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Fuencisla Clemares, Google Spain and Portugal President Helena Herrero, HP Spain and Portugal President Pilar López, Microsoft Spain President Marta Martínez, IBM Spain, Portugal, Greece and Israel President Keynote moderated by: IESE Prof. Sandra Sieber
Organizations today face constant disruption. Innovation and creativity are both cause and consequence of such disruptive environment. For managers, it becomes critical to develop individual and team leadership capabilities to adapt and anticipate to the changing environment. This session is a unique opportunity to learn first-hand from the latest research on talent development practices implemented in creative teams and sectors.
Prof. Frédéric Godart (*), Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, INSEAD
Prof. Marta Elvira, Puig Chair of Global Leadership Development and Professor of Strategic Management and Managing People in Organizations, IESE
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(*) Frédéric Godart is an Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at INSEAD, France. He studies what factors lead to the emergence of creativity in organisations and the global dynamics of creative industries. In particular, he explores the impact of formal and informal social networks on the emergence of novel and useful ideas, and the role played by stylistic and cultural dynamics in the formation of firms' identities. Hi research focuses on fashion and luxury sectors (e.g. design, modelling, watchmaking, footwear). He has written multiple articles on these issues, as well as books such as: and [Translation of: Sociologie de la mode] - Nomitated for Best Fashion Book 2012. Frédéric holds a PhD in Sociology from Columbia University, New York City; an MPhil in Social and Political Sciences from the University of Cambridge (Trinity College), United Kingdom; and an MSc in Management from Sciences Po, Paris. He is a former fellow of the École Normale Supérieure de Cachan, France. Prior to completing his PhD, Frédéric worked for McKinsey & Company, Belgium, where he specialized in competitive intelligence and social network analysis.