Uberization Can Also Mean Destruction
An entire portion of the sharing economy is enabled by “uberized” work forces. Unfortunately, the reality behind uberized work is in fact Taylorism 2.0! We speak with Thibault Daudigeos and Vincent Pasquier who highlight the limits of the sharing...
Research: When Selling a New Idea, Differentiation Beats Transparency
If you would like to raise funds for a project using crowdfunding, recent research highlights that it is better to underline what makes your idea unique rather than emphasize transparency and a multitude of explanations. This conclusion is the...
A 360° Vision for Product and Service Innovation
As global competitiveness forces companies to innovate and distinguish themselves, this 360° method for innovation focuses on capturing and using a company’s creative potential. The profiling tool was implemented by Grenoble Ecole de Management and...
Anosmia: an invisible disability
Anosmia is the loss of the sense of smell. It affects 5% of people across the world. There is no health-care system to support it. Neva Bojovic discusses what anosmia is and the difficulties of the recognition of this disability.
Capitalizing on Your Customer Relationships
How to implement a sustainable and profitable customer culture? Discover the answer with Daniel Ray’s Loyalty Model.
Research: The Psychological Factors of Household Food Waste
More than 800 million people worldwide are undernourished. And despite this, we waste a third of our global food supply every year. Despite the development of many good practices to reduce household waste, food is often squander unintentionally. In...