Monthly Archives: April 2016

Publication – Le pouvoir creuse le fossé entre générations (Bilan du 17 mars 2016)

2019-04-16T13:00:07+02:0029 April, 2016|

L'intégralité de l'article en cliquant ici La notion de pouvoir, source de toutes les manœuvres et de toutes les convoitises, se voit profondément modifiée. En effet, les organisations, telles qu’elles ont été dessinées par les générations antérieures, ne correspondent plus aux attentes des Y et les Z pour lesquels le paradigme glisse davantage vers une approche cousine, [...]

Comments Off on Publication – Le pouvoir creuse le fossé entre générations (Bilan du 17 mars 2016)

Wednesday, May 19th : HR and emotions Management conference of Dr. Marcello MORTILLARO

2019-04-16T13:00:06+02:0029 April, 2016|

Within the framework of its program in Life Sciences, International Management School Geneva proposes a visit of Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, then a conference of Dr Marcello Mortillaro, who will explain to us what are the measurement tools for the feelings which we can have and especially the necessity of their consideration in the management of [...]

Comments Off on Wednesday, May 19th : HR and emotions Management conference of Dr. Marcello MORTILLARO

Gilles-Emmanuel Jacquet introduces our BSc in International Affairs and NGOs !

2019-04-16T13:00:05+02:0029 April, 2016|

Gilles-Emmanuel Jacquet, professor of Geopolitics, International Relations, Business intelligence and Current affairs introduces the Bachelor of Sciences in International Affairs and NGOs of the International Management School Geneva.     https://cupesihu.myhostpoint.ch/programs/bachelor-in-international-affairs-and-ngos/

Comments Off on Gilles-Emmanuel Jacquet introduces our BSc in International Affairs and NGOs !

ESSEC Chair of change Management visiting the IMSG

2019-04-16T13:00:04+02:0028 April, 2016|

The International Management School Geneva and the ESSEC Chair of Change Management have organized a learning tour in Geneva, Switzerland on 17, 18, 19 May. ESSEC Chair of Change Management were welcomed in the new life sciences Biotech campus (http://www.campusbiotech.ch/) by the IMSG. They had the opportunity to visit companies in the watch industry, banks and institutions.

Comments Off on ESSEC Chair of change Management visiting the IMSG

Pr. Annie Cornet, HRM specialist, visiting the International Management School Geneva

2019-04-16T13:00:03+02:0027 April, 2016|

Master students of the International Management School Geneva have followed a workshop of intercultural management with Pr. Annie Cornet on Thursday 28th and Friday 29th of April. Annie Cornet has been a full professor in HEC-ULg, the business school of the University of Liège, since 1999. She has a PhD in management, a Research Master's in management [...]

Comments Off on Pr. Annie Cornet, HRM specialist, visiting the International Management School Geneva

A new MSc in Life Sciences at IMSG

2019-04-16T13:00:02+02:0021 April, 2016|

Starting in October 2016, the International Management School Geneva will offer a Life Sciences specialization. The IMSG MSc in Life Sciences aims to enable students, with a minimum level of Bachelor 3 or equivalent, to enter the health and Medtech job market.Whether graduated in medicine, pharmacy or biology and looking for management skills, or graduated from general [...]

Comments Off on A new MSc in Life Sciences at IMSG

Entrepreneur Mornings, business networking event on April 20th and May 18th

2019-04-16T13:00:01+02:0019 April, 2016|

Swiss Entrepreneur organizes a Business networking event on April 20th and May 18th. Join us if you want to meet entrepreneurs ! More informations on : http://www.swissentrepreneurassociation.org/events/87/

Comments Off on Entrepreneur Mornings, business networking event on April 20th and May 18th

Young generations and new technologies – Pr. Pascal Lardellier invited at LCI

2019-04-16T13:00:00+02:0019 April, 2016|

Pascal Lardellier, visiting professor at the IMSG, has been interviewed by the french news channel LCI​, speaking about young generations and new technologies, but also the risks related to their use. In his last book, Pascal Lardellier analyzes how the youth invest digital universe, for better and for worse. He explains that an optimal use of [...]

Comments Off on Young generations and new technologies – Pr. Pascal Lardellier invited at LCI

Handicap International and the International Management School Geneva running the «race for gift»

2019-04-16T12:59:59+02:0006 April, 2016|

  International Management School Geneva students and professors have run the Handicap International «race for gift», a charity running event near the lake of Geneva on May 29th, 2016. By running 10 km  and collecting money, our students have supported Handicap International actions. Beyond our Bachelor & Master programs in International Affairs & NGOS, this reflects our commitment to taking an active part [...]

Comments Off on Handicap International and the International Management School Geneva running the «race for gift»