A few words from Loïck Roche, Dean and Director, Grenoble Ecole de Management:
For several months now, we have been going through an unprecedented situation with the Covid-19 pandemic. For all of us, personal and professional lives have been impacted by this crisis which calls for empathy, innovation and discernment.
At GEM, continuous crisis management started in December. As an international institution, we had to deal both with our students on exchange programs and our off-site students who were worried, as well as with cancelled classes.
Today, our actions are guided by three priorities:
- Be a responsible and supportive school and employer – which means doing everything we can to preserve the health of our learners and staff members alike;
- Guarantee academic continuity and success of our learners;
- Anticipate the future and guarantee the sustainability of our institution.
It is essential for me to share this course of action with you and most importantly to share a message of support from the school, management and teams, to wish you all the courage and necessary tenacity to face these difficult times.