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Le Forum Magazine est le magazine édité par le Forum EPFL.

Il s’agit d’un semestriel gratuit d’environ 40 pages qui s’adresse à tous les étudiants de l’école, c’est-à-dire à plus de 10’000 lecteurs-cible. Plus particulièrement, il vise les diplômants et doctorants.

Le Forum Magazine traite de l’insertion professionnelle des diplômés. Il informe les étudiants des possibilités offertes au sein de l’école (Forum, séminaires, etc.). De plus, il offre de nombreux conseils dans le but d’aider les diplômés dans leur recherche d’emploi.

Pour cette édition 2017, le Mag de printemps sera publié au début du mois de mai, tandis que celui d’automne le sera au mois de septembre.

Un total de 3’000 exemplaires seront imprimés et distribués en main propre sur le campus.

Back to the roots of our Business

Wouter H. Savrij Droste   whsavrijdroste@bluemail.ch

Wouter loves to support, motivate and lead development for 21st century sustainable businesses. Having more than 15 years multi-cultural and sector experiences in international environments like Shell, Fortis, Chiquita, Randstad and World Economic Forum, he enjoys (recent and in parallel) supporting social, sustainable entrepreneurs via teaching and reaching his pragmatic business competences. Wouter is also a value-driven gardener and ski-instructor balancing his life by connecting to his passions for sport and nature. He holds certificates or diplomas from HEC Hogeschool Zuyd Maastricht; MBA, Business School Lausanne; Strategic Finance, IMD Lausanne and challenges himself today for an Executive Master at the Institute for Sustainable Leadership, University of Cambridge.

http://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/sustainable-development-goals

Bornstein, D. (2004) How to change the World, Social entrepreneurs and the power of new Ideas. New York: Oxford University Press.

Hamilton, S. and Micklethwait, A. (2006) Greed and Corporate Failure, The lessons from recent disasters. New York: Palgrave Macmillan

Huffington, A. (2014) Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder. London: WH Allen

Kraemer, H. (2011) From Values to Action: The Four Principles of Values-Based Leadership. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass

Mason, P. (2015) Post Capitalism: A guide to our Future. St. Ives UK: Penguin Random House

Moody-Stuart, M. (2014) Responsible Leadership: Lessons from the Front Line of Sustainability and Ethics. Sheffield: Greenleaf publishing

Porritt, J. (2007) Capitalism as if the world matters. London: Earthscan

Taylor, C. (2015) Walking the Talk: Building a Culture for Success. New York City: Random House Business.

Visser, W. (2015) Sustainable Frontiers. Sheffield: Greenleaf Publishing Limited

 

Equal-salary, a Swiss social entrepreneur

Véronique Goy et André Schneider

http://www.equalsalary.org/fr

http://www.ebg.admin.ch/themen/00008/00072/00381/index.html?lang=fr

http://www.centrepatronal.ch/?id=262

Paschoud, Egalité salariale: la manipulation d’un juste principe, ISBN 2-940089-26-4, 2015

 

Master Spécialisé en Management de l’ Énergie et Durabilité

Professeur Maher Kayal

http://master.epfl.ch/energy

Maher Kayal obtient en 1983 son Master et en 1989 son Doctorat en génie électrique à l’EPFL. Il travaille depuis 1990 au ELAB (Electronics Laboratories) à l’École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne où il est aujourd’hui professeur et directeur de la section Energy Management and Sustainability.

 

Perspect Sunglasses

Tanguy Moser

http://www.perspect.ch/

 

BestMile Cloud Intelligence For Driverless Vehicles

Raphaël Gindrat

https://bestmile.com/

 

APCO Technologies, 25 ans déjà!

André Pugin

http://www.apco-technologies.eu/

 

La santé au travail

Docteur Laurence Wasem

Dr. Laurence Wasem, médecin du travail FMH, indépendante, ancien médecin cantonal adjoint chargée de la santé au travail des collaborateurs et collaboratrices de l’Etat de Vaud, actuellement mandatée dans différentes compagnies et entreprises privées ou publiques, en Suisse Romande.

 

Happiness and Productivity

Professeur Eugenio Proto 

Eugenio Proto is Associate Professor at the University of Warwick (UK) and research associate at the Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy (CAGE), the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) and the CESifo Group. He holds a PhD in Economics from Université libre de Bruxelles (ECARES) and he graduated from Bocconi University. His recent research interests include effect of intelligence, personality and subjective well-being on economic decision and labor published about these topics on several leading economic journals.

Professeur Daniel Sgroi

Daniel Sgroi is Associate Professor at the University of Warwick, Theme Leader at the Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy (CAGE) and a research fellow at the Centre for Economic Theory and its Applications (CRETA). He holds a DPhil and MPhil from Nuffield College, University of Oxford and a BA from Cambridge University. His fields are Behavioural and Experimental Economics and Economic Theory as well as applications to Industrial Organization, Labour Economics and Finance. He has published widely in several leading economic journals.

A.J.Oswald, E.Proto, D.Sgroi, Happiness and Productivity, University of Warwick

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/economics/staff/academic/proto/workingpapers/happinessproductivity.pdf

 

Donner du sens au travail – L’enjeu de la création de valeurs de demain

Docteur Samuel Bendahan

Samuel Bendahan est docteur en Sciences Économiques à la faculté des Hautes Études Commerciales de l’Université de Lausanne. Il y enseigne, ainsi qu’à l’EPFL, le comportement organisationnel, le leadership, le management et l’économie. Il est aussi chercheur au Brain Mind Institute de l’EPFL. Par ailleurs, il est président d’une entreprise de consulting, membre du conseil d’administration de la Banque Cantonale Neuchâteloise et député au parlement vaudois.

 

Happiness : The Next Big Job Search Metric

Stephen Fischer

Stephen completed his BA at the University of Washington in Seattle, USA, and began his international education career in Mexico more than 25 years ago, teaching English to teens and methodology and pedagogy at university level for language teachers at the Universidad de Guadalajara. Arriving in Switzerland in 1991, he completed a MA-TESOL at the University of London, and moved from full-time classroom teaching to program planning and, in 1995, was asked to take on the international enrollment management for Lemania Group of Schools in Lausanne. During the next ten years, he traveled extensively, recruiting students in more than 50 countries for US and Swiss schools. In 2007, he established career services at EHL, opening their first-ever Career Center a year later. Though a frequent visiting expert at EPFL career events, he joined our team only in March 2015. Stephen speaks English, French and Spanish, lives on an organic farm, and has three daughters.

 

References :

1) http://www.forbes.com/2006/02/11/happiness-economists-money_cx_pm_money06_0214maidment.html

2) http://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/happiness-metric-sustainbility

3)  http://www.theguardian.com/careers/careers-blog/identify-your-values-before-job-seeking

4) http://www.castlecraig.co.uk/blog/05/2012/work-related-stress-burnout-switzerland

5) http://news.lancs.ac.uk/Web/News/Pages/30552BB58844CDC3802570BD0036404C.aspx

7) https://www.quora.com/How-many-companies-exist-in-the-world