Prof. Louis-David Benyayer reflects on an article published by HBR making the case for in-company data.
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.
While AI does not yet match its cinematic representations, methodologies such as machine learning are turning it into a valuable tool for managers and businesses when it comes to decision-making and creating innovative solutions.
PhD candidate Yaëlle Amsallem argues that the movie’s script is not very different from what is happening today.
There is no point in actually instructing individuals or teams to innovate, but an organisation can definitely create the right condition for it. Nico von Delius, Global Finance Director Marketing and Sales at Siemens Electrical Products, and Professor of Entrepreneur René Mauer explain how they did just that.
Prof. Rand Gerges-Yammine comments on a video by The Economist showing how covid-19 is boosting innovation.
Intrapreneurship programmes are an excellent way to accelerate innovation within a firm, but their implementation is not just plug and play. Here are three things Christian Stumpf, Christoph Seckler and Peter Borchers have learned (sometimes the hard way).
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Jason Gluck, Director of the Mechanical Circulatory Support (mechanical heart/lung) Program at Hartford Healthcare Hospital. This episode is a peek into the mind of one of the top healthcare leaders in New England. We all have a personal story that drives us From a young freshman wanting…
All too often, creativity is assumed to be synonymous with the creation of new ideas. But anybody can have an idea. What really matters is the capacity to destroy in order to bring your ideas to life.
Three ESCP students are on a tour of Europe to uncover sustainable agricultural practices to feed a growing population. First stop, Denmark’s Nordic Harvest.
A tool by itself is useless. It takes a person to make the most out of it. Artificial intelligence as it stands today is nothing more than a tool.
Prof. Frédéric Jallat analyses President Joe Biden’s support to wave off intellectual property rights on Covid-19 vaccines, and what it says about world geopolitics.