The human dimension is at the heart of business. To this end, management and governance play an essential role in response to the challenges posed by a constantly changing context.
Changing mentalities, social and generational transformations and the new opportunities provided by technological developments are compelling us to rethink our approaches to corporate organisation, management and governance:
● The triangular organisational structure is sometimes called into question in favour of a more fluid, horizontal structure in which employees are gradually encouraged to accept more responsibility or even to organise themselves;
● The boundaries between working time and personal life are blurring and require a reappraisal of the company's position as the primary business environment;
● The relationship between capital contributors and corporate management (principals and agents), must strike the right balance despite sometimes conflicting objectives (as illustrated by debates about top management remuneration, the distribution of powers, the place of shareholders, the involvement of employees and the role of stakeholders in the strategic choices of companies).