Logistics as a key to understanding the world

Logistics as a key to understanding the world

2020-03-30

Every year since 2013, the FNEGE (The French Foundation for Management Education) has approved around forty publications as an acknowledgement of their contribution to the field of management research. "La Logistisation du monde, chroniques sur une révolution en cours", a book co-written by Aurélien Rouquet, professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management at NEOMA Business School, and Nathalie Fabbe-Costes, has been awarded the FNEGE label in the "collective research work" category. We take a closer look at the book that falls somewhere between an essay and a collective publication.
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CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION

CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION

2020-03-27

We would like to keep you updated concerning the measures taken by NEOMA in these extraordinary circumstances. Our main concern is to ensure the continuation of classes and all our student services by providing a comprehensive on-line alternative.
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TEMA students visit the Village by CA in Reims

TEMA students visit the Village by CA in Reims

2020-03-27

Beginning of March, first year students from NEOMA TEMA programme discovered the Village by CA in Reims. A look back on the visit much appreciated by the students who were particularly interested in the aspects of innovation and entrepreneurship, two key elements of their programme.
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‘Success, YOUR success’ - a TEDx talk by Oscar Perrin, Master in Management student

‘Success, YOUR success’ - a TEDx talk by Oscar Perrin, Master in Management student

2020-03-24

Oscar Perrin, a student on the NEOMA Master in Management programme and Commercial Representative intern at Coca-Cola, came to speak at TEDxECE on February 27th, to share his vision of success.
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CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION

CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION

2020-03-20

NEOMA Business School has been following the coronavirus situation very closely with the setting up of an internal management unit in January charged with applying official instructions and implementing any required measures. The unit is made up of the Dean's Office, Heads of Campus, Programme and International departments. Our teams have therefore been active since the beginning of the outbreak to ensure individual support is provided to each student affected. Communication has been stepped up to ensure that official recommendations and guidelines are regularly circulated.
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