For our May focus, we are pleased to present Pascale Schmidt-Dubois, one of our adjunct professors.
Following from our first member focus on Felipe Guzman, we are pleased to present you our second focus on Damien Lerouge from IESEG’s International Relations Service
As part of ICIE’s Intercultural Engagement Week, a corporate breakfast was organised on the theme of multicultural teams. The morning session was greatly appreciated by all the participants and even got a mention in the Gazette de la Défense.
ICIE members Claire Philippe and Grant Douglas have been actively involved in the translation into French of the benchmark of the Centre for Global Inclusion (http://centreforglobalinclusion.org/)
Welcome to the latest addition to our ICIE website, the Member Focus. Each month we will feature a short focus article on one of the members of ICIE. To get the ball rolling, we have decided to put the focus
IÉSEG has become an increasingly multicultural school over recent years and has gained international recognition with the ‘triple crown’ accreditations, (AACSB, AMBA and EMBA). This year, the School welcome staff and students from more than 100 different nationalities.
Are you interested in organising and chairing a panel at the next IACCM2019 conference? The call for panel proposals is now open. Please send us an outline of your idea for a panel by the 31stJanuary 2019.
IÉSEG launches Center of Excellence for Intercultural Engagement (ICIE) and aims to become an international reference in this domain
The launch of IÉSEG’s fourth Center of Excellence, ICIE, also supports its strategy to provide an outstanding intercultural learning experience and to be a unique international hub. Jean-Philippe Ammeux, Director of IÉSEG School of Management, explains: “The teaching and learning experience at