Businesses in the field of agro-industries are rapidly growing and have no intentions on slowing down! As shown by their investment strategies on the questions of innovation and R&D.
Often leaders on mature markets, the groups have been focusing more than ever on the development of new projects, new applications but also on new markets that have now become indispensable.
This reinforcement of the strategy of innovation involves the creation of positions and the enrichment of teams with new skills and new jobs often inexistent up until now internally. Sometimes it takes attracting international profiles.
Biotechnologies, production of renewable energies, data, etc., there are many subjects and they all have excellent future prospects
ARROWMAN Key Insights
The research for and the integration of new collaborators destined to work on these types of research projects are complex. With a very strong and historic corporate culture, Marie-Jo VILLEGAS observes that it is often very complicated to be open minded and to face the new challenges that can sometimes be the complete opposite the already existing ones.
Leaders must therefore accept a time for discovery and training in order to allow the new collaborators to grasp this ecosystem. Dare! Is the key word! You must search for profiles that do not necessarily know the core profession but who will be able to integrate it and therefore bring new perspectives and a new dynamic to the team in place.
Candidates must be humble and receptive! Even if their skills are extremely rare and sought for, it is essential for them to keep a thirst for learning. Through appreciating the corporate culture, they will know how to adapt their expertise and their knowledge to the context in which they will evolve.