Firstly, a World Economic Forum Report (2016) underlined the lack of understanding of future disruptive changes and their impacts on worldwide employment.
In this context, SKEMA's ambition is to prepare students to become global knowledge ecenomy talents: managers who can understand, anticipate and adapt to these transformations.
Secondly, the workplace of tomorrow requires certain knowledge and competences linked to a profession (skill sets of job functions) or transversal (soft skills).
Therefore, SKEMA has chosen to organise itself in a new way, in the form of Academies.
Because innovation, globalisation and digitisation form strong drivers of change within a company, jobs, professions, and within our disciplinary functions, these Academies provide our students and alumni the best opportunity to evolve within professions that may not yet exist and to contribute to an organisation’s sustainable development.
These Academies offer also the opportunity to mix disciplines and expertise to produce new teaching content, new programmes, new approaches, new practices, new collaborations…