Management des RH et des organisations : Gouvernance d'entrepriseBack
Contribution of Jacques Neatby, consultant at MindLab Global Solutions and guest lecturer at HEC Paris and McGill-HEC Montreal on executive team effectiveness.
Based on Freedom, Inc.: Free Your Employees by Isaac Getz and Brian M. Carney (Crown Business, 2009); “Créer une performance durable” by Christine Porath and Gretchen Spreitzer (Harvard Business Review , November 2015); and Reinventing Organizations by Frédéric Laloux (Nelson Parker, 2014), an interview with Alexander Gerard, head of the inov- On group and CEO of CHRONO Flex and an interview with Chrystèle Verfaille, head of digital acculturation, BNP Paribas.
Based on an interview with Jean-Florent Rérolle, head of valuation and strategic finance at KPMG Corporate Finance, February 2013.
Based on Standing on the Sun: How the Explosion of Capitalism Abroad Will Change Business Everywhere by Christopher Meyer with Julia Kirby (Harvard Business Review Press, February 2012), “Winning the $30 trillion decathlon: Going for gold in emerging markets” by Yuval Atsmon et al. (McKinsey Quarterly, August 2012) and “Natura Cosméticos, S.A.” by Robert G. Eccles, George Serafeim, and James Heffernan (Harvard Business School, November 2011).
Thus far, CSR policies have not been noted for their overwhelming impact. On the whole, they remain a result of legal obligations or peripheral engagements. Wayne Visser suggests instead envisioning societal engagement as an integral part of strategy. Based on The Age of Responsibility, CSR 2.0 and the New DNA of Business by Wayne Visser (Wiley, February 2011) and an interview with Thomas Osburg, Director Europe Corporate Affairs at Intel, April 2011.