Grenoble Ecole de Management focused on the key principles of agility and security to organize the 2020/2021 school year. Up until December 2020, classes will be taught online using a two-month cycle that will be re-evaluated according to the evolution of the epidemic. Interview with Jean-François Fiorina, Deputy Director and Program Director at GEM. Why did…

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In my last blog I mentioned how  every day I was discovering new things that COVID was teaching me, and ended with a thought-provoking question: What insights and discoveries are you making? So let’s take it a few steps further. Ninety-three year old Chilean philosopher Gaston Soublette observes that our civilization is increasingly being externalized,…

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Change Until there is a vaccine for Covid-19, and perhaps even after that, health guidelines will make in-person teaching impossible for large groups. Universities are impelled to implement a flexible approach that assumes students will need to switch between online and campus-based teaching throughout the coming academic year. Accordingly, all university staff now need to…

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In over 20 years as a media relations professional, I think I must have heard this phrase hundreds of times from business schools wanting media coverage for a particular story. But all too often, the FT is not actually the best outlet for what they want to achieve. Don’t get me wrong. The Financial Times…

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Grenoble Ecole de Management on Diversity

By Michelle Mielly and Naida CULSHAW, Professors and Researchers in Intercultural Management and Organizational Behaviour at Grenoble Ecole de Management Are multicultural teams different from other teams? Are team members not all professionals with the same objectives and goals? Such are some of the questions that come up as we uncover the hidden dimensions of…

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By Jean-François Fiorina, Vice-Dean / Program Director at Grenoble Ecole de Management The theme for this year’s GEM Geopolitics Festival was “Digital (R)evolution.” Little did we know that this topic was going to be 100% spot-on as the COVID-19 pandemic just showed us how central digital issues are for businesses and educational institutions’ crisis management (and…

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Graduates with a master's degree in business field in Europe

2019 marked the 20th Anniversary of the Bologna Declaration, which has been transformative in increasing compatibility and comparability of the systems of higher education in Europe and accelerating the mobility of learners. As the Bologna process was unfolding and streamlining various structural and qualitative dimensions, the master’s degree was also growing in its popularity. For example,…

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GEM_developing skills

By Gaël Fouillard, Director of Executive Education at Grenoble Ecole de Management While energy, biotech and digital tech are still promising areas of expertise at Grenoble Ecole de Management, other sectors have suffered greatly from the Covid crisis. How can these sectors adapt and innovate to overcome this situation? What training options are available to…

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Grenoble Ecole de Management internships_EFMD blog

By Mara Saviotti, International Communications Coordinator at Grenoble Ecole de Management Faced with a disrupted employment and internship market, Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) has deployed an array of services and initiatives for its students to support them in their job and internship searches. These include continuous surveys to monitor student employment, online recruitment events…

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