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  • How to Rework Your Internal Organization Using the Lego® Serious Play® Method?

    Published on 12 February 2018

    The Lego® Serious Play® Method provides an innovative approach to improving organizational processes and relationships. Discover a case in point with the Isère Media Library.

  • DBA Alumni Publication: African Female Entrepreneurship

    Published on 29 January 2018

    Amanobea Boateng is an alumna of Grenoble Ecole de Management. She completed her Doctorate in 2016. Her recent book published in October 2017 is about African Female Entrepreneurship. Based on key issues such as social feminism and the capability...

  • Doctoral Knowledge Community

    DBA: Celebrating the 25th anniversary

    Published on 25 January 2018

    The Doctorate of Business Administration program was founded by Jean-Jacques Chanaron and Thierry Grange in 1993 with the original idea of creating a doctoral program for managers. Over its 25 years, the program has grown, and we have developed...

  • Energy market barometer report - Winter 2017-2018

    Published on 22 January 2018

    This Winter 2017-2018 edition of the Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) Energy Market Barometer explores the opinion of French energy experts about the challenges of e-mobility for the electricity sector in France. The experts were also asked where...

  • Superwisor a serious game to enhance doctoral guidance

    Superwisor Wins Re-Imagine Education Bronze Awards

    Published on 12 December 2017

    The Serious Game Superwisor has won Re-Imagine Education Bronze Awards for the MBA & Executive Education Category

  • Analogical Reasoning, Generating Innovative Ideas With Customers

    Research: Analogical Reasoning, Generating Innovative Ideas With the Help of Customers

    Published on 08 December 2017

    All innovation processes begin with the generation of new ideas, the majority of which end up not being useful. To improve this process, businesses are involving customers. However, the quality of ideas generated by customers is often quite...