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Published on 04 April 2017
The 33rd EGOS Colloquium in Copenhagen offers a bridge to discussions concerning the aspirations, interventions and struggles for The Good Organization. We consider The Good Organization both a tempting prospect and a project inherently ridden with...
Published on 17 October 2016
David Kee (DBA Graduate 2016) is currently an assistant professor of management at the Caster College of Business at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas, and also the faculty liaison for the Waldron Entrepreneurship and Family Business Center....
Published on 10 October 2016
Grenoble Ecole de Management Director of Executive Education, Gaël FOUILLARD discusses the benefits of collaboration between researchers and corporate partners and points out the advantages of efficiently connecting both parties in order to bring...
Published on 09 June 2016
Crowdsourcing refers to the simultaneous use of intelligence, creativity and know-how of a large number of people – the “crowd” – on the web. These requests are initiated via a call for project via an internet platform. The ambition: improve the...
Published on 01 February 2016
How to Understand Managers, Researchers, and Chocolate-Chip Cookies This month Greg Molecke and Sanchayan Sengupta, both PhD full-time students at Grenoble Ecole de Management share their thoughts on what managers can learn from researchers and how...