Prof. Frédéric Fréry comments on a publication by Henry Mintzberg who admittedly is “a fan of family business, if only it could resolve its problems of succession…”
Through original research, Prof. Vasudevan confirms the doubts raised by a recent article from the Financial Times about excessive workload in banks.
Prof. Francesco Rattalino comments on an article reasserting the established fact that family firms tend to do well in disasters and explains how their example could help.
Prof. Vafainia takes a look at an article from the MIT Sloan Management Review discussing the performance of deep learning methods compared to traditional ones, and its ability to accurately predict consumer choices.
Prof. Frédéric Bizard explains that the pandemic showed the country of Pasteur seriously lags behind in pharmaceutical innovation. His call for the creation of “an Airbus of messenger RNA” was answered by the French government not long after, though.
At a time when Google claims to have the first “quantum computer”, we are allowed to dream. But to turn this dream into reality is a question of being able to achieve quantum supremacy and become a leader…
Addressing the environmental impact of fashion will require major evolutions in the mindset and habits of designers, fashion players and consumers. Though innovation can help.
AI & chatbot technology are essential tools for a personalized, seamless experience, including in higher education.