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Customised Programme Case Study - Engie

What is Engie University ?

ENGIE is an organisation on a decades-long voyage of transformation – from a traditional energy utility and state monopoly to a pioneer of carbon reduction and services to customers.

To support this evolution, ENGIE University, the company’s in-house university approached INSEAD about the possibility of developing a programme in customer-centricity and service mindset.



Exposure of Non-Marketing staff

to marketing concepts



Silo-Busting classes

& small group work



Projects & mindset

change to bring learning to life 

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Virtual Learning allowing

for self-paced learning & reflection


Today, ENGIE is known as a global pioneer in carbon reduction. But behind the cutting-edge, sustainable identity there is a long story. The company was created in 2008 through the merger of Gaz de France and Suez.

GDF SUEZ changed its name to ENGIE in 2015 to reflect an increasingly global outlook. In 2016 it adopted a new strategy focused on a neutral carbon future, withdrawing progressively from the coal business, producing energy as locally as possible and using digital technology to maximise efficiency.

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ENGIE is a global player in low-carbon energy and services. It is a leading industrial company in low-carbon power generation (mainly based on natural gas, nuclear power and renewables), energy infrastructures and energy solutions.

Its purpose is to accelerate the transition towards a carbon-neutral world, by reducing the consumption of energy, greening the supply of energy and enabling progress through innovative low-carbon technologies and solutions, data and partnerships. ENGIE has a renewable capacity of 30 GW and, between 2016 and 2019, reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by 59%. During this period, it increased renewable energy-production capacity by 19% and decreased coal capacity by 72%. The ambition of ENGIE is to be the leader in the global energy transition. The Group currently employs 170,000 people worldwide and in 2019 achieved revenues of €60.1 billion.*


*Correct at the time of writing in May 2021