’s degree in Strategic Management from HEC Paris. 
 
Florent is happily married and has a beautiful daughter.

Education

Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers (France)
Engineering degree
HEC Paris (France)
Master of Strategic Management

Past Experience

CMI
Consultant

Insights

The pandemic stress test
Alan Martinovich, Ben van der Schaaf, Florent Nansé
There’s an old joke that we may have all heard at one time or another: “My doctor asked me if I had ever had a stress test. Sure … it’s called life!” Today, and for some time to come, the COVID-19 pandemic has become part of our daily lives and is providing the biggest stress test of our lifetime.
Corporate sustainability – Using your ecosystem to sustain the ecosystem
Stefano Milanese, Carlo Stella, Martijn Eikelenboom, Trung Ghi, Florent Nansé
It has been nearly 25 years since the Brundtland Report introduced the modern concept of sustainable development, highlighting its three fundamental components – the environment, the economy, and society. Yet since then, despite the many global, regional, and local goals, pledges, and initiatives, society has been largely ineffective in transforming discussions around sustainability into concrete and strategic actions.
Automotive: Accelerating disruption through creative destruction
Alan Martinovich, Dr. Andreas Schlosser, Dr. Philipp Seidel, Florent Nansé, Bill Reeves
Thanks to the rise of electric vehicles, digital and new ownership models, the automotive market was already facing unprecedented disruption. As this article explains, the impact of COVID-19 on newcar sales accelerates the need for radical change – now is the time to turbocharge transformation efforts and seize opportunities to thrive in a post-ICE era.
Win the automotive COVID-19 rebound
Alan Martinovich, Dr. Andreas Schlosser, Florent Nansé, Bill Reeves, Dr. Ninghua Song, Dr. Philipp Seidel
Economic lockdowns in the COVID-19 crisis have quickly and severely compromised the automotive supply chain and dealerships in unprecedented ways – car sales dropped by up to 80 percent in one month and production was stopped for weeks. The recession after the crisis will cut global car demand by multi-digit percentages in 2020, followed by a slow recovery that will lag behind GDP rebound by one or two years.
Innovation purpose
Vincent Bamberger, Florent Nansé, Ben Thuriaux-Aleman, Michael Kolk, Rick Eagar
Innovation is central to success for businesses today, yet many large, asset-heavy companies with decentralized business units struggle to combine R&D agility with common, clearly communicable corporate strategies. This article, based on experience at a large global energy company, explains how a purpose-driven approach to R&D can deliver innovation agility across the organization.

Florent Nansé

Principal

USA

Contact & Follow

About Florent

Florent is a Principal based in the Boston office and a member of the “Technology and Innovation Management” and “Industrial Goods & Services” Practices.

Florent has broad experience in strategic consulting in terms of anticipation (strategic plans, business planning), innovation (technology roadmapping, R&D&T processes and organization), and transformation (operational excellence, change management, PMO).

Florent is primarily active in the energy, aerospace and manufacturing industries, where he covers a broad range of topics involving strategy, technology and innovation. Florent has also gained experience in consumer goods (beauty), transport (railways), and transaction support services (due diligence).

Florent holds an Engineering degree from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers and a master’s degree in Strategic Management from HEC Paris. 
 
Florent is happily married and has a beautiful daughter.

Education

Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers (France)
Engineering degree
HEC Paris (France)
Master of Strategic Management

Past Experience

CMI
Consultant

Insights

The pandemic stress test
Alan Martinovich, Ben van der Schaaf, Florent Nansé
There’s an old joke that we may have all heard at one time or another: “My doctor asked me if I had ever had a stress test. Sure … it’s called life!” Today, and for some time to come, the COVID-19 pandemic has become part of our daily lives and is providing the biggest stress test of our lifetime.
Corporate sustainability – Using your ecosystem to sustain the ecosystem
Stefano Milanese, Carlo Stella, Martijn Eikelenboom, Trung Ghi, Florent Nansé
It has been nearly 25 years since the Brundtland Report introduced the modern concept of sustainable development, highlighting its three fundamental components – the environment, the economy, and society. Yet since then, despite the many global, regional, and local goals, pledges, and initiatives, society has been largely ineffective in transforming discussions around sustainability into concrete and strategic actions.
Automotive: Accelerating disruption through creative destruction
Alan Martinovich, Dr. Andreas Schlosser, Dr. Philipp Seidel, Florent Nansé, Bill Reeves
Thanks to the rise of electric vehicles, digital and new ownership models, the automotive market was already facing unprecedented disruption. As this article explains, the impact of COVID-19 on newcar sales accelerates the need for radical change – now is the time to turbocharge transformation efforts and seize opportunities to thrive in a post-ICE era.
Win the automotive COVID-19 rebound
Alan Martinovich, Dr. Andreas Schlosser, Florent Nansé, Bill Reeves, Dr. Ninghua Song, Dr. Philipp Seidel
Economic lockdowns in the COVID-19 crisis have quickly and severely compromised the automotive supply chain and dealerships in unprecedented ways – car sales dropped by up to 80 percent in one month and production was stopped for weeks. The recession after the crisis will cut global car demand by multi-digit percentages in 2020, followed by a slow recovery that will lag behind GDP rebound by one or two years.
Innovation purpose
Vincent Bamberger, Florent Nansé, Ben Thuriaux-Aleman, Michael Kolk, Rick Eagar
Innovation is central to success for businesses today, yet many large, asset-heavy companies with decentralized business units struggle to combine R&D agility with common, clearly communicable corporate strategies. This article, based on experience at a large global energy company, explains how a purpose-driven approach to R&D can deliver innovation agility across the organization.