Invitation Open module: Platform Strategies

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The module Platform Strategies is one of our Executive MBA Open Transformation modules.

Are you ready to platformize your business? 


Platform businesses displace old-school businesses at the top of the Fortune 500 rankings. Moreover, the era of platforms is disrupting businesses in many other ways.


The aim of the Platforms Strategies module is to provide an understanding of the current platform revolution and associated managerial and strategic challenges and to answer to:

  • How to platformize your business?
  • What kind of tools can help you? But also what skills?
  • What structure, culture and mindset?

Through an immersion in an interactivemodern, resolutely forward-looking and innovative journey, the Platform Strategies module will give you essential keys for managers and platform leader wannabes.


This event will take place from Monday 16th to Friday 20th October 2017

Remix Coworking, 24 cour des Petites Ecuries, 75010 Paris


To join the Executive MBA participants for one full week, please contact Albert Meige, EMBA Program Director at:


Read the open module brochure: Open module Platform Strategies 


About the lecturer

Dr. Thierry Isckia is in charge of Management Strategic at Télécom Ecole de Management (IMT). He is mainly working on Business Ecosystem Analysis, Knowledge Management, Platforms, IoT, Digital Transformation, Open Innovation. He is the Head of IGT Research Team (Innovation, Globalization & Tranformation) at Télécom Ecole de Management Research and organizes, with the students and the partner companies, challenges about open innovation. Besides, he publishes in review such as Harvard Business Review.


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