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  • Neila Latrous, rédactrice en chef Maghreb Moyen Orient de Jeune Afrique

    Neila Latrous: a strategy to climb the journalism career ladder!

    Published on 25 March 2019

    A business degree can open doors outside of business. Neila Latrous shares her experience of becoming a political journalist after graduating from Grenoble Ecole de Management.

  • 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?

  • Une formation Data Aspergers pilote en France

    Training in data: a unique program for Asperger’s profiles

    Published on 15 March 2019

    By 2020, French companies will have to fill 900,000 jobs in the field of data. In response to this challenge and to support diversity in the workplace, GEM is launching a program specifically dedicated to training students with Asperger’s by...

  • Open innovation: the key to staying ahead of the game

    Open innovation: the key to staying ahead of the game

    Published on 11 March 2019

    Over the past 20 years, the pace of technological development has skyrocketed. To stay competitive, companies have to innovate efficiently and quickly bring new products or services to market. Open innovation offers a vision that can increase the...

  • 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?

  • Les femmes et les métiers du numérique

    Women in a digital world

    Published on 25 February 2019

    The Grenoble Business Review continues its series on women in the digital world. We speak with Charlotte and Jalila, both of whom entered and found their place in a digital world often perceived as being open only to men.