Faculty & Research
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AT TBS EDUCATION
INNOVATIVE PROFESSORS & TEACHING
TBS Education offers innovative teaching methods to help students acquire skills and competences at the cutting edge of today’s economic, social and technological transformation. Every year, new institutional projects are implemented and the best innovative projects receive an award.
6 Academic Departments
TBS Education research projects generate knowledge at the cutting edge of today’s big economic, technological, social and environmental challenges. Our research is either conducted internally or in partnerships with companies and institutions and is well-know for its academic rigor and its direct link to the world of business and management.
6 Research Labs
Latest mainstream articles
[su_pullquote align=”right”]By Secil Bayraktar[/su_pullquote] Based on the article “How Leaders Cultivate Support for Change: Resource Creation through Justice and Job Security” – Published in Journal
The development of sustainable entrepreneurial ecosystems through social capital: The cases of academic incubators
[su_pullquote align=”right”]By Christina Theodoraki[/su_pullquote] Based on the article “A social capital approach to the development of sustainable entrepreneurial ecosystems: an explorative study” published in Small
[su_pullquote align=”right”]By Lambert Jerman and Evelyne Misiaszek[/su_pullquote] Successful companies like Sigfox, BricoPrivé or Hellocasa all belong to the world of scale-ups. Whether these companies are
[su_pullquote align=”right”]By Ingrid Molderez and Kim Ceulemans [/su_pullquote] Will our future business managers be able to tackle sustainability challenges? Can art contribute to acquiring sustainability competencies
[su_pullquote align=”right”]By Amadou LÔ [/su_pullquote] Order or disorder? Stability or flexibility? Control or ‘laissez faire’? Issues linked to the management of long-term collective action have long
[su_pullquote align=”right”]By Lambert JERMAN and Alaric BOURGOIN [/su_pullquote] At a time when many professions are questioning their own deep meaning, torn between economic constraints and impending