Articles by: Alison
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Le bonheur au travail, “une arnaque intellectuelle” ?
by / on 23/10/2018 at 00:10 / in Management

Le bonheur au travail, “une arnaque intellectuelle” ?

Est-ce à l’entreprise de faire le bonheur des salariés ? Les politiques de “bonheur au travail” sont-elles un progrès, ou une escroquerie ? Dans “La comédie (in)humaine”, Julia de Funès, philosophe et diplômée en RH, et Nicolas Bouzou, économiste, dénoncent la “tragicomédie” du management actuel, et une injonction au bonheur néfaste, qu’il faut dépasser en rendant les salariés réellement autonomes. Dans “La […]

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The best and worst times to have a baby when you work in banking
by / on 09/10/2018 at 15:00 / in The Review

The best and worst times to have a baby when you work in banking

It’s early autumn, and a car containing a female managing director, a female executive director and a female director from three different banks on Wall Street are driving out to the countryside for the weekend. Their current location and professions aside, they all have one thing in common: none have children. Coincidence? Maybe not. Last month we published an article written by […]

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Quelles chances pour les juniors d’être recrutés dans les M&A où les profils seniors abondent ?
by / on 14/09/2018 at 14:00 / in Management

Quelles chances pour les juniors d’être recrutés dans les M&A où les profils seniors abondent ?

Plusieurs établissements financiers ont récemment recruté des banquiers vedettes dans l’Hexagone pour renforcer leur franchise M&A. C’est le cas par exemple de Bank of America Merrill Lynch qui a recruté cet été Bernard Mourad pour qu’il dirige son activité de banque de financement et d’investissement nouvellement créée pour la France. Ou bien de la banque d’affaires Perella Weinberg qui a recruté Cyrille […]

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4 Steps to Staying Sane as a Grad Student in the Real World
by / on 01/08/2018 at 20:30 / in The Review

4 Steps to Staying Sane as a Grad Student in the Real World

The joys of being a student: You wake up at 10 AM, have a nice long (healthy!) breakfast and finish up last night’s reading before strolling off to class. Wait! Last night’s reading? Seventy-five more pages for your 3 PM seminar? How are you going to read, go to the gym, cook lunch, and go grocery shopping before 3 PM? It’s tempting […]

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3 Ways AI Is Getting More Emotional
by / on 31/07/2018 at 19:00 / in Harvard Business Review

3 Ways AI Is Getting More Emotional

In January of 2018, Annette Zimmermann, vice president of research at Gartner, proclaimed: “By 2022, your personal device will know more about your emotional state than your own family.” Just two months later, a landmark study from the University of Ohio claimed that their algorithm was now better at detecting emotions than people are. AI systems and devices will soon recognize, interpret, process, and simulate […]

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10 Questions About Money Every Adult Should Know How to Answer
by / on 07/06/2018 at 14:00 / in The Review

10 Questions About Money Every Adult Should Know How to Answer

Only 17 states require that students take a personal finance course to graduate from high school, a number that’s barely budged in years. If you didn’t happen to grow up in Missouri, Virginia, Utah, or the other 14 states that offer formal required courses, there’s a good chance you were never taught all the basics of money management. (Which helps explain why […]

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“Une femme aura toujours davantage à prouver pour convaincre”
by / on 24/05/2018 at 12:30 / in Harvard Business Review

“Une femme aura toujours davantage à prouver pour convaincre”

Hélène Ploix est l’une des deux premières femmes à avoir été diplômées d’un MBA de l’Insead. C’était en 1968. Un autre temps. Son MBA ne l’a d’ailleurs pas empêchée d’être confrontée à des inégalités de traitement, en particulier au début de sa carrière. Très vite, elle intègre Mc Kinsey, où elle restera neuf ans. Tout au long de sa carrière, […]

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Where are the Women in B-School?
by / on 03/05/2018 at 15:00 / in The Review

Where are the Women in B-School?

We’re all (well) aware of the gender gap in business, and the dearth of women serving as executives and on boards at the world’s largest companies. But turns out, the gap doesn’t start in the boardroom—it starts in business school. Though women attend college and grad schools at the same rate as men (in some fields, at a higher rate), they’re […]

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Plus De Femmes Entrepreneures Et De Jeunes Créateurs Grâce Au Crowdfunding
by / on 26/04/2018 at 15:00 / in Économie

Plus De Femmes Entrepreneures Et De Jeunes Créateurs Grâce Au Crowdfunding

La plus grosse plateforme de financement participatif d’Europe, Ulule, a dévoilé sa première enquête sur l’impact économique de son activité. Ulule, la première plateforme de crowdfunding en Europe avec ses 100 millions d’euros collectés depuis son lancement, a publié ce 12 avril 2018 sa première étude d’impact économique et social. Depuis sa création il y a 8 ans, 1 600 emplois durables […]

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Defining generations: Where Millennials end and post-Millennials begin
by / on 24/04/2018 at 16:00 / in The Review

Defining generations: Where Millennials end and post-Millennials begin

For decades, Pew Research Center has been committed to measuring public attitudes on key issues and documenting differences in those attitudes across demographic groups. One lens often employed by researchers at the Center to understand these differences is that of generation. Generations provide the opportunity to look at Americans both by their place in the life cycle – whether a […]

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