Dr. Regis Chasse is the Dean of the Leadership Institute at Majid Al Futtaim, a Dubai-based lifestyle conglomerate with over 44,000 employees across 16 MENAP countries. He is accountable for all aspects of the Leadership Institute which supports the strategic transformation agenda of the Group. He oversees three schools: School of Leadership Development, School of Analytics and Technology, and the School of Great Moments (Customer Experience).
Previously, Dr. Regis Chasse was member of the Capgemini University executive committee, and Director of Curriculum for Capgemini Group until December 2017. He was responsible for building the strategic capabilities necessary for Capgemini Group to achieve its objectives and ambitions in the near and long term. He was managing a total of 50 curricula grouped in 4 domains: Executive and Leadership Education, Professional Excellence, Technology Expertise, Sector and Service Line Excellence. In 2017, Capgemini global curriculum reached over 225,000 employees across 42 countries, either virtually, regionally or centrally.
Dr. Regis Chasse began his career as a software engineer and project manager, while graduating from the “Ecole Privee des Sciences Informatiques” (E.P.S.I.) in Paris, France, with a Master in Computer Science (french-eq.). He then moved to the United States in 1993. He completed a Master in Business Administration from the University of Nebraska. He then joined Capgemini Group in 1998.
Recently, he has completed both a Master of Education and a Doctorate of Education through the PennCLO program at the University of Pennsylvania. His doctoral dissertation discusses “the value of professional certifications for Corporations”.
Dr. Chasse is also a seasoned conference speaker on the topics of continuous learning, learning innovation, communities of practice, digital age learning and learning effectiveness evaluation. Dr. Chasse was a member of the Employer Subject Matter Expert Team (ESMET) advising the US Department of Education on the “Jobs for the Future” initiative.