“Open organization: what makes a difference”
The first industrial revolution gave birth to companies as we know them today. The third industrial revolution is bringing about new forms of enterprise. A major specificity of these new firms is linked to the concept of open organization. Albert Meige’s intervention helps to better understand the disruptive tendencies that restructure the activity and organization of companies and to define the contours and characteristics of open organizations.
Albert Meige has been an entrepreneur since his teenage years, when he started doing magic shows. He is the founder and president of PRESANS/France, an international digital platform for experts and Head of the eMBA at Télécom Ecole de Management. He authored several books on innovation, including “Innovation Intelligence” (2015).