As we navigate the complexities of the modern workplace, where virtual meetings are more frequent than face-to-face interactions, the question of how to foster connection and trust has become paramount.
With some organisations downplaying their sustainability initiatives to avoid greenwashing, ESCP’s Julien Schmitt explains its consequences for business and society.
Amidst the stark warnings of the risks of AI, we spoke with Assistant Professor Howard Zhong to explore effective solutions, such as AI regulation.
Starting your own venture in Silicon Valley is already no easy feat. What about when you’re a newcomer to the USA? Bruno Lévêque, a French entrepreneur living in the Bay Area, has some tips.
The student film The Spectacle of Culture reminds us of how, in a world of mass tourism, the internet, and life lived through social media and Artificial Intelligence, “culture” can come to mean something artificial and generic.
A team of researchers explores four major transformative processes and their benefits and downsides for employees’ performance, skills, career advancement and well-being in the future of work.
When it comes to sustainability, product innovation will only get you so far. It is time to rethink our business models.
ChatGPT and generative artificial intelligence: What upheavals will the managers of the future face?
With the generative AI revolution, how can managers best approach this new technology that will change the way we work? Louis-David Benyayer this topic in his Executive Education white paper.
By overcoming challenges around data access and quality, access to talent and skills, as well as taking systematic approaches to AI, companies can ultimately unlock the potential for this technology to accelerate digital transformation.
It’s important for consumers and employees to be critical and informed when evaluating environmental claims made by companies, so we spoke with Valentin Martinie of Alerte Greenwashing for some guidance.