The objective is to immerse new students in the challenges of big data through a creative project in economic intelligence & knowledge management. Underlying objectives include encouraging students to work in groups and use different tools for communication, expression and (Twitter live, Twitter wall, blogs, video).
Graduates will be impacted by our globalised world, geopolitical influences and the digitisation of society. Business intelligence and the management of big data will increasingly become a central question for competitiveness and the survival of businesses.
Themes to be analysed during the seminar include: the place of the human in big data, FinTech, geodata management.
Monday, September 12, Gilles Babinet, digital champion with the European Commission and former president of the National Digital Council will participate; and on the Tuesday students will have conferences with: Pierre Antoine Dusoulier, head of western Europe at Saxo Bank; Renaud Prouveur, CEO of Spallian; and Alice Guilhon, dean of SKEMA Business School.