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  • DBA Testimonial: Dr. Maung Min

    Published on 01 September 2021

    "A key reason for pursuing a DBA was that I wanted to make an impact through applied research. With my considerable experience in corporate sustainability strategy, I felt through DBA my contribution could be in the scholarly practice of...

  • DBA Testimonial: Dr. Afshin Kateb

    Published on 18 October 2021

    "I firmly believe today (business, personal and professional) the battle is fought asymmetrically and synchronically therefore new analytic and problem resolution modes are needed to solve problems. Consequently, it became clear that obtaining a...

  • DBA Testimonial: Dr. Benjamin Powers

    Published on 01 August 2021

    "As a key component of the DBA is the managerial contribution, there is a natural integration of practice and research embedded in the program. That realization caused me to consider how we could develop more opportunities to integrate research and...

  • Comment construire (et préserver) son réseau professionnel en télétravail ?

    How can you build (and maintain) your professional network while working from home?

    Published on 12 July 2021

    Barthelemy Chollet, a professor at Grenoble Ecole de Management and a specialist in interpersonal networks, gives his recommendations for maintaining professional relationships when working remotely.

  • la majorité des personnes qui opte pour un plat froid sous-estime sa valeur réelle en calories

    When eating cold food means eating more food

    Published on 09 July 2021

    International research shows that the temperature of a dish, depending on whether it is served hot or cold, can potentially change our perception of its objective calorie content.

  • Grégory Vanel, docteur en économie internationale et professeur à Grenoble Ecole de Management, explique pourquoi le taux d’imposition mondial des sociétés à 15 % constitue « un accord a minima ».

    Global corporate tax rate at 15%: "a watered-down agreement"

    Published on 08 July 2021

    Grégory Vanel, Doctor in international economics and professor at Grenoble Ecole de Management, explains why the 15% global corporate tax rate is "a watered-down agreement".