The team of Kimind’s consultants is built arount strategic consultants, project managers and advanced developers in web 2.0 technologies. Kimind’s consultant can work on advanced web 2.0 projects like examgeneral.com or on Google Apps implementations, or any other projects like this.
Kimind revolves also around a network of internationally recognized experts in their respective fields. All practitioners and / or founders of new concepts of Enterprise 2.0, they know how to deliver both a vision and strategic support to daily changes in usages, practices and processes necessary for the adoption of this new paradigm.
The Kimind ‘s approach is essentially oriented towards productivity gains and collective effiency that allows the adoption of an organization 2.0 style, it is therefore essential for us to be also true practitioners of these uses.
Miguel Membrado (Kimind), PhD, is a consultant and entrepreneur working in new technologies since 1987. He has been involved in the Internet revolution since its origins through various startups he co-founded (whose Mayetic in France).
Miguel Membrado created Kimind Consulting in 20078 (Paris – San Francisco – Montreal – Barcelona) to help large accounts to adopt the new dimension of Enterprise 2.0. He conducts strategic consultancy to help these companies adopt this paradigm and reach new levels of productivity and competitiveness.
Miguel Membrado also co-founded in 2006 Netcipia (Palo Alto, USA), a Web 2.0 startup that offers participatory community building and allows experts and amateur-experts to monetize their expertise online, and Mayetic (Paris, France) in 2996, #2 online service in the internet for collaborative workspaces in 2005, with 250.000 users and 14.000 organisations from 99 countries.
Miguel Membrado teaches in several specialised MBAs in topics such as “Enterprise 2.0 and emerging organizations”, “Digital Identity”, “Management of virtual teams” and leads many international conferences on these subjects.
Catherine has worked with clients to help them develop and foster effective strategies for the use of collaboration tools, optimum collaboration practice and methods to transform the way people work, companies partner and service customers, and organizations address the potential for accelerated productivity and innovation. She has consulted most recently with Cisco to help develop new practices with collaboration and to formulate productive adoption and engagement strategies with new tools and online communities.
In her career, Catherine has developed new lines of business in enterprise software for Internet infrastructure solutions for the telecommunications and financial services markets, led go-to-market efforts for Web-based business solutions, identified and structured business and technology partnerships and successfully launched Web 2.0 and SaaS online services for collaboration software.She has blogged on collaboration and Enterprise 2.0 for the past several years at collaboration-incontext.com and been an active blogger and participant and speaker in industry conferences, including Enterprise 2.0 and Office 2.0.
He has extensive experience in organizational and managerial implications of computer technology and Internet. The St. George Institute was created in Geneva in 2001 , a firm of experts in organization dedicated to improving the functioning of governing bodies and corporate governance. He developed the method and platform BOARDVelocity ™ for the boards.
HEC Graduate, he was a senior executive in companies such as Citibank or Bank Brussels Lambert, and creative companies in various sectors such as leasing of computers, medical equipment distribution, music distribution, and management consulting .