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Ariadne – Kick off meeting

Retro planning and work packages

Retro planning & work packages


  • Presentation of the School ESCEM

  • Presentation of the Chaire and the training ‘l’Economie Sociale et ses enjeux’

  • Presentation of the training offer

  • The origins of the project

  • The specificity of management in social economy and the needs for specific training

  • The overall objectives of the project

  • The work packages

Retroplanning and work packages


Escem school of business management
ESCEM School of Business & Management

  • ESCEM Tours/Poitiers

    • one of the French grandes écoles specialising in business and management, doubly accredited by AACSB and EQUIS in 2006, ESCEM boasts the highest international academic standards and is committed to developing top-quality, innovative teaching and research

    • By obtaining both AACSB International and EQUIS accreditations in 2006, ESCEM has joined the select club of top European Management schools reaching the highest international academic standards.

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Escem school of business management1
ESCEM School of Business & Management

  • ESCEM Tours/Poitiers

    • By structuring its curriculum and its mission around 4 strong values that are

      • commitment,

      • integrity,

      • curiosity

      • and humility,

    • …ESCEM wishes to train future managers who will contribute to making changes. The keys to understanding companies lie in knowing how to listen, being aware of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility), accepting other cultures and different ways of doing and thinking.

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Escem school of business management2
ESCEM School of Business & Management

  • ESCEM Tours/Poitiers

    • KEY FIGURES

    • 2800 students

    • 13 000 alumni

    • 70 full-time faculty members

    • 110 partner institutions

    • 28 double degrees

    • 16% of graduates work internationally

    • 450 professional visiting lecturers

    • 2 campuses (Tours, Poitiers) and offices in Paris

    • 400 corporate partners

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The chair in social economy management
The Chair in “Social Economy & Management”

  • The Chair in "Social Economy and Management"

    • Created in partnership with leading businesses and organizations in the sector (AUDIENS, MAIF, FEHAP, ANDESI, CIRIEC France).

    • The Chair works on current issues in the social economy, as well as the specificities of management in those businesses.

      • It provides:

        • training aimed at social economy employees and designed to strengthen the sense of belonging to their company by means of management mobilisation.

        • studies and research seminars, in partnership with CIRIEC on the specificities of management in social economy

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The origins of the project
The origins of the project

  • In March 2009 the Chair launched a training program on the Social Economy and Management for managers of Social Economy organisations.

    • In the past year, there have been 10 such training programmes, each catering to around fifteen people, i.e. a total of 150 people having attended the training.

      • From the very first programme, we have witnessed a particularly high level of attendance at the training classes.

      • The assessments of participants reveal a strong awareness of the specificities of social economy businesses and a stronger sense of belonging at the end of the training.

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The origins of the project1
The origins of the project

  • We are particularly gratified to note that we are tackling key issues regarding the social economy model for economic and social development, in the following contexts:

    • economic and financial crisis based on the dominant economic model

    • the socio-ecological transition that we have been observing for some years.

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The specificity of management in social economy and the needs for specific training
The specificity of management in social economy and the needs for specific training

  • We noted that this training programme raises management awareness of:

    • the merits of the Social Economy

    • the sense of belonging and pride at belonging to this sector

    • the need to develop consistency between everyone's daily practices as regards the values advocated, the key is therefore to be particularly attentive to individual behaviour

    • the essential role of managers in their ability to act as facilitators and intermediaries to encourage employees also to develop an awareness of the importance of the Social Economy and the sense of, and consequently pride in, belonging

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The specificity of management in social economy and the needs for specific training (ctd.)

  • The role of management according to Mintzberg


The specificity of management in social economy and the needs for specific training (ctd)

  • As a leader, that is as the person who shows the direction, the manager needs to be well aware of the specificities of Social Economy, hence the need for a specific training.

  • Indeed, most professionals in the field are today recruited based upon their technical skills, and less upon their human skills and the values they are keen on promoting.

  • Therefore, social economy organisations may be losing the specificities of their culture as they get more ‘professional’ and less ‘militant’, if they don’t give good care to maintaining their culture and values throughout the process.

