pablo pernot

Pablo Pernot

About me

After a master’s degree in Monty Python, a DEA in nonsense and absurdity, the beginning of a doctorate in cinematographic comedy, it seems normal that I have embarked on the management and management of change, it is - finally - a logical continuation. Currently considered an experienced actor in organizational management (holacracy, sociocracy, agile, lean, kanban), I support large groups in their trajectories.


Since 2015 I am delighted to have joined beNext, as Managing Director.



Co-author with Laurent Morisseau of Kanban, l’approche en flux pour l’entreprise agile chez Dunod, in french. EAN 9782100781058, june 2019.

Kanban is a Japanese word meaning "label". The Kanban system was developed in the Japanese automotive industry in the 1950s to manage flows, particularly on assembly lines. Then it was adapted in the 2000s to the world of IT development where it became one of the main agile methods. Today Kanban is expanding its scope and can help any organization to improve.
This book is based on parts of L. Morisseau's "Kanban pour l'IT" book published by Dunod but which was aimed at players in the IT world. Its content has been modified to adapt to the business world in general. The first part allows you to discover Kanban. The second allows to rethink an organization with this tool, the third to set up tools to measure improvement and the fourth addresses management issues. A company novel illustrates the speech by showing everyday situations in a fictional company that could be yours.

Get to know me better?

To get to know me better, roll a die, and pick the quote:

  1. No plan survives the first contact with the enemy – Von Moltke
  2. I refuse to be part of a club that would accept me as a member! – Groucho Marx
  3. They didn’t know it was impossible, so they did it – Mark Twain
  4. Too many midwives, the baby is dead – Romanian proverb
  5. Don’t tell the facts! Tell the truth! – Maya Angelou
  6. Don’t count your chickens until they hatch – Aesop

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