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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...

  • 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.

  • 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?