How business can deliver where government is failing
As trust in government institutions has weakened, the expectations of business leaders have soared. How can businesses can use this trust for good?
As trust in government institutions has weakened, the expectations of business leaders have soared. How can businesses can use this trust for good?
In an increasingly uncertain international environment, business leaders should be more aware of political risks and develop ways to respond to them while avoiding cognitive biases, claim Lorenzo Coronati and Frédéric Jallat.
Prof. Louis-David Benyayer reflects on the strategic implications of research showing that under certain conditions, humans perform better than machines when it comes to decision-making.
ESCP Affiliate Professor of Governance, Law & Leadership Dr. Daniel Perlzweig explains how businesses can take concrete steps to protect human rights, particularly with the help of a human rights officer
Anne-France Mariacher comments on the latest edition of the Circularity Gap Report, which according to her shows we need to start rethinking our consumption and business models.
It takes a village to raise a child – and a global village to make a successful business. The lingua franca of this global village? Emotional intelligence.
A reflection on unicorns and the lack of purpose of some founders like Sam Bankman-Fried.
Laetitia Mimoun offers four possible ways of responding to situations like the war between Russia and Ukraine depending on brands’ positioning.
Hervé Laroche comments on the tribulations of the latest fraudulent start-up’s founder.
As employers grapple with labour shortages and the Great Resignation, they are turning to a growing trend: sourcing human capital from within the organisation, aka quiet hiring.
Monoprix’s CSR director sheds light on the French retail chain’s journey toward sustainability, as well as her own.
Cécile Dejoux reflects on the trend followed by many companies which have started teaching mindfulness in the office.
Expert on management of diversity and inclusion in organisations, Lena Knappert shares her insights on the best way to provide support for refugees and migrants in the workplace.
Virtual characters are one of the biggest digital opportunities for brands, argues ESCP alumnus Laurent François, managing partner at the creative agency 180.
ESCP Executive Education spoke with Pedro Gonzalo, a specialist in creativity, leadership and human resources, to identify the factors that foster creativity and implement successful creative management.
Entrepreneurship expert Alisa Sydow relates Merete Wedell-Wedellsborg’s insights about how to be a good leader in turbulent times to the role of founders.
Christoph Koenig, founder of the student messaging solution Clay, tells us about his experience growing and selling a company just four years after graduating from ESCP.
Daniele Battaglia and Alessandro Lanteri suggest how to effectively create a dedicated task force to prepare to seize the opportunities of the quantum revolution and avoid its threats.
Peter Vanham reflects on the 2023 Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum, an organisation he used to work for, and the importance of friendliness and benevolence in the corporate world – and outside of it.
FTSE 100 CEO of Intertek and ESCP alumnus André Lacroix on why the corporate world must reinvent leadership to put people on a par with profits.
Frédéric Fréry reflects upon the paradox at work in the essential combination of exploration and exploitation highlighted by James March.
Profs. Lorena Blasco-Arcas, Almudena Cañibano and Hsin-Hsuan (Meg) Lee give employers a few tips to turn employees into powerful allies and brand advocates.
Prof. Louis-David Benyayer reflects on research tending to show the key to success in leveraging automation with AI is human-based.
Davide Sola, Jeffrey F. Rayport, Martin Kupp and Sophia Braun explain that companies should take value creation into consideration, and therefore look for profit-market fit.
Professor Andreas Kaplan explores the opportunities and existing use cases made possible by the metaverse, and how to manage an implementation strategy of this new technology despite challenges.
In a time of skills shortages, employers need to retain their staff. One concept in particular is becoming increasingly important: meaningfulness. Kerstin Alfes gives some tips on how employers can reinforce this feeling.
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.
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.
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.
Director of Fondation Carmignac and member of folk-rock group Moriarty, Charles Carmignac shares how all of his experiences have made him who he is today
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.
Sometimes, projects get out of hand but leaders keep at it. Prof. Frédéric Fréry explains how to put a stop to the ‘escalation of commitment’.
Data expert Guillaume Thfoin weighs in on the importance of identifying what comes first – the data or the problem?
With the recent evolution of plant-based and cell-based meats, a new debate comes into play about the long run market presence of these alternative proteins.
A broad, cross-cultural study found a universal need for managers to address more collective and meaningful aspects of happiness.
