One of the partners of the Chair invites other stakeholders on a project and / or production (such as a book, for example) in a logical partition.
Safari Change VEOLIA
On 01 February 2017 from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm with the possibility of lunch at the headquarters of Véolia at the invitation of Me Loos -Baroin at 30 rue Madeleine Vionnet 93300 Aubervilliers on the topic "how to use a transformation function to carry out a business project? "
Safari Change RTE
We thank Laetitia Villedieu and Maud Berdal RTE to welcome us April 13rd from 2pm to 5pm for a safari Change. Rte share his problems of change management, its methods, its projects and particularly the management of social relations during changes.
Safari Change Europe 1
As was announced in the program we organize the first safari at the premises of Europe 1 radio (26 Bis Rue François 1er, 75008 Paris) on March 11 from 8:30 to 11:30. We will be received by Mr Thomas Pawlowski, director of communication which intervenes in change management (including digital) of the radio.
This visit will allow us to discover the world of public radio in the morning, the most important time slot. This is also an opportunity to talk with some officials in charge of change management. And finally we have the ability to record in the studio a program on the theme - Making digital transformation - which will be an exploitable resource by all on this subject.
The program is as follows:
- Welcome and Breakfast at 8:30 am
- Visit studios and Europe archives 1 from 9 am to 9:45
- Exchanges on change in Europe 1 9:45 to 10:30
- Roundtable at the studio from 10:30 to 11:30
The number of places is limited, thank you to register before February 6 with Christiane Deshais (firstname.lastname@example.org) because we need to have the names of people to safety. Or you can come to benefit people of your businesses.
Safari change at the invitation of the SNCF
After Europe 1, the ESSEC Chair of Change organizes the second Safari Change, which aims to share "in situ" experiments in business, SNCF, partner of the Chair.
Thank SNCF and especially Karima Hocine, Raynard Thierry Roland BONNEPART and the team of Paris Saint Lazare to welcome us for a 14/04 sharing of experience around learning networks and co-design. We will meet at 14:00 in Saint Lazare train station in Paris in indoor Guy Elkoun (see attached map), access door E, 20 rue de Rome, 75008, Paris (and not in Direz room)
We are pleased to have feedback on learning networks approaches but also to co-design. Many accounts of the Paris Saint Lazare area will allow us to discuss this subject operationally.