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  • 2020 MIT GSW: Entrepreneurship & Social Impact

    2020 MIT GSW: entrepreneurship for sustainable societies

    Published on 23 January 2020

    On March 23rd and 24th, Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) will co-organize the 2020 MIT Global Startup Workshop (MIT GSW). By focusing on transformative entrepreneurship, disruptive technology and social impact, this year’s event will offer a...

  • Grenoble Ecole de Management dévoile ses projets pour deux campus modulables et expérientiels à Grenoble et Paris à l’horizon 2019 et 2020.

    Positive Impact Rating: Students reward Grenoble Ecole de Management’s positive environmental impact

    Published on 22 January 2020

    Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM), is one of the top 30 business schools in the world to have a positive impact on society according to the new Positive Impact Rating (PIR).

  • Ge MU– 2019 DBA graduate

    Testimonial: DBA Research, a Journey into the Unknown Realm

    Published on 21 January 2020

    Five years ago, I wouldn't have believed I'd have the opportunity to visit MIT as a postdoctoral researcher. In 2014, I was an education administrator at a university in Chengdu, China. Before that, I was a teacher at a vocational college. Working...

  • Est-ce la mort annoncée de la « fast fashion » ?

    Is “fast fashion” coming to an end?

    Published on 20 January 2020

    H&M, Zara, Forever 21, Gap, Bershka… Fast fashion brands are recognizable around the world. Despite representing 10-20% of the global fashion market, is this business model coming to an end?

  • Gotteland David

    A good leader boosts a market-oriented culture

    Published on 20 January 2020

    Leadership style accounts for 16% of how well an organization creates a client-oriented culture. As it’s relatively easy to implement changes in leadership, this factor can be an effective lever to encourage a client culture.

  • Service Freemium : lorsque la qualité fait la différence

    Freemium offers: quality the key to converting free users?

    Published on 20 January 2020

    Free digital services have become so commonplace that converting users to premium offers has become a major challenge for many digital companies. New research highlights quality as a key factor in successfully implementing a freemium strategy.