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  • Les MOOCs géopolitiques de GEM ré-accrédités EOCCS

    GEM’s Geopolitical MOOCs re-accredited EOCCS

    Published on 15 October 2019

    Grenoble Ecole de Management’s (GEM) online training program « Global Studies: International Relations and World Politics » renews its EOCCS (EFMD Online Course Certification System) accreditation, a guarantee of quality awarded by the EFMD....

  • Energie. La régulation des prix décourage la concurrence

    Energy: price regulation discourages competition

    Published on 20 October 2019

    A new European study analyzes the impact of price regulation on competitiveness in the European energy market. After 20 years of moving towards a liberalized energy market, the study notes that many countries report limited motivation by customers...

  • QS Rankings: Grenoble Ecole de Management recognized

    QS Rankings: Grenoble Ecole de Management recognized for its Diversity

    Published on 26 September 2019

    In its 2020 Masters Rankings released September 26, 2019, QS ranks four top programs at Grenoble Ecole de Management. Each of these programs top-scored in the Diversity indicator*.

  • Des catalogues digitaux enrichis… Pour quoi faire ?

    Digitally enhanced catalogs… A winning promise?

    Published on 16 September 2019

    3D images, videos, detailed product files… Digitally enhanced catalogs offer a new, trendy marketing tool. Yet research confirms that such enhancements aren’t necessarily a worthy investment.

  • web série de sept épisodes de sept minutes sur sept entreprises aux modèles alternatifs

    Promising model for Corporate Social Responsibility

    Published on 24 September 2019

    Corporate Social Responsibility is more than a side strategy for some companies. Two recent graduates analyzed the impact and success of companies whose alternative models make CSR a fundamental part of their raison d’être.

  • La formation Data Aspergers : premier bilan

    Wrapping up the first Data Aspergers class

    Published on 22 September 2019

    After the first Data Asperger’s graduating class, 21 out of 28 students with Asperger’s syndrome are now employed, a success that bodes well for the future of the program.