Interview of Prof. Dr. Richard Delaye-Habermacher, academic director of the IMSG, in the last Bulletin of the Military Society of the Geneva Carabineros! Gallery
Interview of Prof. Dr. Richard Delaye-Habermacher, academic director of the IMSG, in the last Bulletin of the Military Society of the Geneva Carabineros!
Digital round table organized by the IMSG and the Cercle des Dirigeants d’Entreprises. With the exceptional participation of: Roberto DE PRIMIS (Specialist political scientist from the United States) Chloé MAURICE (Policy Advisor to the American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union) Ed SCHNEIDER (President of the American International Club of Geneva) Format: 30 minutes of debate [...]
The term "innovation" means the invention of an idea and its implementation. When we talk about intellectual property and innovation, we have to refer to the whole process that goes from the emergence of the said idea until the moment when a certain service or product is finalized. Whether it's a small business or a multinational, [...]
Leadership and vision would be the right combination to lead a business to success. However, the case of Apple and Steve Jobs shows that history is sometimes rewritten after the fact. To read the article : Harvard Business Review
According to a recent study by the Deep Knowledge Group, an international consortium specializing in the analysis of scientific data, Switzerland is the safest country on the planet in managing health and economic risks in the face of the coronavirus epidemic. To view the Forbes article, click here.
“Are barrier gestures likely to harm our relationships with others?” – Interview with Prof. Pascal Lardellier
Interview with Prof. Pascal Lardellier, teacher at IMSG, on the program En Quête de Sens to find in replay here.
“Tous pour tous”, the future book of Christa Muth and Yann Vaucher, members of the Mutations & Agilities Chair
This “Tous pour tous” book deals with and talks about a future that puts people and their behavioral preferences within the organization. How to do better, longer, with fewer resources and with a lightness tinged with pleasure? How can it be simpler based on the intelligence and genius of the collaborators? In a simple, concrete, efficient [...]
Around 1870, 60,000 people worked at home to manufacture watches. Decryption of the watchmaking peasant model with Hervé Munz, professor of anthropology at the IMSG. To read the article, click here.