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une interview de James Allison publiée chez James Allen (ici) semble bien aller dans le sens de mon premier article (Ferrari – Réorganisation ? (1)… J’en copie une partie ici en anglais… Si vous avez besoin d’une explication sur une traduction laissez-moi un commentaire…

Current Ferrari technical director James Allison (below left) said at the weekend that Ferrari has no shortage of talented people, but the environment needs to be right for them to take risks. He blames a culture of fear of failure and unrealistic deadlines for Ferrari’s failure to innovate in recent years,

“There is a wealth of talent at Ferrari, the experience and quality of the people on the technical side is a match for any team. It is a question of giving them the encouragement to actually go off and do more unusual things and then have the time to look at them and know that if they fail it’s OK because there’s still time to put a back-up plan in place and for that to work,” he said.

“Creativity and originality will only come if you set out to allow the engineers in your organisation the space and the time to do that.

“If you force them to operate with their back against the wall, up against deadlines that are very tight, then there is no time for them to think about how they might approach something differently.”

Une petite remarque aussi dans le même article qui donne un peu de relief au départ de Domenicali  « Mattiacci has been given a freedom previous Ferrari team boss Stefano Domenicali never had – to be able to sign things off quickly himself, without needing lengthy approvals. He has things set up more like the Todt regime in that sense. The team management can react more quickly and be more dynamic. »

On trouve aussi dans son article des considérations intéressantes sur les raisons pour lesquelles Newey pourrait bien se laisser tenter cette fois…

Si vous avez des soucis de trad, là encore n’hésitez pas a me poser des questions dans les commentaires….

Bonne soirée à tous.

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