Petit dictionnaire illustré de l'entreprise

“Direct reports”, “leadership”, “CRM”, “coffee machine”, “stress”, “millennials”... The author reviews the business lingo and gives his own acid-tongue, more or less offbeat definitions of the terms with humoristic illustrations.

            Any resemblance to real situations and practises, is, of course purely coincidental.

François-Xavier Chenevat

François-Xavier Chenevat
François-Xavier was born in 1977 in Lyon. He is an author and a drawer who specialized drawing the corporate world with humor. He worked during 12 years for a consulting firm in Paris. Today, he spends his time managing seminars, drawing for the press and managing several book projects. Inspirations First of all, he shows a suspicious taste for animals wearing suits and for coffee machines. Then, he sincerely loves the professional universe, this exceptional, fierce and moving biotope where a lot of different species can have more or less difficulties to cohabitate. Finally, he gets inspired by exaggerating and deforming an idea or a prejudice, until making it absurd… That is why Fix insists: "Any resemblance with a real person, a real situation or real practices would...

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