Family firms can attract investor interest, yet owners are often reluctant to offer equity. Prof. Martin Kupp explains that two of the key issues are concerns of potential interference and emotions.
ICT Sustainability, ICT for Sustainability, Green ICT, Sustainable ICT, Sustainable IT, Green IT, Green for IT, Green by IT, Green by Use, Inclusive IT, Sustainable HCI: No matter what you call it, we need to be talking about it.
Marion Festing and Tobias Schumacher explain how intercultural competences are conventionally developed and why serious games are a highly promising endeavour to complement or even substitute these pathways.
Since human bias is at the source of the discrimination, a way to reduce it may be to teach the engineers who are doing the AI programming.
EMIB student David Marcouly tells a gifted girl’s story, and what it says about cognitive diversity in the workplace.
To understand the evolution of the tourism sector in the last few decades and where it might be headed in the post-covid world, we’ve interviewed Agnès Weil, Head of Sustainability at Club Med and General Delegate of the Club Med Foundation.
Companies are increasingly faced with religious demands at a global level. Prof. Géraldine Galindo and her co-author assess the tools that corporations have been trying to design in order to address this sensitive issue.
“Companies must work so that the diversity of the communities in which they operate is reflected in their workforce and value chain.” Coca-Cola’s HR Director for Iberia, Marta Muñoz Ledesma, shares her experience of diversity and inclusion in recruitment as well as the initiatives and projects to promote these topics in a company’s daily life.
Chiara Corazza, Managing Director of the Women’s Forum for The Economy & Society, assesses the global challenges women face today and how together we can remove the boundaries to a fairer future.
The tourism industry can help us build a cleaner and fairer future, but traditional models need a reset. ESCP Professor Lola Herrero takes a deep dive into what “authentic paradises” could look like.