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"Achieving our 2030 and CO2 neutrality goals, and more broadly our ambition to be a leader in sustainability beautifully align with our Purpose “Making the World a Better Home”.
It will require work and success from our R&D and Innovationteams on many fronts.
Armand Ajdari, Vice-President, R&D at Saint-Gobain
"The value chains of which we are a part are interdependent, complex systems and any meaningful green transition needs all the actors in those chains to collaborate to reduce their impact on the planet." Emmanuel Normant, Vice-President for sustainable development at Saint-Gobain.
"Empowerment and trust generate positive and powerful implementation, with teams quickly rolling out a shared decision enriched by all. Organizations learn from their failures and foster risk-taking and experimentation, which are vital to success. In a sense, managers are like mountain guides, leading their co-workers to a hard-to-reach summit that no-one would have attained alone. The team works like a roped party in which each person supports and complements one another on the basis of mutual trust." Benoit Bazin, COO - Saint-Gobain.
"MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER HOME. With this purpose, Saint-Gobain claims its ambition to improve the lives of all by making the planet - our common home - a fairer, more harmonious and more sustainable place to live." Pierre-André de Chalendar, Chairman and CEO of Saint-Gobain Group.
"How to make sure we remain connected and well aligned with our customers’ expectations in a changing and challenging environment.", Cordula Gudduschat , Vice President Marketing & Development at Saint-Gobain.
"We mistakenly think that the serious consequences of climate change or the collapse of biodiversity are for tomorrow, or even the day after tomorrow." Pierre-André de Chalendar, Chairman and CEO of Saint-Gobain Group.
"It is therefore very clear that the post-COVID-19 world – the world we are already living in – will be more local, more digital and more sustainable." Pierre-André de Chalendar, Chairman and CEO of Saint-Gobain Group.
"At Saint-Gobain, as in many companies, we have tried out mandatory and integral teleworking for a lot of our employees during the containment period. What can we take away from this experience the for the future in terms of working and management methods?", Claire Pedini, Senior Vice-President, Human Resources and Digital Transformation - Saint-Gobain.
"It has now been more than a year that I have started being responsible for Marketing & Development at Saint-Gobain. Exciting times for the company, that is undergoing a transformation program to become closer to its customers – and exciting times for my team and myself to further shape and strengthen the role of marketing. Although we all have busy days at work, I think that it’s always important to take a step back and reflect on our field of expertise. I’m glad to use the platform that is Linkedin, to share my thoughts on this journey and exchange, give food for thought and share practical examples and advice. In this third article on how to create a competitive advantage thanks to our customer service department."Cordula Gudduschat, Vice President Marketing & Development at Saint-Gobain.
"The numbers are impressive: 6 out of 10 employees say that they sometimes feel isolated within their company. Of course, this loneliness concerns society far beyond the workplace." Claire Pedini, Senior Vice-President, Human Resources and Digital Transformation - Saint-Gobain.
"In my last article (What does it take to become a customer centric company?) I developed what it takes to become a customer centric company: A pure organizational change is not enough – people and a change of culture are at the heart of a customer centric company.
But in order to really get there this change has to be accompanied by solid processes and a certain discipline!" Cordula Gudduschat, Vice President Marketing & Development at Saint-Gobain.
"Is industry 4.0 an unattainable Eldorado? Full of promise, this Industrial Revolution seems out of reach to many business leaders." Benoît d'Iribarne, Vice-President, Technology and Industrial Performance - Saint-Gobain.