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  • 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.

  • digitalisation du recrutement

    Digitalizing recruitment to facilitate human interactions

    Published on 20 January 2020

    Digital technology has revolutionized HR and recruitment. The ability to digitalize certain tasks opens the door to greater focus on opportunities for face to face interactions such as such as job interviews or recruitment forums.

  • batiment GEM Labs

    Grenoble Ecole de Management inaugurates its new GEM Labs

    Published on 17 January 2020

    On January 16th, Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) officially inaugurated its new 5,000 sq.m. GEM Labs building located at the heart of Grenoble's scientific district. As a unique co-innovation center in France prefiguring the School of the Future...

  • Innovation manager: how to encourage an open innovation mindset?

    Innovation manager: how to encourage an open innovation mindset?

    Published on 17 December 2019

    An innovation manager is a key player in a company’s ability to stay ahead of the game. How can managers position themselves in order to ensure the sustainability of their organization?

  • Le dilemme des achats responsables à Noël

    Trending: buying an ethical Christmas gift...

    Published on 16 December 2019

    Christmas is a time for giving…” or maybe a time for shopping should we say. How can Christmas shopping and sustainable consumerism join paths?