Chris Dixon, who is well-versed in all things digital, comments on an article by Ben Voyer asking if the metaverse is like in the movie Field of Dreams: something to wish for.
Practical insights from the newly published handbook “ESG Investing and Analysis: A Practitioner’s Guide” by Kartik Chawla, Martina Macpherson & Daniel Ung.
Prof. Louis-David Benyayer dives into the uncertain need for data scientists in our technologically evolving business environment.
Louis-David Benyayer takes a look at a scientific paper shedding light on the process by which big tech companies use data to enter regulated markets.
LGBT+ Programme Director Stephan Schmuck speaks about the unique challenges and importance of visibility that come with being an LGBT+ leader in the workplace.
An expert in customer experience explains the pros & cons of cross-functional talent versus specialisation in marketing.
Marlene Hohn and Christian Durach comment on an article claiming that 3D printing could be the key to a sustainable fashion industry.
Understanding executives’ individual decision-making styles can help companies improve the use of AI in strategic initiatives and overcome flaws in human judgement, according to Christoph Keding and Philip Meissner.
Louis-David Benyayer takes a look at a scientific paper showing that system-generated recommendations are not always more efficient than experts’.
Laetitia Mimoun and Fleura Bardhi explored how this new generation of consumers manages the challenges associated with serial transitions, and what it means in terms of market opportunities.
Tra My Le comments on an article published by The Economist claiming that too much supply chain resilience is dangerous.
Diana Pérez-Arechaederra reflects on what we can learn from how healthcare leaders dealt with the unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic.
We were used to a calm sea to bask in. Now it has become rough and we will have to learn to swim, or risk drowning. As leaders, this means you no longer have a choice but to adapt to each situation.
Customer experience leaders can benefit from literature more than you might think, to anticipate customer impressions and create new experiences.
What’s the secret to leveraging your image online & offline in a way that remains authentic? ESCP’s The Choice spoke with personal branding experts Géraldine Galindo and Thibault Louis to find out more.
Amidst the global environmental crisis, Groupe Rocher’s CEO, Bris Rocher, has given us his vision of what it means to lead a purpose-driven company towards a goal that goes beyond mere economic success.
Frédéric Fréry explains why management models like the BCG Matrix and Blue Ocean Strategy are so successful, and what we can learn from it.
The meaning of organisations is changing and Sociocracy can help design businesses that are able to respond to new paradigms like technological advancement and new generations’ expectations in the future workplace.
Interview with Davide Bollati, Chairman of the Davines Group, about why he chose to be part of the global B-Corp movement for an inclusive, equitable, and regenerative economy.
New green tech, from vertical farming to 3D printing and plant-based meat, can reconcile economic progress with the production limits of our planet, explains Prof. Philip Meissner.
For Violette Bouveret, the skill that teams need to acquire in order to face overwhelming challenges and avoid paralysis is the capacity to solve complex problems.
To uncover the opportunities for corporate learning today, we spoke with BNP Paribas’ leaders in learning & development.
How can individuals and teams reach their potential by learning to step outside their personal and cultural comfort zones? We spoke with Andy Molinsky, author of Global Dexterity and Reach, to find out
Ken Chan explains why he keeps undertaking graduate studies, even deciding at the start of the global pandemic to pursue a PhD in business while working full-time in demanding leadership roles.
Public speaking and pitching are must-have skills for every entrepreneur. They are the make-or-break point from finding investors to building your team.
Corporate volunteering has many positive consequences for both employees and companies. Why and how should companies include it in their strategy?
Georgia Makridou writes that sustainability does not mean sacrificing profits or putting success on the back burner. On the contrary, the reward is resilience.
Six ESCP students take a closer look at eco-anxiety and what the media can do about it.
Large numbers of resignations are being overshadowed by the controversy around the symptoms of the rupture between young people and the “meaning of work”.
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.
A talk with Mamadou-Abou Sarr, the Co-Founder and President of V-Square Quantitative Management about sustainable investing and what the events of 2022 may bring for its markets.
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.
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.
Carlos Casanueva reflects on what the Total Leadership model, and work-life synergies, can bring to our ever-longer lives.
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?
