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  • Le buycott deviendrait-il le nouveau boycott des consommacteurs

    Could buycotting be the new boycotting?

    Published on 22 October 2018

    A consumer’s purchasing power is a power for change. New research highlights that buycotting (rewarding companies for good behavior by buying their products), may be an interesting alternative to the traditional boycott.

  • Charles-Clemens Rüling

    New Dean appointed to lead Research

    Published on 16 October 2018

    Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) has appointed Charles-Clemens Rüling, professor of organization theory, as its new Associate Dean for Research. His long standing experience in conducting and managing high-level academic research, his publication...

  • A proud GEM graduate, Dr. Ahmad Anouti

    Testimonial: My DBA Journey

    Published on 27 September 2018

    Dr. Ahmad Anouti's Testimonial, a proud Grenoble Ecole de Management graduate.

  • Gazi Islam, chercheur à Grenoble Ecole de Management

    Does permaculture offer an interesting alternative for human organizations?

    Published on 27 September 2018

    Permaculture is usually thought of as a farming practice. Yet knew research explores its potential to help us reorganize society. Thanks to its alternative approach to organizations, permaculture could offer us a positive solution to overcome...

  • Daniel Ray, enseignant-chercheur à GEM, démontre comment la satisfaction client influe sur la rentabilité de l’entreprise, en calculant son « loyalty model ».

    A direct link between bonuses and customer satisfaction

    Published on 27 September 2018

    New research indicates that the interests of executives, shareholders and customers can be united by investing in customer satisfaction. In particular, it highlights that executives have a direct financial interest in supporting customer...

  • A Rubik’s Cube to foster disruptive innovation

    Published on 27 September 2018

    A serious game based on a Rubik’s Cube? Discover the potential to create disruptive innovation through a day of gaming. 150 young professionals at Engie participated in a Grenoble Ecole de Management “Cubification” day to foster innovation.