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KEDGE, the 2021-2025 strategic renewal you must not miss le 08/07/2021

Insights by Hervé REMAUD, Director KEDGE Global Executive MBA and KEDGE blended MBAs.

Upon the initiative of its Managing Director, Alexandre de Navailles, KEDGE has initiated a joint internal work to build its 2021-2025 strategy by :

  • Clearly identifying KEDGE's values and "DNA"
  • Expressing its Vision, Mission and Objectives 
  • Realizing a Grand Narrative
  • Launching Strategic Projects

The foundation of the managerial culture has been laid around the values that the Group wishes to convey: high standards, commitment, open-mindedness, integrity and humility. These values will ensure that KEDGE is a school like no other.

KEDGE will be a responsible community committed to society. 
This ambitious vision of the school is broken down into 3 promises, 5 fundamental pillars and strategic projects :

3 promises

  • An original, sustainable and inclusive school.
  • Your skills will always be up to date.
  • A school anchored in its territories and open to the world. 

5 fundamental pillars

Our strategy is based on 5 pillars:

  • The student experience 
  • The commitment of our employees 
  • Sustainability and longevity 
  • Inclusiveness 
  • Economic performance

Strategic projects

26 strategic projects support the deployment ok this 5-pillar strategy. Among them: employee commitment, digitalization of business processes, international recruitment, digital pedagogy, new business models, alumni commitment, entrepreneurship and sponsorship, student satisfaction, the brand and territories, international development, KEDGE as a Service, impactful research...
In the coming months, this entire process will mobilize all of the School's employees, in order to benefit the students and impact society as a whole: a fine medium- to long-term commitment you will be part of.

Read more about the KEDGE 25 strategic plan
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