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.
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.
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.
To answer this question, we talked to Pierre Peyretou, affiliate professor at ESCP and trainer at La Fresque du Climat.
Data expert Guillaume Thfoin weighs in on the importance of identifying what comes first – the data or the problem?
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.
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.
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.
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
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?