Drive Change: Social Entrepreneurship
Geneva Business School & Sustainable Seed Pitch Event
DBA Thesis Check-ins – November 2022
Read two DBA candidates abstracts summarizing their research: Safa Basar's research on managing smart cities and Claudia Tridapalli's work on reducing knowing-doing gaps in sustainable design strategies
DBA Thesis check ins – November 2021
A DBA candidate's annual review for our Research community
Leadership Development Week: Digital Transformation and Soft Skills
Master's students learned about the hard and soft skills needed to succeed
DBA Thesis check ins – July 2021
Our current DBA candidates annual review of their research for our Research community
DBA Thesis check ins – Spring 2021
Two DBA candidates review their research for the Geneva Business School Research community
Leadership Development Week: Mastering the Art of Disruption
Master's growth strategies for the hotel industry were out of this world
DBA Thesis check ins – Winter 2020
Two DBA students present their research at the annual check-in
Research at Geneva Business School
Geneva Business School uses research and teaching to find sustainable solutions to 21st-century business problems.
DBA Thesis check ins – Fall 2020
Two Doctor of Business Administration students review their first year of research.
IACBE European Regional Conference 2020
On Thursday 22 October, Geneva Business School will virtually host the annual conference for IACBE
Research at Geneva Business School: your questions answered
What does Geneva Business School do in terms of research? Read this article to find out.
Our Research Excellence Framework explained
Here we explain the Research Excellence Framework we use to generate high-quality research at Geneva Business School.
Research Groups at Geneva Business School
Geneva Business School currently conducts research in six key areas of modern business:
5 things successful people don’t waste their time on
While the key to success isn’t always clear-cut, patterns emerge when you start to consider what truly makes successful people. Cutting out social media, workplace drama, and self-pity are easy first steps toward a better work life.