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    June 2019

    Why isn't intrapreneurship developing more quickly?

    June, 20th 2019

    At a time when innovation has become essential to company strategy, intrapreneurship seems to be a way of promoting the process. Xavier Hollandts, professor in strategy and enterprise at KEDGE Business School, is invited by XERFI to analyse the challenges involved. According to Xavier Hollandts, businesses want to develop intrapreneurship because of “the speed and low cost of developing innovation internally”. Hollandts also notes that this approach “retains expertise and attracts new talent, pushing out the old, traditional management methods and introducing new managerial practices”.

    May 2019

    The new Silk Roads at the heart of the power struggle between China and the United States

    May, 29th 2019

    KEDGE Alumni and it's well established London branch will host for the first time in London on Tuesday 4 June a very interesting conference on The new Silk Roads at the heart of the power struggle between China and the United States. It will be chaired by Laurent Estachy, Marc Mourre and Xavier Rolet, followed by a networking cocktail with the presence of José Milano and Christophe Mouysset (KEDGE Business School’s Director of Corporate Relations).

    NEW AGE NEW KEDGE - « Open minded leadership for an optimistic future »

    May, 16th 2019

    At its annual press conference, KEDGE Business School presents its fresh face at the new Paris campus. One year ago, KEDGE updated its strategic plan with the ambition of developing the skills of the leaders of tomorrow: they will be able to understand the modern world and rise to its technological, social and environmental challenges to become its enlightened leaders.

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    About KEDGE

    KEDGE Business School is a benchmark French business school with four campuses in France (Paris, Bordeaux, Marseilles, and Toulon), three abroad (Shanghai, Suzhou and Dakar) and three partner campuses (Avignon,Bastia and Bayonne).

    KEDGE offers a portfolio of 32 training programmes in management and design for students and industry professionals

    12 600

    students

    183

    full-time lectures

    275

    international academic partners

    KEDGE Business School is AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA-accredited, and is a member of the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles. It is also recognised by the French government, with labelised programmes, and has obtained the EESPIG label.

    KEDGE was ranked 40th by the Financial Times in the European Business School ranking and 37th globally in its Executive MBA ranking.

    55 000

    alumni around the world

    37th

    globally for its Executive MBA

    32

    training programmes in management

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    KEDGE Business School regularly appears in French and international rankings and stands out for its 32 management and design courses for students and professionals.

    KEDGE Business School is AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA-accredited, and is a member of the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles. It is also recognised by the French government, with labelised programmes, and has obtained the EESPIG label. KEDGE was ranked 40th by the Financial Times in the European Business School ranking and 37th globally in its Executive MBA ranking.

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