Are organizational problems always rooted in the ‘hierarchical’ phenomenon? This is not the opinion of Ghislain Deslandes, who reviews a study devoted to this subject.
The World Cup and ‘Qatargate’ are the latest demonstrations of the fact that corruption is still an imposing challenge. Maral Muratbekova-Touron and her co-authors explain how companies can fight it more effectively.
What does it mean to have a “good” startup idea? To try to answer this question, we sat down with Maëva Tordo, director of ESCP’s European incubator, the Blue Factory.
In today’s diverse employment market, with its focus on digital platforms, global social networks and remote working, cultural intelligence has never been more important.
Internationally-seasoned executives are assumed to be more expensive than those who stay put, but how exactly can you make sure it pays to have an international education and work experience?
On Human Rights Day, Ken Chan explains why the 2022 World Cup in Qatar is an opportunity for companies to help advance LGBT+ rights globally.
Cross-cultural virtual teams are on the rise but cultural differences can create barriers to communication and the lack of physical interaction can make it worse. Prof. Marion Festing explains how to make sure they can communicate effectively.
“We need new forms of governance for the further development of the space sector, not just Elon Musk’s enterprises”
David Lehmann comments on the latest Global Risks Report, highlighting some of the critical risks around space, providing additional context information and discussing implications for business.
ESCP experts Marie Taillard and Howard Zhong share their thoughts on getting the best out of the Metaverse at this stage in the game.
Frédéric Fréry comments on Elon Musk’s record bonus at Tesla, and praises other forms of reward.
Cécile Dejoux presents a managerial approach based on a scientific model that meets the needs for meaningfulness and work-life balance of employees and managers.
Almudena Cañibano and Argyro Avgoustaki explain that factors beyond the organisation, such as labour market conditions, play a key role in employees’ interpretation of telework as a potential threat.