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  • Open Badges: pour une reconnaissance des compétences informelles

    Open Badges: Recognizing Informal Skills

    Published on 13 January 2022

    Open Badges, which are being rolled out at Grenoble Ecole de Management, provide access to open recognition of students' and company employees' informal skills, referenced by a local, national, and international ecosystem.

  • Wizbii : un tiers de confiance pour l’emploi des 18-30 ans

    Wizbii: A trustworthy partner for jobseekers between the ages of 18 and 30

    Published on 12 March 2021

    In November 2020, Wizbii was selected by the French government under its 6.5 billion euro recovery plan for young jobseekers. The digital platform 1jeune1solution.gouv.fr is a key milestone in the success of the company, which is a graduate of the...

  • Analogical Reasoning, Generating Innovative Ideas With Customers

    Research: Analogical Reasoning, Generating Innovative Ideas With the Help of Customers

    Published on 08 December 2017

    All innovation processes begin with the generation of new ideas, the majority of which end up not being useful. To improve this process, businesses are involving customers. However, the quality of ideas generated by customers is often quite...

  • Diogo Hildebrand, researcher and Corporate Social Responsibility expert at Grenoble Ecole de Management

    Research: How Do Consumers Evaluate Corporate Social Responsibility?

    Published on 17 November 2017

    From fighting poverty and illness to providing disaster relief, corporations around the world dedicate considerable resources to corporate social responsibility (CSR). Contributions come in a variety of forms such as monetary donations, the donation...

  • GEM Finance Bootcamp 2017

    Published on 03 October 2017

    Thank you and follow up from GEM Finance Bootcamp 2017

  • Research: How we take breaks can impact performance at work.

    Let Your Mind Wander at Work!

    Published on 12 September 2017

    It’s time to space out at work… Recent research suggests that mind-wandering has a positive impact on concentration!