Industry and Cooperation - by Jacques De Heere[Research paper] by Jacques de Heere


Jacques de Heere is the chairman and CEO of the cooperative society Acome, which produces cables. He graduated from the French ISG and holds an MBA from the University of San Francisco. He has been working for Acome for more than twenty years now.

After having introduced the Acome group in its historical, economical and political dimensions, Jacque De Heere presents us his career in the French industry : today, he works with passion at the top of the hierarchy of Acome, since he is the chairman and CEO of this group. Finally, Jacques De Heere opens a discussion on the specificities of Acome as a cooperative society and on the strategies that are implemented to maintain and strengthen this model.

Quote article  Jacques de Heere, « Industry and Cooperation - by Jacques De Heere », 25 june 2012, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Research paper]

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