For his PhD, Daniel Francoeur was interested in the detection of weak signals through his doctoral thesis: “Prevention and mitigation of crises based on the attribution of meaning to weak signals: the dynamic organizational capacity for detection and amplification of weak signals”. His objective: to understand how public organizations manage to detect danger signs and prevent certain crises and why certain organizations do not develop this capacity.
Daniel Francoeur recounts the lessons he learned from his doctoral journey “I went looking for knowledge and also I developed a working method that allows me to be effective and efficient in complex files. »
Watch this exchange between Daniel Francoeur and his thesis director, Marie-Christine Therrien, professor at ENAP and director of Cité-ID: