Master Class on Change Strategies

25 May 2016

What leaders must know to make their
transformational change strategy work

  • What can we learn from neurobiology to make change happen in an effective way?
  • How can we successfully leverage emotions to create serenity in individuals and teams?
  • What is a dynamic, stable, and sustainable change, and how can you implement it for yourself and your organization? 

The École des Ponts Business School cordially invites you to the Master Class on change strategies on 25 May 2016, led by Alessandro Biscaccianti, Professor at École des Ponts Business School, Executive Coach and Corporate Change Strategist. It will be followed by an informal networking, where you will have the opportunity to discuss your MBA or Executive MBA project with our alumni, participants and admissions team.

Alessandro Biscaccianti

Trilingual, Italian, French and English, Alessandro Biscaccianti is a professor of business negociations at École des Ponts Business School. He's also a consultant, trainer and coach for boards of directors and senior managers in the field of change management, strategic management, creativity, negotiation, mediation and conflict resolution. His degrees include an Msc in engineering-architecture at Università di Bologna, an MBA in international business at École des Ponts Business School, a Doctorate in business administration at the International School of Management (Paris, New-York). He served as project manager for ABB in the construction of power plants in the middle east and as quality director for CMC, the second-leading italian construction company. He's also an advisor for number of start-ups.

This event is a part of the Executive Transformation Series

Date: May 25, 2016
Venue : 77 rue de Miromesnil, 75008 Paris


  • 6:30 Welcome desk opens
  • 7:00 Introduction by François Blanchet, Careers & Admissions Director, École des Ponts Business School
  • 7:15 Master Class led by Alessandro Biscaccianti
  • 8:15 Q&As
  • 8:45 Drinks & informal networking
Please note that participation to this event is free but registration is mandatory as the number of seats is limited.


For more information, please contact Kataline Boubet - + 33 (0)1 64 15 22 12 –