Participative Governance and Social Responsibility[Proceedings] by François Enaud


François Enaud directs Steria, one of the main IT consulting companies in France.

François Enaud presents the specificity of the model of the company he directs : a Limited Shares Partnership (LSP) organized bilaterally between an administrative council representing the employée-shareholders and a suvervellance council representing the shareholders. He thus demonstrates that it is possible to work within a market economy, and even to perform in one, while at the same time respecting certain values and adopting a governance model that does not correspond to the dominant model of Financial capitalism.

Quote article  François Enaud, « Participative Governance and Social Responsibility », 17 may 2010, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Proceedings]

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