Altruistic enterprises can build prosperous and harmonious societies, while enjoying the profits needed to sustain themselves, argue Laurent Marbacher & Isaac Getz.
Ben Voyer comments on an article about the resignation of Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, and shares how he sees failure as an educator and researcher.
It’s all about how to get there and how to bridge the gap between your dream and reality.” Jenna Suru is not afraid of challenges. We’ve sat down with her to talk about the movie industry and the many changes it is going through.
Ghislain Deslandes and Guillaume Mercier investigated the emergence and practice of benevolence, and teased out some implications for the future of management.
Prof. Louis-David Benyayer reflects on an article published by HBR making the case for in-company data.
When dealing with climate change, it is easy to either embrace denial or pessimism.
The experiencing self and remembering self do not value the same things. What would our choices look like if we prioritised one over the other?
Chiara Succi claims we can learn a lot from research making a serious case for humour in the workplace, but also Mary Poppins!
In today’s post-social media world, the growing role of the Metaverse is changing the way brands develop their digital strategies. A flash in the pan or a true online revolution? We spoke to ESCP Professors Michael Haenlein and Andreas Kaplan for their thoughts on this emerging space. Michael HaenleinProfessor ESCP Business School Andreas KaplanProfessor ESCP…
The Choice spoke with titan of industry Victor Herrero about his vision and experience with the transformation of the business of fashion.
Wioletta Nawrot comments on a study showing that 54% of employees would quit their jobs if not provided post-pandemic flexibility, recommending a gradual transition.
Béatrice Kosowski, president of IBM France, shares her thoughts on how recruiters and candidates should address the often vague subject of emotional intelligence at work.
The agile method of the future? Art Thinking is an alternative to traditional client-focused methods. Its application facilitates innovation and allows the user to create the improbable with certainty.
We have spoken with Craig Strachan from Amazon podcasts and Joel Ronez from Binge Audio to get tips on how to create a valuable brand podcast experience.
There is too little public trust in scientists, but we can do something about it before it’s too late!
In today’s era of fake news and social media, one subject is on everyone’s lips: algorithms.
CEO, CFO, sure, but have you ever heard of a Chief Poetic Officer? Vincent Avanzi discusses the power of poetry in the business world.
Prof. Frédéric Fréry explains where the analogy between corporate strategy and military strategy comes from, but that business may have more in common with seduction than war.
Professor Isabella Maggioni talks about what a responsible, sustainable customer experience looks like – and the keys to successfully creating one.
Food & beverage specialist Francesco Venuti comments on the latest developments of the inflation situation in the agri-food sector and beyond.
Does TikTok hold the future of political communications? We’ve asked three stakeholders their views on the present relationship between politics and the media.
While we wait for the prequel to Game of Thrones, Ghislain Deslandes talks about what managers can learn from the highly popular TV series – or not.
We repeat over and over again that you must aim high and never give up. If that is the best way to succeed in life, a fundamental question pops up: how should you choose and set such objectives?
While AI does not yet match its cinematic representations, methodologies such as machine learning are turning it into a valuable tool for managers and businesses when it comes to decision-making and creating innovative solutions.
Louis-David Benyayer reflects on the new rules proposed by the European Commission on who can use and access data generated in the EU.
A look into the future of the Italian business ecosystem and how to attract more entrepreneurs with Marcello Tedeschi.
Michael Haenlein and his co-authors explain why Gen Z’s media consumption patterns have given rise to an industry that is here to stay, and what companies should do about it.
Andreas Kaplan comments on an article claiming that Microsoft bought Activision because “gaming is the new social media.”
With PayFit, one of France’s unicorn startups, Firmin Zocchetto hopes to bring innovation to the payroll process of small and medium businesses.
Lombard Odier Group experts share insightful analysis stemming from research by students from ESCP’s two Masters in international wealth management led by Profs. Fahmi Ben Abdelkader and Jean-Philippe Mabru.
Prof. Frédéric Fréry comments on research identifying a growth pattern specific to platforms and wonders if their next evolutionary stage will be the metaverse.
How can you encourage the development of emotional intelligence within your company, among employees and managers? We’ve asked two specialists: Véronique Tran, professor at ESCP Business School, and Yohan Ruso, CEO and founder of Praditus.
How business leaders can bolster cybersecurity in the face of a cyber threat.
