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  • Charles-Clemens Rüling, Directeur de la Recherche à GEM, parle du défi de la confiance collective dans le secteur de la santé

    Health Sector: Charles-Clemens Rüling about the challenge of collective trust

    Published on 22 February 2019

    Charles-Clemens Rüling, Associate Dean for Research at GEM and Coordinator of the Chair for Public Trust in Health

  • Federico Pigni a propos de Digital Twins dans une interview accordée au canal Xerfi.

    Why are Digital Twins becoming a business imperative?

    Published on 14 February 2019

    What are these custom and very specific types of virtual simulations and how can they open up a multitude of new opportunities for us?

  • Baromètre du Marché de l’Énergie – Hiver 2018 : blockchain

    Energy market barometer report - Winter 2018

    Published on 31 January 2019

    The Winter 2018 edition of the Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) Energy Market Barometer explores the opinion of the French energy experts on the role of blockchain technology for the French energy sector. The experts were also asked about their...

  • Les dynamiques de pouvoir dans le domaine du coaching

    The power dynamics in coaching

    Published on 24 January 2019

    Interpersonal relationships are a fundamental key to successful coaching. However, recent research highlights the importance of going beyond the coach-coachee relationship in order to consider triangular power relationships between coach, coachee...

  • Caroline Cuny, GEM

    How can you encourage the success of a new product?

    Published on 24 January 2019

    Despite great design, some new products still bomb. New research highlights that such failures could be due to a lack of harmony between product design and market position.

  • la théorie des perspectives

    Cognitive bias: how risk affects decision-making

    Published on 21 December 2018

    Why do we double down and risk losing everything at a casino yet refuse to accept other bets that have much better odds? Risk aversion and cognitive bias help us understand unwise decisions.