Professors Jean-Philippe Bouilloud, Ghislain Deslandes and Guillaume Mercier argue that business leaders no longer have a choice but to assume this ambiguous position requiring specific skills.
When it comes to purpose, a lot of companies get lost trying to figure out which direction to take. How can one define purpose? Moreover, the purpose of a brand or company?
Talent management practices can be used to retain high performers and high potential, who like other commodities have become even more scarce in these times of economic crisis.
How can leaders develop and implement a business strategy that is both suited to market fluctuations and delivers results? Enter strategic agility.
Amid the war in Ukraine, there are concrete steps organisations can take to prevent emotional exhaustion within volunteers supporting refugees, write ESCP Business School PhD graduate Charlotte Traeger and Profs. Debbie Haski-Leventhal and Kerstin Alfes.
On the fifth & final episode of We All Make Mistakes, podcast host Professor Ben Voyer speaks to failure expert and fellow ESCP Professor Christoph Seckler.
Do you know the story of GoPuff, Gorillas and Getir, among others? Prof. Frédéric Fréry explains how this military doctrine applies to the economic field.
Why do we often associate emotional intelligence with female leadership? Let’s take a closer look at the preconceptions around gender and emotional intelligence.
Big business can afford to be a force for progress in countries with hostile laws and can make a strong case. Especially as it does not harm their interests.
The time when a leader needed to look tough and outright cold-blooded on every occasion has gone. Nowadays, people expect leaders to show different qualities, among which self-awareness, empathy and integrity. But what about vulnerability?