Finance specialist Christophe Thibierge discusses the much-postponed release of the latest James Bond movie and Jaguar’s announcement that it will not be launching any new models before 2025.
On the occasion of the EU summit at Versailles, Jérôme Creel suggests an alternative to deal with the economic consequences of the war in Ukraine and to build a “European defence.”
Erwan Lamy and Isabelle Beyneix claim that this genuine epistemic pollution, which undermines democracy and the trust necessary for the proper conduct of business, should be taken into account just like attacks on the environment and on the social climate.
Prof. Vincent Smith discusses a column in The Economist saying ‘Polexit’ is unlikely but missing a few points, including recovery from Covid in Hungary and the impact of the war in Ukraine.
The state of e-commerce with Nathalie Balla, CEO of the leading French retailer La Redoute
Correctly leveraged, big data can offer huge benefits to any business, but where to start? We spoke to ESCP Professor Louis-David Benyayer and Glanceable co-founder Arthur Cohen about the potential – and pitfalls – of big data when applied to customer experience.
What should we, as humans in the 21st century, expect from brands and businesses? We explore the idea of a human-centric approach, with Professor of Marketing Charlotte Gaston-Breton.
Prof. Argyro Avgoustaki discusses an article that blames the ‘Great Resignation’ on overwork, which has increased during the Covid-19 era.
According to Marion Sanglé-Ferrière and Ben Voyer, one person out of three does not dare to turn to the supplier in case of problems. They explain why, and what companies can do to actually help.
While there are ever more COPs being held and new commitments being made–with mixed success–all actors in society need to get involved. The financial sector is no exception.
Martin Kupp and Joe Peppard shed light on the digital transformation road map of this global automotive component manufacturer, which has been largely driven by the digitalisation of the customer experience with Accenture.
On the occasion of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we interviewed MBA alumna and Doctor of chemistry Valérie-Anne Ramis Cladera.
Prof. Robert Wilken & PhD student David Bürgin’s research shows that by making consumers aware of their ethicality and sustainability benefits, partitioned pricing can help increase the sales of fair-trade products.
Every business owner knows it: to succeed in an ever-changing world where competition is global, managing to create a meaningful, positive relationship with customers is key. Which many have done by building a quality customer experience and relationship management system. However, these last decades of technological innovation and global change have also shaken to the…
We are culturally programmed, in a certain way, to think that freedom of choice will bring us love, prosperity and satisfaction. But is this always the case? Sophie Guignard explains why too many choices makes it hard to choose.
Although the first climate stress test in the euro area has not really grasped the scale and the true nature of the risks climate change will pose to the economy and businesses, it confirms the need to take them seriously, say Profs. Aurélien Acquier and Jérôme Creel.
When it comes to business, ‘love’ might not be the first four-letter word that leaps to mind – but for Naji Gehchan, it’s the crucial ingredient in guaranteeing exceptional results.
ESCP Prof. Julien Schmitt provides guidelines for managers and policymakers to reduce this gap between consumers’ positive attitudes toward sustainability and environment protection, and actual consumption behaviours.
The way we interact with brands has changed very quickly over the past few years and even more so since 2019. ESCP alumnus and Customer Experience specialist Julien Hervy outlines some of the key CX trends to note in 2022.
When it comes to starting your own business, the first hurdle is often at the very beginning. We talked to experts in entrepreneurship Maëva Tordo and Rand Gerges Yammine on the key to starting out as you mean to go on. The secret? Finding – and building – your community.
Prof. Ghislain Deslandes reviews a book which takes a critical look at some of the modern-day practices of the gig economy.
Interview with Mateusz Ciasnocha, the regenerative farmer from the Ciasnocha Family Farm in Poland’s Żuławy Wiślane region and the CEO of European Carbon Farmers.
Prof. Charlotte Gaston-Breton explains how consumers’ everyday experiences can regulate the negative feelings induced by the Covid-19 pandemic, and how brands can help improve their well-being.
PhD candidate Yaëlle Amsallem argues that the movie’s script is not very different from what is happening today.
When we study the greatest leaders, they all tend to share a rare and exciting skill: high emotional intelligence. How can an individual inspire others? With emotional intelligence!
