It might sound surprising, but not all entrepreneurship journeys have to start with a business background – or even a well-defined “big idea”. Prof. René Mauer and Niuversity founder Fadi Alshalabi put some of the myths to rest.
Together, we investigated the variety of biases in tech — whether they influence the way algorithms are created, or the number of women in the industry.
Beniamino Savio, CEO of AWE Sport and an ESCP alumnus, shares his passion for education and sports, and how combining both can help young people prepare for the future.
“At some point last year, 1.6 billion students, and as many parents, have experienced edtech solutions in some shape or form.” CEO of EdTechX, Benjamin Vedrenne-Cloquet shares his take on the future of edtech.
By bridging the gap between the worlds of education and business, Learning Experience Platforms rethink the learning experience with more human interaction through advanced digital tools.
Chief Conduct Officer Marguerite Burghardt shares her view on the convictions it takes to be a leader, where more work is needed for diversity in business, and why inclusion starts with education.
There is a lot of work left to reach gender equality and inclusion in academia among other trades, and room for initiatives like CYGNA, writes Prof. Argyro Avgoustaki.
Creating a memorable experience with engagement is crucial to maintaining a connection with learners, whether in a hybrid or digital learning environment.
Despite the wonders of videoconferencing, students in the time of COVID-19 are relatively isolated from their professors and from each other, leading to an overall negative impact on their well-being.
Sustainability has become a key driver for a university’s reputation. Yet, “teaching sustainability as well as further societal skills, will not be enough,” says Andreas Kaplan, professor of marketing.