A survey of 36 questions (incl. 7 optional), focused on the human side of digital transition, was opened until end October 2015, and has been answered 117 persons. We kept 94 responses among them after checking that respondents and their corporations met our research criteria - be a top or middle manager in an organization of over 2000 employees.
Since then several interviews have been done with experts and executives who have developed change strategies or learning programs targeting specifically middle management in their organizations.
We are currently analyzing the responses and writing the report, which should be published in english & french languages during the first quarter 2016.
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The report will be based on responses from participants belonging to the following corporations: Air Liquide, Alcatel Lucent, Alix Partners, Alstom, Areva, Artelia, AT&T, Atos, Avanade, AXA, Bearing Point, BNP Paribas, British Columbia Public Service, BT, C&A, Capgemini, China Ting Holdings, Cisco, Daimler, Danone, DBApparel, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Bank, DSM, EMC, Engility Corporation, Ernst & Young, Faurecia, Fiat Chrysler Rimaco, GE Healthcare, Gemalto, General Motors, GP Strategies, Huawei, IBM, KPMG, La Mutuelle Générale, Lafarge Holcim, Lloyds Banking Group, McDonald's, Merck, Microsoft, Mölnlycke, Orange, Orange Business Services, Philips, PSA Peugeot Citroen, Publicis, PWC, Renault, Right Management, Rockwell Collins, Safran, Saint Gobain, Salesforce, Sanef, SAP, Schneider Electric, Shire, Siemens, Sodexo, SSE, Sun Chemical, Tata Communications, Tata Consultancy Services, Technicolor, ThyssenKrupp, Total, Transdev, Ubisoft, United Guaranty, United Technologies, ZenithOptimedia. (in bold: coporations that were represented more than once).
We are now analyzing the information gathered, and running a few one-to-one interviews with experts and leaders managing programs in that area.
We're aiming at publishing the report 1Q2016. The report will be available free for the research participants (interviewees and online survey respondents), else for a fee.