Seminar: NWOW & Paperless

Any NWOW (New Ways of Working) project, built on the notion of space-time flexibility, presupposes a digitalization component.
What does the implementation of a paperless policy imply for the individual and the organization? How can we best anticipate its impact?

This training, organised by the HEC Digital Lab and HEC Liège Executive Education, will enable you to understand what the implementation of a paperless policy implies for the individual and the organisation.


  • 08:45 ▶ Prerequisites and links with other NWOW projects ▶ Analysis tools - Organizational diagnosis: mapping of key processes, work organization (division, coordination, etc.).
  • 10:45 ▶ Analysis tools - Stakeholder mapping: decision-making, relationships between players (challenges, strategic alliances, means of action) ▶ Interrelations of these elements with the paperless project (reciprocal interactions): identify the project's potential impacts and challenges, as well as feedback effects
  • 13:00 ▶ Lecture and tool presentation: Needs analysis and solution selection ▶ Lecture and tool presentation: Risk management
  • 14:45 ▶ Implementation: Analysis and implementation exercises in sub-groups, based on real cases, focusing on anticipating the impact of paperless on processes, risk analysis and management, the effects of project management style, and the interplay of players.
  • 16:30 ▶ Feedback, cross-sectional analysis and conclusion


  • Giseline RONDEAUX

    Researcher at LENTIC and NWOW-SME coordinator // ULiège

Giseline has a PhD in Management Sciences and is a researcher at HEC Liège at the LENTIC (Laboratoire d’Etudes sur les Nouvelles formes de Travail, l’Innovation et le Changement). She is the coordinator of NWOW-PME, an inter-university platform of NWOW best practices for SMEs, and accompanies several projects in companies.

For more information, visit the HEC Liège Executive Education  website.