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SKEMA Innovation and Knowledge cycle workshop: "Dealing with change management in a disruptive milieu"

Published on 11 March 2019

The SKEMA Innovation and Knowledge Cycle breakfast workshop at Euratechnologies (Lille) on 14 March will focus on change management in companies from the perspective of disruption.

​Two key dimensions of reviewing organisations will be covered during this conference.

First dimension: Managing genuinely participative change. How can companies get employees on board, maintain a relationship of trust and encourage people to express themselves to promote innovation? How can you get the company's corporate bodies to act as one and guarantee transparency throughout the change process? Is it possible to change a company without aiming for a quantified objective to reduce headcount?

Second dimension: The place and the roles of the headquarters of a large global group as the company becomes more international, diversifies and increases its agility by decentralising decision-making. What are they key responsibilities of a headquarters in this context? How do you go from a ‘command and control’ attitude to an attitude of collaboration with the business units, and from an attitude of efficiency to an attitude of meeting the requirements of internal clients?

Sophie Botte and Stéphanie Chasserio, professors at SKEMA, will provide their insight on the subject and Judith Jiguet, change director at Engie, will present Calista, a collaborative method of change management sponsored by internal players and led by the values of trust, transparency and responsibility.

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