Unfortunately, social and environmental responsibility is all too often the path to renouncement and neglect, due to a lack of vision, culture or taste for effort, or even ideology.

The state of minimal risk is death. As we love life, we assume the impacts we have, and the risks we take, while seeking to reduce the entropy generated in the process.

Promoting progress in society

  • By valuing scientific progress and respecting reason, performance, excellence and pleasure
  • By relying on facts and realism, and confronting ideas without preconceived notions
  • By seeking to reconcile the caution and industriousness of the sedentary with the agility and boldness of the nomad

We measure and try to reduce our impact on the environment

  • We have carried out a carbon assessment of our activities to evaluate our CO2 emissions and quantify the impact of our actions to reduce our carbon footprint (e.g. replacing our natural gas boiler with reversible air conditioning)
  • Whenever possible and relevant, we favor the use of videoconferencing to limit travel, which is a major CO2 emitter: in this example, with the assumptions used, we note a difference of a factor of 37 between a videoconference and a face-to-face meeting, i.e. 0.17 kgCO2e and 6.19 kgCO2e respectively
  • We have adopted the Bring Your Own Tools (BYOD) initiative, helping our consultants to finance their equipment, thus avoiding the need to have two computers or two smartphones
  • We promote selective sorting and waste reduction
  • We offer to help companies position themselves by assessing the carbon impact of their digital transformation projects (see our offer on this subject)

We promote the emergence of economic players within the company

  • By investing in initiatives to develop innovative, job-creating companies
  • Providing our expertise in the use of digital technology in associations, and experimenting with new forms of democratic governance and expression
  • Promoting Lean Management within companies to reduce waste
  • By developing alternatives to Taylorist managerial practices, for ourselves, within MOM21, and with our customers, to develop people’s capabilities, freedom and responsibility.

We develop our resources and our network sustainably

  • By recruiting young graduates and offering them training and apprenticeships with experienced staff.
  • By cultivating purpose, respect, individual responsibility, a taste for thoughtful risk-taking, initiative, high standards, excellence and a commitment to a job well done.
  • By calling on people in difficulty, making the effort to think about the place they could effectively take on our missions
  • By ordering supplies from companies employing disabled workers, insofar as their production meets our quality requirements.