Exalt Lab Design

Laboratoire de recherche commun dédié à la valorisation du design en entreprise et à la création de valeur par l'expérience.

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Philippe Picaud

Philippe Picaud

Carrefour

Philippe Picaud graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in 1979 and then received a MA in Industrial Design at Syracuse University, New York. In 1986, Philippe developed the position of Design Manager Europe with Texas Instruments. He was then given responsibility for Product Design worldwide, managing creative teams in Dallas, Tokyo, Avezzano Italy and Villeneuve-Loubet France. In 1994, Alcatel called Philippe to create an integrated design team for Alcatel Mobile Communications. In 1996 Philippe moved to PHILIPS to develop an innovative design centre in order to launch itself into the highly competitive consumer market place of mobile telephones. In 1998, he set off once again for the USA as part of the management team working on a joint venture between PCC and Lucent. In 2001 Decathlon offered Philippe the role of Design Director. His mission for Decathlon was to develop all the in-house brands. He hired and managed a team of more than 130 designers. Philippe still takes an active role in his profession and is presently on the Advisory Boards for the Design Management Institute, Boston, IFM in Paris, STRATE Design School, and member of Innovation circle of Dauphine University… Co author and direction of a book demonstrating the value of design for industries and society: Impact Design.
Christophe Rebours

Christophe Rebours

InProcess

Romain Liberge

Romain Liberge

MAIF

Laurent Coldre

Laurent Coldre

OTIS

Alexandre Anzo

Alexandre Anzo

Emakina

Dernièrement diplômée du Master en Management – spécialité Innovation & Création de Start Up du Programme Grande Ecole du Groupe ESC Clermont, j’ai pu réaliser ma dernière année d’études en alternance au sein du département innovation de la Société Générale en qualité de chargée de projet innovation et Design Thinking. C’est après avoir travaillé un an auprès de designers et anthropologues au sein de l’agence d’innovation InProcess que je me suis naturellement orientée vers les approches innovantes inspirées des pratiques du design centrées utilisateurs.