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"Today, anyone even remotely involved in industry will have heard of the concept of “Industry 4.0.", Benoit d'Iribarne, Vice President Industry Performance and Technology at Saint-Gobain.
"Imagine yourself at a job interview. Instead of rattling on about your smooth career path, you discuss your failures." Claire Pedini, Senior Vice-President, in charge of Human Resources and Digital Transformation - Saint-Gobain.
"The aviation industry is facing huge technical challenges: safety, reducing greenhouse gas emissions with, as a consequence, the increase in electrification and a continuing reduction in weight, connectivity both to improve passenger experience and to ensure the aircraft’s safety and sound maintenance.In order to take up these challenges, the sector can count on a discreet but crucial copilot: materials.How can materials reinvent air travel? How do Saint-Gobain’s solutions already contribute to this revolution?" Laurent Guillot,, Senior Vice-President, CEO High Performance Solutions at Saint-Gobain
Innovation has always been at the core of what we’ve done as a company. For the past 353 years, that’s who we have been: Innovators.
There is no “top employer” without “top employees”! A look back at the collective success that Saint-Gobain has achieved with the Top Employer Global label. Saint-Gobain has been awarded the Top Employer Global certification label for the fourth year in a row.
March 8 is International Women’s Day. This is an opportunity for me to share with you several thoughts about gender equality issues in the workplace today.
What kind of governance leads to successful digital transformation? As anyone who experiences digital transformation on a daily basis will tell you, it’s a long journey of perseverance and humility. Our very idea of corporate structure has been turned on its head by the digital Big Bang.
Urban France vs. rural France.
Saint-Gobain has been ranked among the 100 most innovative companies in the world for the past eight years. But beyond the rankings, one certainty drives us forward: innovation only has meaning if it is sustainable.
Barely three months ago, hope was gaining the upper hand. With the sensational departure of the French Environment Minister, the alarming report by the IPCC, and extreme weather events occurring in the four corners of the globe, it seemed as though everyone was equally aware and committed to fightin
In history in general and in that of companies in particular, there are times when things go faster. The boundaries change and new opportunities emerge.
Today, China is acutely aware of environmental imperatives. I am just back from my latest trip to China, where I observed the very rapid transition that it has undertaken.