Dans le cadre de son développement international,
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la parution de son
1er numéro hors série en anglais.
Special Issue No. 1 - April 2007
Modern enlightenment in Paris
With 5 articles
. Searching for the way in China by Dominique Poiroux
Dominique Poiroux left France for China at the end of 2002 to manage a Danone business unit. On arrival, he discovered the pressure to achieve results while at the same time keeping his teams together. He also encountered a cultural universe which was strangely similar and yet deeply foreign.
. The background to Air France's recovery by Pierre-Henri Gourgeon
Following the crisis in 1993 when Christian Blanc saved Air France, Jean Cyril Spinnetta, his successor, ensured the development of the group thanks to the creation of a hub at Roissy, an alliance with Delta Airlines, and a merger with KLM, making Air France the world's leading aeronautical group in terms of turnover.
. Mondragón : a holding compagny of co-operatives faced
with globalisation by Fernando Gomez-Acedo, Jacques Prades
The complex of Mondragón co-operatives is the fifth largest household appliance manufacturer in Europe. How has a system based on co-operatives managed to scale such heights in the face of global competition ? Does it remain faithful to the principles on which it was founded ?
. Ducasse and Chanel : a marriage made in... Japan by Stephane Bellon
The creation of a exceptional restaurant in Tokyo by Chanel and the Alain Ducasse group illustrates the know-how of this company in terms of restaurant design and its expertise in terms of the organisation for culinary creation.
. Kalisto : the challenges of shared creativity by Nicolas Gaume
The video games company Kalisto consisted of an exceptionally creative workforce of young enthusiasts, and succeeded in developing a business-like approach and adapting to a very tough economic environment, thanks to a management system based on teamwork and group creativity.