Strategic Management

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In many countries in the world territoral clusters foster open innovation ; in France, the ‘poles of competitiveness’ have been playing this role since 2005, by collaborative projects able to induce innovation, business and employment.
DEFELIX Christian - Grenoble IAE |
In homage to Thierry GARROT, AUNEGe and the FNEGE publish a prospective repository of "Management & Business Management" skills. Proposed in the form of an interactive ebook, it is directed by Aline SCOUARNEC, Professor at the IAE - University of Caen Normandy. This reference tool is the result of a research process implemented for more than two years by the AUNEGE-FNEGE collective in the context of the development of a guidance platform for so-called management professions - MAP: Mon Avenir Pro
SCOUARNEC Aline - AUNEGE |
In this video, Thierry Garrot, President of AUNEGE, discusses the role of UNT (Aunege) in the digital transformation of management education and research institutions.
GARROT Thierry - AUNEGE |
If until now telework was already widely implemented in some companies and for some functions, the crisis has almost generalised this practice.
CHABAULT Denis - AUNEGE |
The sudden crisis has forced companies to impose teleworking on their employees as a matter of urgency from home.
CHABAULT Denis - AUNEGE |
Created in June 2009 at the initiative of the University of Grenoble, the Human Capital and Innovation Chair is a tool for the exchange and development of initiatives promoting a greater contribution of human resources to technological innovations...
DEFELIX Christian - Grenoble IAE |
Using social responsibility ratings on over 663 companies belonging to 18 European countries in 2000 and 2010, this paper examines to what extent stylized models of Corporate Governance (CG) shape national systems of CG and corporate commitments to stakeholders in the long run. In doing so, we question arguments in favor of convergence versus divergence. In particular, we assess the factors that explain these trends and the detected processes.
BONCORI Anne-Laure - OMNES Education |
Over the past twenty years, French research and higher education institutions have undergone profound changes under the influence of two major phenomena: project-based funding and internationalization. These phenomena have led to profound changes with significant structural impacts: autonomization and competition between institutions, the introduction of management methods derived from the business world and focused on performance and profitability, changes in personnel evaluation practices.
BOUGHZALA Imed - IMT Business School |
DUDEZERT Aurélie - IMT Business School |
In this survey, we wanted to look at the evolution of work in the world of higher management education, in parallel with the evolution of work in the corporate world. The aim of this study was to gain a better understanding of how higher management education institutions are adapting to the current and expected transformations of work and to help shed light on their strategies for addressing this issue.
de VAUJANY François-Xavier - FNEGE |
This study of the impact of Management Schools on France aims to identify the impact of the 78 Management Schools of the FNEGE network on France. The impact of a school, and therefore of all establishments, is by nature multidimensional. The BSIS approach retains seven impact dimensions: Financial, Educational, Economic Development, Intellectual, on the Ecosystem, Societal and Image. The indicators are both quantitative and qualitative.
KALIKA Michel - iaelyon School of Management |