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  • Pierre-Yves Sanseau Copy Jayet - Les soft skills, clé de voûte des entreprises en contexte critique ?

    Covid-19: why have soft skills become essential for companies?

    Published on 12 January 2021

    Creativity, empathy, cooperation, autonomy… These qualities have become essentiel during the Covid-19 crisis. With many challenges in agility, companies have come to rely on soft skills to ensure their survival in a post-covid era.

  • Covid 19 et vaccination : les raisons d’une défiance à la française

    Covid-19 vaccinations: why are the French defiant?

    Published on 11 January 2021

    Vaccines have always been a touchy subject in France. And all the more so since the 90s. Despite the start of Covid-19 vaccination campaigns in several countries, many people in France express an unwillingness to be vaccinated.

  • Télétravail : quelle est motivation des salariés en période de confinement

    The motivation of telecommuters during the lockdown

    Published on 13 October 2020

    Telecommuting is normally synonymous with greater freedom and flexibility. However, the Covid-19 crisis imposed telecommuting on many workers without the freedom to choose. How does this particular context impact worker motivation?

  • 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 

  • 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...

  • 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.