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After spending the first part of her career in teaching and the second in digital marketing, Emmanuelle Collin wanted to turn to innovation and collective intelligence for the third part of her professional life. An interview with an inspiring intrapreneur, for whom teams are central to the progress of projects.
After a career in teaching and politics, Sabine Buis is now an entrepreneur. Her project helps the private and public sectors to meet, providing a service for French regions, an idea that makes particular sense in times of health crisis.
In 2018 emlyon business school along with Durham University Business School welcomed the first cohort of the Global Doctorate of Business Administration. Amongst the first students is Dutch-Lebanese professional Ziad Skaff.
The transport world has been hit hard by the coronavirus. How can you adapt to this and avoid having to shut down? By disrupting. This is what Anne-Marie Colley, a co-director of Transports Cordier and participant in the emlyon business school Executive MBA, is trying to do.
After a meteoric career as a business lawyer, Wilfried Aubron felt the need to refocus on human relations and turned to managerial innovation. A radical change, assisted by emlyon business school training.
Florian de Joannès is an entrepreneur at heart and also in his genes. His career is a blend of the agility of digital start-ups and the expertise of large industrial companies. This wealth of experience has enabled him to head the operations at Grundfos, the world leader in hydraulic pumps, in seven countries around the world.
In 2018 emlyon business school along with Durham University Business School welcomed the first cohort of the Global Doctorate of Business Administration. Amongst the first students is American Jannies Burlingame, who was born in Taiwan.