This Month's Top Story
COP21: A Strong Political Message
Last December in Paris, 195 states signed the COP21 agreement on climate change. Researchers and experts from Grenoble Ecole de Management share their views on the agreement's founding principle: "innovation will be key."
Ethical Practices for Connected Objects and E-Health
What are the impacts of connected objects on our personal data? And what are their consequences? Nathalie Devillier, a professor at Grenoble Ecole de Management, discusses the legal implications of new European regulations.
Theater in Management: Opening the Mind to Art and Emotion
Could pedagogic innovation with art and emotion be the key to agile management? The periScope laboratory at Grenoble Ecole de Management is focusing on this question and its researchers highlight the benefits of implementing innovative management practices in companies.
Increasing Sales Efficiency in a Connected Environment
Computers, smartphones and tablets offer digital communication opportunities that open the way to new relationships with customers. How can we integrate these opportunities to improve sales efficiency?