The full version of the survey “Digital Transformation in France” is now available for download. More than 450 executives participated in the study that included an online survey and an in-depth interview with a select group of top executives from large companies.
The study was carried out through quantitative and qualitative research, involving participants working for companies with more than 500 employees, most of them in executive positions with a holistic view of the business.
“Digital Transformation in France” is an original material from MJV Technology & Innovation containing the different facets of digital transformation in France by analyzing the country's global digitization scenario, identifying the factors that influence its development and the interpretation of the data obtained.
1. France in full transformation
The country has recovered economically and has become one of the 10 most innovative in the world.
2. Digital transformation in France
Understand the different facets of digital transformation in France through an in-depth analysis of the country's global digitalization scenario.
3. The main features of France's digital transformation
We’ve analyzed the main characteristics of digital transformation in France due to its history, organization and culture.
4. Future prospects: the financial valuation of data, a major challenge
Learn about some of the current challenges involving digital transformation in France.
“In the current context of French companies, digital transformation is a necessity”– Alexandre Barral, Investment Project Manager, Business France.
“Change management is important in rethinking new management methods. We must advance and share knowledge”– Philippe Jaa, director of engineering, Artelia.
“France is a country with a top-down democracy: large projects are launched by the state and are then spread throughout society”.– John Crowley, Senior Executive Director, Unesco.
“The startup approach: they try to do one thing, and if it does not work, they try something else. The big boxes are not in charge, as they’re in the automation.“– Eric Pradier, Vice President and General Manager, Hewlett Packard
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