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« OpenHR » : le premier projet académique international d’open innovation en ressources humaines
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« OpenHR » : le premier projet académique international d’open innovation en ressources humaines

OpenHR is the first international academic open innovation project in Human Ressources Management, officially launched in September 2016. Several groups of 3-5 students of the master 2 « Digital HRM », from IMT-BS (Institut Mines-Telecom Business School), have 9 months to imagine and design innovative, and operational, solutions in response to HR issues given by companies. They present their POC (Proof of Concept) and Business Case in front of a jury of 20 HR professionals in June. To achieve this goal, they will work with a broad ecosystem of professionals, academics, students from the world of Human Resources, HR innovation and more generally digital transformation.

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OpenHR is the first international academic open innovation project in Human Ressources Management, officially launched in September 2016. Several groups of 3-5 students of the master 2 « Digital HRM », from IMT-BS (Institut Mines-Telecom Business School), have 9 months to imagine and design innovative, and operational, solutions in response to HR issues given by companies.
BAUDOIN Emmanuel - IMT Business School |
BOUVIER Laurence - IMT Business School |

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