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  • GEM juries: a great match for professionals

    Published on 15 April 2019

    Every year, the Grenoble Ecole de Management admissions and graduation juries rely upon the expertise of working professionals. Participate in this year’s GEM juries to identify, evaluate and understand the next generation of talent at Grenoble...

  • Les dynamiques de pouvoir dans le domaine du coaching

    The power dynamics in coaching

    Published on 24 January 2019

    Interpersonal relationships are a fundamental key to successful coaching. However, recent research highlights the importance of going beyond the coach-coachee relationship in order to consider triangular power relationships between coach, coachee...

  • Grenoble Ecole de Management se mobilise pour Giving Tuesday

    Giving Tuesday: an international day of fundraising

    Published on 23 November 2018

    On Nov. 27th, Giving Tuesday will be launched for the first time in France. The event comes as a response to Black Friday, an opportunity to focus spending on philanthropic causes. GEM will be an active participant to foster support for its...

  • Grenoble Ecole de Management étaye son offre de services corporate

    GEM: a catalyst for innovation

    Published on 23 November 2018

    Serious games, the first-year challenge, research chairs, a business lab… Innovation is at the heart of Grenoble Ecole de Management. The school offers students, researchers and businesses an environment to foster creativity and collaboration.

  • Séverine Le Loarne

    GEM - Les Prem1ères: an incubator for female entrepreneurship

    Published on 12 July 2018

    The FERE Research Chair recently partnered with France’s leading incubator network to launch a mobile incubator aimed at supporting female entrepreneurship in rural areas. The first of its kind, this incubator offers a new approach to encourage...

  • Olivier Blanc, GEM ESC 98

    Improving Your Recruitment Strategy: a Smart Investment

    Published on 26 April 2018

    The recruitment process can be costly and sometimes end in failure. Fine tuning your recruitment process will create concrete improvements in terms of company performance.