Alice Guilhon (pictured), managing director of SKEMA, is on the magazine’s cover alongside the French prime minister, Edouard Philippe, as well as Xavier Niel (Free and Station F), Guillaume Pépy (SNCF), Stéphane Richard (Orange) and Jean Tirole whio won a Nobel prize in economics in 2014.
In his editorial, the editor-in-chief Vincent Beaufils pointed out "The corporate world does not have a monopoly on spectacular changes. In the field of education, Jean Tirole of the Toulouse School of Economics and Alice Guilhon of SKEMA Business School have given students and economists the Earth as a playground. All this is made more difficult in the context of a France whose cardinal virtue is not change."
In the article on Alice Guilhon, under the title "An XXL international vision”, the magazine highlights Guilhon’s game-changing ambition which shook up the traditional model of French business schools. Kira Mitrofanoff, deputy editor-in-chief of Challenges magazine, was present at our press conference in October. Mitrofanoff wanted to include Alice Guilhon among these personalities who are changing France thanks to their disruptive vision and global ambition.