Before entering IBM France offices in Bois-Colombes (Hauts-de-Seine), in a suburb of La Défense, we cross the garden. The greenery is generous and provided. On hot days, you almost want to transform the long infinity turquoise pools into swimming lanes...
IBM moved fifteen years ago to this campus with horizontal buildings. An architectural detail that has its importance. "It was a question of leaving the verticality of the Defence and decompartmentalizing our offices, explains Béatrice Kosowski as she enters her office bathed in light. There are only three closed offices. We focused on collaborative spaces and exchange, which here is permanent."
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The color of the eyes of this elegant woman is reminiscent of the turquoise water of the pools lined in the campus a few minutes before. After graduating from Essec, she tried her hand at entrepreneurship in the late 1980s. An experience that took place...
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