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  • Mohamed Medhat Elshoubary, DBA graduate 2019

    DBA Testimonial: The Journey to Viva Voce

    Published on 21 July 2020

    Mohamed Medhat Elshoubary, DBA graduate 2019: "I consider the whole DBA experience as a turning point in my life—it primarily made me discover a lot not only about myself but also about my career. I am willing to take the benefit of the great deal...

  • COVID-19 impact – Analysis and experience from a DBA student

    COVID-19 impact: Analysis and experience from a DBA student

    Published on 16 July 2020

    COVID-19 taught me to let go of perfectionism and to accept that unprecedented crises demand unprecedented actions. Odile Hettler - Pharm.D., MBA, Doctoral candidate 

  • Emotional skills generate added value for business

    Published on 17 July 2020

    Emotional skills are essential to foster positive relationships, collaboration and co-innovation. By training an employee’s capacity to identify and manage emotions, companies improve their efficiency and decision-making processes.

  • Lorsque l’amabilité et la compétence impactent l’expérience du e-commerce

    Friendliness and competence impact online store experience

    Published on 17 July 2020

    As e-sales exploded during the Covid-19 crisis, companies have had to think how to ensure their online performance is up to par with expectations. New research highlights that the friendliness and competence of in-store staff can have a significant...

  • La micro-aventure ré-enchantera-t-elle le tourisme de demain ?

    Will micro-adventures revitalize the future of tourism?

    Published on 17 July 2020

    How can you integrate moments of wonder into a busy daily schedule? Micro-adventures offer a new trend in tourism that encourages participants to be local adventurers and bring wonder into their daily lives.

  • War vs. economic peace in times of crisis

    Published on 18 June 2020

    “We are at war.” The strong language used by the French President to describe the Covid-19 crisis highlights the faults of our current economic & societal model, which is based on aggression and competitiveness.