Intercultural Management serious game

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Professor Marion Festing, the Academic Director of ESCP’s Intercultural Management Excellence Centre and Talent Management Institute, as well as the Scientific Director of the Renault Chair in Intercultural Management and the Chairholder of the Human Resource Management and Intercultural Leadership chair, presents the serious game developed by the school.

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