ESCP alumna Florence Bernet explains how a culture of learning can be a transformative force in unlocking the full potential of your workforce.
Employees’ acceptance of technology and trust can be overridden by questions around job security, autonomy and the impersonal nature of AI. Alessandro Lanteri and his co-authors suggest steps for decision-makers to address their concerns.
Philip Meissner and Yusuke Narita show how AI will change decision-making and what effects this will have on competitiveness.
Davide Sola offers strategies that entrepreneurs can adopt to secure funding in this evolving economic environment, all while becoming more resource-efficient in the face of constraints in funding availability.
Two researchers define a specific type of business model — the impact business model — and what to keep in mind when developing it & measuring the impact.
With some organisations downplaying their sustainability initiatives to avoid greenwashing, ESCP’s Julien Schmitt explains its consequences for business and society.
Amidst the stark warnings of the risks of AI, we spoke with Assistant Professor Howard Zhong to explore effective solutions, such as AI regulation.
The student film The Spectacle of Culture reminds us of how, in a world of mass tourism, the internet, and life lived through social media and Artificial Intelligence, “culture” can come to mean something artificial and generic.
A team of researchers explores four major transformative processes and their benefits and downsides for employees’ performance, skills, career advancement and well-being in the future of work.