BACKGROUND/ Professional and academic:
Doctor graduated from Les Mines de Paris (Project and New Products 1994),
Masters of Industrial Management (Agro Paris Tech 1988),
Post-Graduate diploma (DEA) Génie des procédés (Paris X 1981),
ENSIA Engineer (Agro Paris Tech 1978).
Since 2014: Consultancy and support to senior executives, Arago Compétences
- Consultant to CEOs
- Project manager assisting the Government and the Labor Ministry (Grande Ecole du numérique),
- Debates and conferences on digital transformation and the role of training.
OPCA Transport, Ecole centrale, Federation of European Schools, CT and T consulting, AFNOR Compétences, Ministry of Labor Cabinet.
From 2009 to 2014: General Manager of FAFIEC (Paris) Digital OPCA, Engineering-Consultancy
From 2004 to 2009: General Manager of Maison de l’entreprise (Auxerre): employers’ group, training and consultancy
From 2001 to 2004: General Manager of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Saumur
From 1998 to 2001: Secretary General of Chambersign (certification authority of digital signatures) and General Manager of Grandwest (Internet portal) and Marketouest (Internet shopping mall), associate professor at the Institut de l’Homme et de la Technologie.
ACTION / Describe your project, initiative, company
I provide support/consultancy to senior executives (private and public) while reflecting on the impact of new technologies on the strategy of organizations and the digital transformation. Finally, I am conducting research on the nomadism of people and data.
LOCATION / In which city, country, region of the world do you operate?
Mainly France, with a possibility in Europe and the francophone areas.
IMPACT / What is the positive economic, social, political, environmental… impact of this action, project, initiative, company?
I act on adjustment strategies, I implement structuring projects on educational diversification and I assist those who drop out from the educational system.
QUOTATION / A sentence, quotation, maxim that you can identify with:
Deciding is choosing; choosing is giving up.
There is often more honor in serving.