Learning from errors seems to be a key competence in today’s workplace, but how much people actually learn varies quite a bit and much depends on people’s humility, as Prof. Christoph Seckler reveals.
Interview with Victor Lora, a practitioner of frugalism dedicated to helping others retire as early as possible.
Interview with Théo Scubla, the CEO of each One, a company intent on making a positive impact by creating synergies between refugees and companies.
It might sound surprising, but not all entrepreneurship journeys have to start with a business background – or even a well-defined “big idea”. Prof. René Mauer and Niuversity founder Fadi Alshalabi put some of the myths to rest.
We spoke to entrepreneur Alexandre Bonetti, CEO and co-founder of French startup Simplébo, about the importance of maintaining an independent approach to entrepreneurship and fundraising.
In this interview, entrepreneurship expert Yi Dragon Jiang talks about what refugee entrepreneurs teach us about growing a business in the face of disruption.
There is no point in actually instructing individuals or teams to innovate, but an organisation can definitely create the right condition for it. Nico von Delius, Global Finance Director Marketing and Sales at Siemens Electrical Products, and Professor of Entrepreneur René Mauer explain how they did just that.
Prof. Rand Gerges-Yammine comments on a video by The Economist showing how covid-19 is boosting innovation.
“I’ve put too much of myself into this mountain to quit now . . .” Author and ESCP alumna Sophie Guignard takes a closer look at why we sometimes make “bad choices” with the example of the fatal 1996 climb of Mount Everest.
Jo Bautista is an artist and social entrepreneur. In 2020, as Covid-19 disrupted our lives, she launched SendtoGive, a social business that combines art and impact.
Alisa Sydow and Funké Michaels outline how one can learn from Maasai tribeswomen’s example to manage and grow businesses despite challenges.
With remote work no longer a nice-to-have but a requirement in the new normal, do people still believe in the necessity to make friends at work?
As one internet user said over a decade ago, “If you are not paying for it, you’re not the customer; you’re the product being sold.”
According to Julian Ivaldy, Co-founder & Head of Growth at TheSecretCompany.co, everyone can be an entrepreneur: if you are an employee, unemployed, a retiree, a student …
Calling all entrepreneurs, is your personal brand a priority? If not, it should be according to ESCP professors of entrepreneurship Marc Sasserath and Benjamin Voyer.
Founder & CEO of Belle Époque Films Jenna Suru shares how she practices minimalism to better manage her business.
To make decisions in such an unpredictable context, and indeed survive and thrive, companies need an exploratory mindset. For that, they must set aside standard risk management and develop tools and methods borrowed from the field of entrepreneurship, where uncertainty is the norm.
Intrapreneurship programmes are an excellent way to accelerate innovation within a firm, but their implementation is not just plug and play. Here are three things Christian Stumpf, Christoph Seckler and Peter Borchers have learned (sometimes the hard way).
Lesson #1 from my last 30 months of co-founding companies: the business you create must make sense to your Founder-Market Fit (or Human-Market Fit). This will be a determining factor for your company’s success and your personal fulfillment.
Luca Osvaldo Uccello, Corporate Social Responsibility Officer at United Nations Global Compact*, French Local Network, and an alumnus of ESCP Business School, shares his take on where businesses stand with the SDGs today.
ESCP Prof. Andreas Kaplan draws upon his past research on Second Life and virtual worlds to reflect on the potential consequences of Facebook’s Metaverse.
Prof. Olivier Delbard explores the key features of this pioneer in the field of corporate sustainability, with a focus on how the company created sustainable value for its stakeholders while radically rethinking and redesigning its business model.
How can companies implement successful policies to attract and retain talents who are increasingly sensitive to CSR concerns? In order to find out, we contacted the CEO of Birdeo, a recruitment agency specialised in chasing CSR talents.
How can entrepreneurs help achieve the UN SDGs? ESCP Professor Robert Sheldon discusses the implications of sustainability on your business goals.
Drawing on the experience of Pepsico and City Developments Limited, Prof. Fabrizio Granà analyses the role organizations can play in promoting and achieving the SDGs, and the potential advantages they can obtain by leveraging the interconnections between these and Integrated Reporting.
Ensuring ground-level support for SDGs is crucial. We spoke to two experts in the sustainability field to get their advice on successfully working towards the UN SDGs as a manager