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  • Vers des notations financières responsables et durables

    Sustainability in credit ratings

    Published on 14 September 2020

    The importance of environmental and social governance (ESG) has grown rapidly over the past years. As a result, investor demand for ESG information has also grown. How are companies and credit ratings adapting to this evolution?

  • Isabelle Chaquiriand, DBA graduate 2020

    DBA testimonial: The DBA, What for ?

    Published on 11 September 2020

    "What for?" was the question many people asked me when I started my Doctorate of Business Administration.

  • The GEM New School year in Five

    Published on 08 September 2020

    Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) stretches the boundaries of technology to provide an immersive and human experience for its new students. The transition to a fully ecological and zero waste school continues to be at the heart of all our...

  • Singapour : Un nouveau parcours « Asia Social Innovation by Design »

    Singapore: new International “Asia Social Innovation by Design” course

    Published on 01 September 2020

    Students of the Grande Ecole Program will now have the opportunity to follow a “specialization” called “Asia Social Innovation by Design” in Singapore at Strate School of Design.

  • Sophia Guermi

    Three questions to Sophia Guermi

    Published on 01 September 2020

    Sophia Guermi is currently studying towards a Dual-Degree at Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) and the The French Institute for International and Strategic Affairs (IRIS). She recently won a prize for 'La parole aux 18-28' (Giving the floor to the...

  • Co-construction : la compétence indispensable dans un monde en transition

    Co-construction: The necessary skill in a world in transition

    Published on 29 June 2020

    This year, the 25 students of the Odyssey track (GEM's Grande Ecole educational innovation lab) have once again experimented. The idea: to find out how to teach the emerging skill of co-construction to allow students to better understand an object...