Prof. Argyro Avgoustaki discusses an article that blames the ‘Great Resignation’ on overwork, which has increased during the Covid-19 era.
We are culturally programmed, in a certain way, to think that freedom of choice will bring us love, prosperity and satisfaction. But is this always the case? Sophie Guignard explains why too many choices makes it hard to choose.
When it comes to business, ‘love’ might not be the first four-letter word that leaps to mind – but for Naji Gehchan, it’s the crucial ingredient in guaranteeing exceptional results.
When we study the greatest leaders, they all tend to share a rare and exciting skill: high emotional intelligence. How can an individual inspire others? With emotional intelligence!
“I’ve put too much of myself into this mountain to quit now . . .” Author and ESCP alumna Sophie Guignard takes a closer look at why we sometimes make “bad choices” with the example of the fatal 1996 climb of Mount Everest.
Drawing from female entrepreneurship in rural Kenya – fostering frugal innovation within tribal constraints
Alisa Sydow and Funké Michaels outline how one can learn from Maasai tribeswomen’s example to manage and grow businesses despite challenges.
To make decisions in such an unpredictable context, and indeed survive and thrive, companies need an exploratory mindset. For that, they must set aside standard risk management and develop tools and methods borrowed from the field of entrepreneurship, where uncertainty is the norm.
Prof. Olivier Delbard explores the key features of this pioneer in the field of corporate sustainability, with a focus on how the company created sustainable value for its stakeholders while radically rethinking and redesigning its business model.