Prof. Ghislain Deslandes reviews a book on leadership where self-honesty, concern for others and generosity in leadership are all “bullshit”.
Prof. Christophe Thibierge analyses Emmanuel Faber’s dismissal from the shareholders’ point of view thanks to a new tool which could prove useful.
International oil economist Mamdouh G Salameh reacts upon the IEA’s claim that the global energy crisis has nothing to do with Europe’s energy transition plans.
Prof. Louis-David Benyayer takes a look at a scientific paper claiming that although it has bad press, uncertainty can be turned into a performance lever.
Financial compliance expert Michel Perez gives The Choice his take on the G7’s tax-rate agreement, and the potential obstacles lying ahead.
With increased demand and supply chain issues, the pandemic has had an impact on the bike industry the world over. But not always in the ways we imagine.
Prof. Aurélien Acquier writes about the science fiction movie Okja, which says a lot about our response to environmental issues.
Prof. Alisa Sydow comments on the announcement by UNICEF of the first cohort of blockchain investments building solutions toward financial inclusion to receive funding. To her, blockchain-based applications have great potential provided aspects of sustainability are integrated in their development.
Diversity in the workplace is only one part of the equation for successful business performance, the other being actively creating an inclusive environment where employees can express their authentic selves.