  • The addition of a specific management training in social economy appears therefore vital to this professionalization process

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The overall objectives of the project
The overall objectives of the project needs for specific training (

  • It seems therefore relevant to recommend transferring this on-going training experience to the context of a partnership forming part of the European Leonardo (dissemination) programme

  • Ahead of this transfer, the objective is to study the common European model for the management of organizations in social economy (référentiel= terms of reference) and to design and develop enhanced training modules

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The overall objectives of this initiative
The overall objectives of this initiative needs for specific training (

  • This project is the opportunity to reach the following goals:

    • Seminars and publications

      • A symposium will be held in France in march 2012

      • the opportunity of other seminars should be carried out by the other partners

      • A publication should be considered on « What is management in the social economy, what are its specificities and how to teach it”

    • Strengthening of the partnerships

      • Developing activities beyond the Ariadne project

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The overall objectives of this initiative1
The overall objectives of this initiative needs for specific training (

  • This project is the opportunity to reach the following goals (ctd.):

    • The development of an E learning platform

      • A common e-learning platform for 2013/2014

  • Help new members in the European Union to open themselves to social economy

    • By the means of innovative training programs

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Wp 1 project management partnership meetings
WP 1 - Project management & Partnership meetings needs for specific training (

  • Leader Escem

  • Time span 10/2010-09/2012

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Wp 2 transfer and integration of innovative intial training
WP 2 needs for specific training (- Transfer and integration of innovative intial training

  • Leader Escem

  • Time span: 10/2010-01/2011

    Step 1 - Synthesis and background information by ESCEM for kick-off

    Step 2 - Presentation of the "Chaire" of Social Economy and Management + Q&A

    Step 3 - Bilateral meetings with each partner for better integration of concepts

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Wp 3 european tor in social economy
WP 3 - European ToR in Social Economy needs for specific training (

  • Leader HEC Liège

  • Time span 02/2011-10/2011

    Step 1 - Validation of a common ToR in Generic Management based on existing ToR

    Step 2 - Comparative elements on national Social Economy status by each partner

    Step 3 - Identification of specific issues regarding Social Economy (after s 2 and WP 2)

    Step 4 - Finalisation of a European ToR framework on Management in Social Economy

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Wp 4 further development of training solution in management of social economy
WP - 4 Further development of Training solution in Management of Social Economy

  • Leader Euricse

  • Time span 10/2011-08/2012

    • Step 1 - Enrich pre-exisiting BE+FR based on WP3 --> ready for WP6

    • Step 2 - Adaptation + translation to UK and IT needs and context --> ready for WP6

    • Step 3 - Validation/Finalisation based on WP5 and first seminars of WP6

    • Step 4 - S3 --> Modular approach to include in existing management training (all countries)

    • Step 5 - Quality Assurance approach to be integrated via the Strategy of the training offer

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Wp 5 development of the hungarian module and the corresponding transfer process
WP - 5 Development of the Hungarian module and the corresponding transfer process

  • Leader BGF

  • Time span 10/2011-05/2012

    • Step 1 - Assessment of Hungarian specificities to adapt the European ToR Framework

    • Step 2 - Identify organisations and people for the last phase of WP6

    • Step 3 - Adapt S1 and S2 of WP4 based on this assessment and the input of people/organisations

    • Step 4 - Translation of that approach into a transfer mechanism

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Wp 6 pilot seminars evaluation and validation of the training modules
WP 6 - Pilot seminars: Evaluation and validation of the training modules

  • Leader Open University

  • Time span 03/2012-08/2012

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Wp 7 promotion dissemination and exploitation plan
WP 7 - Promotion, dissemination and Exploitation plan training modules

  • Leader Mac- Team

  • Time Span 12/2010-09/2012

  • Steps

    • Action 1 - Communication strategy and plan

    • Action 2 - Internet website

    • Action 3 - Communication and promotional materials (to be defined by Action 8 on top of www, leaflet)

    • Action 4 - Support to users on collaborative tools

    • Action 5 - 1 or several publications (CIRIEC Revue intl, Management & Avenir, CIRIEC collection…)

    • Action 6 - joint Ariadne/CIRIEC symposium

    • Action 7 - Support to partners to implement events/conferences

    • Action 8 - Exploitation and Action plans

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Wp 7 promotion dissemination and exploitation plan ctd
WP 7 - Promotion, dissemination and Exploitation plan (ctd.) training modules

  • Deliverables

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Hermes-OSR training modulesOpen Social Responsibility

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

This communication reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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