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    A New Dean for the New School Year at Grenoble Ecole de Management

    Published on 20 October 2020

    Federico Pigni, the sixth New Dean of Faculty at GEM, elected in July 2020, has now fully taken on his new functions. He is the third Dean to be elected and his plans are shaped by his vision.

  • Projets intégratifs en entreprises : des dispositifs pédagogiques gagnant-gagnant

    Integrative company projects: a win-win educational model

    Published on 17 September 2020

    Companies with concrete operational and strategic challenges can benefit from the skills of GEM students. The integrative projects program enables a team of GEM students to explore, analyze and report their findings on a specific mission for a...

  • Les biotechs et le Coronavirus. Pourquoi asseoir une collaboration internationale ?

    Biotech and Coronavirus: the challenge of global collaboration

    Published on 15 September 2020

    The Covid crisis has strongly impacted the biotech industry. With the need for vaccinations and treatments, speed has become an essential factor in the development process. How is the industry reacting to this change?

  • Vers des notations financières responsables et durables

    Sustainability in credit ratings

    Published on 14 September 2020

    The importance of environmental and social governance (ESG) has grown rapidly over the past years. As a result, investor demand for ESG information has also grown. How are companies and credit ratings adapting to this evolution?

  • The GEM New School year in Five

    Published on 08 September 2020

    Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) stretches the boundaries of technology to provide an immersive and human experience for its new students. The transition to a fully ecological and zero waste school continues to be at the heart of all our...

  • Emotional skills generate added value for business

    Published on 17 July 2020

    Emotional skills are essential to foster positive relationships, collaboration and co-innovation. By training an employee’s capacity to identify and manage emotions, companies improve their efficiency and decision-making processes.