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ENGIE Digital: a new approach to eliminating digital overload

ENGIE’s 150,000 employees face the “terrible trio” of digital overload: too many emails, too much information, too much data to process. In response, the energy company is rolling out an innovative program that aims to co-create improved information-sharing and communication practices. Explanation with Régis Lavisse, head of the Enterprise 4.0 program.

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Three years ago, ENGIE embarked on an indepth transformation project around the digital revolution and energy transition. It is a new paradigm, which involves new ways of working and collaborating within the group. The problem: how to spread the desired new behaviors and practices when employees are already suffering from digital overload? “The growing number of information channels, the explosion in available data, and the widespread use of increasingly efficient collaborative tools are having a paradoxical effect on productivity, which is tending to stagnate when we would be expecting to see it gain ground,” says Régis Lavisse. The roots of this problem are easily recognizable: hyper-connectivity, infobesity and the uncontrolled use of email.


Excerpt from Business Digest N°285, April 2018

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Françoise Tollet
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She spent 12 years in industry, working for Bolloré Technologies, among others. She co-founded Business Digest in 1992 and has been running the company since 1998. And she took the Internet plunge in 1996, even before coming on board as part of the BD team.