Workshops « CEO meet CEO »

Workshops « CEO meet CEO » about Collective Intelligence and about mobility in Brussels with Thierry Willemarck. Deauville march 29th 2014


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Lunch « CEO meet CEO »

The Economic press Which partnership with SMEs ?
Friday 25 april at the "Cercle de Wallonie" in Liège

Martine Maelschalck Editorialise
Editorialise en Chef
L'Echo

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Entrepreneurs are on their own!

In order to give their customers a better insight in the decisions they have to make Just in Time Management will act as a "Sparring Partner". Why? How?

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Lunch « CEO meet CEO »

Business model turn around

Henri Van Engelen
Managing Director Tax & Accounting
Europe Wolters Kluwer

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Buy the company where you work or find a new job: an easy choice

In 2009, Joël Dersin was head of the automation division of a big SME who was experiencing difficulties following the 2008 economic crisis. The manager of the company was then forced to reduce the size of his operations and wanted to put an end to the business’ automation and robotics section. He suggested that Joël take over this division and offered to get him started by facilitating the start of his new business. The decision had to be taken within a few days.

Alec Maréchal, Associate Partner of Just in Time Management Group, will talk about this subject with his guest and touch only on some of the difficulties in taking over a business in a specific market or sector of activity, as his guest, Joël Dersin had already been an expert in his profession for years. A manager must consider these qualities when moving to the other side of the fence and it is rather these issues that will be addressed.

What difficulties (material, psychological, administrative, technical, financial, etc.) does a manager face when considering taking the plunge into sometimes lucky circumstances like Joël Dersin’s? And more particularly, what type of motivation and energy must one have to successfully achieve this milestone in one’s professional career?

This video is for all those who want to take over business, and for company managers who want to reduce operations and could consider transferring part of their business to one of their executives.

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Buy the company where you work or find a new job: an easy choice

In 2009, Joël Dersin was head of the automation division of a big SME who was experiencing difficulties following the 2008 economic crisis. The manager of the company was then forced to reduce the size of his operations and wanted to put an end to the business’ automation and robotics section. He suggested that Joël take over this division and offered to get him started by facilitating the start of his new business. The decision had to be taken within a few days.

Alec Maréchal, Associate Partner of Just in Time Management Group, will talk about this subject with his guest and touch only on some of the difficulties in taking over a business in a specific market or sector of activity, as his guest, Joël Dersin had already been an expert in his profession for years. A manager must consider these qualities when moving to the other side of the fence and it is rather these issues that will be addressed.

What difficulties (material, psychological, administrative, technical, financial, etc.) does a manager face when considering taking the plunge into sometimes lucky circumstances like Joël Dersin’s? And more particularly, what type of motivation and energy must one have to successfully achieve this milestone in one’s professional career?

This video is for all those who want to take over business, and for company managers who want to reduce operations and could consider transferring part of their business to one of their executives.

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