ACOME is the largest cooperative and participatory company (French: SCOP) in France.
Cooperative governance safeguards our long-term strategy to guarantee the company’s sustainability. At our foundation lies a model of corporate democracy, in which each employee-partner can exercise his or her right to vote at general meetings (1 person = 1 vote).
This cooperative status is the foundation of ACOME’s identity, and the company ensures that its values are upheld in its subsidiaries.
ACOME’s Board of Directors consists of 10 members, all employee-partners in the SCOP. The directors are elected for four years and represent all partners.
The Board of Directors determines the strategic direction, the general policies, the investment and research programme, and the budget.
Headed by Jacques de Heere, the Management Committee meets once per month, bringing together the branch directors and the functional leadership.
In order to accelerate operational decisions and prepare those of the Management Committee, the Executive Committee meets once a month; bringing together in addition to the Chairman-CEO:
The Strategic Orientation Committee provides input for strategic thinking and advice on the Group's major strategic and technological orientations. It is consulted on the overall coherence of activities, the priorities to be given to different actions and the future vision of activities.
Meeting four times per year, it includes Gabrielle Gauthey, Senior Vice President Carbon Neutrality Businesses at Total, and Jacques Chauvet, Independent Consultant.