DIDIER DELAIGUE

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EXPERIENCE

Didier DELAIGUE started his professional life in the Elf Aquitaine group where he developed a scientific
consulting activity for Elf and external markets. He then joined the nuclear worldwide leader Framatome
Group where he had various management responsibilities in Research & Development, management of
technological innovation, Artificial Intelligence for Information Systems and then Deputy Manager of the
Corporate Strategy.

From 1997 to 2002,
He was Director at CMC, a strategy & organization consulting firm which became a subsidiary of Eurogroup
Consulting and then Mercer Delta. In charge of the “Strategy Consulting” activity, he developed the business line
“Change Management and Organization” for large European companies in the context of merger, alliance
or significant transformation.

In 2002,
He joined Deloitte & Touche “Human Capital” to manage a new Business line
of “Change Management and Efficiency of Organizations” services.

In 2003,
He co-founded the Capway Consulting firm. He worked for large and medium
companies in the following areas: strategic management, strategic alliances, general
organization and governance, definition and implementation of changes projects
and support for management teams.

In 2006,
He joined Neostrata Consulting.

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Didier DELAIGUE is associated professor at CELSA Paris IV Sorbonne
(Executive-MBA, Master and Bachelor), Centrale Paris (Master). He is Advisor at HEC
(Executive·MBA). He teaches strategy and marketing, organization, decision-making
and changes management in organizations at the Collège de Polytechnique
and the ISM (Institut Supérieur du Marketing). He has also taught strategy, organization
and finance in various business school (Paris IX Dauphine, ESCP and AUDENCIA
Nantes and in scientific fields at Mines de Paris and the Ecole des Ponts & Chaussées.

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EDUCATION & TRAINING

Docteur Ingénieur des Ponts & Chaussées, Ingénieur ESTP,
HEC Executive-MBA (CPA) ; DESS “Stratégie Contrôle de Gestion” Paris IX Dauphine

 

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