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Innovation platforms in French regional ecosystems
This research project is commissioned by Bpifrance le Lab and Innovation Factory.
The project updates the activities executed in 2016-2017 and commissioned by the same institutions. In 2016-2017, our research has produced a taxonomy on innovation platforms. It focused on innnovation platforms located in Paris and its region, Ile de France. The 2017-2018 project investigates major innovation platforms in continental France's main regional hubs. It also focuses on the modalities used by these platforms to support the digital transformation of services and industrial firms.
The 2018 report points out 5 challenges to be addressed in innovation platforms:
entrepreneurs and local governments play key roles in the creation and development of innovation platforms;
(regional) innovation platforms are levers to activate local public policies;
mega-platforms play key specific roles, and make a major original impact on ecosystems
companies (of all sizes) are at the same time clients, users and partners of the innovation platforms;
the increasing volume of platforms questions the definition of stable business models for innovation platforms.
Dr Valérie Mérindol, David W. Versailles, Professors at PSB, Management and Strategy Research Department
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Collaborative Economy Research Project
Forms of collaborative economy and social protection
Social protection in the spaces of the collaborative economy
The head of the project, Associate Professor at PSB, Hélène Bussy-Socrate and researchers of Paris Dauphine University put at the heart of the study the organizations of the collaborative economy and its contributors, in relation with its beneficiaries. This level of analysis makes it possible to explain the decisions taken by the actors of the collaborative economy and to better understand the future. The modes of organization of work differ from the classical models traditionally taught in public or private institutions.
The objectives are multiple:
- Explore the symbolic and sociological resources of collaborative economy enterprises.
- Discover the practices and networks of communities in residence in collaborative spaces.
- Explore the financing and economic viability of collaborative spaces, key players and representatives of the collaborative economy
- Raise good practices to manage the complexity of a hybrid business model (economic vs. social), a recurring problem in the collaborative economy
- Deal with and understand the challenges of quality of life at work through over-connection and disconnection practices
Dr Hélène Bussy-Socrate, Associate Professor at PSB, Management and Strategy Research Department
Dr Valérie Mérindol, Professor at PSB, Chair NewPic, email@example.com
Dr Nicolas Aubouin, Professeur associé at PSB, Chair NewPic, firstname.lastname@example.org
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PSB Paris School of Business and D3 Chair join the Serious Games Forum which will take place on December 3rd at the Ecole Militaire
The association organizes the first forum in France dedicated to the uses of wargaming for the sectors of defense, civil and research with a meaningful contribution of Disruptive Digital Data to the project.
This is the opportunity to meet a panel of actors from various backgrounds who design and use these board games easy to implement and produce, sometimes with digital support. It is also an event to connect with other participants who already use these tools.
Dr Charles Perez, Associate Professor at PSB, Head of D3 Chair
Workshop on Governance and Diversity
This full day workshop was dedicated to presentation and discussion of papers on governance and diversity topical issue with the ambition to bring together recent advances in academic research on this theme.
Organised by Dr Héger Gabteni and Dr Nathalie Bitbol-Saba, Associate Professors at PSB, the Governance and Diversity Workshop welcomed theoretical and empirical, qualitative and quantitative papers, from varied viewpoints and contexts.
Submissions in management, economics, finance, strategy as well as human ressource management that examine governance through the lens of diversity and in its various dimensions were also welcome.
Thanks to all participants for the great contribution !
Dr Héger Gabteni, Associate Professor PSB
Dr Nathalie Bitbol-Saba, Associate Professor PSB
The 46th Congress of the Uplegess at PSB realized from June 6th to 9th on the theme: Teaching cultural languages in the European Higher Education Area: Assessment and perspectives 20 years after the declaration of the Sorbonne (1998-2018 ) has been a real success.
It brought together 137 participants, including 37 leading management schools, 14 engineering colleges, 8 French universities, 1 foreign university (LAVAL, Québec), 21 teacher-researchers.
Thanks to all participants !
27th IEEE International Conference on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises
June 27th-29th, 2018 Campus Cluster Paris Innovation
Les opens labs et plateformes d'innovation en France
Valérie Mérindol, Professor at PSB, Co-director of NewPic Chair, will present at Inspection générale de l'éducation nationale et de la recherche du ministère de l'enseignement supérieur et de la recherche the study « Les opens labs et plateformes d'innovation en France : le rôle des universités et des organismes de recherche ».
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Each year, PSB Paris School of Business celebrates outstanding social media campaigns on Facebook, You Tube and Twitter.
On June 7th, 2018, PSB once again honored top social media campaigns at the Campus Cluster Paris Innovation.
The SMA are in their seventh edition at PSB Paris School of Business. During this ambitious event bringing together researchers, professionals and media partners will be rewarded the best strategies of brands in terms of “Social Media” performance and innovation for the past year.
The winners of PSB 2018 Social Media Awards span a wide variety of organizations, from brands like
Oui.SNCF, happn, Iban First and Lendix.
The winners were judged on their ability to meet their campaign objectives and on the innovation and creativity of their social media tactics which mean strategies of brands deployed on major social networks: Facebook, Twiter, Google+, LinkedIn and You Tube.
The winners of 7th Edition :
Grand Prix Social Media Awards : Lendix
Prix Application Mobile : happn
Prix Influenceur PSB : Huynh Cécile
Prix d’honneur : Vincent Dutot
Thanks to all participants for the contribution !
18-19 October 2018, Shanghai, China Associate Professor PSB, Badis Hammi
Smart City Security, Smart Grid security, Big data security and privacy, Wireless networks security and privacy, RFID network security, Social networks, Artificial intelligence and it’s application, Law & policy of security and privacy, Blockchain technology and CyberSecurity ...
On 18th and 19th October 2018 in Shanghai will take place the International Conference on Security of Smart Cities, Industrial Control System and Communications (SSIC'2018), the third conference in the area of cyber security focusing on the industry control system, cloud platform and smart cities.
The keynote speaker of IEEE SSIC 2018 CONFERENCE, Dr. Badis Hammi, Associate Professor at PSB Paris School of Business will take the lead of discussions during the international forum for scientists, researchers, professionals, industry practitioners, policy makers, and users to exchange ideas, techniques and tools, and share experience related to all practical and theoretical aspects of communications and network security.
SSIC'2018 conference is technically co-sponsored by IEEE. All accepted papers are expected to be included in IEEE Xplore and indexed by EI. SSIC'2018 seeks original high-quality technical papers from academia, government, and industry. Topics of interest encompass not only all practical and theoretical aspects of communications, and network security, but also security mechanism put into some critical applications.