EM Strasbourg Business School trains students in an international environment to be effective and globally aware business managers, company directors and management experts. Throughout their entire EM Strasbourg experience, students are provided with the capacity to continuously evolve in complex and varied settings, particularly through the implementation of the three core values of diversity, sustainable development and ethics.
Thanks to our two research centres: Humanis—Humans and Management in Society, and Large—Laboratory for Management and Economics Research we are able to deliver cutting-edge courses. The close linkage of research and education guarantees a widely recognised expertise in Corporate Social Responsibility and gives legitimacy to our school with companies at regional, national and international levels.
EM Strasbourg is the only business school that is member of two prestigious networks: the Conférence des Grandes Écoles and the national network of institutes of business administration (IAE FRANCE). Integrating the histories of grandes écoles and universities, EM Strasbourg - historically attached to the University of Strasbourg - takes the best of both worlds! To increase its recognition, develop its values and make its brand known, the school invests in associations and networks including Alsace Tech, AFMD (French Association of Diversity Managers) and FNEGE (National Foundation for Business Management Education).
EM Strasbourg Business School is AACSB and EFMD EPAS accredited.
EM in Figures:
23 Degree Programmes
3 600 Students
22 000 Alumni
220 International Partner Universities
With more than 50 Full, Associate, and Assistant Professors, the HuManiS laboratory — Humans and Management in Society (EA 7308) integrates research and teaching from all fields of business and management. The lab is directed by Professor Sébastien Point. Across its three axes that center around common themes and methodological concerns, the HuManiS lab attracts national and international researchers to create a dynamic environment for dialogues and cooperative projects in research and teaching. Activities cover current issues in Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, Marketing, Operations Research, Strategy, Supply Chain Management and others more. The three axes are:
Global Talent Management & Social Responsibilities
Marketing & Digitalization
Entrepreneurship and Management of Change
More information can be found on the lab’s website.
Jessie PALLUD is a full Professor of Management Information Systems at EM Strasbourg Business School in France. Her research focuses on the adoption of information systems in the workplace in order to examine emerging technological usages and new work practices related to these technologies. For instance, she has done research on enterprise systems and communication technologies to understand the influence of these technologies on user reactions and emotions. She has also conducted research on user experience in cultural settings, namely museums.
Laura Georg Schaffner (Dr. oec. University of Geneva, Switzerland) has 15 years of experience in the area of information security management. With a double degree as Master in Business Administration, she focused in her PhD thesis on the interrelationship between information security and business strategy. As a PhD candidate, she was a visiting research student at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Graduating with high distinction, she started to work as management consultant in security and risk management. In 8 years, she was involved in a total of more than 100 projects, working for over 20 clients worldwide. She and her team of over 20 consultants (2010–2015) advised on board level on security management and governance issues. From 2015 to 2017, she was heading the Norwegian Information Security laboratory NISlab, one of the largest European research laboratories in security with 8 Full Professors, 11 Associate Professors, 5 PostDocs and 30 PhD students. Since 2017 she is Associate Professor in Information Systems at the Ecole de Management Strasbourg, University of Strasbourg.