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EDBA student from the Business Science Institute wins the AIM-Sphinx award
On May 21, the AIM-Sphinx award was presented to Cédric Baudet, a doctorate student from the Business Science Institute, at the 20th colloquium of the Association Information & Management (AIM) in Rabat, Morocco, for his article “L’utilisation des médias sociaux par les organisations sans but lucratif : une étude exploratoire”.
The AIM’s international conference gathers together research professors, researchers, and professionals and specialists in IT management. It’s a place where those who teach, conceive, create, and implement information systems for management come together to share and exchange ideas.
The theme of AIM 2015 is “Tendances en Management des technologies de l’information : Vers de Nouvelles Cultures et Pratiques Numériques” (“Trends in IT Management: Toward New Cultures and Digital Practices”). The selection criteria for the AIM-Sphinx award are the relevance of the study’s results and the originality of the methods used in the empirical study: a combination of qualitative/quantitative approaches, innovative data collection protocol, experimentation, lexical and semantic analyses…
Cédric Baudet, 39, is a professor at the Haute école de gestion Arc (HES-SO), where he teaches business information systems management and project management. He acts as an advisor for many different organizations and a director for various research projects. He enrolled in the first ever Business Science Institute program in 2012 in Geneva. He is currently preparing his Executive Doctorate in Business Administration on "dimensions de la participation des utilisateurs dans le succès des systèmes d'information".
The Business Science Institute is an international higher education organization designed to develop executive education on an international scale. It is composed of over 70 professors of management from the world’s most prestigious universities and Business Schools. The Institute offers just one program: the Executive Doctorate in Business Administration, a program designed for high-level managers with an MBA or equivalent degree. The goal of the Executive DBA is to use the mobilization of high-quality international academic resources to encourage post-MBA reflection and promote the professional and personal development of managers and businesses. It is directed by Professor Michel Kalika.
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