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Capgemini Invent partners with CEMS to nurture future business leaders

Capgemini Invent partners with CEMS to nurture future business leaders
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21 Jul, 2022
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Capgemini Invent, the digital innovation, design and transformation arm of IT consulting firm Capgemini Group, has inked a corporate partnership with CEMS, a global alliance of leading business schools, multinational companies and NGOs that prepares business leaders of the future. 

As part of this corporate partnership, Capgemini Invent will work closely with academia to enrich the CEMS international manager curriculum with its thought leadership, and contribute concretely to the program through a strong mix of activities including business projects, skill seminars, guest lectures, internships, and more. 

“Capgemini Invent will join forces with CEMS’ network of leading businesses and universities across the world to encourage a future-oriented perspective among aspiring business leaders for a more sustainable, digitally-powered world. This will be enabled by letting them have first-hand experience of how innovation can be put into action to create a lasting, positive impact,” the company said in a statement. 

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“With shifting paradigms, tomorrow’s businesses, organisations and society are going to look very different, and leadership styles will need to be reimagined to be future-ready. It’s important to empower leaders, so that they can drive change through a future-oriented approach to leadership – one that’s more inclusive, sustainable and collaborative,” Laurence Metzke, Chief Human Resources Officer, Capgemini Invent said. 

Nicole de Fontaines, Executive Director of CEMS said that the partnership with Capgemini Invent will bring the right mix of deep digital expertise, transformative competencies, and sustainable business practices to encourage a responsible, future-ready approach in our growing ecosystem of future business leaders. 

“We’re sure that our joint efforts will lead to empathetic, innovative future thinkers and executors for a better tomorrow,” he added.

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