Amidst the global environmental crisis, Groupe Rocher’s CEO, Bris Rocher, has given us his vision of what it means to lead a purpose-driven company towards a goal that goes beyond mere economic success.
The meaning of organisations is changing and Sociocracy can help design businesses that are able to respond to new paradigms like technological advancement and new generations’ expectations in the future workplace.
For Violette Bouveret, the skill that teams need to acquire in order to face overwhelming challenges and avoid paralysis is the capacity to solve complex problems.
Georgia Makridou writes that sustainability does not mean sacrificing profits or putting success on the back burner. On the contrary, the reward is resilience.
Six ESCP students take a closer look at eco-anxiety and what the media can do about it.
When it comes to purpose, a lot of companies get lost trying to figure out which direction to take. How can one define purpose? Moreover, the purpose of a brand or company?
How can leaders develop and implement a business strategy that is both suited to market fluctuations and delivers results? Enter strategic agility.
Big business can afford to be a force for progress in countries with hostile laws and can make a strong case. Especially as it does not harm their interests.
The time when a leader needed to look tough and outright cold-blooded on every occasion has gone. Nowadays, people expect leaders to show different qualities, among which self-awareness, empathy and integrity. But what about vulnerability?
The experiencing self and remembering self do not value the same things. What would our choices look like if we prioritised one over the other?
In today’s post-social media world, the growing role of the Metaverse is changing the way brands develop their digital strategies. A flash in the pan or a true online revolution? We spoke to ESCP Professors Michael Haenlein and Andreas Kaplan for their thoughts on this emerging space. Michael HaenleinProfessor ESCP Business School Andreas KaplanProfessor ESCP…
The agile method of the future? Art Thinking is an alternative to traditional client-focused methods. Its application facilitates innovation and allows the user to create the improbable with certainty.