HOME - EN - ICN Business School

ICN has the best Bachelor in France!

Good News

Our Bachelor in management has been awarded the 'grade de licence'!

news

Workshop: Becoming an Online Influencer

Join our family

International candidates: upcoming events

Join our family

ICN Student Testimonials

Breaking news ! ICN BS obtains the ” Welcome to France ” label !

Good news ! On 20 May 2021, the Labelling Commission decided to award ICN the “Welcome to France” level 2 label for a period of 4 years. This label reflects the excellence of ICN Business School in its support and welcome to its international students in France, evaluating 5 criteria:– Accessibility of information– Reception facilities– […]

[More]

Transversality: ICN’s dynamic response to business requirements

How does the teaching approach developed by Artem take business requirements into account?   It’s worth a few words to describe the foundations of our teaching approach. In the early 19th century, the Art Nouveau artisans and designers of the Nancy School established the Provincial Alliance of Art Industries. This initiative marked a new alliance […]

[More]

Rebecca STEKELORUM – Can you hear the Eco? From SME environmental responsibility to social requirements in the supply chain

Based on the research paper STEKELORUM, R., I. LAGUIR, J. EL BAZ, “Can you hear the Eco? From SME environmental responsibility to social requirements in the supply chain“, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, vol. 158, pp. 120-169   Research on sustainable supply chain management in SMEs has to date mainly dealt with environmental activities. This […]

[More]

Rossella SORIO – The dynamic capacities of nomadic entrepreneurs

Based on the research article CASTELLANO, S., I. KHELLADI, R. SORIO, M. ORHAN, D. KALISZ, “Exploring the microfoundations of nomadic dynamic capabilities: The example of flying winemakers“, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, February 2021, vol. 163, no. 120445 Under the impact of globalization, the wine industry has undergone a radical transformation resulting, among other things, […]

[More]

Kamel MNISRI – CREATIVITY AND MANAGERIAL PRACTICE IN COMMUNICATION AGENCIES

Based on the research article Mnisri, K., & Mavoori, H. (2019). Créativité et pratiques managériales au sein des agences conseil en communication. Recherches en Sciences de Gestion, (2), 29-59. How effective are management and leadership practices in stimulating creativity in communication agencies? This question is central to the study carried out by Mnisri and Mavoori […]

[More]

Yves Habran – Two very different ways of providing care to patients, employees, children, etc.

Based on the research article Habran, Y., & Battard, N. (2019). Caring for or caring with? Production of different caring relationships and the construction of time. Social Science & Medicine, 233, 78-86.   Studies have shown that care can be delivered in different ways (to patients, employees, children, etc.). Based on a study of the […]

[More]

Crosscutting, multi-disciplinary research collaboration – Interview with Klaus-Peter SCHULZ

– “sustainable development and creativity” priority research area at CEREFIGE, the University of Lorraine’s management research laboratory   Can you tell us something about the part you play in this partnership with CEREFIGE? I’m a member of the board of directors at CEREFIGE and responsible for one of the laboratory’s five priority research areas, related […]

[More]

Paul SHRIVASTAVA – UNESCO Chair on Art and Science for Sustainable Development Goals

 A bridge between academia, civil society, local communities The UNESCO Chair on Art and Science for Sustainable Development Goals at the ICN Business School was conceived as a think-and-do tank about sustainable organizing, focused on the integration of natural and social sciences into the arts and humanities. Acting as a bridge between academia, civil society, […]

[More]