Louise Roy: Intrapreneurship through Organizational Change: Abstract
In cases A, B, C and D, the authors describe the career of Louise Roy, a woman who has shown outstanding leadership in the organizations she has managed. The basis for her leadership lies in her training as a sociologist and her fundamental interest in human beings, but beyond this, there is also Louise Roy the person and her ability to commit. She is not afraid of taking risks, making courageous choices and seizing opportunities. Very few Canadians have held such senior positions in major European multinationals. Throughout her very unusual career, she has always been guided by a constant desire to be herself and an ongoing focus on organizational innovation.
- Part A
- Part B (included only for Teaching license purchases)
- Part C (included only for Teaching license purchases)
- Part D (included only for Teaching license purchases)
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