On November 28, the Management division of the INSEEC MSc & MBA in Bordeaux was sponsored byNicolas LEROY-FLEURIOT, CEO of Cheops Technology.
A racing car enthusiast, the CEO of one of France’s leading Cloud Computing companies has nicely metaphorized the management of a company to driving a sports car. According to him, in both cases, it is essential to go for it but to anticipate the turns, to assume one’s style, and to take one’s time while making sure to reach the finish line.
“Recruiting talent is just the beginning. Retaining them is a challenge.”
Nicolas LEROY-FLEURIOT made a point of honor of what is defined today as QWL; Quality of Life at Work.
A major issue for today’s companies, QWL refers to actions that make it possible to reconcile improvements in working conditions with the maintenance of company performance. QWL cannot be effectively implemented without a collaborative approach by all the players in the company. As a result, QWL helps to strengthen and ensure the commitment of all.
He also emphasizes the importance of fostering employability, which is the importance of retaining talent.
After an innovative and inspiring speech, Nicolas LEROY-FLEURIOT raises the biggest challenge for the company: retaining its talents.
Cheops Technology, innovative in all areas
The French company is now a key player in the digital transformation of companies thanks to three strategic areas of activity: the digital workplace, data management and IT transformation. It has four distinct divisions:
- technological upgrading
- network-security & unified communications
- cloud & managed services.
To see far ahead to anticipate the needs of its customers and the expectations of the market and to offer a tailor-made customization because each customer is unique. Use the best of technology to get the best performance, and innovate relentlessly to be disruptive.
Inspired by Californian companies, the company located in Canéjan (33) offers its employees an idyllic working environment. Indeed, we can observe a nap room or employees with their pets. Moreover, Nicolas LEROY-FLEURIOT wanted to dress his premises with a slide, a Formula 1 car or even Tintin’s rocket, objects emblematic of what he has been passionate about since childhood.
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Updated 24 February 2022