EMLV

L’EMLV (Ecole de Management Léonard de Vinci) est une école supérieure de commerce et de management post-bac visé Bac+5 – Grade de Master – dispensant un programme Grande Ecole. Sa formation généraliste sur 5 ans ouvre vers de nombreuses spécialités. Parmi les points forts de l’école figurent le digital, le marketing, les RH, la finance, l’innovation et l’entrepreneuriat dans le contexte actuel de transformation digitale des entreprises.

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The Triple Bottom Line (TBL) concept emphasizes that business success should not be measured solely by financial performance. It includes social and environmental impacts alongside profit. Additionally, dynamic capabilities help firms adapt to rapid environmental changes and enhance sustainability performance. Previous studies have shown that TBL initiatives can also improve sustainability performance. However, no research has investigated how dynamic abilities and TBL initiatives jointly impact B2B firms’ sustainability performance in the post-COVID-19 period. This study aims to examine the implications of dynamic capabilities on TBL performance, particularly from a B2B marketing perspective. By developing and validating a conceptual research model, it contributes to the literature related to dynamic capability view, TBL, and sustainability.
CHAUDHURI Ranjan - EMLV |
04:24
Based on institutional theory and the dynamic capability view, this study delves into the relationship between a firm's climate change adaptation (CCA) capability and its performance, with a focus on the mediating influence of business-to-business (B2B) marketing capability. The study poses two main research questions: RQ1: What role do institutional pressures play in fostering CCA capability among B2B firms in both developed and developing countries? RQ2: How does the CCA capability of B2B firms impact their performance? To validate the theoretical model developed, data is collected through surveys conducted in a developed country (Australia) and a developing country (South Africa). The study holds significance on two fronts: (a) being among the first to examine the influence of institutional pressures on CCA capability development, and (b) uncovering the mediating role of marketing capability in enhancing B2B firm performance through CCA capability. The study's novel contribution lies in identifying pivotal elements for driving exceptional B2B firm performance amidst climate change, while employing institutional theory and the dynamic capability view to elucidate underlying mechanisms.
BAG Surajit - EMLV |
06:06
The paper explores how sanctions affect international business (IB) and how firms respond to sanctions. We propose that firms’ reactions to sanctions can be analyzed through the lenses of leading IB theories, including institutions-based view and resource-based view. We argue that IB scholars can go beyond existing approaches to explain how firms act when facing sanctions. Moreover, we suggest that studies of firms facing sanctions help to reassess some of the assumptions underlying the prevailing theoretical explanations. We contribute with systematic view on strategy options that international and domestic firms may implement when faced with sanctions.
PANIBRATOV Andrei - EMLV |
03:09
Bien que la pratique du coaching ait fait l’objet d’une attention soutenue dans la littérature, aucun cadre théorique n’existe pour guider le langage des conversations visant à améliorer la performance des dirigeants. Cet article répond à cette omission. À la suite de Richard Weaver, il ressuscite une ancienne distinction entre langage noble et ignoble et combine cette distinction avec une hiérarchie linguistique. Le langage noble culmine et donne voix à une performance exécutive optimale ; en tant que tel, c’est le langage idéal du coaching.
JOULLIÉ Jean-Étienne - EMLV |

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The Triple Bottom Line (TBL) concept emphasizes that business success should not be measured solely by financial performance. It includes social and environmental impacts alongside profit. Additionally, dynamic capabilities help firms adapt to rapid environmental changes and enhance sustainability performance. Previous studies have shown that TBL initiatives can also improve sustainability performance. However, no research has investigated how dynamic abilities and TBL initiatives jointly impact B2B firms’ sustainability performance in the post-COVID-19 period. This study aims to examine the implications of dynamic capabilities on TBL performance, particularly from a B2B marketing perspective. By developing and validating a conceptual research model, it contributes to the literature related to dynamic capability view, TBL, and sustainability.
CHAUDHURI Ranjan - EMLV |
Based on institutional theory and the dynamic capability view, this study delves into the relationship between a firm’s climate change adaptation (CCA) capability and its performance, with a focus on the mediating influence of business-to-business (B2B) marketing capability. The study poses two main research questions: RQ1: What role do institutional pressures play in fostering CCA capability among B2B firms in both developed and developing countries? RQ2: How does the CCA capability of B2B firms impact their performance? To validate the theoretical model developed, data is collected through surveys conducted in a developed country (Australia) and a developing country (South Africa). The study holds significance on two fronts: (a) being among the first to examine the influence of institutional pressures on CCA capability development, and (b) uncovering the mediating role of marketing capability in enhancing B2B firm performance through CCA capability. The study’s novel contribution lies in identifying pivotal elements for driving exceptional B2B firm performance amidst climate change, while employing institutional theory and the dynamic capability view to elucidate underlying mechanisms.
BAG Surajit - EMLV |
The paper explores how sanctions affect international business (IB) and how firms respond to sanctions. We propose that firms’ reactions to sanctions can be analyzed through the lenses of leading IB theories, including institutions-based view and resource-based view. We argue that IB scholars can go beyond existing approaches to explain how firms act when facing sanctions. Moreover, we suggest that studies of firms facing sanctions help to reassess some of the assumptions underlying the prevailing theoretical explanations. We contribute with systematic view on strategy options that international and domestic firms may implement when faced with sanctions.
PANIBRATOV Andrei - EMLV |
Bien que la pratique du coaching ait fait l’objet d’une attention soutenue dans la littérature, aucun cadre théorique n’existe pour guider le langage des conversations visant à améliorer la performance des dirigeants. Cet article répond à cette omission. À la suite de Richard Weaver, il ressuscite une ancienne distinction entre langage noble et ignoble et combine cette distinction avec une hiérarchie linguistique. Le langage noble culmine et donne voix à une performance exécutive optimale ; en tant que tel, c’est le langage idéal du coaching.
JOULLIÉ Jean-Étienne - EMLV |

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