FTSE 100 CEO of Intertek and ESCP alumnus André Lacroix on why the corporate world must reinvent leadership to put people on a par with profits.
Frédéric Fréry reflects upon the paradox at work in the essential combination of exploration and exploitation highlighted by James March.
In a time of skills shortages, employers need to retain their staff. One concept in particular is becoming increasingly important: meaningfulness. Kerstin Alfes gives some tips on how employers can reinforce this feeling.
The World Cup and ‘Qatargate’ are the latest demonstrations of the fact that corruption is still an imposing challenge. Maral Muratbekova-Touron and her co-authors explain how companies can fight it more effectively.
In today’s diverse employment market, with its focus on digital platforms, global social networks and remote working, cultural intelligence has never been more important.
On Human Rights Day, Ken Chan explains why the 2022 World Cup in Qatar is an opportunity for companies to help advance LGBT+ rights globally.
We talked to ESCP Profs Régis Coeurderoy and Stefan Schmid to understand how business leaders can navigate this increasingly uncertain geopolitical climate.
LGBT+ Programme Director Stephan Schmuck speaks about the unique challenges and importance of visibility that come with being an LGBT+ leader in the workplace.
Jean-Jacques Bienaimé, CEO of BioMarin Pharmaceutical Inc., discusses staying level-headed and adaptable in the pharmaceutical industry.
Entrepreneur, CEO of AXIAN Group, and ESCP alumnus, Hassanein Hiridjee shares tips about responsible leadership in his multinational business.