Fields of Expertise

Create an alternative to a management career for people with a technical background

Create an adapted structure: Enhancing the practices of experts
Becoming a competent expert takes time. The practice requires a sustained effort over a long period of time and is a part of the capital of the company. However, the unfortunate truth is that experts often waste too much time on activities with low added value. Therefore, it would seem that there is a necessity to add an alternative to the management sector.

The irony: Experts are too often busy doing something other than work in their expertise.

Problem of recognition? Space? Legitimacy?
Problem of understanding what is expected from the experts?
Problem of knowing how to be an expert? Know-how of Expertise?


Give perspective to the expert’s career plans with development opportunities

Motivate the “experts of tomorrow” to become experts and “stay in place”

Motivate experts to be involved in their career

Encourage the adaptability and questioning of experts

Provide greater clarity on job evaluation

Allow better visibility and identification skills

Our Method:

Construction of the hierarchy ladder (Job descriptions)


Associated roles (Contribution to the results and functioning of the organization)

Associated rights

Evaluation criteria

Evaluation on reaching the N+1 level

Control on an N level

Evaluation Process

Proposal for achieving a new level

Evaluation (annual maintenance tool)

Accompaniment of experts

Give meaning to the expert’s practice – understand their role in the organization

Modify the practices of experts in the organization

Train, support, and evaluate the experts


Challenge and manage the experts

Give recognition and legitimacy to the experts

Motivate young professionals to become experts

Setting up Expertise Channels

Setting Up Expertise Channels: Enhancing Expert Practices

Establish Expertise Streams: Create an Alternative to a Management Career for Technicians