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The notion of trust is at the heart of academic work on inter-company relations. It is considered an essential component of the success of any project involving more than one organization – whether for a classic business relationship or for innovation. Trust between two organizations exists when at least one of them is certain of the reliability and integrity of the other.
SERVAJEAN-HILST Romaric - KEDGE |
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In three words, Purchasing is the manager of the external resources of their organization. Purchasing is the largest expense item in most companies. They represent between 30 and 90% of the income statement. On average, more than 50% of expenses are allocated to the acquisition of goods and/or services from external companies, the suppliers, in order to be transformed and combined with the purchasing company's own resources to be able to deliver the products and services it offers to its customers.
SERVAJEAN-HILST Romaric - KEDGE |
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Description of the concept of Open Innovation. Open innovation refers to a deconfined innovation process where innovation transcends organizational boundaries and where the flow of innovation, knowledge, patents, new ideas between external and internal are managed on a voluntary basis.
SERVAJEAN-HILST Romaric - KEDGE |
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Soft skills, which we can define as behavioural and/or emotional skills, are nowadays an element of employability promoted by companies. They are generally opposed to Hard Skills, which are more in the field of know-how or technical skills.
GHETTY Cédric - KEDGE |

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Soft skills, which we can define as behavioural and/or emotional skills, are nowadays an element of employability promoted by companies. They are generally opposed to Hard Skills, which are more in the field of know-how or technical skills.
GHETTY Cédric - KEDGE |
The paper establishes a parallel between the Property Rights Theory (PRT) of the firm and the main theories in strategic management, the Resource-Based View (RBV) and Porter Generic Strategies (PGS), showing that a firm develops a sustainable competitive advantage while keeping ownership of its assets if and only if it maximizes social welfare.
BEL Roland - KEDGE |
Despite supposedly supportive institutions and quasi-gender equality in employment rate, only 30% of French entrepreneurs are women. Using the 5Ms framework, we illustrate and explain the entrepreneurship gender gap in the French institutional context.
RICHOMME-HUET Katia - KEDGE |
Ecolabels are part of a new wave of environmental policy that emphasizes information disclosure as a tool to induce environmentally friendly behavior by both firms and consumers. Little consensus exists as to whether ecocertified products are actually better than their conventional counterparts.
GERGAUD Olivier - KEDGE |