Tristan Dupas-Amory comments on a cover story of The Economist seemingly questioning management consultants’ usefulness.
We talked to ESCP Profs Régis Coeurderoy and Stefan Schmid to understand how business leaders can navigate this increasingly uncertain geopolitical climate.
How can we ensure that AI development is fair, when the algorithms at its core are designed with biases? Profs. Lorena Blasco-Arcas and Hsin-Hsuan Meg Lee propose to a human-centred view for the design of specific frameworks and regulatory systems.
With the recent introduction of the hybrid work environment, what can companies incorporate to encourage employee engagement?
As if we needed more proof of how important physical and mental health is for staff, the recent crisis further highlighted this reality as employees struggled to remain flexible, withstand pressure and work remotely. Recent studies indicate that, in France, an employee that is fulfilled is an employee that is less frequently absent and sick,…
Catherine Lespérance explains why the use of algorithms to determine whether an employee is efficient enough to stay on the payroll is controversial, and how to overcome the challenges of using algorithms in human resources to better modernise HR departments.
As immaterial as it is, data is everywhere, and so is its environmental footprint. Yannick Meiller explains how we can make our data use more sustainable.
Businesses, cities and citizens, academics even, must use data not only intelligently but also responsibly to make cities truly sustainable.
How will today’s workers be included in the future of work dominated by big data, IoT, and constant technological advancement? Let’s find out with Prof. Javier Barbero.
Data expert and Co-Founder & CEO of Work With Data Laurent Molter uncovers ways in which open data is providing value to business leaders.
To answer this question, we talked to Pierre Peyretou, affiliate professor at ESCP and trainer at La Fresque du Climat.