ENGIE believes in developing each of its employees to the maximum of his or her potential, putting human capital and individual talents at the heart of its system. But how does that impact concretely on the leaders who tomorrow will defend the sustainable performance of this giant of the energy sector? Answers from Rosaline Corinthien, Director Talent Development and HR Innovation.
Our community is made up of individuals who want to take powerful collective action to empower everyone to act. They are the Imaginative Builders.
ENGIE is holding a treasure in its hands, namely 150,000 employees and its stakeholders, spread across all parts of the world.
New models are emerging in which collective intelligence, cross-disciplinary working and a range of communities have proved themselves to be essential for generating meaningful innovations in tune with the world, and offering solutions to the diversity of challenges that the company may be required to meet.
For 82% of industrial companies, energy is an essential or major item of expenditure. However, they don’t necessarily have the means or the know-how to carry out the optimisation work that would allow them to reduce these expenses. Inspired by her three years at GRTgaz, Annelise Vasseur, now with ENGIE Cofely, has come up with an innovative project to provide support to industrials in their energy optimisation. Interview with the very determined youngest member of the ENGIE-66 Miles year group for 2018.
Optimising stocks, promoting exchange and simplifying supply to the maintenance teams by using a border-free solution. It was with a double dose of experience in IT systems management and in purchasing that Sophie Guignard came up with her project for a marketplace based on a study by ENGIE Digital. Portrait of a pragmatist determined to change the rules of the game.
Almost two years ago, over a shared coffee, Virginie Verdière discovered a group accountant’s passion for programming and gaming. A few months later, she succeeded in putting the developer-accountant in touch with an ENGIE manager with a one-off programming requirement. The idea for Skill'Lib was born. Since then, the project has grown and Virginie is planning to open it up to other companies. Encounter with an intrapreneur who is passionate about human relations.