A tool by itself is useless. It takes a person to make the most out of it. Artificial intelligence as it stands today is nothing more than a tool.
With a long road to recovery ahead, the Covid-19 pandemic has presented the opportunity for companies to reconsider their business travel habits and develop sustainable travel policy guidelines.
Negotiation may look completely different in the world of virtual meetings, but they can deliver plenty of advantages.
What can we learn from an over 300-year-old family business? Interview with Francesco Barberis Canonico of Vitale Barberis Canonico and member of the Henokiens.
Profs. Alisa Sydow and Francesco Rattalino teamed up to explain why and how entrepreneurs can steal a page from the European family firm book to transform the Covid-19 crisis into opportunities and write a more sustainable future.
In France, one in four employees will become caregivers at some point in their lives. So, how will this impact the workplace in the years to come? We spoke to Caroline Mac Naughton, co-founder of Caring Company Project, to hear her thoughts on how businesses need to adjust to this growing phenomenon.
Did you know only 11% of women hold leadership positions in the design field? The Choice spoke with Olga Voskoboinikova, Product Design Team Lead and alumna of ESCP’s Women in Leadership programme, about how she beat the odds and how we can help other women do the same.
There is a lot of work left to reach gender equality and inclusion in academia among other trades, and room for initiatives like CYGNA, writes Prof. Argyro Avgoustaki.
For Prof. Daniela Lup, inclusive practices for hiring and promoting neurodiverse talent can bolster creativity and innovation.
A neurodivergent professional born and raised in Verona, Italy, Tommaso Davi tells his story: how his learning difference made him a “fighter”, and acknowledging it gave him the freedom to be his authentic self.