By 2030, 50% of the major companies that we know today will have disappeared. In order to survive, all organizations throughout the world have to ask themselves a fundamental question: how can they acquire the agility of a start-up in structures with tens of thousands of employees? The answer to this question is to create and develop a new form of company – that the Academic Director of the program, Albert Meige, calls Open Organizations.
The aim of the first session is to provide participants with an understanding of the scope, scale, and stakes of digital transformation. It focuses on major themes such as digitalization, disruption and innovation, digital leadership and Big Data. The session combines lectures, testimonials, case studies and workshops that cover a wide range of industries and companies (e.g., services-oriented, goods-oriented, B2B and B2C)
The aim of the second session is to prepare participants to lead digital transformative change. It examines how the dinosaurs and disruptors of Silicon Valley are changing the rules of the business game and also focuses on future trends. The session combines inspirational guest speakers, company visits, and workshops that focus on the specific needs of the participant
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