3 days


Certificate of attendance




€ 2010

Campus Marseille

Session June 2019

13, 14, 15 June

Format : Face-to-face training


Learn how to re-design organizations to make them more innovative


Managers working in highly innovative and turbulent environments subject to frequent disruptions will find that the major will provide them with cognitive frames and tools preparing them to become effective managers in such environments


  • Bac + 3 minimum.
  • At least 5 years of managerial experience.
  • Advanced fluency in English as demonstrated by exam or waiver



  • How innovation thrives at the interface between diverse functions, departments, processes and organizations?
  • What is an organization and what levers managers have over its design?
  • Why interfaces matter and how to manage?
  • Design organizations for disruptive innovation. 
  • Design ambidextrous organizations. 
  • Modular organizations and modular strategy in ecosystems

Methode and pedagogy

  • Conceptual and methodological inputs provided by the professors / speakers
  • Workshops, exercises, business case studies, serious games and role plays to confront fictitious situations and the professional world
  • Discussions / debates between participants to exchange ideas, practices, experiences from diverse corporate company cultures.


Evaluation and penalization

Student Evaluation: In-class individual participation (30%), In-class individual assignment (30%), Individual assignment – 4 weeks after the course (40%).

Course Evaluation: individual online questionnaire and oral group evaluation at the end of the course, completed by an individual online evaluation one month after the course.


  • Innovation thrives at the interface between diverse functions, departments, processes and organizations.  
  • The future key challenge for managers is to learn how to best capture distributed resources in dynamic and increasingly networked industries. As no organization has full control over the sources of change in an industry, managing innovation in the future requires new approaches, tools and sensitivity.

Professor: Gino CATTANI

Gino CATTANI joined New York University Stern School in 2004 where is currently Associate Professor of Strategy and Organizational Theory. His research is primarily focused on technological innovation and competition, interfirm mobility, creativity, and social networks. Professor CATTANI completed his undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Economics in Pisa where he received a BA in Accountancy & Business in 1991. He was Visiting Fellow Student at Sloan-MIT in 1995-96.

Professor CATTANI received an M.A. in Management Science and Applied Economics in 2001 and a Ph.D. in Management in 2004 from the Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania. He serves as a Deputy Senior Editor at Organization Science, and as Associate Editor at Management Science and Industrial and Corporate Change.

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