When Céline Schillinger looked around her workplace she saw that the system didn’t value the diversity of competencies that different people could bring. They were being wasted. The system was focusing on a very narrow bandwidth of talents and always promoted the same kind of people, coming from the same background, and with the same kind of thinking. She decided to do something about it. Céline was called a troublemaker by her bosses, but thanks to her passion to grow and improve on rigid corporate systems, she was awarded Woman of the Year — La Tribune Women’s Awards in 2013. Céline is now the Head of Quality Innovation & Engagement at Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines division of the multinational pharmaceutical company Sanofi.
Ideascale2019-11-28T09:24:10-08:00November 4th, 2016|Categories: Innovation Ecosystem, Organization & Culture, Podcast|Tags: Change Management, corporate activism, enterprise innovation, gender, healthcare, interviews, MNC, pharmaceutical, podcast, social media, team diversity, Teamwork, top management|