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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, […]

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Designing challenging rather than threatening technologies

For some, the technologies used in the workplace are a source of anxiety. E-mail, for example, is a popular cause of concern and a regular scapegoat. Technologies can also be a source of anxiety when they overload, invade our privacy or threaten our sense of job security. For others, these same technologies can be challenging […]

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A rich and diversified experience in teaching and research at ICN Business School Artem

Question 1: Can you briefly introduce yourself by emphasizing the founding elements of your various experiences (engineering, research, teaching…)? I hold a master’s degree from the Faculty of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering at the Tirana Polytechnic University in Albania and began my research career in 1986 in Albania as a research engineer at the Institute […]

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A look at research and studies at ICN Business School Artem

Q1 : After several years spent in various universities and institutions, you joined ICN Business School Artem as general director, can you briefly review your professional background and tell us what motivated this choice, please? I wanted a project position, between the academic and business worlds, to mix my know-how a little bit and then, […]

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Artem, a vector of ethical and strategic propensity for Irena

When ICN became involved in the Artem alliance 20 years ago alongside the Ecole des Mines and ENSAD Nancy, it was necessary to learn how to bring Artem to life by mixing managers, engineers and artists. Above all, it has also been necessary to broaden the spectrum of over-disciplined disciplinary thinking. We already knew the […]

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A contemporary and hands-on view on project management

Investors are increasingly being asked to invest in projects of all sizes. Companies like Apple base their actions on projects. Bankers decide to finance projects without always knowing what to expect. However, the financial aspects of the projects are insufficient to make an informed decision. Therefore, it is justified to carry out research on various […]

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An innovative Educational Healthcare Circuit (EHC) which allows for tackling obesity….

There are more than 11 million obese people across France – representing 17% of the adult population. Despite obesity having two main causes: a genetic predisposition and environmental/behavioural, some factors such as stress, pollution, lack of sleep, depression or some medications can also increase weight gain. There are several diseases related to obesity which affect […]

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