2 days + Webinars


Trainers :

François FORT:

François holds a PhD in Management Sciences from the Ecole des Mines de Paris and HDR University Paris Dauphine. It has been HRD for fifteen years in various contexts (public and private, French, Moroccan and American industries and services), always with a strong scientific, technology or innovation dimension. Professor- Researcher at the University Paris Dauphine, he teaches change management and he is Director of four research programs.

Emmanuel LAZEGA :

Doctor of the University of Geneva – Switzerland, Post graduate student at Yale University – USA, he is Professor of Sociology at Sciences Po Paris, member of the CSO-CNRS. He is also Senior Honorary Member of the University Institute of France. His research focuses on the dynamics of multi-level networks (individual and organizational), with a specific approach to scientific and technological networks. He is also working on business, finance, legal religions universes. He is part of the editorial board of the Social Networks and International Sociology review..He is the author of several key publications in the field of sociology of social networks, some of which are substantives and other methodological.


Public and private experts, scientific experts


Understanding how social networks function, taking the specificities of scientific activity into account. Developing your personal networks according to your scientific dynamic and the time you can devote to it. Enhancing your individual capacities in the key stages of network building.
Warning : this seminar is not devoted to the use of social networks (Facebook, etc.); it does not use IT tools; it was designed by a think tank comprised of sociologists, consultants, public researchers from different disciplines, and Safran and Sanofi R&D managers.


Theory of social networks
Presentation of four cases of scientific networks

  • The scientific network: types of actors, relationships, challenges and risks
  • Forms and performance of individual scientific networks
  • Personal scientific networks/your laboratory’s networks/your boss’s networks  Diagnosis by each participant of their scientific networks
  • Challenging your idea of your own social networks
  • Integrating scientific and career dynamics
  • Scientific social networks, cooperation and competition
  • Targets and plans (hotline monitoring during recess)

Educational Methodology

  • Interactive approach combining conceptual inputs and progressive construction based on the experience of each participant.
  • Combination of conceptual, instrumental and behavioral dimensions.
  • Role-playonbehavioralquestions

Location : Paris
Registration fee : 2400 euros (Taxes not included)

For informations and registrations , please contact us : ken.slock@rist-groupe.fr