Six categories of contribution


The Karistem Capabilities Model (KCM) has 6 categories of contribution. For each seniority level of the KCM, the capabilities to be discovered, acquired and mastered are clearly defined.

Acquire and execute the generic consulting skills and the KARISTEM-specific skills and tools to analyse, design and implement various transformation projects.

Acquire project management skills and tools to deliver on time and above client expectations, respecting client’s context and constraints.

Identify and develop critical knowledge areas to bring distinctive services to our Clients in accordance with our development strategy.

Contribute to people development though mentorship involvement, informal coaching, knowledge sharing. Contribute to the lifestyle of the company. Act as a role model.

Prepare and execute the necessary sales and marketing actions for our business development. Develop the proximity and trust that are necessary to build premium quality working relationships with our Clients.

Organize and manage the operational and support activities of KARISTEM. Contribute to strategy definition, implementation and control. Secure the proper execution of governance rules.

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Three main approches

To help our consultants meet with the expectations defined in the KCM, we bring them all the required support, and have implemented a strict development plan centered on 3 main approaches.

• Mentorship
Each consultant has a mentor to discuss professional development and to share concerns. This relationship has only one goal: to make people feel at ease as much as possible at KARISTEM.

• Appraisal
Consultants’ performance is reviewed twice a year with a strict up-or-out policy. Appraisals are bilateral and focus on defining the training or staffing requirements to develop the capabilities according to maturity.

• Fraternity
We believe it is important for our consultants to consider each of her/his colleagues as a partner and not as a competitor. We encourage collaboration and shared responsibilities.