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  • The first Economic Peace Trophies will be awarded on May 14th, 2019 in Grenoble.

    Are you curious about economic peace?

    Published on 15 April 2019

    The first Economic Peace Trophies will be awarded on May 14th, 2019 in Grenoble. The event will recognize and promote initiatives and companies engaged in promoting greater economic peace, well-being at work and the common good.

  • Comment gagner en valeur en co-créant avec ses clients ?

    How to increase value by co-creating with customers?

    Published on 15 April 2019

    Co-creating new services and products with customers enables companies to better match customer expectations and increase the success of their offers. With the advent of digital technology, the co-creation process has become all the more accessible...

  • simulation-based medical tool

    Virtual reality: training medical students on infection control

    Published on 09 April 2019

    Grenoble Ecole de Management, University Grenoble Alpes, Imperial College London and Heidelberg University have partnered with the start-up Simango to deliver the first virtual reality training on infection control in operating rooms.

  • Mixité de genre. Comment bien composer un groupe pour favoriser l’innovation

    Mixing genders: how to build a team that fosters innovation?

    Published on 25 March 2019

    A gender balanced team can lead to greater innovation… But it only works if female ideas are equally recognized and selected!

  • Egalité salariale hommes/femmes : Où en est-on ?

    Gender pay gap: how to move forward?

    Published on 24 March 2019

    In 2017, the gender pay gap stopped it’s decade long decrease… How can companies and governments continue to make progress on this issue?

  • Nathalie Belhoste est docteur en science politique et enseignant-chercheur à Grenoble Ecole de Management au sein du département Homme, Organisations et Société

    Going global: unexpected obstacles for French SMEs

    Published on 26 February 2019

    International growth is a key turning point for many SMEs. But does a “global elite” facilitate or hinder an SME’s expansion abroad?