Thrown into the lions’ den

Laurent Chenu

Management Trainee at ORMIT
Projects @ ORMIT:
- PMO Change Management at BNP Paribas Fortis
- Business Process Management Officer at GDF Suez Electrabel

I like spending time with family and friends, playing sports, reading and eating!

I don't like haters.

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Monday March 4th 2013: my first day at ORMIT. I barely get the chance to get to know the other ORMIT’ers or to understand how it all works when I have the opportunity to have my first intake on Thursday 7th at BNP Paribas Fortis.

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Change you can believe in!

Lennert Vierendeels

Management Trainee at ORMIT
Projects @ ORMIT
- Demand Planning Project Team at Axalta Coating Systems
- Change Officer at BNP Paribas Fortis

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“Change officer for change management for the Client Competence Centres” was to be my first assignment for ORMIT, at BNP Paribas Fortis. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that one of the first questions at my intake interview went as follows: “what are the most important things in change management?”.  Continue reading

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Within the MIVB are seeds of opportunity

Sebastiaan Dhollander

Alumni at ORMIT

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After a challenging time at the VIP, I had the opportunity to start my next assignment at the STIB-MIVB. Coincidentally all my assignments take place in organizations that are in some sort of crisis. The first 6 months of my ORMIT track I spent as a Pricing Analyst at bpost, a company accused and punished of misuse of its monopolistic position. As all operations of the Pricing department had to be halted until further notice, this verdict had a considerable impact on my day to day job. Next I gathered experience at BNP Paribas Fortis, which as a bank evidently was confronted with the global financial crisis but also with a domestic problem. More specifically, as Belgium’s largest retail bank, BNPPF shows the lowest customer satisfaction figures compared to its domestic competitor’s. As a result, most of the banks internal initiatives aimed directly or indirectly at the improvement of this competitive situation.Continue reading

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