OTHERWISE#2, the EDHEC Business Magazine, is online !

Written on 16 February 2015.


One of EDHEC’s hallmarks is “to be where it is not expected to be”. The launch of OTHERWISE reasserts EDHEC’s mission of transmitting knowledge and enriching public debate by delivering training and research that is useful for the economy.

In this second issue, our overall theme is “Doing business to do good,” which we explore in three sections:
OTHERBUZZ : review of the five continents that identifies trends

  • Why we like to cry at the movies?
  • As our economies develop, our languages become extinct.
  • Democratizing higher education.

OTHERWAYS : interviews, reports and debates with leading personalities who are fashioning the world of tomorrow.

  • How Sodexo promotes women’s leadership.
  • Interview with Richard Simonin, Chairman-CEO of Vivarte .
  • The house that Lego (Re)Built.
  • Interview with Muhammad Yunus, economist and Nobel Peace Prize-winner 2006.

OTHERNEWS : “Live from EDHEC” find out about EDHEC Business School’s campuses.

  • Taking teaching to the next level.
  • World at our feet.

OTHERWISE seeks to offer a vision unrestrained by the established framework and codes, to provide a fresh perspective on business subjects, and to unearth success stories and unconventional experiences.

Now, you can download your issue on your tablet.

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