Project Leader - digital projects
As a digital project leader, Gaëlle Juton supports the company's businesses and employees in co-constructing new digital tools.
Digital project leader Gaëlle Juton supports Laïta’s digital transformation in a transversal role across four markets: farming in the Great West region, consumer products, dairy ingredients and nutrition: "My role is to identify the needs of each sector in order to co-construct targeted solutions that meet their expectations. I take a collaborative approach with the staff and departments concerned, who contribute to the design, experimentation and deployment of solutions."
Collaborative workshops and a participatory approach
Along with her colleagues, Gaëlle investigates all opportunities presented by new technologies for managing customer relationships, workstations, team collaboration, development of big data, etc. Gaëlle and her team, together with the Celtilait commercial team, have set up collaborative workshops to standardise the typical progress of a remote canvassing meeting. They used the same participatory approach with Laïta Nutrition to identify and qualify useful canvassing data for the team.
My role is to identify the needs of each sector in order to co-construct targeted solutions that meet their expectations. I take a collaborative approach with the staff and departments concerned, who contribute to the design, experimentation and deployment of solutions.
Project Leader - digital projects
Support and training
"We're also setting up the initial Galileo interviews to analyse business practices and establish targeted collaborative tools that will help streamline the process. "
Under the Galileo project, Gaëlle oversees the progressive migration of staff onto the new, more modern and functional digital toolbox by organising user training sessions to support the changes and help staff to start using the new features.
Talking about Laïta
R&D Project Leader
« Every project is different. I interface with customers all over the world, formulating and testing recipes to suit their requirements and holding discussions with different factory departments to set up production. There’s never a dull day! »
Drying tower operator
« What I like about Laïta is the trust they put in me and the autonomy I have. Working 3x8 shifts has its advantages and its drawbacks, but it’s easy to organise yourself because the schedule is set three months in advance. And there’s such a good atmosphere on site and among the team. »
Production line supervisor
« What I like about the crepes unit is that it’s a ‘living’ product and there’s no routine. The cooking process, the consistency of the crepes, their visual appearance - everything has to be constantly monitored. The operator needs to have a feel for the product, finely-tuned adjustments are vital if you want a product that looks as good as it tastes! »
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Supporting and training our employees
The enhancement of skills among our staff and managers contributes to the development and well-being of our human capital, along with quality recruitment and the integration of new arrivals.
Skills enhancement among our staff and managers, along with quality recruitment and integrating new arrivals, contributes to the development and well-being of our human capital.